The Obamas' first state dinner
President Obama's stated desire for transparency comes into question. View 'Invitees or crashers' gallery »
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Transcript (11/25): Catch the questions and answers from the Reliable Source ladies' chat about last night's dinner.
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This just in
Video: The two leaders toast each other, their families and countries.
President Obama welcomed Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the first state visit of Obama's term.
See the dignitaries and celebrities that have been brought together.
Fashion critic Robin Givhan offers guidance on designer dresses that will have guests shining bright.
Did you know...
This will be the third state dinner for India in the last decade. (President Clinton honored Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 2000 and President George W. Bush had one for Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur in 2005.)