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The Republic Day 2015 celebrations in India

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Published on January 30, 2015 with No Comments

The Republic Day 2015 celebrations in India are sure to go down in the pages of history with the most powerful man on the earth, US President Barack Obama, attending the Republic Day Parade in India. The chief guest being the most distinguished personality, security was at its peak leaving no room for complaints. Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States, garnered a lot of the attention ever since her visit to the country was made certain. Fashion police in the country were all excited with discussions of which Indian outfit would look best on her.




When US President Barack Obama was present at the joint media interaction, some journalists mentioned Narendra Modi’s Chai Pe Charcha and whether he was aware of it. Through his Chai Pe Charcha campaign, Narendra Modi, with humble beginnings as a tea-seller, connected to the voters during the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections. Obama replied, “Prime Minister Modi, thank you for hosting me, including our ‘Chai Pe Charcha’. We need more of those in the White House. But even as this visit is rich with symbolism, we made substantive progress.

The body language shared by the world leaders has garnered a lot of attention with everyone saying that the duo looked like childhood friends. It has been said that the chemistry was developed between them during Modi’s visit to Washington, D.C. in 2014. Their chemistry came into the limelight when they sat down on a single-seater sofa laid down in the Hyderabad House garden. Modi  was seen casually chatting with Obama, as he poured tea for the US Prez from a white cup and saucer. This showed the rapport shared by them.



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