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November 6: Obama in Mumbai

  • November 6: Obama in Mumbai

    November 6: Obama in Mumbai

  • <p><b>US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama step off Air Force One in Mumbai November 6, 2010.</b>
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Obama flew into India&#39;s commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.
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Obama&#39;s motorcade headed to Gandhi museum at Mani Bhavan And quietly - fewer sirens than in my past experience with presidential convoys. 
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Mumbai streets are surprisingly silent No cheers for Obama was tweeted by Reuters journalists.
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    US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama step off Air Force One in Mumbai November 6, 2010.

    Obama flew into India's commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.

    Obama's motorcade headed to Gandhi museum at Mani Bhavan And quietly - fewer sirens than in my past experience with presidential convoys.

    Mumbai streets are surprisingly silent No cheers for Obama was tweeted by Reuters journalists.

  • <p><b>US first lady Michelle Obama receives flowers as she stands next to US President Barack Obama (2nd L) after arriving on Air Force One in Mumbai November 6, 2010. </b>
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Obama flew into India&#39;s commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.
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    US first lady Michelle Obama receives flowers as she stands next to US President Barack Obama (2nd L) after arriving on Air Force One in Mumbai November 6, 2010.

    Obama flew into India's commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.

  • <p><b>Media crowd round US President Barack Obama&#39;s handwritten note after he sign a book during his visit to the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, site of the 2008 attacks in Mumbai</b>
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He said people across faith were targetted as he paid homage to the 26/11 victims.
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BJP says obama&#39;s first statement on terror has missed an opportunity to strike a chord at thousand million plus attcked on 26/11, he talks abt solidarity and sympathy but no acknowledgement of Pakistan&#39;s involvement as the major perpetrators of the attack.
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    Media crowd round US President Barack Obama's handwritten note after he sign a book during his visit to the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, site of the 2008 attacks in Mumbai

    He said people across faith were targetted as he paid homage to the 26/11 victims.

    BJP says obama's first statement on terror has missed an opportunity to strike a chord at thousand million plus attcked on 26/11, he talks abt solidarity and sympathy but no acknowledgement of Pakistan's involvement as the major perpetrators of the attack.

  • <p><b>US President Barack Obama&#39;s handwritten note is seen after signing a book during his visit to the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, site of the 2008 attacks.</b>
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Obama flew into India&#39;s commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.
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    US President Barack Obama's handwritten note is seen after signing a book during his visit to the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, site of the 2008 attacks.

    Obama flew into India's commercial capital on Saturday aiming to boost ties and seal big-ticket business deals to secure jobs and exports days after voters punished his Democrats in mid-term elections.

  • <p><b>A policeman looks through a pair of binoculars from atop a building near a traffic signal ahead of US President Barack Obama&#39;s visit.</b>
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Obama will visit India on Saturday, bringing along representatives from about 200 companies in what is being called the largest business delegation to leave US shores in history, keen to tap into a lucrative market of 1.2 billion people.
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Mumbai police are busy hustling people including little kids away from the barricades with their whistles.
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    A policeman looks through a pair of binoculars from atop a building near a traffic signal ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit.

    Obama will visit India on Saturday, bringing along representatives from about 200 companies in what is being called the largest business delegation to leave US shores in history, keen to tap into a lucrative market of 1.2 billion people.

    Mumbai police are busy hustling people including little kids away from the barricades with their whistles.

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