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(From Business Line)
from BUSINESS LINE, March 07, 2006 A laboured enumeration of specifics alone cannot do justice to the three-day visit of the US President, Mr George W. Bush. Both on the positive side of giving a big boost to India-US relations and helping the strategic partnership take a quantum jump, and on the negative side of stirring up the bitter opponents of American policies among the Leftists and Muslim groups, he could only be said to have left a memorable imprint
It is good for India since it too has the spotlight turned on it in the process by the mere fact of the head of state and government of the most powerful, affluent and influential nation coming all the way to pay respects to it, as it were. None watching the various happenings displayed on the TV screens would have failed to notice how the leaders of the two democracies hit it off with each other, in the true style of long-time buddies
LANDMARK EVENT Even a sceptic, such as I, has to admit that within the span of a short visit, Mr Bush managed to stage a veritable public relations coup, overshadowing by his zestful courting …