OBAMA IN INDIA

  • Obama brings to an end India's non-aligned policy: US Media 11 hours 28 minutes ago

    Washington: The mainstream US media has described the India visit of US President Barack Obama as a successful foreign policy initiative, with a leading daily saying his "personal chemistry" with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is helping steer Indo-US relations. As Obama wrapped up his three-day trip to India, the media said...
  • Cartoon of the day: 'Mann Ki Baat' with Modi, Obama Yesterday

    US President Barack Obama on Tuesday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strong personal commitment to improve ties between the two countries and said if the US and India join together around shared values then world will be more prosperous, peaceful and secure. ...
  • Cartoon of the day: Barack Obama's 3-day visit to India Yesterday

    Cartoonist Neelabh takes on the US President Barack Obama's 3-day visit to India. ...
  • Happy that Barack Obama took my name, says Milkha Singh Yesterday

    In an interview to CNN-IBN, legendary sprinter Milkha Singh said, "I'm happy that Barack Obama took my name along with Mary Kom and Shah Rukh Khan. My story is similar to Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi." Addressing a Town hall event at the Siri Fort auditorium on the third...
  • Watch: Mary Kom thanks Barack Obama for acknowledging her Yesterday

    Pleasantly surprised after Barack Obama took her name while talking about Indian achievers, celebrated Indian woman boxer MC Mary Kom said on Tuesday that it felt proud to be acknowledged by the US President. "It's a proud moment for me, I thank him for acknowledging me," she said. ...
  • India @ 9 with Zakka Jacob Yesterday

    Catch the day's top stories with Zakka Jacob on India @ 9. ...
  • We must end violence against children: Satyarthi to Obama Yesterday

    Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Sathyarthi who met US President Barack Obama at the Town Hall on Monday said, "I told Obama that we must work together to ensure there is no violence against children so that they can enjoy their childhood." ...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories Yesterday

    Bullet News is CNN-IBN's non-stop prime time bulletin where we bring to you the day's top stories from around the world. Be it politics, sports, entertainment or business, catch it here, only in 30 minutes. ...
  • Watch: 'Namaste' to 'Senorita... Bade Bade Deshon Mein...', Barack Obama uses Hindi to woo Indians Yesterday

    US President Barack Obama, who addressed a town hall-style meeting in Delhi on the last day of his tour to India, went the Bollywood way to connect with the university students and activists. In the first two minutes of his speech, Obama quoted popular dialogue from 'DDLJ'. "Senorita... bade bade...
  • News 360: Guard against religious strife, says Barack Obama Yesterday

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday wound up his three-day trip with a strong pitch for religious tolerance, cautioning that India will succeed so long as it was not "splintered along the lines of religious faith". ...
  • 'Mann Ki Baat': Full text of PM Modi and US President Barack Obama's address Yesterday

    English Rendering of Transcript of the special episode of 'Mann Ki Baat': PM Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama share their thoughts on Radio (PM Narendra Modi): Today, Barack Obama, President of the United States, joins us in a special programme of Mann Ki Baat. For the last few months,...
  • TWTW: Cyrus Broacha in conversation with 'Barack Obama' Yesterday

    In an 'exclusive' interview to CNN-IBN's Cyrus Broacha, US President Barack Obama talks about his lifestyle and relationship between India and US. ...
  • IAF's Pooja Thakur 'feels good' to be appreciated by Obama Yesterday

    New Delhi: Surprised at receiving a compliment from Barack Obama on Tuesday, Wing Commander Pooja Thakur, who led the Inter-Service Guard of Honour inspected by the US President at Rashtrapati Bhavan, said "it feels good". Addressing a Town Hall function here this morning, Obama said the sight of "incredible" Indian women...
  • 'Mann Ki Baat': World will be more secure if US, India join around shared values, says Barack Obama Yesterday

    New Delhi: US President Barack Obama on Tuesday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strong personal commitment to improve ties between the two countries and said if the US and India join together around shared values then world will be more prosperous, peaceful and secure. Speaking at the special radio programme 'Mann...
  • Satyarthi meets Obama, seeks friendship to end child slavery Yesterday

