INDIAN Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has made light of reports that US President-elect Barack Obama ignored India while making telephone calls to leaders of various countries after his election to America's top office, reports Indian media. "No, this is not true... President Obama wanted to talk to me day before yesterday (November 8) but we could not establish contact because the time that was suggested was too short for me (to establish contact). Since then, I have been travelling... as soon as I go back we will try to establish contact," Singh said when asked if the newly-elected US President had ignored India by not calling him.Obama had called fifteen world leaders including Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari after being elected US President. As Singh did not get any call from Obama, there were suggestions that the next US President was ignoring India. Singh said Obama had written to him a 'very warm' letter even before he was elected President. "I had myself written a warm letter to him," he said. Singh was hopeful that Indo-US ties under Obama will further be strengthened.