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Eric Lach

Eric Lach is a reporter for TPM. From 2010 to 2011, he was a news writer in charge of the website?s front page. He has previously written for The Daily, NewYorker.com, GlobalPost and other publications. He can be reached at ericl@talkingpointsmemo.com

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The FDA is proposing nine new warnings, accompanied by color graphics, to place on cigarette packages and advertisements. It has released the images on its website. The agency is seeking public comment through January 9, 2011, and plans to issue final regulations requiring these color graphics by June 22, 2011.
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President Barack Obama landed in India on November 6, 2010 to kick off his 10-day trip to Asia. He'll also visit Indonesia, South Korea and Japan. In India, Obama is focusing on economic relations between the U.S. and India, the world's largest democracy.

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife, Gursharan Kaur, greeted the Obamas in New Delhi.

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In a break from diplomacy, the Obamas danced with schoolchildren in Mumbai to celebrate the Diwali festival.

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On Sunday, President Obama spoke to students at St. Xavier's College in Mumbai.

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Michelle Obama spent some time with children at the Mumbai University Library.

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Security guards in New Delhi as President Obama arrives.

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On Sunday, the Obamas paid a visit to Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi.

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An Indian sand artist welcomes President Obama.

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President Obama and the First Lady are certainly having an active trip abroad. Following the Mrs. Obama's hopscotch moment with Indian students yesterday, the President and First Lady attended a celebration of the Hindu holiday of Diwali at a local school in Mumbai. They even busted out a few moves, participating in a fisherman's folk dance with a group of children. Watch the video below:

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