CM to address India Today Conclave 2013 on 16th March 2013

Published By : Admin | March 13, 2013 | 19:10 IST
"Shri Modi to address India Today Conclave 2013 on 16th March 2013 at 8 PM"

At 8 PM on the evening of Saturday 16th March 2013 Shri Narendra Modi will address the India Today Conclave 2013. Shri Modi will speak on ‘The NaMo Mantra’ and the talk will be followed by an interactive question and answer session with the audience.

Shri Modi is one of the most anticipated speakers at the Conclave. Both mainstream and social media are eagerly awaiting Shri Modi’s talk at the campaign.

You can watch Shri Modi’s speech LIVE on the website. You can also follow @narendramodi_in for real time Tweets of  Shri Modi’s speech.

 

The Leader’s Lecture : The NaMo Mantra
Join LIVE as Shri Narendra Modi addresses the India Today Conclave 2013 LIVE in New Delhi followed by an interactive question + answer session with the people!

You too can participate in the session with a question

Watch LIVE Webcast!
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@ conclave.indiatoday.in

Date – 16th March 2013, Time – 8 pm onwards

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