HYDERABAD, INDIA — Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is on a five-day State visit to India, arrived in Hyderabad on Friday.
He came here by a special chartered plane from New Delhi. As PM Deuba landed at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, he was welcomed by Deputy Chief Minister and Chief Secretary of Telangana State.
PM’s delegation comprises Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Jitendra Dev, lawmakers and high-level officials.
In Hyderabad, PM Deuba observed an IT and computer software developing company, Infosys. He enquired about the achievements gained at IT sector at Telangana State and Infosys research.
The PM also visited the Infosys campus. On the occasion, PM Deuba was also briefed how the State has used the IT to deliver government services.
Similarly, the officers at the Infosys suggested PM Deuba that Nepal could also use such IT as a pilot project.
Telangana State Governor calls on PM Deuba
Similarly, Telangana State Governor E.S.L Narasimhan called on PM Deuba on Friday.
During the meeting, talks were held on Nepal-India relations and many other contemporary issues, according to Nepal’s Ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyay.
Likewise, the Governor organized a reception this evening in honor of Prime Minister Deuba.
PM Deuba is scheduled to pay homage to Tirupati Balaji tomorrow. RSS