Wednesday, November 10, 2010

US President & his wife leaves India for Indonesia as flashed on the f.b. on Nov. 9,2010.

Bishwa Nath Singh:
US President Barack Obama's trip to Asia started on Saturday, the 6th of November 2010 with a three-day visit to India and after conclusion of his visit to India, he left New Delhi in the morning of Tuesday the 9th of November 2010 for Indonesia, where he had spent part of his childhood to carry out his official visit ...there along with his spouse Michelle Obama. Considering overall view of his visit to India that could be very safely evaluated as the most successful one where he & his wife have won hearts of Indian People by their charismatic behavior, pleasing manners and friendly nature.

(A Photo of US President & his wife boarding their Aircraft for going to Indonesia after saying good-bye to India)

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Bishwa Nath Singh :
US President Barack Obama's trip to Asia started on Saturday, the 6th of November 2010 with a three-day visit to India.His stay in India -- the third largest economy and one of the world's few growth markets -- included a meeting with Prime Minister Dr. Man Mohan Singh in New Delhi and an address to the nation's parliament.In another major sign of growing ties between India and the United States, Barack Obama on Monday,the 8th of November 2010 backed a permanent seat for India in the U.N. Security Council. He had said to India's parliament."In the years ahead, I look forward to a reformed U.N. Security Council that includes India as a permanent member," The statement came as US President Barack Obama made a wide-ranging address that envisioned closer economic and security ties between the United States and India, standing "shoulder to shoulder" with the world's largest democracy. Barack Obama had praised India's democratic institutions: its free electoral system, independent judiciary, the rule of law, and a free press. He said India and the United States have a unique link because they are democracies and free-market economies."When Indians vote, the whole world watches. Thousands of political parties. Hundreds of thousands of polling centers. Millions of candidates and poll workers, and seven hundred million voters. There's nothing like it on the planet. There is so much that countries transitioning to democracy could learn from India's experience; so much expertise that India can share with the world. That, too, is what's possible when the world's largest democracy embraces its role as a global leader.Lauding India’s rise as a world power, US President Barack Obama had said he sees the United States cooperating with India in various international and regional alliances. He praised India's role in the climate change negotiations and its role as a top contributor in U.N. peacekeeping missions. Barack Obama's visit to India included a town hall-style meeting with students, a celebration of the Hindu holiday Diwali in Mumbai and a visit to Humayun's Tomb, an architectural precursor to the Taj Mahal in Delhi and visit to Raj Ghat at New Delhi to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi on his memorial. The first day, when he landed at Mumbai,he had paid visit to Gandhi’s memorial at Mani Bhawan where he was moved to see the simplicity that Gandhi Ji had adopted in his life.. He had also tried to interact with few of our farmers through satellite to get acquainted with their constraints. U.S. President Barack Obama left New Delhi ,capital of India in the morning of Tuesday the 9th of NOVEMBER 2010for Indonesia, where he HAD spent part of his childhood. During a two-day visit, Obama is scheduled to meet with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and to hold a news conference with him; to attend an official dinner; and to visit the Istiqlal Mosque, the largest mosque there. On the 10th of November 2010, he will leave for South Korea, where he will attend the G-20 summit in Seoul. Nevertheless to mention that Barack Obama, US President & his spouse Michelle Obama,the first lady of US have left a deep impression of their simplicity ,wisdom and friendliness on our mind that we will cherish their visit for long.

Anil Budhiraja :
I think he has his priorities right..he knows what he is doing and in turn US is reaching out with a hope to make a better world for all of us!!!
November 9,2010

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