Obama meets Indian-American Miss America, Nina Davuluri

WASHINGTON (TIP): Despite tough ongoing negotiations to reopen the government and avoid a US debt default, President Barack Obama found time to meet Miss America, Nina Davuluri, the first Indian- American to win the coveted crown. “Had the pleasure of having a conversation with President @BarackObama in the Oval Office today! @NinaDavuluri #Celebration13,” Davuluri tweeted shortly after meeting the president at the White House Wednesday morning. “Miss America participated in a group photo with the president in honor of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital Champions,” a White House official said. “Following the photo, she briefly visited the Oval Office,” the official said. Incidentally, Obama had referred to Davuluri’s achievement as he spoke about “incredible people-to-people ties that exist” between India and the US during his Sep 27 summit meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here. “You know, Indian-Americans make extraordinary contributions to the United States every single day — businessmen, scientists, academics. Now Miss America is of Indian-American descent. And I think it’s a signal of how close our countries are,” he then said. (Source: Arun Kumar. He can be contacted at arun.kumar@ians.in)

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