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  • Remarks by President Barack Obama in his address at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi, on January 27, 2015.

  • New media and social networking tools will enable people across the globe to access the Smithsonian’s resources.

  • Test your knowledge about U.S. presidential visits to India. 

  • Daniel S. Markey is senior fellow for India, Pakistan and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he specializes in security and governance issues in South Asia.   

  • Andrew Kuchins is the director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at CSIS in Washington, D.C. Excerpts from an interview.

  • Two Indian musicians recount their musical journey at the OneBeat program in the United States.  

  • Chargé d’Affaires Ambassador Stephens travels by train to Ahmedabad to feel the real pulse of India.

  • The Obama Singh 21st Century Knowledge Initiative promotes collaborations between American and Indian institutions of higher education.

  • A first-hand account of the three-city Counterterrorism and Law Enforcement tour organized by the U.S. State Department’s Washington Foreign Press Center.

  • A free and independent press provides people with information they need to play an active role in the government and life of their country.

  • An interview with Steven Cook of the Council on Foreign Relations. 

  • The rights to unhindered news coverage and unfettered debate are hard-won freedoms. Promoting and protecting them requires commitment from the next generation of journalists worldwide.

  • A free press has allowed the United States to debate hot button issues in an informed manner and, in the process, provided the framework for major changes in society.

  • The State Department's social media platforms are dynamic spaces where you can learn more about U.S. foreign policy and share your opinions.


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