PM Modi Brought Back 157 Artefacts & Antiquities Handed Over By The USA

by Suchismita Pal
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has flown to the US to meet US President Joe Biden and also attend the Quad leaders summit. He left for the US at 11 AM from Delhi on September 22. He will meet Biden on September 24 to talk about the present regional security situation following the recent developments in Afghanistan. During his three-day visit from September 22 to 25, PM Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) debate. Meanwhile, Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi has flown to Delhi in a private jet.

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PM Modi Makes A Three Day Visit To The US

According to a Hindustan Times report, before leaving for the US, PM Modi said, “My visit to US would be an occasion to strengthen the Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership with US, consolidate relations with our strategic partners – Japan and Australia – and take forward our collaboration on important global issues,” Along with Joe Biden, PM Modi will also meet US Vice-President Kamala Harris. In a Twitter post, PM Modi wrote, “At the invitation of @POTUS @JoeBiden, I am visiting USA to continue our dialogue, and exchange views on areas of mutual interest. Also looking forward to meet @VP @KamalaHarris to discuss global issues and explore ideas for cooperation between.”zzz

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PM Modi To Bring Home 157 Artefacts & Antiques

Prime M Modi will bring home 157 artefacts and antiquities handed over by the US during his three-day visit. The collection range from exquisite bronze Nataraja from the 12th Century to a bas relief panel of Revanta in sandstone from the 10th Century. The prime minister has reportedly appreciated the gesture the the US.

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