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Trump’s 36 hours in India

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President Trump on Monday became the seventh U.S. leader to visit India while in office. Upon landing in Ahmedabad — in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat — he was met with pomp and circumstance: Modi greeted him on the tarmac, thousands of well-wishers lined the route from the airport to his next stop, and about 100,000 showed up for a rally called “Namaste Trump” at the world’s largest cricket stadium.

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Before the rally, Trump visited the ashram where Mohandas Gandhi, India’s revered independence leader, lived for 13 years.

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From the ashram, Trump made his way to Sardar Patel Stadium, also known as Motera stadium, where he and Modi addressed a massive, cheering crowd.

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“America loves India, America respects India, and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people,” Trump said in his speech.

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“The America-India relationship is no longer just another relationship, but an inclusive and exhaustive partnership,” Modi said Monday.

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Leftist students protest Trump's visit in Kolkata on Monday.

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Hours before Trump arrived in the capital, supporters and opponents of a new citizenship law clashed in parts of New Delhi. Two people were killed in the violence.

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Air Force One travels from Ahmedabad to Agra, India, on Monday. Trump's trip continues in New Delhi on Tuesday.

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Trump’s visit continued Tuesday in New Delhi, where he attended meetings and took part in ceremonies.

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Trump and Modi arrive for a news conference at Hyderabad House on Tuesday.

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First lady Melania Trump claps for children at the Sarvodaya Co-Education Senior Secondary School in Moti Bagh, in New Delhi.

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Police officers detain members of the Communist Party of India (CPI) protesting Trump's visit in Hyderabad, India, on Tuesday.

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The Trumps prepare to plant a magnolia tree at Raj Ghat in New Delhi.

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Trump scatters flower petals at Raj Ghat, the memorial for Mohandas Gandhi.

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Workers prepare for a reception for Trump at Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Indian presidential palace.

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The Trumps stand alongside Indian President Ram Nath Kovind and his wife Savita Kovind during a state banquet at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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