President Obama Bids Adieu to India, Here are the Highlights

Published: 21st January 2015 01:23 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd February 2015 08:22 AM   |  A+A-

Obama India Visit

President Obama and the First Lady graced the 66th Republic Day celebrations as guests of honour following a special invite from Modi, here's a roundup of Obama's India visit and key issues discussed.


Latest Updates:

US President's 3-Day Schedule:

January 25: All-inclusive talks about bilateral ties

January 26: Republic Day Parade + Obama and Modi, will take part in Indo-US CEO roundtable

January 27: Obama Delivers Speech at Siri Fort Auditorium

Security Issues:

Pillion-riding Prohibited During Republic Day 

Obama to have 8-tier Security Ring

Intelligence Suggests Terrorists Attack of Obama Visit

BSF Boosts Security Along IB Ahead of Obama Visit

'No Link Between Terrorist Infiltration Bid and Obama's Visit'

Obama Visit: Unified Command Reviews Border Security in J-K

Maoist Group Calls for Boycott of Obama Visit, Nationwide Bandh

US not satisfied with security:

US Wants Only Its Snipers on Building Rooftops,India Says 'No'

Will Ensure that Obama's Stay is Comfortable: MEA

Surprise Gift:

Saree, Shawl of Matchbox Size as Gift for Obamas

TNIE Editorial:

Convey India's Strategic Concerns to Obama

Heed President's Advice on Parliament's Role

India, US Rewarded by Patience, Perseverance 


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