Obama's visit to India boosts bilateral ties.

Monday, 26 January 2015 - 11:13

American President Barack Obama landed in India on Sunday for a short three-day bilateral state visit that has officials claiming a new epoch in U.S.-India inter-state relations is beginning.

Obama hopes to value on his young friendship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to achieve diplomatic progress on climate, defense and trade that has forgotten by the U.S. leaders in the past. In a surprise break in protocol, Modi greeted Obama on the airstrip in New Delhi Sunday -- and wrapped the president in a hug.

American President Barak Obama’s arrival have made progress especially on civil-nuclear trade. Today morning addressing a joint news conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, President Obama stated that the both  the countries had agreed to extend more cooperation in other areas as well, including defense and climate change. (CNN)

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