- I want Visva Bharati to reach out to over 100 villages and help them evolve: PM
- Jodi Tor Daak Shune Keu Na Ase Tobe Ekla Chalo Re: Modi
- PM Modi remembers Rabindranath Tagore, says his legacy is not just limited to India, ‘Gurudev’ is still a ‘global citizen’
- Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is present with us. India & Bangladesh are two separate countries, but our interests are connected. Be it culture or public policy, we learn a lot from each other. One such example is Bangladesh Bhavan: PM Modi
- Tagore will always be remembered as a global citizen: PM
- ‘I am here as a Chancellor, not a guest’: Modi
- West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh, BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha and party leader Mukul Roy also present at the event.
- Chaos broke out as students break barricades to get near to the stage.
- It is my privilege that I have got this opportunity to spend time on Rabindranath Tagore’s soil:Modi
- “As your chancellor, I apologize for the inconvenience that has been caused to you, including lack of drinking water”
- Modi speaking at the convocation of Visva Bharati University
- Students chant ‘Modi, Modi’
- Modi, Sheikh Hasina, Mamata Banerjee arrive at the ceremony
- PM Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in SantiNiketan. Both leaders will shortly inaugurate Bangladesh Bhavan
- PM Narendra Modi arrives in Shanti Niketan to attend the convocation of Visva Bharati University, received by West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
Bolpur: PM Modi arrives in West Bengal where he would inaugurate ‘Bangladesh Bhavan’, along with PM of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina and attend the convocation ceremony of Visva-Bharati University.
PM Narendra Modi has arrived in Kolkata from where he will head to Santiniketan in Birbhum district, He was received by Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi and Union Minister Babul Supriyo. PM will attend the convocation of Visva Bharati University in Santiniketan.
The Bangladesh Bhavan features a museum that showcases Rabindranath Tagore’s association with the country, the Liberation War of Bangladesh and Indo-Bangla relations.
It was built at a cost of Rs 25 crore, which was provided by the Bangladesh government. A fund of Rs 10 crore would be given to help to maintain the museum premises.