Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Barack Obama entertains India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Looking glamorous in a stylish strapless gown by Indian-American designer Naeem Khan, Michelle Obama welcomed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Mrs. Gursharan Kaur to the White House Tuesday night and ushered in the Obama administration's first official state dinner.
With Mr Obama and India's Manmohan Singh touting advances in support on trade, investment and technology reached during meetings earlier in the day, the Indian businessman Ratan Tata of Tata Motors led numerous captains on Indian industry at the occasion.
During an effusive welcome at the White House for Mr Singh, the president said the state visit was verification of India's "rightful place as a global leader".
"Our generation has an opportunity given to few remakes the new global equilibrium after the irreversible changes" of the crisis, Mr Singh said.
"The India-US partnership can contribute to an arranged transition to the new order and be a main factor for global peace and stability."
Saying Asia was the focal point for major change, Mr Singh said: "India and the United States can work together with other countries in the region to make an open and inclusive regional architecture."


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