President Obama delivered a speech to India’s parliament on the third and final day of his visit to the country on Monday. Doug Mills/The New York Times
Obama Backs India's Quest For U.N. Permanent Seat -- Yahoo News/Reuters
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama endorsed on Monday India's long-held demand for a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council, a reflection of the Asian country's growing global weight and its challenge to rival China.
India says a seat on the council would reflect the importance of the G20 nation as its trillion dollar economy helps spur global growth and its government exerts more and more influence over issues from Doha trade to climate change talks.
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More News On President Obama's Trip To India/Asia
Obama backs India bid for UN Security Council seat -- Yahoo News/AP
Obama backs India on permanent UN Security Council seat -- BBC
Obama Backs India for Seat on Security Council -- New York Times
U.N. Security Council: Obama Supports India -- Time Magazine/AP
Obama backs permanent seat for India on Security Council -- CNN
Barack Obama offers backing to India's bid for UN security council seat -- The Guardian
President Obama outlines larger role for India -- Politico
Obama hails ties with 'world power' India -- Yahoo News/AFP
Obama: US and India can cooperate on nuclear issue -- AP
Obama, Singh Hail Strengthened US-India Relationship -- Voice of America
Obama, Indian Prime Minister to Hold Formal Bilateral Talks -- Voice of America
Speaking in India, Obama says terror safe-havens in Pakistan unacceptable -- L.A. Times
Obama in Mumbai Calls India Market of the Future -- Voice of America
Obama credits Gandhi with helping him to presidency -- AFP
Obama Invokes Gandhi, Whose Ideal Eludes India -- New York Times
The Obamas’ Trip to India -- Wall Street Journal opinion
Pakistan divides U.S. and India -- L.A. Times editorial