#Howdy_Modi_2019 vs #Namaste_Trump_2020, Which one was more impressive between both of them events?

Howdy Modi vs Namaste Trump, Which one was impressive between both of them events.

Hlo Guys, i am your friend Sunny, and i came here again with some interesting topics, but this time i am here with an informational things. Over the years, there have been some incidents happened in all countries of the world. Due to which all the people of the country and abroad have been affected. And in today's time, all countries want to improve their relations with the leaders of every country and the government of there. And in this episode, over the years, relations between India and the United States have improved a lot. And last some years in between all this, the powerful leaders of both the countries (Narendra Modi from India and Donald Trump from USA) visited each other's country. So just today we will talk about these two events how the leaders of the two countries visited each other country, and what happened in both events. Why both events name was called by name 'Howdy Modi' & ‘Namstey Trump’? Let us find out. I have collected this all information through Google, through of news channels and through newspapers. If there is any wrong information in this blog, then ofcousre please let me know.
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What is 'Howdy Modi'?

The event was organised on 22 September 2019 in Houston, Texas where about 50,000 people of Indian origin from across the US attended the event. It was the largest ever gathering of the Indian-origin that took place for the first time and addressed by PM Narendra Modi and US President, Donald Trump.As we know that in Texas the common way of greeting is to say Howdy which means 'How are you?’. Therefore, 'Howdy Modi' means 'How are you, Modi?' It was the biggest event held for a foreign minister. When PM Narendra Modi arrived in Houston, he tweeted, 'Howdy Houston'. The President of the United States, Donald Trump had also joined the event with PM Narendra Modi.
PM Narendra Modi was on a seven-day visit in the United States from September 21 to 27.

The prime minister's scheduled includes multi-lateral engagements, bilateral meetings and an address to the Indian diaspora at the "Howdy, Modi" event in Houston Texas. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on his seven-day visit to the United States to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address at Howdy Modi event “today we are writing new history here, also writing a new chemistry. This scene and atmosphere is unimaginable. This scene is a witness to the growing friendship between India and America. He said, the presence of this immense population is not limited to arrhythmic only. Today we are seeing a new history being made here and a new chemistry as well. I have come to know that thousands of people had registered to come here but could not come here due to lack of space. I
apologize to those who could not come here.

The Prime Minister said, I also praise the Houston administration for making such a huge preparation in such a short time and took over this task. Energy of NRG (stadium name) is a witness to the growing synergy between India and America. The event is being called #HowdyModi but I am nobody, I am a common man working on the instructions of 130 crore Indians. Earlier, President Trump said, "It is a privilege for me that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is present here today." He is present here among the people of 50 thousand Indian communities. I am very thrilled to be here. PM Modi is doing a very good job in India. India is a very good friend of America. Our dreams are shared, the future is bright. I am very happy to be in this historical program. President Trump said, 'I am very proud of every overseas Indian, Indians living in America are proud. India has become stronger under the leadership of PM Modi. The world is seeing India as a strong country under Modi's tenure. 30 million people came out of poverty under Modi rule. America is setting new records in the economy every day. The constitution of both the countries starts with 'We the People'. On the lines of 'Modi government', he encouraged them by saying 'this time, Trump government'.

Full schedule of PM Modi during his US visit:

On September 21, 2019 (Houston was 10:30 hrs behind New Delhi) at 12:35 hrs (11.05 pm on Saturday), PM Modi was arrived at the George Bush International Airport in Houston. At 18:00 hrs (4.30 am on Sunday), a round-table meeting with oil-sector CEOs (Hotel Post Oak) was scheduled to take place. It was the first engagements of PM Modi in a round-table meeting with the top CEOs and representatives from sixteen energy majors of the US. The PM had a photo opportunity with PIOs and a brief interaction with the NRIs.

On September 22, PM Modi was attend the "Howdy, Modi" event at NRG stadium in Houston. PM Modi addressed a gathering of close to 50,000 people at the event. The cultural programme was begin and continue till 10:30 am (9:00 pm IST). The event ended by 12:30 pm (11:00 pm IST). The "Howdy, Modi" program was broadcasted live in Hindi, English and Spanish languages followed by an address by PM Modi and President Donald Trump.

PM Modi's address in Houston
Post the event, PM Modi was separately interacted with the US Congress members before leaving for New York for the UN General Assembly session and other engagements. PM Modi and President Donald Trump meet on two occasions during the former's visit to the US. The first occasion was when President Trump addressed the 'Howdy Modi' event in Houston on September 22. The second instance when the two leaders meet for a bilateral meeting on the side-lines of the UNGA session in New York on September 24.



