Modi reaches Canada, Nuclear Energy, Tech, and Trade to be on Focus


Ottawa, April 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Canada on the final leg of three-nation tour. This is the first bilateral visit of Indian PM to the country in 42 years. Major deals on uranium, trade and technology are likely to be signed between two countries.

Modi arrived in Ottawa on late Tuesday night. He was greeted at the airport by the Canadian defence minister Jason Kenney and a team of delegations. Later, Modi went to Fairmont Hotel in Ottawa where hundreds of his fans had gathered and shouted Modi Modi to get a glimpse of their leader on Canada soil. Modi was seen interacting with the gathering and shaking hands.

Modi is likely to address the Indian Diaspora here. He will visit Swami Narayan temple where he will offer prayer and puja.

During his three-day visit to Canada, Modi will meet his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper and discuss several issues including nuclear energy, trade, and technology. He will push the Make in India initiative and invite the Canada businessmen to invest in India for growth and development.

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