Melania Trump gets happiness lesson at a Delhi school

It was US First Lady Melania Trump’s tryst with happiness at a Delhi school.
On the second day of her visit to India, Melania Trump interacted with the students during a session of the ‘Happiness Class’ at a government-run school in south Delhi. The young students, who were dressed in traditional attires, greeted her with garlands and applied ‘teeka’ on her forehead as she arrived at the school. The teachers and staff members had made special arrangements to make the day perfect for the visiting dignitary.
The Happiness Class is a special children’s program to encourage learning and implemented by the Delhi government at its schools in the national capital. Ms Trump visited the Sarvodaya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School in Nanakpura where she reviewed the progress.
The First US couple, who began their India tour from Ahmedabad and Agra on February 24, is accompanied by their daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner and a high-level delegation of officials and business leaders.
On the second day, President Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi led delegation-level talks at the Hyderabad House in Delhi before addressing the media in which they have announced several significant agreements. President Ram Nath Kovind has organized a state dinner in their honor at the Rashtrapati Bhavan before the visitors depart. It was Ivanka Trump’s second visit to India after her tour of Hyderabad in 2017, during which she attended programs on entrepreneurship development for women in India.

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