On September 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Climate Action Summit hosted by UN Secretary General (UNSG) Antonio Guterres.  PM Modi then attended an event on universal health coverage which was also hosted by the UNSG. PM Modi was showcased India's 'Ayushman Bharat' program at this event. It was followed by a leaders' dialogue on strategic response to terrorist and violent extremist narratives. The dialogued jointly hosted by the King of Jordan, President of France, Prime Minister of New Zealand and the UNSG. It attended by PM Modi, Presidents of Kenya and Indonesia, Prime Minister of UK, German chancellor, all.

On September 24, PM Modi was scheduled to co-chair the India-Pacific island states leaders meet which was followed by lunch hosted by the UNSG.  PM Modi also joined some Heads of Government and Heads of States, including UNSG Antonio Guterres. There were three launches at the event:
1. Gandhi Solar Park: Installation of solar panels on the rooftop of the UN building in New York from a grant of $1 million that India has given.
2. Remote inauguration of the Gandhi Peace Garden in a university,
3. Release of a UN postage stamp.
PM Modi was awarded with the 'Global Goalkeepers Award' at Lincoln Centre by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for leadership in the field of sanitation through ‘Swachch Bharat Abhiyan’.

On September 25, Prime Minister will chair the Bloomberg Business forum followed by a conversation with Mr. Bloomberg. Then, an investment round-table meeting will take place organised by the Government of India and Invest India with CEOs of over 40 companies.

On September 27, PM Modi was address the United Nations General Assembly session in the first half of the day (approximately 9 pm IST). This was the prime minister's second address at the UNGA. The first was in 2014. PM Modi and the Foreign Minister were also scheduled to attend various bilateral and plurilateral meetings on the side-lines of the UNGA session.

Key points of the 'Howdy Modi' event:

- Farewell has been given to Article 370 by the PM Narendra Modi.
- The event tagline was ‘Shared Dreams, Bright Futures’. It was focus on the contribution of Indo-Americans in the United States and also a strong and lasting partnership between India and the US.
- Some cultural programmes were performed by Indian-American artists from Texas.
- PM Narendra Modi announced to slash the corporate tax, He also said it is time to give farewell to outdated laws and complicated tax structure.
- PM Narendra Modi told that time has come to battle against terrorism and against those who promote terror.
- Focused to generate a transparent ecosystem to ensure development.
- PM Narendra Modi told to leverage Digital India for Ease of Living.
- On the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, PM Modi gave a tribute to him.
- He also focused on diversity which is the foundation of our vibrant democracy.
- Border security is crucial to both the US and India.

Therefore, the event that was organised by TIF in Houston, Texas for PM Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump on 22 September 2019 at NRG Stadium is famous as Howdy Modi event. In Texas Howdy means ‘How are you’ and PM Narendra Modi was greeted by saying ‘Howdy Modi’ so it becomes famous.


(Namastey Trump) नमस्ते ट्रम्प!

And now let's talk about one more event which was named Namaste Trump. Namaste Trump was a rally in Ahmedabad, India on February 24, 2020. US President Donald Trump was hosted along with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad. The event named "Namaste Trump" was a response to the "Howdy Modi" event held in Houston, Texas in September 2019. The attendance of over 110,000 people was reported, which was over 125,000", across the stands of the world’s biggest cricket stadium. The 125,000-strong crowd who had gathered to welcome to US president on his first visit to India alongside the Indian prime minister, this was still thought to be the largest rally that the president had ever addressed, at a rally dubbed “Namaste Trump”. "America loves India, respects India," Trump said, he stepped out address the rally.

During his maiden visit to India on February 24-25, President Trump and First Lady Melania were given a rousing welcome in the presence of more than one lakh people at the Motera stadium in Gujarat's Ahmedabad city. Prior to arriving at the stadium, Trump visited the historic Sabarmati Ashram, where Mahatma Gandhi and his wife had lived for over a decade. Eschewing the opulent feasts usually laid out for visiting presidents, the ashram offered Trump and Melania assorted canned juice, biscuits and the typical Gujarati street food snacks of khaman and samosas.

















