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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has had a virtual summit with Prime Minister Scott Morrison today. As the friendship grows stronger, so does the list of Indian dishes Prime Minister Morrison is going to try his hands on. On the weekend, it was Scomosas or samosas with Mango Chuttney which Mr Morrison again mentioned in the summit. And not it will be Gujarati Khichadi another favourite of Modi as per Mr Morrison’s recollections. And Mr Morrison promised Mr Modi when they ...
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