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Indians raise their tied hands and shout slogans during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act in New Delhi, India, Dec. 27, 2019. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on Monday announced rules to implement a 2019 citizenship law that critics say is discriminatory against Muslims, weeks before the Hindu nationalist leader will seek a third term in office. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi performs rituals during the opening of a temple dedicated to Hinduism's Lord Ram in Ayodhya, India, Monday. Press Information Bureau/AP hide caption

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India's Modi inaugurates a long-promised but controversial Hindu temple in Ayodhya

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, walks past India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi as they take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at Raj Ghat (Mahatma Gandhi's cremation site) during the G20 Summit in New Delhi, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023. Sean Kilpatrick/AP hide caption

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President Biden shakes hands with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi after announcing a new corridor to link India to the Middle East and Europe. Ludovic Marin/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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At the G20, Biden joins forces with India and the Middle East, sidelining China

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President Biden speaks at the White House on Sept. 6. He's scheduled to leave this week on a trip to India and Vietnam. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden is off to India and Vietnam. It's part of his push to counter China's influence

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The main course of the dinner includes a stuffed portobello mushroom and creamy saffron-infused risotto. A fish entree is available to order upon request. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators rallied outside Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's residence in New Delhi, June 14, 1975. Less than two weeks later, her government imposed a period of authoritarian rule called the "Emergency." It lasted for nearly two years. Anonymous/AP hide caption

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A man walks past a wall mural of Humayun's Tomb under the logo of the Group of 20 summit, in New Delhi on Jan. 4. Sajjad Hussain/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Students watch security personnel guard the main gate of Jamia Millia Islamia university Wednesday in New Delhi, India. A student group said it planned to screen a banned documentary that examines Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's role during 2002 anti-Muslim riots, prompting dozens of police equipped with tear gas and riot gear to gather outside campus gates. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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President Biden meets virtually with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus in Washington on Monday. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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The U.S. and India — democracies and friends — agree to disagree on the Ukraine war

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Supporters of All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, a group of farmers' organizations, hold flags during a protest to mark one year since the introduction of divisive farm laws and to demand the withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill, in Hyderabad, India, on Thursday. Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A bulldozer loads coal onto railway wagons at the Jharia coalfield in Dhanbad in India's Jharkhand state. Gautam Dey/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In India, which ranks 142 out of 180 countries for safety and freedom of the press, journalists have braved backlash to take a firmer stance against Prime Minister Modi's handling of the pandemic after the country's deadly second wave this spring. Xavier Galiana/Getty Images hide caption

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India's Worst COVID Outbreak Yet Forces Journalists to Criticize Modi Leadership

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In New Delhi on Monday, family members cremate the body of a person who died after contracting COVID-19. Mayank Makhija/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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'This Government Has Failed Us': Anger Rises In India Over PM Modi's COVID Response

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Russian President Vladimir Putin hands President Trump a World Cup soccer ball during a joint news conference after their July 2018 summit in Helsinki. Chris McGrath/Getty Images hide caption

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A man holds up an Indian flag during a rally with President Trump and Prime Minister Modi in Houston in September 2019. Trump and Modi have spoken of their friendship, but most Indian Americans say U.S.-India ties are low on their political priorities. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Trump-Modi Friendship, Survey Says Indian Americans Back Biden

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A man walks a deserted road in New Delhi. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked Tuesday that residents across the country stay where they are in order to help stem the spread of the coronavirus and the deadly disease it can cause, COVID-19. Jewel Samad/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for a joint press conference in New Delhi on Tuesday. Prakash Singh/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump speaks at the "Namaste Trump" event at Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium in Ahmedabad, India, on Monday as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks on. Trump said the two leaders were discussing a possible trade deal and called Modi "a very tough negotiator." Alexander Drago/Reuters hide caption

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'Namaste Trump!' India's Modi Welcomes U.S. Leader With An Epic Party

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