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Caesars sells “Belle of Baton Rouge” riverboat casino to CQ Holding Company

Caesars sells “Belle of Baton Rouge” riverboat casino to CQ Holding Company

Gaming and entertainment giant Caesars Entertainment Incorporated has confirmed that it has sold the Belle of Baton Rouge, a ten-story riverboat hotel-casino in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Illinois-

Jindal advises Cheney to tone down criticism of Obama

Jindal advises Cheney to tone down criticism of ObamaBaton Rouge (Louisiana, US), Apr. 17 : Louisiana's Indian American Governor Bobby Jindal has suggested that former Vice President Dick Cheney should tone down his criticism of President Barack Obama.

Cheney has repeatedly criticized Obama's national security policy, saying recently on CNN's "State of the Union" that Obama's decisions "raise the risk to the American people of another attack."

Jindal admits he can’t match Obama’s debating, speaking prowess

Jindal admits he can’t match Obama’s debating, speaking prowessLouisiana (US), Mar. 6 : Louisiana's Indian origin Governor Piyush `Bobby' Jindal has admitted that he can't match President Barack Obama's debating and speaking skills.

In an interview with FOX News'', Jindal, responding to criticism over his delivering the GOP response to President Obama''s first address to Congress, said: "The president is a very gifted speaker, and I certainly think he''s a better speaker than I am. I''m not the only one that thinks that."

MSNBC anchors introduce Jindal with exclamation of ''Oh God''

Barack ObamaLouisiana (US), Feb. 25 : Following President Obama''s address to Congress on Tuesday night, an MSNBC host or producer was caught muttering "Oh God" on the air as Louisiana's Indian orgin Govenor Bobby Jindal walked toward the camera to deliver the GOP response.

The remark came after "Countdown" host Keith Olbermann interrupted the network''s political panel to introduce the Republican governor, reports Fox News.

Jindal becomes first Governor to refuse Obama’s payout to states

Indian born Louisiana Governor Bobby JindalWashington, Feb 21 : Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has announced that he will decline stimulus money specifically targeted at expanding state unemployment insurance coverage, becoming the first state executive to officially refuse any part of the federal government's payout to states.

In a statement, Jindal, who is slated to give the Republican response to President Barack Obama's message to Congress on Tuesday, expressed concern that expanding unemployment insurance coverage would lead to increased unemployment insurance taxes later on, Politico. com reported.

Indian American Jindal says something is wrong with Republican Party

Indian American Jindal says something is wrong with Republican PartyNew York, Nov. 17: Louisiana's Indian American Governor Bobby Jindal is of the view that there is something wrong with his Republican Party, and that it needs to do three things to get back on track.

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