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Modi, Obama bond over humble beginnings on radio show

STEP: (From left) Michelle Obama, president Pranab Mukherjee, Barack Obama and Narendra Modi with other guests and officials at a reception for the visiting leader
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and US president Barack Obama bonded over their humble beginnings on a radio show aired on Tuesday (January 27), just after the American leader ended his New Delhi visit. Obama co-hosted Modi's monthly radio show as part of his packed three-day trip and took questions from Indian listeners in a more informal setting after...




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Labour MP criticised for "ill informed" comments about India

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