Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interaction with world leaders and top international business tycoons during his second United States tour is being closely followed, discussed and debated upon both in India and abroad.
Modi had an eventful first day as he met the top US CEOs and invited them to invest in India.
Here is what you can expect during the remaining four days of his high-profile trip:
Modi is expected to meet King of Jordan, Abdullah.
The PM is scheduled to attend a United Nations summit.
Modi arrives at San Jose.
He is scheduled to host a lunch with members of city’s Indian community.
He will host the Digital India and Digital Technology dinner. He will probably visit the office of Tesla motors, call on CEO of Apple Tim Cook, and visit the Google headquarters.
He will also visit the famed new campus of Facebook and its cultural centre the Hacker Square.
A meeting with governor of California Edmund G Brown is also lined up.
Modi is scheduled to attend a conference on renewable energy with experts from US department of commerce (USDOC) and Stanford university.
Session with founders of start-ups and also address the Indian community at SAP centre in San Jos
Modi back in New York
India will host a summit of G-4 countries, the leading proponents of UN Security Council expansion, in New York.
Modi is expected to meet US President Barack Obama.
He is also scheduled to meet Salman Khan, educator and entrepreneur, who founded the Khan Academy.
Before leaving US, Modi is expected to attend a summit on peacekeeping operations.