Former prime minister Manmohan Singh, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and Prime Minster Narendra Modi at tea time during the At Home reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh, former Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and Prime Minster Narendra Modi at tea time at Rashtrapati Bhawan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
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Post the celebrations of the 70th Republic Day, President Ramnath Kovind hosted the At Home reception in Rashtrapati Bhavan. The reception was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife along with other prominent members of the Modi government. Former prime minister Dr. Mammohan Singh, Chief Justice of India Rajan Gogoi and several others were also present 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives with South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife at the Home Reception in Rashtrapati Bhawan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the reception | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the reception | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
PM Modi interacts with jawans at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
PM Modi interacts with jawans at the Rashtrapti Bhawan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with former PM Manmohan Singh at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with former PM Manmohan Singh at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi shares a word with Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on the lawns of the Rashtrapati Bhavan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi talks to Prime Minister Narendra | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman walks across the lawn as guests look on | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman walks across the lawn as guests look on | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat shares a word with guests at the reception | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Army chief General Bipin Rawat talks to award recipients at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

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