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This just in...: Obamas at the state dinner in India; Mayor Bloomberg's daughter doing fine after fall from horse

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Barack and Michelle Obama at a state dinner at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi, India, 2010. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

  • Michelle Obama is getting raves in India for her style, although the first lady did not wear a sari (as some expected) to the state dinner Monday in New Delhi. She got enthusiastic thumbs up for the taupe blouse and long silver skirt by Indian American designer Rachel Roy, and people were still buzzing about her Bollywood moves with local schoolchildren Sunday -- way better than the president, who shuffled awkwardly back and forth. "We've learned several things from this trip in India," he said during his toast Monday night. ".... No matter how hard I try, Michelle will always be a better dancer."

  • New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday that his daughter, Georgina, is "fine" after a serious accident Friday. The equestrian, who competed in Washington a week ago, fell from her horse Friday in Syracuse and suffered a concussion and hairline fracture to her spine. "I think it's certainly not life-threatening and hopefully she'll be fine," her dad told reporters.


  • By The Reliable Source  | November 9, 2010; 1:02 AM ET
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