President Barack Obama speaks at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta on Nov. 10. President Obama was given an enthusiastic welcome at one of Indonesia's largest universities, where he charmed the audience with local lingo and a message of reform.
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President Barack Obama delivers the keynote speech at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Nov. 10.
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President Barack Obama greets the crowd after speaking at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Nov. 10.
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President Obama (third r.) and first lady Michelle Obama (third l.) take part in an official arrival ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan with India's President Pratibha Patil (second r.) and husband Devisingh Shekhawat in New Delhi, India, today. Also pictured are India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (second l.) and his wife Gursharan Kaur.
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President Obama bows as he arrives to deliver a speech at Parliament House in New Delhi, India.
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President Obama, with a red tie, walks out with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in a blue turban, after their bilateral meetings at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India.
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President Obama (r.) inspects the guard of honor during a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Presidential Palace in New Delhi, India.
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President Obama, left on the podium, delivers a speech at Parliament House.
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President Obama smiles as he talks to the media during a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
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Bhopal gas tragedy victims attend a protest organized by non-governmental organization (NGO) 'Bhopal Group for Information and Action' in New Delhi today. Hundreds of victims demanded that President Obama ensure US chemical firm Union Carbide and its parent company Dow Chemical's accountability for the industrial catastrophe that took place in Bhopal in 1984. More than 3,500 people died in the world's worst industrial disaster after a poisonous gas spewed out of a factory.
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Activists of Communist Party of India (Marxist) try to break through a police cordon at a protest against President Obama. Obama pledged to work more closely with India to combat terrorism around the world, but stopped short of committing the United States to intervene in India's long-standing dispute with Pakistan over the Himalayan region of Kashmir.
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First lady Michelle Obama speaks to students during a visit to the National Handicrafts and Handloom Museum in New Delhi, India.
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First lady Michelle Obama gets a help from Indian Crafts Museum Director Ruchira Ghosh, not seen, in putting on a necklace.
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President Obama meets with Chief of India's ruling Congress Party Sonia Gandhi.
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President Obama (r.) and first lady Michelle Obama (l.) are not wearing shoes as they walk to lay a wreath at Raj Ghat, the Mahatma Gandhi memorial.
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President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama toss flower petals at Raj Ghat, the site of Mahatma Gandhi's cremation.
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President Obama watches as first lady Michelle Obama dances during a celebration of Diwali as they visit Holy Name High School in Mumbai yesterday.
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President Obama hands out gifts to children as he visits Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi, India, on Nov. 7.
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President Obama gestures during a town hall meeting with students at St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 7.
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President Obama greets his wife Michelle Obama during a town-hall style meeting with students at St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 7.
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US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are accompanied by Air Force Col. Kenneth Rizer and his wife Cheri as they walk from Marine One helicopter to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Nov. 5, as they begin their trip to Asia.
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US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama step aboard Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on Nov. 5. President Obama is traveling to India, Indonesia, South Korea, and Japan.
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A woman makes her daughters pose for a photograph besides a poster of President Obama in Calcutta, India, Nov. 4. Obama is scheduled to visit India Nov. 6-9.
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A billboard depicting President Obama stands illuminated on a street in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 4.
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An Indian artist makes an art work depicting President Obama at a studio in Thane, near Mumbai, India, on Nov. 4.
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A man walks with a camel past a sand sculpture depicting President Obama ahead of Obama's arrival to the country, in Puri, India, on Nov. 4.
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Members of the World Tibet Congress hold a poster with a sketch of President Obama in New Delhi, on Nov. 4. The members claim the sketch was drawn with the blood of one of their members and they wanted to hand it over to US embassy to welcome Obama. Obama will visit India on Saturday, bringing along representatives from about 200 companies in what is being called the largest business delegation to leave US shores in history, keen to tap into a lucrative market of 1.2 billion people.
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Policemen arrive for deployment at the Taj Mahal Hotel as part of security measures ahead of President Obama's visit in Mumbai Nov. 4. Obama's first stop in his India trip is likely to be a memorial to the 2008 militant attacks in Mumbai, including the Taj Mahal Hotel, where he will be staying.
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Sikhs for Justice hold a mock funeral for 'Death of Democracy in India' in New York's Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, on Nov. 1, before President Obama's visit to India.
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A man arranges T-shirts with the images of President Obama and Mahatma Gandhi at a shop in New Delhi on Oct. 31.