Bush's visit to India and Pakistan to nurture SE Asia ties - Complete coverage from Rediff
What Bush wants in India
Bush Arrives in India Seeking Nuclear Deal
India asserts itself in nuke talks with US
Even as the Indian PM greets US Prez George Bush with roses, protestors vent their spleen through narrein-baazi
(sloganeering) and vitriolic articles Bush in India: Just Not Welcome (Arundhati Roy protests Bush's visit) and
Why be wary of Bush? (DNA editorial).
While many are happy that New Delhi has sealed a "historic" nuclear deal with Washington (Read the joint statement released by Bush and Manmohan Singh), others are out on the streets, participating in protest marches against Bush's India visit, while others are taking a cautionary -let's wait for the details before celebrating approach. Rediff and BBC talked to a few different protesters to get their viewpoints on the protests. Also, a BBC forum that readers voice their opinions on the visit.
India's complex love affair with US (The Christian Science Monitor)
Bush: U.S. shouldn't see India as threat
In pictures: Bush in India
Some light hearted tips for Bush to help him cope with India ;)
And an open letter from Laloo Prasad Yadav to Bush.. another hilarious spoof!
News Analysis: Bush gives India a hug, Pakistan a friendly pat
President George W. Bush leaves the region having declared India and Pakistan strategic partners.
For Bush, more respect in India than at home.