23 Jan 2015
Agra: The Taj Mahal and its surrounding areas are being spruced up ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit to Agra. Besides, the fresh spell of rainfall has also helped 'cleaning' the Taj Mahal as it washed away all the dust, giving the monument a fresh look.
22 Jan 2015
Washington: Reflecting the economic focus of President Barack Obama's sojourn from Raj Ghat to Taj Mahal during his three-day visit to India as guest of honour, top commerce officials, members of Congress and top American business leaders will accompany him.
20 Jan 2015
New Delhi: President Barack Obama's schedule is likely to undergo a change and he may now depart from Agra instead of Delhi as authorities have examined the feasibility of his Air Force One aircraft landing in the city of Taj Mahal.
21 Jan 2015
Agra: About 100 American security personnel along with their 4000 Indian counterparts will ensure a protective cover to President Barack Obama and his family when they visit the world famous Taj Mahal here on January 27.
17 Jan 2015
Lucknow: A high alert has been sounded in Agra ahead of US President Barack Obama visit on January 27, officials said on Saturday.
24 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Around 80 people, including Arjuna Awardee Deepa Malik, will participate in the 2015 Agra Taj Car Rally to be flagged off from Lion Safari, Etawah on January 31.
19 Jan 2015
New Delhi: On January 27, the Yamuna Expressway which connects Delhi with Agra, may be closed for normal traffic for a few hours as a back up route for US President Barack Obama who will be visiting Taj Mahal.
24 Jan 2015
Washington: US President Barack Obama on Saturday embarked on his highly anticipated three-day landmark trip to India during which the two countries will strive to make progress on climate change, defence and economic cooperation.
13 Jan 2015
Lucknow: India's white marvel, the Taj Mahal, acquiring yellowish hues has prompted authorities in Agra to ban burning of cow dung cakes for cooking near the 17th century monument.
17 Jan 2015
New Delhi/Agra: Delhi Police on Friday asked their counterparts in northern states to keep a watch on open areas for flying of para gliders and micro-light aircraft and share any terror-related information as security arrangements for US President Barack Obama's upcoming visit are being put in top gear.