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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, smiles as she interacts with members of Self Employed Women's Association, a non-government organization, in Mumbai, India, Saturday, July 18, 2009. Clinton opened a three-day visit to India on Saturday by urging India not to make the same mistakes the U.S. has on climate change and emphasizing the nations' mutual interest in fighting global terrorism. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade) [Via]
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C) presents a gift to a child during her visit to Sewa, a women's self employment voluntary organisation, in Mumbai July 18, 2009. Clinton met survivors of the Mumbai attacks, talked climate change with Indian industrialists and was serenaded by village women as she visited India's financial capital on Saturday. [Via]
Chairman of Indian conglomerate TATA group Ratan Tata (L) reacts with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as they share a light moment during a meeting with Indian business leaders in Mumbai on July 18, 2009. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in India hoping to deepen strategic ties with an emerging player on the world stage in security, trade, arms control and climate change. Her first stop in the country's financial and entertainment capital Mumbai, includes meetings with key business leaders, educational professionals and a women's group, as well as leading Bollywood actor Aamir Khan. In her maiden trip to the South Asian nation as Washington's chief diplomat, Clinton will also pay tribute to the 166 people who died in last year's Islamist militant attacks on the city. [Via]

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