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Gaurav leaving for US

Kaliabor MP Gaurav Gogoi is leaving for the USA to cover a series of programmes on behalf of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. During his weeklong trip, the MP from Assam will participate in the India-US Forum of Parliamentarians from October 4 to 9.

Gogoi is scheduled to participate in a programe at the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University on the US policy towards Afghanistan and Pakistan, US-Sino relations and their implications for India.

Apart from it, he will deliver a speech on the challenges facing India, major opportunities and implementation of projects in constituencies. He will also speak at the George Washington University in DC and the Columbia University in New York.


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