French daily paper Le Monde declines to run Narendra Modi’s interview

An prominent French daily paper Le Monde declined to run Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interview after it was advised to publish his composed answers and not to interface with him.

Le Monde’s South Asia journalist Julien Bouissou tweeted, “Le Monde declined to run a interview of Narendra Modi after we were advised to distribute composed answers, not to associate with him.”

The Prime Minister’s Office has rather arranged an email meeting with Le Figaro

Modi landed in France on Thursday night, the first leg of his three-country visit. During his four-day stay, Modi will hold converses with President Francois Hollande and meet business pioneers. The center of the discussions will be thoughtful atomic, resistance and exchange.

The two pioneers are likewise anticipated that would uncover Franco-Indian stamps. The highlight of the excursion will be a watercraft ride on the Seine stream which is being portrayed as ‘Naav pe charcha’.

In France, the Prime Minister will likewise visit the World War-I commemoration and pay tributes to around 10,000 Indians who lost their lives while battling nearby France. He will likewise visit UNESCO base camp, Airbus office and French space organization office.

In the wake of wrapping up the first leg of his visit, Modi will go to Germany and Canada

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