Hundreds of Indian-Americans in Times Square to watch PM Narendra Modi

Hundreds of Indian-Americans on Sunday gathered in the iconic Times Square here to watch the telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at the Madison Square Garden.

Hundreds of Indian-Americans in Times Square to watch PM Narendra Modi

New York: Hundreds of Indian-Americans on Sunday gathered in the iconic Times Square here to watch the telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at the Madison Square Garden.

A large number of men, women and children have gathered in the Times Square to watch the 'live' telecast of Modi's address to the Indian-American community.

The crowd gathered in the Times Square cheered and shouted for the Prime Minister.

Modi's address is being beemed 'live' via a big screen in the Times Sqaure. However, people can only see the Prime Minister speak and cannot hear him.

There was a tremendous interest in the community in the US-India relationship. The event at Madison Square Garden has been oversubscribed by more than 10,000 people.

At 16.4 per cent, Indian-Americans are the third largest Asian-American group in the US, numbering 2.8 million, which is almost 1 per cent of the US population. 

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