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Scoop Images: Clinton In India

The following are pictures from the White House of President Clinton's visit to South Asia.


President Clinton and daughter Chelsea arrive Palam Air Force Station, New Delhi, India. -Photo by David Scull


President Clinton and daughter Chelsea participate in a Ghandi wreath laying ceremony, Rajghat Samadhi. New Delhi. - Photo by Ralph Alswang


President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton observe the eternal flame at the Ghandi memorial, Rajghat Samadhi, New Delhi. - Photo by David Scull


Dancers perform during the cultural entertainment at the State Dinner. Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi. - Photo by William Vasta


President Clinton and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee shake hands after signing a vision statement, Hyderabad House, New Delhi. - Photo by David Scull



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