In Pics: Narendra Modi's selfie diplomacy in one year

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Even as Narendra Modi's government completes one year in office, Modi has caught the attention of everyone with his 'selfie diplomacy.'

Modi, who is currently in South Korea, is known to have a penchant for clicking selfies and has taken the Gen X fad to the next level where he is seen clicking selfies with political leaders from across the world.

Be it his selfie with his mother Hiraba or posing with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Modi does not shy away from the camera. Infact on many occassions he is seen obliging his supporters and even poses with them.

Here are a few selfie moments from Narendra Modi's one year as a PM:

Narendra Modi clicks a selfie with President of Mongolia

On his recent trip to Mongolia, Narendra Modi didn't shy away from clicking a picture with the Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj.

Modi clicks a selfie with Chinese Premier

Hailed as on of the most 'power-packed selfies' in the world, Modi on his recent trip to China clicked a selfie with the Chinese Premier LI Keqiang.

Narendra Modi and Tony Abbott smile for the camera

During his visit to Australia last year, the friendship between Modi and Abbott was very evident and this picture proves their 'bromance.'

Modi poses with Fiji PM Bainimarama

Narendra Modi on his trip to Fiji last year posed with Fijian PM Bainimarama for a selfie. Both Modi and Bainimarama tweeted the picture from their Twitter account.

Students eager to click selfie with PM Modi

During his visit to Australia last year, Modi met some students and even posed with them for a selfie.

Selfie moment for Modi in France

During his trip to France earlier this year, Narendra Modi met Indian students at French Space Agency and took selfies with them.

Modi smiles for the camera with Chinese Tai Chi students

During his recent visit to China, Modi witnessed a performance of Yoga and Tai Chi. After the performance Modi gathered around the students and clicked many selfies.

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