GES 2017: Ivanka Trump, Narendra Modi emphasise contribution of women entrepreneurs [Photos]

US president Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad on Tuesday.

FP Staff November 28, 2017 20:47:22 IST
US president Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad on Tuesday. Twitter @NarendraModi
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US president Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad on Tuesday. Twitter @NarendraModi
The event was kickstarted after the two leaders pressed buttons on Mitra, a robot made by Bengaluru-based Invento Robotics. Twitter@NarendraModi
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The event was kickstarted after the two leaders pressed buttons on Mitra, a robot made by Bengaluru-based Invento Robotics. Twitter@NarendraModi
The three-day event, which is co-hosted by India and the United States, is the world's largest gathering of young entrepreneurs. Twitter@NarendraModi
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The three-day event, which is co-hosted by India and the United States, is the world's largest gathering of young entrepreneurs. Twitter@NarendraModi
Invoking the theme of the summit ‘Women First, Prosperity for All’, both the leaders highlighted the contribution of women entrepreneurs in the economy. PTI
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Invoking the theme of the summit ‘Women First, Prosperity for All’, both the leaders highlighted the contribution of women entrepreneurs in the economy. PTI
Ivanka Trump said that the summit was a symbol of strengthened friendship between the growing economic and security partnership between the two countries. Modi and Ivanka also visited a virtual exhibition at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. PTI
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Ivanka Trump said that the summit was a symbol of strengthened friendship between the growing economic and security partnership between the two countries. Modi and Ivanka also visited a virtual exhibition at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. PTI
Calling young entrepreneurs the vehicles of change, Narendra Modi invited the business fraternity from all over the world to 'make in India.' At  the summit, the two leaders also observed artwork at an exhibition. Twitter@NarendraModi
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Calling young entrepreneurs the vehicles of change, Narendra Modi invited the business fraternity from all over the world to 'make in India.' At  the summit, the two leaders also observed artwork at an exhibition. Twitter@NarendraModi