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World has 'great expectations' from India, says PM Narendra Modi

IndiaTimes Monday, 30 September 2019
PM Narendra Modi on Monday said the world has "great expectations" from India, and asserted that his government will lead the country to a path of "greatness" where it will be beneficial to the entire globe. On his first visit to Tamil Nadu after retaining power in Lok Sabha polls, the PM reiterated his campaign against single-use plastic.
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