About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg
About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg
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India’s Independence Day highlights rift between ‘Howdy Modi’ supporters and critics in US

  • Indians in the US will hoist their national flag in New York’s Times Square on Saturday, but not all of them support Narendra Modi’s BJP government
  • This comes as India’s diaspora cheers the nomination of Kamala Harris in the US election, and as India and the US experience worsening ties with China

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About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg
About 50,000 Indian-Americans attended a ‘Howdy Modi’ event in Houston last September. But not all of the Indian diaspora in the country supports his government. Photo: Bloomberg
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