Obama In India; German Warning Of Terror Attacks; Olbermann Back On The Air : The Two-Way President Obama vows partnership with India on everything from Terrorism to Climate Change. The German Interior Minister says there are "indications that have to be taken seriously" of attacks. Olbermann suspension ends tomorrow.

Obama In India; German Warning Of Terror Attacks; Olbermann Back On The Air

Obama Meets With Indian Prime Minister

U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greet each other after a press conference at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, Monday, Nov. 8, 2010.  Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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President Barack Obama called the partnership between the US and India one of the century's defining partnership. Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledged to work together on terrorism, climate change, and the spread of nuclear weapons, reports NPR's Scott Horsley, who'd traveling with the President. Obama also said that in recognition of India's growing influence he would push for India to get a permanent seat on the UN Security council. Scott reports that his aides quickly cautioned that would be long and complex process.

German Minister Warns Of Possible Terror Attacks

German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere talks to the media after visiting the UPS distribution center at the International Cargo Airport in Cologne, western Germany, last week. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told a German newspaper "There are indications that have to be taken seriously of attacks in Europe and the United States," de Maiziere told Bild am Sonntag. "Events have prompted me to express my concerns publicly for the first time." In the past Germany has downplayed terror threats. De Maiziere is proposing a new cargo security plan to other EU ministers today. It would include trawling the databases of freight companies for suspicious packages and 'blacklisting' airports without sufficient security among other measures.

Olbermann Will Be Back On The Air Tomorrow

Keith Olbermann, host of “Countdown” during "Decision 2010" on November 2, 2010. Virginia Sherwood/NBCUP MSNBC/NBCU Photo Bank hide caption

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MSNBC host Keith Olbermann will once again be hosting his primetime show tomorrow night. He was suspended "indefinitely" on Friday after NBC executives learned that he had made campaign contributions to Democratic candidates, a violation of NBC News policy. Well, now we know that MSNBC's definition of indefinite is a long weekend. Here's the statement from MSNBC President Phil Griffin in its entirety.

After several days of deliberation and discussion, I have determined that suspending Keith through and including Monday night's program is an appropriate punishment for his violation of our policy. We look forward to having him back on the air Tuesday night.