Showing posts from January 18, 2009

Ice Breaks On The Potomac

Martin Luther King Jr's dream comes true as a black man becomes America's great white hope.

Osama hiding in Afghan-Pak border region: Holbrooke

US President Obama's special envoy on Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke said the planners of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States are hiding in Pakistan.

Amar Singh cited as Hillary gets Senate nod

A US senator, raising concerns about whether foreign donations to former President Bill Clinton’s foundation would influence Hillary Rodham Clinton’s decisions as Secretary of State, cited as an example financial contributions made by an Indian politician to the foundation at the time the US-India civilian nuclear deal was being discussed in Congress.

Obama’s second take flawless

US Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. administered the oath of office a second time - and this time flawlessly - to President Barack Obama in the White House on Wednesday evening.

Indian American is policy adviser

President Barack Obama has appointed an Indian American to a key post in the office of management and budget (OMB).

Barack Obama becomes first black American to occupy White House

Sworn in as the 44th President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama today became the first black American to occupy the White House, fulfilling Martin Luther King's dream sooner than anyone had imagined.

Celebrations kick off as Obama readies for inauguration

Thousands of people from all over the United States filled in the spaces between the marble and granite memorials on the National Mall on a frigid Sunday for a party to kick off Barack Obama’s inauguration celebrations.

'Delinking ISI From Terror Groups Is A Work In Progress'

'The most effective way, in our mind, is to work with the Pakistanis to eliminate these groups from their soil'
As India threatens to roll back its diplomatic ties with Pakistan, US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Richard Boucher spoke to Ashish Kumar Sen in Washington.