Presidential Candidate Meira Kumar and Congress office bearer Randeep Surjewala address a press conference in New Delhi on Tuesday. Pic/ PTI
India will soon take a decision on granting five-year business and tourist visa to Dutch passport holders, PM Modi has said. He made the announcement while addressing the Indian diaspora here just before concluding his day-long visit to The Netherlands, which has the second largest population of the people of Indian origin after the UK.
In his hour-long speech, Modi mostly focussed on his government's efforts aimed at women's empowerment as he talked about the endeavour to ensure progress and modernisation of India.
PM Modi was received by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as he returned after concluding his three-nation tour of Portugal.
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