After Sabarmati Ashram they arrived in stadium. And after this, PM Narendra Modi and USA President Donald Trump addressed the public. ‘Namaste Trump’ seemed like a reprise of ‘Howdy Modi’, as the audience waited for the show to begin, they were regaled to a soundtrack of classic pop hits. The last song belted out by the sound system, just before Trump’s arrival, was ‘Macho Man’ by Village People. There were loud cheers as Modi escorted Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, into the 110,000-strong stadium. When Modi began to speak, the audience started to chant his name. He invited the crowd to repeat slogans of ‘Bharat mata ki jai’, ‘Namaste Trump’ and ‘Long live India-US friendship‘. “There is so much that we share – shared values and ideals, shared spirit of enterprise and innovation, shared opportunities and challenges, shared hopes and aspirations. I am very happy that under the leadership of President Trump, friendship of India and the United States has further deepened and that is why this visit marks a new chapter that will script a new era of progress and prosperity of India and United States,” Modi said at stadium. Modi was equally exuberant in his compliments for Trump and led the crowds in a chant of “Namaste Trump” which loosely translates as “welcome Trump”. “India-US relations are no longer just another partnership, it’s a far greater and closer relationship,” said the Indian prime minister. The effusive bond between the two leaders was on full display, and Trump delivered a gushing speech paying tribute to an “exceptional leader ... and a man I am proud to call my true friend”, while Modi sat behind him looking pleased. “Everybody loves him but I will tell you this, he is very tough,” added Trump, who unusually did not appear to divert from his speech script at all. About five months after their joint rally, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump spoke extensively on the achievements of their governments and patted each other’s backs as they addressed crowds at the biggest cricket stadium in India.


The US president is in the final year of his first term and has already started his re-election campaign. Modi asserted that Trump “thinks big and what he has done for realising the American dream is well known”. He also went on to specifically name all the family members accompanying Trump. The First Lady was praised for her programme for “Healthy and Happy America”. Modi reminded First Daughter, who is also Advisor to President, Ivanka Trump that she had wanted to visit India again after her last visit two years ago for the Global Entrepreneurship summit. On the son-in-law, Modi said, “Jared, you are known to stay away from the limelight yet what you do is very effective and has a far reaching impact. Whenever you meet, you often mention your Indian friends. I am very happy to meet you again”. Kushner, who is also senior advisor to President, has been the White House’s key person liaising with Arab governments and crafting the recently unveiled Mideast Peace Plan, which has been rejected by Palestinian leaders. Kushner had an Indian roommate during his college years.

In his own speech, Trump also heaped praise on Modi as a “great champion of India” and “the man who works night and day for India and am proud to call my true friend”. By referring to the Indian prime minister’s ‘chaiwala’ origin, Trump claimed that the Modi’s life “underscored the limitless promises of this great nation”. “Everybody loves him, but I will tell you this, he is very tough,” he said, as the audience again chanted ‘Modi, Modi’.Trump said the US first couple have “just travelled 8,000 miles to deliver this message that America loves India, America respects India and America will always be loyal and faithful friend to Indian people”. I may never be excited again about a crowd after going to India: Trump told supporters at rally.Just like Modi had talked about India’s unity and then referred to the ‘Statue of Unity’, Trump also praised the South Asian nation as an “example of unity”. The US president recounted the “incredible rise” that had multiplied India’s economy six times since independence. Trump then said that Modi’s rule had brought electricity to all villages in India and increased access to cooking gas in 70 million households.



He mentioned a lot of Indian references from festivals like Holi and Diwali to mention of Bollywood films like ‘DDLJ and Sholay, to cricket stars like Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli. “India has always been admired around the Earth as the place where millions upon millions of Hindus and Muslims, Sikhs and Jains, Christians and Jews worship side by side in harmony,” said Trump.
Listing the “sights” of India, Trump mentioned the sacred banks of the Ganga, the Golden Temple and the Jama Masjid, along with the Himalayas and Goa’s beaches. Later on bilateral ties, he said that the US “should be India’s premier defence partner”, with both together ensuring a “free and open Indo-Pacific region”. “As we continue to build our defence cooperation, the US looks forward to providing India with some of the best and most feared military equipment on the planet. We make the greatest weapons ever made,” he stated. To cheers from the crowd, Trump announced that an agreement will be signed on Tuesday to sell $3 billion worth of military helicopters to India. So far, India has procured over $18 billion worth of defence equipment from the US. “Under my administration, we unleashed the full power of American military on bloodthirsty killers of ISIS. Today ISIS territorial caliphate is 100 percent destroyed. Monster Al Baghdadi is dead.”

