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<strong>PM</strong> Modi came up with idea of inviting Obama as Republic Day Chief Guest: Sources

PM Modi came up with idea of inviting Obama as Republic Day Chief Guest: Sources

21 Jan 2015

Washington: Known for his out-of-the-box thinking on foreign policy issues, it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who came up with the idea of inviting US President Barack Obama as the Chief Guest for the Republic Day Parade on January 26.

Obama,   Narendra Modi,   Republic Day Parade,   US President,   Obama to visit India ,  
British leaders greet India on 66th Republic Day

British leaders greet India on 66th Republic Day

25 Jan 2015

London: British leaders cutting across party lines on Sunday greeted India on its 66th Republic Day with Prime Minister David Cameron describing the day as an important milestone which reflects the enduring and special relationship between the two nations.

British leaders,   India,   66th Republic Day,   Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   PM Modi,   Mahatma Gandhi ,  
Islamic State threatens to kill two Japanese captives, demands USD 200 million ransom

Islamic State threatens to kill two Japanese captives, demands USD 200 million ransom

20 Jan 2015

JERUSALEM: The militant group Islamic State released an online video on Tuesday purporting to show two Japanese captives and threatening to kill them unless it received $200 million in ransom.

Islamic State,   ISIS,   Japanese captives,   Islamic State beheading,   Japan PM,   US coalition partners ,  
My campaign is <strong>still</strong> fizzing, <strong>says</strong> confident Champagne

My campaign is still fizzing, says confident Champagne

13 Jan 2015

London: Frenchman Jerome Champagne says there are no cracks in his FIFA presidential campaign with just over two weeks to go before he has to declare he has the backing of five national associations to allow his nomination to go ahead.

Jerome Champagne,   FIFA presidential election,   Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein,  
'Extra precaution' being taken at borders ahead of Obama's visit, <strong>says</strong> Parrikar

'Extra precaution' being taken at borders ahead of Obama's visit, says Parrikar

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said "extra precaution" is being taken at the borders ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit not just as a security measure for him but also to prevent incidents which might be undertaken to divert attention.

Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   India borders,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Obama security,  
No terror attack during Obama's India trip: <strong>US</strong> warns Pakistan

No terror attack during Obama's India trip: US warns Pakistan

19 Jan 2015

Washington: Ahead of President Barack Obama's India visit, US has asked Pakistan to ensure that there is no cross-border terror incident during the trip and subtly warned of "consequences" if any such attack is traced back to the country.

Obama India visit,   terror attack,   US warns Pakistan,   PM Narendra Modi,   US President Barack Obama,  
I am <strong>still</strong> trying to impress my wife, <strong>says</strong> Dhanush

I am still trying to impress my wife, says Dhanush

15 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Actor Dhanush, who is married to superstar Rajinikanth's daughter Aishwarya, says he is still trying to impress his wife. Asked how he managed to impress the superstar and his daughter, Dhanush said, "To impress Rajinikanth, you just have to be honest and simple, and I am still trying to impress Aishwarya."

Rajinikanth,   Rajnikanth daughter Aishwarya,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Shamitabh ,  
British <strong>PM</strong> arrives in <strong>US</strong> to discuss IS, counter-terrorism

British PM arrives in US to discuss IS, counter-terrorism

16 Jan 2015

Washington: British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived here to hold talks with US President Barack Obama on a wide range of issues, including counter- terrorism, joint campaign against IS militants and cybersecurity.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   counter-terrorism,   IS,   US President Barack Obama,  
India, <strong>US</strong> agree to set up hotline between top leaders

India, US agree to set up hotline between top leaders

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In a first, India and the US on Sunday agreed to set up a hotline between their top leaders -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama.

Obama in India,   Hotline,   India,   US,   Barack Obama,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   US President,  
Not everyone in Pakistan a terrorist: Rajnath Singh

Not everyone in Pakistan a terrorist: Rajnath Singh

24 Jan 2015

Haridwar: Voices against terrorism do rise from time to time in Pakistan but successive governments in that country have failed to curb the scourge, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday.

Rajnath Singh,   Pakistan,   terrorist,   PM Modi,   Obama India visit,  

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