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"Narendra Modi to address students at 3rd Convocation Ceremony of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU), Gandhinagar"
"Group Chief Executive, British Petroleum Mr. Bob Dudley and President PDPU, Dr. Mukesh Ambani to present at the event"

On 19th October 2013, Shri Narendra Modi will address the students at 3rd Convocation ceremony of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in Gandhinagar. The convocation ceremony will begin at 9.30 am at PDPU campus.

PDPU is promoted by partnership of Government of Gujarat, Industry and Energy with the aim of promoting energy education and research. In the recent Vibrant Gujarat Summit Dr. Mukesh Ambani announced, Government of Gujarat and Reliance will jointly invest Rs. 500 crore in order to develop PDPU as a Global University.

Group Chief Executive, British Petroleum Mr. Bob Dudley and Chairman and MD, Reliance Industries Limited and President of PDPU, Dr. Mukesh Ambani will also be present at the Convocation Ceremony.

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Excellency,

We are meeting today in this hour of grief. After arriving in Japan today, I am feeling more saddened. Because the last time I came, I had a very long conversation with Abe San. And never thought that after leaving, I would have to hear such a news.

Along with Abe San, you in the role of Foreign Minister have taken the India-Japan relationship to new heights and also expanded it further in many areas. And our friendship, the friendship of India and Japan, also played a major role in creating a global impact. And for all this, today, the people of India remember Abe San very much, remember Japan very much. India is always missing him in a way.

But I am confident that under your leadership, India-Japan relations will deepen further, and scale to greater heights. And I firmly believe that we will be able to play an appropriate role in finding solutions to the problems of the world.