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Stanford University students meet PM Narendra Modi
PM Modi answers questions on diplomatic relations between countries, India’s relationship with neighbouring countries
PM Modi discusses Act East Policy, e-governance, Silicon Valley visit with Stanford University students

A group of 25 students of International Policy Studies from Stanford University, US, called on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today. The group included students from various countries, including India.

Welcoming the students to India, the Prime Minister said that they are all soon-to-be policy-makers, and therefore, what they assimilate at this point in time, will definitely shape their decisions and choices in the near future.

In the course of the interaction, the Prime Minister answered questions on diplomatic relations between countries, India’s relationship with neighbouring countries, the Act East Policy, his recent visit to Silicon Valley, his commitment to technology and e-governance, and competitive cooperative federalism.

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Press Release on Arrival of Prime Minister to Washington D.C.
September 23, 2021
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi arrived in Washington D.C.(22 September 2021, local time) for his visit to the United States of America at the invitation of His Excellency President Joe Biden of the USA.

Prime Minister was received by Mr. T. H. Brian McKeon, Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources on behalf of the government of the USA.

Exuberant members of Indian diaspora were also present at the Andrews airbase and they cheerfully welcomed Prime Minister.