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

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 September 2019
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 new level. The event, they feel, is an opportunity for the two leaders to showcase to the world the shared values and principles of the two largest democracies.
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PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI IS IN HOUSTON TO ADDRESS 50,000 INDIAN-AMERICANS FOR THE BIG-TICKET 'HOWDY, MODI!' EVENT WHERE US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP WILL BE JOINING HIM TO ADDRESS A MEGA RALLY AT NRG STADIUM .TRUMP IS EXPECTED TO DELIVER A MAJOR 30 MINUTE SPEECH ON INDIA AND INDIAN AMERICANS AT THE...

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