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In yet another instance of using social media to showcase the vibrancy of India-Japan relations, Japan PM Mr. Shinzo Abe welcome PM Modi to Kyoto and shared that the two leaders had an enjoyable dinner last evening where they discussed a wide range of issues.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 30, 2014

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 30, 2014

PM Abe also shared that he visited the Toji Temple with PM Modi. PM Abe expressed joy that PM Modi enjoyed the cultural heritage of Kyoto and added that he looked forward to meeting him in Tokyo in the remaining part of the visit. 

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) August 31, 2014

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has greeted Bengalis in India and across the world on Poyla Boishakh.

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