PM Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron took a boat ride along the Ghats of River Ganga in Varanasi today.
Here are a few pictures:
PM Narendra Modi concludes his visit to Brazil after a fruitful BRICS, 2019 Summit
Prime Minister @narendramodi's emphasis on innovation in Science and Technology at the 11th BRICS summit in Brazil is remarkable! Only thru innovation can one fulfil aspirations of billions of people around the world! https://t.co/ucW0YbgntA— Prof. Madan M Sharma (@mmsharma102) November 14, 2019
If played right, #BRICS soon will be a very powerful union in the world economy.— Ashwin Doke (@ashwindoke) November 14, 2019
Posses the most important resource of today's world - market
40+% market / people live in these countries. https://t.co/Oow2wJT73m
Your vision always— D. Imaculate Rani (@ImaculateRani) November 15, 2019
Focus on Futuristic subjects will surely lead to deeper cooperation that will benefit the people of BRICS Nations 👍
We are very proud to have such a Blessed and
Thank you Sir for your input, focusing on health, agriculture - rural communities, MSME & SME sector & coastal devt - resilience - disaster response, that'll aid ideation, effective implementation with far reaching impact across continents, serving nearly 50% of global population— Dr. Suchitra Raghavachari (@DrSRaghavachari) November 14, 2019
Let the BRICS summit bring positive impact in bringing socioeconomical changes among the BRICS nations. https://t.co/zWXbs2WeKz— ATISH GHOSH DASTIDAR (@atishdasti1970) November 15, 2019
Thanks to the Brazil Government and citizens for their warm welcome and excellent hospitality giving to our honorable #PMModi.— Himanshu Panda (@Himanshu_panda_) November 14, 2019
Because you have not only welcome @narendramodi, you have welcomed the whole India and its citizens.
Thanking you very much. #Brazil
Brazil and India should collaborate in the field of mining and mineral resource management. I think both the countries have plenty to offer each other, and grow together.— Dipankar Pathak (দীপাঙ্কৰ পাঠক) (@Kal_ki_Corp) November 14, 2019
PM @narendramodi, other #BRICS leaders call for 'urgent' need to reform UN— Mayank Joshi. 🙏🕉 70165 (@MayankJoshiBJP) November 15, 2019
In a joint statement, the leaders of India, Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa said they are committed to multilateralism #FridayMotivation#FridayThoughts#FridayFeeling#fridaymood#सुप्रभात pic.twitter.com/t8Grp3Mnwu
PM @narendramodi suggests: "Intra-BRCS trade stands at just 15% of global trade, in comparison to their combined population of 40% of that of the world. A roadmap for achieving $500 billion intra-BRICS trade target should be drawn up by the BRICS Business Council"— Kiran Kumar S (@KiranKS) November 15, 2019
Showing that India is a preferred destination of the Investors, the FPI inflows for 2019 reach Rs.82,575 Crores
Good News!— Harshadha Shirodkar (@shirodkarharshu) November 15, 2019
FPI have invested Rs 82,575 crore so far in 2019 in India, highest in Modi era.
A sign that the Modi administration has convincingly won the trust of bulge-bracket overseas funds.
Kudos to @narendramodi govt.#NewIndia #PositiveIndia pic.twitter.com/HL8g41ZEXm
FPI have invested Rs 82,575 cr so far in 2019 in India. It is the highest amount that FPIs have pumped into country since the beginning of @narendramodi ji govt. This is a sign that his leadership has convincingly won trust of bulge-bracket overseas fundshttps://t.co/AQUIUE29JT pic.twitter.com/U7dKoA0tZF— NishantS🇮🇳 (@nishants79) November 15, 2019
👏👏🌷 एक सुखद उपलब्धि 🌷👏👏— Dr. L S RANA Sashakt (@sashakt8a) November 15, 2019
FPI inflows to India touch Rs 82,575 crore in 2019, highest in Modi era https://t.co/UZvergKNwC
FPI inflows to India touch Rs 82,575 crore in 2019. It is the highest amount that FPIs have pumped into the country since the beginning of @narendramodi government in May 2014.— DINESH CHAWLA (@dinesh_chawla) November 15, 2019
Kudos Team Modi
FPI inflows to India touch Rs 82,575 crore in 2019, highest in Modi era since beginning of PM @narendramodi ji led govt in May 2014.This is a sign that Modi administration has convincingly won trust of bulge-bracket overseas funds.Kudos #TransformingIndiahttps://t.co/br9ATbnLIF pic.twitter.com/nmzZPUSCua— Dr.Swapneil B.Mantri (@drsbmantribjp) November 15, 2019
India is rapidly changing & improving through efforts of Modi Govt.
Boon for Pilgrims: The historic Dera Baba Nanak Railway Station in Punjab has now been connected to free and fast Wi-Fi, enabling passengers, including Kartarpur Corridor's pilgrims, to avail internet facility.@PiyushGoyal ji owesome work.@Payal_Rohatgi pic.twitter.com/vwcLJXzc8W— Priyanka Juneja 🇮🇳 (@Priyank69602608) November 15, 2019
Travelling via #IndianRailways Karnavati Express. The cleanliness is amazing, all vendors have billing machines, nothing is unaccounted. The transition of railways has been amazing. Kudos @PiyushGoyal @narendramodi— Rohan Mehta (@FuturisticInve3) November 15, 2019
More firepower to Indian Air Force! IAF to receive around 200 fighter aircrafts.https://t.co/hM70TFNjnE— Kamal लोचन (କମଲ) (@Kamallochanm) November 14, 2019
One should appreciate how NaMo .@narendramodi govt gives the floor to the youth to dessimate in all the international forums...Kudos to our narishakthi...here is one more example... https://t.co/RlCJ55mflE— Kungfu Kanda 🤠 (@StockSk5) November 14, 2019
India's Indigenous #Tejas fighter jet on the assembly line and indigenous Aircraft Carrier under construction— Ravi Kant - रवि कांत (@LegalKant) November 15, 2019
Now India is all set to push our very own HAL’s HTT-40 basic propeller trainer aircraft
Well done #MakeInIndia https://t.co/fwKDRYi3S9