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Barack Obama's visit to India 2010

About Barack Obama's visit to India 2010

US President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit India in a state trip in November 2010. Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh has invited the US President to visit India. Announcing the scheduled visit, Barack Obama said "We value our partnership...because of what we share and where we can go together," and added that the two countries shared a vision of the future built on "security and prosperity."

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