Diplomacy and diaspora: 19-gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

PM Modi in a three-day visit to Washington, will meet with President Barack Obama and will address a joint meeting of the US Congress.

FP Staff June 07, 2016 14:02:17 IST
Diplomacy and diaspora: 19-gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US
Diplomacy and diaspora 19gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shake hands with member of the Indian community in Washington upon his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. PM Modi in a three-day visit to Washington, will meet with President Barack Obama and will address a joint meeting of the US Congress. AP

Diplomacy and diaspora 19gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

PM Narendra Modi waves to member of the indian community in Washington. AP

Diplomacy and diaspora 19gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

PM Narendra Modi with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Maj Gen Bradley Becker arrive to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Va. AP

Diplomacy and diaspora 19gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

PM Narendra Modi with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Maj Gen.Bradley Becker walk up the steps to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery. AP

Diplomacy and diaspora 19gun salute welcomes PM Narendra Modi to the US

PM Narendra Modi with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Maj Gen Bradley Becker lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery. AP

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