US President Barack Obama addressed a selected gathering of 2,000 students at Siri Fort auditorium in New Delhi. In this conclusive event before wrapping up his 3-day visit, he suprised the audience with his speech that started with a 'namaste' and ended with 'Jai Hind'. Here are the best parts of Obama's Siri Fort address in a series of videos.
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US president Barack Obama invoked Swami Vivekananda in his Siri Fort speech and addressed the audience 'Sisters and brothers of India'
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As US President Barack Obama leaned right to listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the parade, he popped in a chewing gum — possibly Nicorette.
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