    New Delhi: Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi on Tuesday met US President Barack Obama and urged him to "forge a friendship" to help liberate children from slavery and bonded labour. Obama, himself a 2009 peace prize winner, met Satyarthi for a few minutes on the sidelines of a town hall...
  • 'Mann Ki Baat' Live: India, US are natural partners because we have so much in common, says Modi Yesterday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio address is 'special' one as he is accompanied by US President Barack Obama. Modi had himself tweeted, "This month's 'Mann Ki Baat' episode will be a special one, where our Republic Day guest @BarackObama & I will share our thoughts together. I am eagerly looking...
  • Every girl's life matters; should be treated with dignity: Barack Obama Yesterday

    New Delhi: "Every girl's life matters", US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday as he emphasised on providing safety, respect and dignity to women in the country. "As a husband and fathers and brothers, we have to step up because every girl's life matters every daughter...
  • Barack Obama could not see Taj Mahal; remembers Humayun's Tomb visit Yesterday

    New Delhi: It was a pleasant surprise for US President Barack Obama when he spotted 16-year-old Vishal in the Town Hall gathering on Tuesday whom he had met four years ago working along with some construction workers during his visit to the Humayun's Tomb. "Just want to tell you a...
  • Barack Obama cautions against religious divide Yesterday

    New Delhi: President Barack Obama on Tuesday wound up his three-day trip with a strong pitch for religious tolerance, cautioning that India will succeed so long as it was not "splintered along the lines of religious faith". Delivering a powerful message against religious extremism shortly...
  • Obama hails India says 'Jai Hind' to end townhall speech Yesterday

    US President Barack Obama on Tuesday addressed a gathering at Siri Fort townhall event. To end his speech, the US president used Hindi word 'Jai Hind' which means 'Hail India'. ...
  • Nations are more successful when their women are successful: Obama Yesterday

    US President Barack Obama on Tuesday emphasised on the women empowerment during his townhall address. Nations are more successful when their women are successful, said Obama ...
  • Obama quotes Mahatma Gandhi, Vivekanad at townhall speech Yesterday

    Complimenting the role of Indians in the world, Obama invoked Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi in his speech. "India represents an intersection of two people who inspire me - Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi. Those two great souls are why we can gather here today. Indians & Americans...
  • 'Bahut Dhanyavad' greets Obama to town hall audience Yesterday

    In an effort to strike a chord with the common man in India, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered a well thought of speech at a townhall to focus on the Indo-US ties. Giving an Indian touch, Obama began his speech in Hindi with 'Namaste' and 'Dhanyawaad'....
  • Obama's three-day India visit ends, US President flies to Saudi Arabia Yesterday

    New Delhi: United States President Barack Obama on Tuesday afternoon left for Saudi Arabia from Palam Air Force Base in New Delhi after his India visit which lasted for a little over two days. Obama was invited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the chief guest at India's 66th Republic...
  • India will succeed as long it is not splintered on religious lines: Obama Yesterday

    New Delhi: Making a strong pitch for religious tolerance, US President Barack Obama today said every person has the right to practice his faith without any persecution and that India will succeed so long it is not "splintered" on religious lines. Addressing a Townhall event at the Siri Fort auditorium...
  • With 'Namaste', 'Bahut Dhanyawaad', Barack Obama strikes a chord with young India Yesterday

    New Delhi: In an effort to strike a chord with the common man in India, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered a well thought of speech at a townhall to focus on the Indo-US ties. Giving an Indian touch, Obama began his speech in Hindi with 'Namaste' and 'Dhanyawaad'....
  • Lagaan's song 'O Mitwa' played at Siri Fort after Obama's townhall address at Siri Fort Yesterday

    US President Barack Obama's Siri Fort address ends with an Indian touch. 'O Mitwa, Sun mitwa' from movie 'Lagaan' played at the auditorium. ...
  • Barack Obama's important quotes at Town Hall Yesterday

    New Delhi: US President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning addressed a gathering at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi. Here are important quotes from his 30-minute long speech. "Namaste" "Buhat Danyaaavaad" "Vivekanand started his speech then saying sisters and brothers of India, I want to do that today." "Michelle and I don't...
  • Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi attends Obama's townhall address Yesterday

    Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi is among the people attending US President Barack Obama's townhall address at Siri Fort auditorium in the national capital. He said, "I met Barack Obama earlier when he was a senator. When one Nobel Laureate meets another, peace will be discussed." ...
  • Highlights of Obama's townhall address at Siri Fort Yesterday

    Obama is expected to speak on increasing cooperation between US and India. In his address, he is likely to focus on ways to turn the energy of both nations into positive progress on the issues that matter. ...