Oakland Athletics pitcher Dallas Braden celebrates after throwing a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays on May 9 in Oakland, Calif. Braden pitched the 19th perfect game in major league history in a 4-0 victory over the Rays on Sunday. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
Braden (51) is hugged by teammate Brandon Powell after throwing a perfect game on May 9. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
Peggy Lindsey, Dallas Braden's grandmother, gives him a hug after the Oakland Athletics pitcher threw a perfect game on Mother's Day in Oakland, Calif. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
Dallas Braden pitches in the third inning of the Oakland Athletics baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays on May 9. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
The scoreboard in Oakland, Calif., shows the final outcome of the Athletics game against the Tampa Bay Rays where Oakland's pitcher Dallas Braden threw a perfect game. Dino Vournas/AP
Dallas Braden celebrates with teammates after his perfect game on May 9. Carlos Avila Gonzalez/San Francisco Chronicle/AP
Dallas Braden is congratulated by teammate Landon Powell after throwing a perfect game on May 9. Dino Vournas/AP
Following his perfect game, Dallas Braden speaks to the media on May 9. Dino Vournas/AP
Dallas Braden is seen here pitching during the third inning of the Oakland Athletics' baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays on May 9. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
Dallas Braden celebrates throwing a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, May 9, in Oakland, Calif. Carlos Avila Gonzalez/AP
Obama will be the first US presidential guest of honor at India's grand parade on Republic Day, Monday. While Obama has called the US-India relationship pivotal in the 21st century, divides on trade, energy, geopolitics are deeper than advertised.
BySyed Nazakat, Correspondent
When President Barack Obama visited New Delhi in 2010, he described the US-India relationship as the “defining partnership” of the 21st century. But moving past a traditionally lukewarm relationship has been difficult.