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Modi in US LIVE Updates | PM Departs for Airport After Indian Diaspora Address

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in US: Catch all live updates from the last day of the visit.

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PM Narendra Modi US Visit 2023 Live News Updates:

After attending a luncheon at the State Department, hosted by Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, and addressing the Indian diaspora, Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his three-day State visit to the United States and departed for Cairo, Egypt.

PM Narendra Modi concluded his address to the Indian diaspora at the Raegan center in Washington with chants of "Bharat Mata ki Jai" and said that he will directly leave for the airport, before jetting off for a two-day visit to Egypt. The event was attended by Indian-origin doctors, lawyers, hoteliers and businessmen.

Watch the live event here:

Modi spoke an event organised by the Washington DC-based independent non-profit organisation called the 'US-India Strategic Partnership Forum,' which would have more than 1,200 participants and is being held at the John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.

On his last day of the visit, PM Modi also held interactions with select CEOs, professionals and other stakeholders in a 'tech handshake event'.

Here are the highlights from Modi's "Tech Handshake" event.

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  • US President Joe Biden at the hi-tech handshake event with top CEOs of the US and India at the White House, said, "Our cooperation matters, not just for our own people but quite frankly to the whole world as our partnership is about more than the next breakthrough or the next deal as big as they may be."

  • US President Joe Biden said, "Our partnership is about more than the next breakthrough or the next deal as big as they may be. It is about taking climate change, about tackling, about exploring the universe, about lifting people out of poverty, preventing pandemics & giving our citizens real opportunity."

  • This morning is only among a few friends but has brought with it the guarantee of a bright future," PM Modi said and referred to the developments as 'honhaar, shandaar, dhardaar' in Hindi.

  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, Reliance Industries Chairman & MD Mukesh Ambani, Zerodha & True Beacon Co-Founder Nikhil Kamath and several others were present.

Moreover, check out some pictures from Modi's final day in the US.

Previously, Modi addressed the United States Congress, participated in a official state dinner, and held a one-on-one bilateral discussion with US President Joe Biden and also addressed a press conference.

For highlights of Modi's second day in the US: Click here to read the full highlights of the Modi-Biden press conference, Tap here to read the full highlights of Modi's speech at the US Congress, and check out the key points from the discussions here.

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6:41 AM , 24 Jun
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PM Modi Jets Off for Egypt, Bring US Visit to a Close

Prime Minister Narendra Modi set off for Egypt's Cairo, bringing his 3-day State visit to the United States to an end.

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6:03 AM , 24 Jun

PM Modi Concludes Diaspora Event, Departs for Airport

PM Narendra Modi concluded his address to the Indian diaspora at the Raegan center in Washington with chants of "Bharat Mata ki Jai" and said that he will directly leave for the airport, before jetting off for a two-day visit to Egypt.

The partnership between India and the United States will make the world better in the 21st Century. You all play a crucial role in this partnership. I will be leaving for the airport straight from here, meeting you all is like having a sweet dish after food.
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6:01 AM , 24 Jun

US to Return 100 Antiques Stolen from India: PM Modi

"I am happy that the American government has decided to return more than 100 antiquities of India that were stolen from us. These antiquities had reached the international markets. I express my gratitude to the American government for this," PM Modi said, addressing the Indian diaspor

5:58 AM , 24 Jun

‘Real Potential of US-India Ties Yet To Come Out’: PM Modi

Addressing the Indian diaspora, PM Modi said, "America is our biggest trading partner and export destination but the real potential of our partnership is yet to come out. This is the best time to invest as much as possible in India."

"The research centre of Google's AI in India will work on more than 100 languages. With the help of Indian Govt, Tamil Studies chair will be established here at University of Houston," the Indian PM added.

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Published: 23 Jun 2023, 6:31 PM IST
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