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White House highlights Obama's India trip with pictures and fun video

White House highlights Obama's India trip with pictures and fun video

29 Jan 2015

Washington: The White House posted the highlights of President Barack Obama's visit to India with several pictures and a light hearted video report anchored by Indian-American Hollywood star Kal Penn.

White House,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Republic Day,   Narendra Modi,  
<strong>US</strong> does not consider Afghan Taliban as a 'terrorist' outfit

US does not consider Afghan Taliban as a 'terrorist' outfit

29 Jan 2015

Washington: US does not consider the Afghan Taliban as a terrorist outfit, describing it as "an armed insurgency". It called the Islamic State as a "terrorist" group, drawing a controversial distinction between the two outfits.

ISIL,   Afghan Taliban,   US,   Islamic State of Iraq and Levant,   al Qaeda,   terrorists groups,  
DTTI initiative with India to further <strong>US</strong> strategic goals, says Pentagon official

DTTI initiative with India to further US strategic goals, says Pentagon official

29 Jan 2015

Washington: Facing a resource crunch, the initiative to co-develop and co-produce hi-tech military hardware with India at a considerable low cost would further America's strategic interest, a top Pentagon official has said.

DITI,   Defence initiative between India US,   India US defence relation,   strategic goals,   Defence framework agreement ,  
Anna Hazare <strong>attacks</strong> Modi government on black money repatriation

Anna Hazare attacks Modi government on black money repatriation

28 Jan 2015

Ralegan Siddhi (Maha): Anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare on Wednesday attacked the Narendra Modi government for its 'failure' to bring back black money stashed in tax havens abroad and said people will teach it a lesson for the "fraud" perpetrated on them.

Anna Hazare,   Modi government,   Black money,   Ralegan Siddhi,   Corruption,   Lokpal,  
Oil prices rise, gains capped on supply glut concerns

Oil prices rise, gains capped on supply glut concerns

29 Jan 2015

Singapore: Oil prices edged higher on Thursday but gains were capped amid fresh worries about the global supply glut as US crude reserves soared to a record high, analysts said.

oil prices,   oil global growth,   India oil trade,   US crude reserves,  
<strong>US</strong> helped India probe Mumbai terror <strong>attacks</strong>, says ex-envoy

US helped India probe Mumbai terror attacks, says ex-envoy

24 Jan 2015

London: A former US ambassador to India has said that after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks Washington had facilitated intelligence sharing between the two countries on counter-terrorism issues and helped India in investigation and identification of the persons involved in the assault.

US ambassador to India,   2008 Mumbai attack,   Mumbai terror attacks,   26 11 attack,   Intelligence sharing,   Counter terrorism,  
<strong>US</strong> man runs seven marathons in seven days

US man runs seven marathons in seven days

28 Jan 2015

San Francisco: Thirty-one-year-old Tim Durbin completed seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. The San Francisco resident was the only American who competed in the World Marathon Challenge that started last Saturday and ended in Sydney on Friday, after which he tweeted: ‘And Done’.

Tim Durbin,   seven marathons,   San Francisco,   26 mile marathons,   World Marathon Challenge,  
<strong>US</strong> President Barack Obama arrives in India on a three-day visit

US President Barack Obama arrives in India on a three-day visit

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: US President Barack Obama on Sunday arrived here on a three-day visit during which both sides will seek to break the deadlock in operationalising the civil nuclear pact, firm up a defence cooperation agreement besides broadening ties in areas like trade and investment

Barack Obama in India,   US President Barack Obama,   Michelle Obama,   Republic Day parade,   Republic Day Chief Guest,   Prime Minister of India,   Narendra Modi,   Air Force One ,  
Obama's personal chemistry with PM Modi opened a new chapter in bilateral relations: <strong>US</strong> media

Obama's personal chemistry with PM Modi opened a new chapter in bilateral relations: US media

28 Jan 2015

Washington: Taking a positive view of US President Barack Obama's India visit, the US media has suggested that his personal chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened a new chapter in India-US relations.

Obama India visit,   India US relations,   India US bilateral relations,   US President Barack Obama,   PM Narendra Modi,   US media,  
Pakistan <strong>Air</strong> Force shows off JF-17 fighter jets

Pakistan Air Force shows off JF-17 fighter jets

27 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan's Air Force (PAF) on Monday formally inducted indigenously-built JF-17 Thunder fighter jets into its combat school.

Pakistan Air Force,   JF-17 fighter jets,   Pak thunder fighter,   Combat Commanders School Pakistan,  

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