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Spectacle and photo-ops aside, Donald Trump to talk religious freedom, India-Pak, and trade issues with PM Modi

IndiaTimes Saturday, 22 February 2020
Previewing Trump’s 34-hour State visit to India starting in Ahmedabad on Monday, senior US administration officials told journalists that the overarching purpose of the visit though is to illustrate the strength of US-India ties.
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