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Smart Cities to Nuclear Deal: What to Expect from Obama's Visit

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With US President Barack Obama scheduled to visit India on 25 January, preparations for the high-profile visit are entering final stages. India-US ties are set to move to a transformative level, with talks on a range of issues, including defence, energy, education and economic cooperation.

The two leaders have met thrice already in the recent past - in Washington during a bilateral meet in September last year, in Myanmar during the East Asia Summit and in Brisbane during the G20 in November. But the latest visit will be an "important summit" meeting in that it will seek to give a more concrete shape to many of the decisions, outlined in the joint statement issued last year in Washington.

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