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Obama: Despite human rights troubles, we must work with Saudi ...

While President Obama has spoken out repeatedly for greater human rights protections in countries all around the world, on Tuesday he found himself defending the close U.S. relationship with a nation that doesn't even allow women to drive. As he ... Washington Times, 2 hours ago

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Obama says US must catch up to ensure drones are safe

The United States has fallen behind technological advancements that have made small drones readily available and must update its laws to ensure safety, President Barack Obama said Tuesday, in his first public comments about a drone that crashed on ...
 Miami Herald3 hours ago Obama says US must create laws, rules to ensure drones are safe and don't violate privacy  Yahoo! Canada3 hours ago US must catch up to ensure drones are safe: Barack Obama  Zee News1 hour ago President Barack Obama says US must catch up to ensure drones are safe  Economic Times2 hours ago

Logicalis US to Healthcare CIOs: Technology Must Enhance, Not Hinder Patient Care

NEW YORK , Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --As hospital clinicians go about their day, they use a wide variety of IT devices in patient care. Their interaction with technology affects their workflow, and workflow affects both patient outcomes and ...
 Wall Street Business Network2 hours ago
Daily Times

Obama's terror strategy is failing: US must heed lessons of 9/11

It is increasingly apparent that the U.S. war against Islamic extremism has been put on hold by President Obama and his national security team. President Obama failed to even mention Al Qaeda during his State of the Union address. In early ...
 FOXNews.com3 hours ago Pak must bring 2611 perpetrators to justice Modi  Hindustan Times1 day ago Pakistan must dismantle terrorist safe havens: US  Daily Times3 days ago Pakistan must punish 26/11 perpetrators, India true partner: Barack Obama  Zee News4 days ago
Miami Herald

Cristiano Ronaldo's aggression must be punished, Neymar

Madrid: Barcelona striker Neymar says players are often provoked, but must expect punishment if they retaliate as Cristiano Ronaldo did during Real Madrid's 2-1 win at Cordoba. Ronaldo was sent off on a straight red card for punching and kicking ...
 ZeeNews.com11 hours ago Neymar says Ronaldo's aggression at Cordoba must be punished  Miami Herald22 hours ago Ronaldo must be punishes says Neymar  Daily News South Africa7 hours ago Cristiano Ronaldo 'must be punished' says Neymar after Ballon d'Or holder is sent off for kick and punch  Irish Independent5 hours ago
Nikkei Asian Review

US, India must build on summit success to forge closer ties

President Barack Obama's successful summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi reminds us that India, no less than China, will help determine the future of Asia and the world -- and that India and America are destined to be allies in ...
 Nikkei Asian Review5 hours ago US must understand development concerns of India, says CII  First Post.com3 days ago IndiaUS bonding Its not about give and take  Hindustan Times5 days ago Why India, China must ensure social security for farmers  Rediff.com6 days ago

India must engage with both US and China: Uday Bhaskar

Security and strategic affairs expert Commodore (retd) Uday Bhaskar on Tuesday opined that while the progress in the relationship between New Delhi and Washington is a welcome development, India must engage with both China and the US."The positive ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago
International Business Times India

Pakistan Must Tackle Homegrown Terror: Obama

With his India visit round the corner, US President Barack Obama described the nation as a "true global" partner and sent a strong message to its neighbour Pakistan to root out terrorism from its soil. US President Barack Obama. Reuters ...
 International Business Times India9 hours ago India, US must set realistic targets in business ties  Hindustan Times4 days ago Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani daily  Business Standard2 days ago Obama's visit to benefit India: UP CM Akhilesh Yadav  DNA2 hours ago

Live: Obama says India must have a permanent place in UN security council

US President Barack Obama will conclude his 3-day visit to India with a Town Hall address at New Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium where he will highlight India-US ties. The post Live: Obama says India must have a permanent place in UN security council appeared ...
 First Post.com11 hours ago Read: Prez Obama's address to the people of India at Siri Fort  Rediff.com1 hour ago After Obama's 'DDLJ' Dialogue, Shah Rukh Wishes to Dance to 'Chaiyya Chaiyya' with US President  International Business Times India3 hours ago In final speech to India, Obama emphasises religious tolerance  Rediff.com8 hours ago

India-US CEO meet: Modi-Obama chemistry is fine, but PM must deliver on ground

In short, the feedback Modi personally got was things hadn't changed much at the bureaucratic level over the last eight months. One CEO even spoke about the arrogance or apathy shown by some Central ministers. The post India-US CEO meet: Modi-Obama chemistry ...
 First Post.com9 hours ago
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