Pedestrians view trees blown over during a Santa Ana wind storm on Dec. 1 in Pasadena, Calif. High winds flipped over trees and trucks and knocked out power to more than 300,000 California customers. John Antczak/AP
A van parked in the Highland Park section of Los Angeles and another car are shown damaged by trees early Dec. 1 as high Santa Ana winds tore through the southland. Mike Meadows/AP
Keith Curo, of Pasadena, stops to look over the damage caused by a fallen tree at a Shell gas station on the corner of North San Gabriel Avenue and East Colorado Boulevard, Dec. 1, in Pasadena, Calif. Bret Hartman/AP
A downed traffic signal rests on the ground at the corner of Orange Grove Blvd and Allen Avenue after high winds ripped through the area on Dec. 1, in Pasadena, Calif. Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times/AP
Workers cut apart a tree that damaged a gasoline station during a high wind storm in Pasadena, Calif. on Dec 1. Gene Blevins/Reuters
A portion of a broken tree is pictured following a wind storm in Pasadena, Calif., Dec. 1. Mario Anzuoni/Reuters
Los Angeles City firefighters look over a eucalyptus tree that fell on a house and knocked down power lines, Nov. 30, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Mark J. Terrill/AP
A residential mailbox stands in front of the remains of a home remodeling project in Vacaville, Calif., Dec. 1. The framework and roof being supported by screw jacks to remove the foundation toppled into the side of a hair salon as high winds swept through the region. Rick Roach/The Vacaville Reporter/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.