The two leaders are expected to meet at 2.45 PM local time Paris on the sidelines of the crucial climate change conference.
    
Obama and Modi would primarily focus on climate change but will also review progress in bilateral relationship and discussion on regional and global issues including terrorism.

They are likely to make a brief media appearance including remarks from the two leaders, according to President's schedule released by the White House yesterday.
    
Obama would also hold a bilateral meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping early in the morning.
    
After Modi came to power in May last year, the two leaders have so far met for a record five times. They last met in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in September. Paris meeting is the sixth bilateral meeting between them.

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