Stating that US and India were committed to working together to stop terrorists and their ideology, On trade, Trump promised that there was going to be a “very very major – among the biggest ever – trade deals”. “We are in the early stages of negotiations of an incredible trade agreement,” Trump said, adding that he was “optimistic” of working to reach a “fantastic deal” with the Indian prime minister. Noting that the US’s relationship with Pakistan “was a very good one”, he added, “Thanks to these efforts we are beginning to see signs of big progress with Pakistan and we are hopeful for reduced tensions, greater stability & the future of harmony for all of the nations of South Asia.”
After Trump’s speech, Modi again spoke to thank the US President, in which he again listed the achievements of his government. While the event began around 1.30 pm, the audience at the stadium had been allowed entry in the early hours of the morning due to security reasons. As the hot afternoon sun beat down, some of the crowd started to leave for the exit, even before Trump had finished his remarks. The rally ended with the sound system playing Rolling Stones’. ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’. The US presidential cavalcade left the stadium to take the flight to Agra to look at the Taj Mahal.


There were three agreements between India and America in this tour. In a joint press conference of the two leaders, PM Modi said that the relationship between India and America is the most important partnership of the 21st century. On the first day of their tour, Donald Trump and Melania Trump traveled to Agra after arriving in Ahmedabad, where they crowned the Taj. That night, dinner was held at Trump's honour in the Rashtrapati Bhavan at eight o'clock and then at 10 o'clock Trump and his wife returned to America. The US State Department has described President Donald Trump's visit to India as very meaningful in terms of cooperation in business, strategic and many other areas. It is worth mentioning that President Trump had come on a two-day visit to India from February 24-25 and during this time there were many agreements between the two countries.


Donald Trump India visit 2020 Summary

February 24 – On the first day of Trump’s India visit, the US President and First Lady Melania Trump was in PM Modi’s native state of Gujarat. President Trump and his wife were landed at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad at around 12 PM. PM Modi was there to received him at the Airport. President Trump received the Guard of Honour and there were a cultural reception for both of him. PM Modi, President Trump, First Lady Melania visited Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad.  After that, there was a grand roadshow on the streets of Ahmedabad leading to the newly built Motera Stadium. PM Modi and President Trump had scheduled to inaugurate Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Motera. The stadium was touted to become the world’s largest cricket stadium with a seating capacity of over one lakh spectators. At the Motera stadium, the ‘Namaste Trump Event’ was held and PM Modi and President Trump had addressed a gathering of over one lakh. As per the schedule, President Trump along with First Lady Melania had proceeded to Agra at around 3:30 PM. At around 4:30 PM, President Trump and Melania had reached Agra. They received by UP CM (Yogi Adityanath). The scheduled for the Taj Visit was fixed at around 5 PM. However, there was no official information available regarding this. After staying at Taj Mahal for half an hour, both President Trump and Melania had head towards Delhi.



February 25 – On the second day of his visit to India, President Trump was scheduled to hold bilateral meetings. There had a ceremonial welcome at the forecourts of Rashtrapati Bhawan at 9 AM. President Trump was then be visited Rajghat, Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial. President Trump had layed the wreath at Rajghat and observe one-minute silence, as per ANI report. The bilateral meeting, one-to-one meeting and Bilateral Delegation level talks was scheduled at Hyderabad House in the national capital. After that, there was a lunch at Hyderabad House for President Trump, First Lady Melania, hosted by PM Modi. After that, Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had meeting President Trump at ITC Maurya Hotel in the national capital, as per ANI report.At around 4:30 PM, President Trump was meeting with the US Embassy staff and a reception event had been planned at the US Embassy. Following that there was Presidential trump welcomed at Rashtrapati Bhavan at around 7PM hosted by President Ram Nath Kovind. At 10 PM, President Trump was leave for the US.


Highlights of Namaste Trump

• Trump came on a two-day visit to India from 24-25 February,
• The US State Department has described the visit is worthwhile,
• Donald Trump still speaks at his conference that he does not forget his visit to India,
• Donald trump visit Motera stadium after visited the historic Sabarmati Ashram, after this he and his wife left for Agra (Taj Mahal). Where he and his wife seen beautiful Tajmahal and took a lot of photographed.
• India is buying attack helicopters and other US military equipment worth $3bn. And another deal with Exxon Mobil will see India importing more Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) from the US. Both were easy giveaways for India.
• Mr Trump and Mr Modi's "bromance" was on full display in this visit and that has very much become the cornerstone of the relationship between the two countries.


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