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The day long fest, which will begin at 12 noon and end at 7 p.m. with fireworks, is free for all.

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Ahluwalia in just one hour has painted a staggering 511 armbands in February 2012, beating her own previous record of 314 armbands in 2008 by a mind-blowing 197 armbands.

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Being the first social media-savvy politician of India with a keen eye for what to let consumers enjoy, the prime minister was at home at Facebook's headquarters.

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The audiovisual (AV) biofeedback system his team has developed addresses the issue of errors cropping up in medical imaging that could lead to reduced quality of treatment.

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More than 45,000 people had registered for free passes for the event organised by an Indian American group at the 18,000-seat SAP Centre.

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Satyal,39, will be joined by television journalist Raj Mathai, 44 and Bollywood actress Ashwini Bhave, 43, as masters of ceremonies (MC).

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If Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populous one and the most connected.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in a Q&A forum live from Facebook’s office in Menlo Park at 9:30 am (PDT)/10:00 pm IST on Sunday, September 27 2015. Watch it live on http://buff.ly/1LeyEAF
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Modi will also use the two-day visit to garner support for his pet initiatives - ’Digital India' and 'Startup India" - as well as promotion of entrepreneurship and renewable energy.

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Ash Kalra, the first Indian-American to serve on the San Jose City Council, said Silicon Valley should play a role in the prime minister’s vision for a “digital India.”
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