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Change has come to America: Barack Obama
After winning the US presidential elections, Barack Obama delivered an emotional speech in Chicago to a wildly cheering crowd of tens of thousands.
Bush, Hillary Clinton hail victory to Obama
US President George W. Bush and US Senator Hillary Clinton have called up Barack Obama to congratulate him on being elected as the first African-American president of the country.
World leaders hail Obama victory
World leaders of many countries including Canada, New Zealand, Iran, Japan and Feance have congratulated Barack Obama on his great victory in the US presidential elections.
India greets Obama on extraordinary win
President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sent congratulatory messages to the 47-year-old Obama and invited him to visit India "as soon as possible".
Obama's leap of faith fired by Mahatma Gandhi
A Vietnam War veteran and a national hero, Obama signalled momentous change in America's political scene as the first black person to become the presidential candidate of a major US party.
'Obama win gives hope to Indian American politicians'
The Indian American organisations and community leaders hope that the Obama Administration in the White House would herald a new era of relationship between India and the US.
Indian leaders congratulate Obama on victory
Indian leaders from both Congress and BJP congratulated Democrat Barack Obama, who was on Wednesday elected 44th President of the United States.
America goes O!bama
Indian leaders from both Congress and BJP congratulated Democrat Barack Obama, who was on Wednesday elected 44th President of the United States.
US polls chronology
Following are the key dates in the 2008 US presidential campaign.
America chooses Barack Obama
Democrat candidate Barack Obama wins the US presidential polls by 338 Electoral College votes, will make history as the country's first Black president. Meanwhile, Republican candidate John McCain, who got only 155 votes, has conceded defeat.
Obama appears a hit in India as well
US President George W. Bush may have gifted the path-breaking nuclear deal to India, but his successor aspirant John McCain is no favourite in India. Indians appear to be rooting for Democratic hopeful Barack Obama and see him as a harbinger of change.
Obama, McCain battle into last weekend before polls
Leaving nothing to chance, the two US presidential candidates are keeping up a frenetic pace as the campaign has entered final stage for Tuesday's election.
Obama's aunt may be illegal immigrant: Report
US Democratic presidential candidate didn't know his aunt might be living illegally in the country.
Comedians trick Sarah Palin with fake Sarkozy phone call
Two Canadian comedians tricked US vice presidential candidate into thinking that she was talking to French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
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The democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama backs the Indo-US nuke deal but may he be under pressure to reinforce non-proliferation rules that could restrict transfer of technology and fuel to India.
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The Obama effect
Obama, like Rajiv Gandhi, brings the promise of big change. The concern is, can he deliver. Raj Chengappa tells more.
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