Narendra Modi in New York: Meets World Leaders and Top Business CEOs

Published: 25th September 2015 09:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th September 2015 09:46 AM   |  A+A-


Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Guyana's President David Arthur Granger here today.

India’s relations with Guyana are warm and cordial with a high degree of understanding. The interaction is structured through periodic Joint Commissions, Foreign Office Consultations, Cultural Exchange Programme and ITEC. Though structured bilateral visits are not very frequent, there are meetings of leaders at international conferences, either in India or abroad.


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Giving a push to his ‘Make in India’ initiative, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met top business honchos over dinner at an event coordinated by Fortune here today.

The CEOs of Cisco, Mastercard, Boeing, Sandisk, Pepsico, IBM and Ford were present among others during the meeting.

Prime Minister Modi began his engagements in New York with a roundtable on financial sector with about 15 business leaders of the United States of America.

He also participated in a roundtable on ‘Media, Technology and communications- Growth Story for India’ which witnessed the participation of about 15 CEOs of top media firms including Rupert Murdoch.

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