Obama's India Trip

On the first day of his visit, the president unveiled a $10 billion export deal with India, saying it would create 54,000 jobs and spur economic growth. Obama painted the pact as a job creator and a rebuke to the caricature of India as a land of call centers and back offices that cost American jobs." Back home, the Senate's GOP leader Mitch McConnell, a vocal critic of the president’s trade policy, was "encouraged" by the deal, according to his spokesman. Click below for images of Obama’s trip to Asia.

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President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive in Mumbai, India.

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The president and first lady view the 26/11 memorial at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, site of the 2008 attacks in Mumbai.

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Obama makes a statement outside the Taj Mahal and Tower Hotel after visiting the Mumbai memorial.

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Obama holds a roundtable discussion with business leaders including Jeffrey Immelt of General Electric.

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President Obama meets members of the audience after delivering remarks at the U.S.-India business council and entrepreneurship summit.

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Michelle Obama plays hopscotch and dances with underprivileged children at Mumbai University.

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President Barack Obama is greeted by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as first lady Michelle Obama is received by Singh's wife Gursharan Kaur New Delhi.

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Obama speaks during a town hall meeting with students at St. Xavier College in Mumbai on November 7, 2010.

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President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama dance with students during a celebration of Divali during a visit to the Holy Name High School in Mumbai.

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The Obamas listen as guide K.K. Muhammed talks about Humayun's Tomb during their visit in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010.