1. Wide of US Secretary of State John Kerry shaking hands on stage with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
2. SOUNDBITE (English) John Kerry, US Secretary of State:
"We may all come from different walks of life, but we stand together this morning with the people of France, as they march in tribute to the victims of last week's murderous attack on the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo in Paris. And we stand together not just in anger and outrage, but in solidarity and commitment to the cause of confronting extremism."
3. Wide of Kerry projected on big screen at Vibrant Gujarat event
4. Modi and other officials clapping
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General:
"The proposed sustainable development goals are intended to be transformational. They cover areas including ending poverty and hunger, ensuring access to healthcare, education and energy and building a resilient infrastructure. I thank India for playing a full role in creating this agenda through broad consultation."
6. Cutaway of audience
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister: ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++
"India is growing fast, India is moving faster then expected, India is learning even faster. India is (more) ready than ever before. Let us join hands, let us work together for progress, prosperity and peace."
US Secretary of State John Kerry expressed solidarity with the people of France on Sunday ahead of a mass unity rally in Paris being held in the wake of extremist attacks that left 17 people and three attackers dead.
"We may all come from different walks of life, but we stand together this morning with the people of France, as they march in tribute to the victims of last week's murderous attack on the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo in Paris," Kerry said.
"We stand together not just in anger and outrage, but in solidarity and commitment to the cause of confronting extremism."
He made the comments to an audience in the western Indian state of Gujurat.
Top business executives and global corporate leaders have gathered in the state capital for an annual international conference that seeks more investment for Gujurat and promotes responsible sustainable development in India.
Kerry is leading the US delegation to the Vibrant Gujarat Investment Summit to push trade ties with the giant South Asian nation ahead of visit by US President Barack Obama later this month.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon also addressed the three day investment conference.
Modi promised global investors that his government was working towards making India the easiest place to do business with a stable tax regime and transparent policy environment.