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

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 August 2019
40,000 people register for 'Howdy, Modi' community summit in HoustonHouston: 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 visit to the US for the UN General Assembly session, organisers of the event said. "Howdy", short for 'How do you do?’ is a friendly greeting commonly used in southwestern United States. Attendance to the summit is free, but passes have to be obtained which is now open for public, said the host Texas...
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