In one, he chatted about his favorite sports—ping-pong and cricket—with visiting Indian cricketers.
Breaking with tradition, Rogers was a guest to the state dinner, which honored Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife.
The feisty airline is the brainchild of entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, a Malaysian of Indian descent who also is a British citizen.
But the Indian political and strategic leadership does not think that Obama gets this.
The film, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Matt Damon, opens with a vivid re-creation of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
It lies at the edge of the Indian country and tends to advance.
Oh, I was an Indian in my time—a reg'ler measly hop-pickin' Siwash at that.
There were Indian settlements about that were not over friendly.
But he must not blame her: she was not just an Indian, like him.
With the lithe, easy motions of the animal after which he was named, the Indian rose.
"inhabit of India or South Asia," c.1300 (noun and adjective); applied to the native inhabitants of the Americas from at least 1553, on the mistaken notion that America was the eastern end of Asia. Red Indian, to distinguish them from inhabitants of India, is first attested 1831 (Carlyle) but was not commonly used in North America. More than 500 modern phrases include Indian, most of them U.S. and most impugning honesty or intelligence, e.g. Indian giver, first attested 1765 in Indian gift:
An Indian gift is a proverbial expression, signifying a present for which an equivalent return is expected. [Thomas Hutchinson, "History of Massachusetts Bay," 1765]Meaning "one who gives a gift and then asks for it back" first attested 1892.