While the prime minister was listening to the remarks of US President Donald Trump at the Rose Garden of the presidential mansion after their first meeting, a sudden gust of wind swept away a few pages of PM Modi's prepared statement to the media.
Mr Doval, who was seated on the front row along with some other senior Indian officials, sprang up and quickly retrieved the papers and handed it back to the prime minister.
Prime Minister Modi's summit with US President Donald Trump was the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders.
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