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Barack Obama, the US president, spoke about improving regional ties during his tour of the Indian capital, New Delhi, on Sunday [Reuters]
Mumbai, India's financial capital, was Barack Obama's first stop in India as he undertook a four-nation 10-day Asian tour [EPA]
Mumbai rolled out the red carpet for the US president and his posters adorned the city [Reuters]
Security was tight and thousands of police have been deployed to protect the presidential entourage [Reuters]
Mumbai residents tried to get a closer look at the US president on Saturday, but security kept them away [Reuters]
The president and the first lady, Michelle, met families of victims of the November 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 166 people died [Reuters]
The Obamas are staying at the seafront Taj Mahal Palace hotel, a Mumbai landmark that came under attack in 2008 [Reuters]
At least 31 people - guests and staff - were killed at the Taj hotel in the attack and Obama paid tribute to them [Reuters]
In paying tributes, Obama, accompanied by Michelle, said the US and India will fight terror together [Reuters]
While her husband met Indian entrepreneurs, Michelle visited Make A Difference, a non-governmental organisation, at Mumbai University [AFP]
Obama urged India to relax trade and investment barriers in order to boost economic relations [Reuters]
The president announced $10bn in trade deals with India that he said will create 50,000 US jobs [AFP]
Obama's visit appears less likely to emphasise diplomatic issues, such as the India-Pakistan row over Kashmir [Reuters]
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