MUMBAI – MAHARASHTRA – INDIA APRIL 28, 2015 11.59 P.M.
When Narendra Modi got elected as the Prime Minister of India, many people, mainly his opponent and detractors thought that foreign policy will be his Achilles Heels. But they were for rude shock. Narendra Modi made giant leap in foreign policy affairs and now criss-cross the world arena as a colossus.
His lectures in front of India Diaspora in United States of America and Australia last year and more recently in Canada this year made history.
Next month he is going to China. As per news paper reports, same euphoric welcome awaits him in Shanghai. Here is the report :
Madison Square Garden – New York , U.S.A. / September 28, 2014
Allphones Arena – Sydney , Australia / November 17, 2014
Ricoh Coliseum – Toronto , Canada / April 16, 2015
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