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US President Donald Trump received a ceremonial welcome at the presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan this morning before talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi over defence and trade deals on a packed day in Delhi, where he arrived last night after visiting Ahmedabad and Agra. He is also expected to address the media at 5 pm.
Upon his arrival at the Agra airport, the Trumps were received by Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Several folk artists also performed at the airport to welcome the Trumps.
Trump and Modi will jointly address the “Namaste Trump” event, which is expected to begin at 12.30pm at Motera Stadium, the world’s largest cricket stadium.
According to officials, Chief Minister Adityanath will remain in Agra during Trump's visit here, where he is scheduled to visit the famous Taj Mahal.
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More than 28 stages have been set up where artists dressed in traditional attire will present folk dances, music and yoga pose.
On Facebook, PM Modi has more than 44 million followers while US President Donald Trump comes a distant second, with close to 27.5 million followers.