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Howdy is an informal greeting, originally a shortened form of the greeting How do ye? It was recorded first as part of the South England dialect in 1563/87.

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Indian diplomat refuses to comment on Trump's mediation offer on J&K, says 'wait' for bilateral meet

Describing himself as "an extremely good arbitrator", Trump on Monday said he was ready to mediate between Pakistan and India on the Kashmir issue if both sides agree to it. He also described as "very..
IndiaTimes - Published

'We must protect our borders': Trump backs India's move on Article 370

"Both India and the United States understand that to keep our communities safe, we must protect our borders," the US President said during his 'Howdy, Modi!' address at the NRG Stadium.
DNA - Published

India to have first NBA basketball next week: President Trump

US President Donald Trump announced that India will soon have access to another world class American product - NBA basketball. "Next week, thousands of people will gather in Mumbai to watch the..
IndiaTimes - Published

Indian-Americans believe 'Howdy, Modi' would take India-US ties to new level

Indian-Americans here are very enthusiastic about PM Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump jointly addressing a mega 'Howdy, Modi' rally, an event they believe would take the bilateral ties to a..
IndiaTimes - Published

Thousands wait at Houston stadium for PM Modi's arrival at 'Howdy, Modi!' event

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump will be sharing the stage today to address over 50,000 Indian-Americans during the 'Howdy, Modi!' event.
DNA - Published

Festival-like atmosphere as thousands await PM's arrival at 'Howdy, Modi!' event

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump will be sharing the stage today to address over 50,000 Indian-Americans during the 'Howdy, Modi!' event.
DNA - Published

PM Modi leaves for ‘howdy, US’ trip today

PM Modi will embark on a week-long visit to the US on Friday. ​​In the first leg of his visit, he will meet CEOs of energy majors and address an Indian community event — ‘Howdy, Modi’..
IndiaTimes - Published

Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at PM, tweets ‘Howdy economy?’


IndiaTimes - Published

'Performers are all show-offs': Congress on Trump joining 'Howdy, Modi!'

Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Monday borrowed the words of British singer Elton John, "performers are all show-offs", to describe US President Donald Trump joining Prime Minister Narendra..
IndiaTimes - Published

US experts hail Trump's decision on joining Modi in Houston for 'Howdy, Modi!'

Top American experts on India have hailed President Donald Trump's decision on joining Prime Minster Narendra Modi for the mega diaspora event "Howdy, Mody!" in Houston on September 22 and jointly..
IndiaTimes - Published

Top Democratic leader to join Trump-Modi rally in Houston

Senior Democratic Congressman Steny Hoyer would join Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump for the "Howdy, Modi!" mega event in Houston later this month, the Indian ambassador to the..
IndiaTimes - Published

40,000 people register for 'Howdy, Modi' community summit in Houston

40,000 people register for 'howdy, modi' community summit in houston
Houston: Around 40,000 people have registered themselves for Indian-American community summit "Howdy, Modi!" here, which will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 22 during his..
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

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