Trump campaign’s ‘4 more years’ video featuring PM Modi becomes blockbuster success, gains 10 million-plus impressions
The video titled 4 more years was released in August this year as part of the Trump campaign ahead of the US presidential elections
Donald Trump’s campaign releases video featuring PM Modi to woo Indian-American voters ahead of elections
America uses video featuring PM Narendra Modi from Houston and Ahmedabad events to woo Indian-American voters.
Some claim that the 'Namaste Trump' event is responsible for the high number of cases that is being observed in Ahmedabad.
After Donald Trump and his son, Ivanka Trump shares Indian memes to appreciate the warmth of Indians
Ivanka Trump shares memes of her photos posted on Twitter, "It was an experience I will never forget", she says
Defence deals, MoUs and cooperation: PM Modi says India-US ready for a ‘Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership’
"The President and his delegation are once again welcomed in India. I'm particularly happy that he has come with his family on this journey", said PM Modi.
Violence in several parts of Delhi appears orchestrated to coincide with US President’s India visit: MHA sources
Several parts of Northeast Delhi have witnessed extensive incidents of violence and arson
Islamic terrorism, Defence Deal, Pakistan, China: 6 key takeaways from US President Donald Trump speech during India visit
US President Donald Trump in his speech during his visit said that America loves India and will always remain faithful to the people
CPI(M)’s Sitaram Yechury unhappy that Donald Trump called India a developed country and Modi agreed with it
Calling the mega 'Namaste Trump' event a 'tamasha' he had expressed happiness that the event was being boycotted by many 'activists'.
Donald Trump is reportedly the first US President to visit the Sabarmati Ashram.
President Donald Trump receives a warm welcome sprinkled with the colours of Indian culture: Here are some images
US President Donald Trump along with his wife Melania Trump, daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner are on a two-day visit to India from February 24, 2020
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