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DNAHM115341 | 9/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :495 | India

Modi Takes Japan PM Shinzo Abe To Sabarmati Ashram, Sidi Sayyed Mosque On Day 1 Of Visit

Ahmedabad: A massive roadshow, a visit to Sabarmati Ashram and the historic Sidi Sayyed Mosque were among the highlights of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe’s first day of the Gujarat visit on Wednesday.
Breaking protocol, Prime Minister Modi personally welcomed Abe and Japan’s First Lady Akie Abe at the Ahmedabad airport upon their arrival, reflecting the close bonding the two leaders have forged over several meetings. Modi held Abe in his characteristic bear hug. Signifying the growing ties between the two Asiatic economies, Abe changed into a kurta-pajama coupled with a blue jacket, similar to what Modi is often seen wearing, while his wife wore a pink Punjabi dress for the open vehicle, 8-km roa
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