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  • a trip to India leads off today's edition of CNN.

  • 10.

  • I'm your anchor, Carla Zeus.

  • It's great to have you watching.

  • Monday was the first time that U.

  • S President Donald Trump traveled to the world's largest democracy.

  • More than 1.3 billion people live in India.

  • It's the second most populated country on the planet behind China.

  • It's where the American leader received a large and warm welcome when he spoke the world's biggest cricket stadium in the Indian city of Ahmedabad.

  • The first lady and I have just traveled 8000 miles around the globe to deliver a message to every citizen across this nation.

  • America loves India.

  • America respects India, and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people.

  • President Trump was only scheduled to stay in India one night, and the real work, according to analysts, gets going on Tuesday when he and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are expected to discuss a new trade agreement.

  • A $3 billion deal involving military equipment, including India's purchase of American helicopters, was announced on Monday, but a bigger trade deal between the two countries could be more challenging is within the last year, they've placed or threatened additional taxes on one another's goods.

  • President Trump previously accused India of unfairly shutting out American businesses, and though he said on Monday that major trade agreements were on the horizon, they were in the early stages.

  • Still, the two leaders have had nothing but praise for one another in their public comments.

  • And one of the larger than life pictures of them posted around Ahmedabad says two dynamic personalities.

  • One momentous occasion, something that underscores the important and complex relationship between their countries, the United States and India.

  • One is the world's oldest democracy.

  • The latter is the biggest formal ties between the two countries did back to India's independence in 1947.

  • This survived the ups and downs of the Cold War era on estrangement over India's nuclear tests.

  • In 1974 and 1998.

  • Relations have since warmed the geopolitical and economic cooperation ruling most about convergence has really been in security and strategic relationship s O.

  • They went from being very disenchanted with each other.

  • But at the end of the Cold War, quibbling over nuclear issues and India, Pakistan and Kashmir on until the late nineties to now actually effectively cooperating very closely on maritime security on Internet governance on on a whole range of strategic issues.

  • Both nations a key global players and both are now led by populace leaders.

  • U.

  • S President Donald Trump has reshaped the U.

  • S political landscape, while Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who heads the party Agenda Party, propagates a hardline Hindu nationalist agenda known as in the truck.

  • Many of the policies were headed by both Trump, and more the are geared towards protectionism.

  • National security is a key area for both leaders, and when it comes to the economy, their respective making India and America first campaigns employ a similar nationalist stance.

  • The ties between India and the U.

  • S.

  • Remain important on several levels, including defense and security.

  • Strategic side.

  • If you want people to people relationship, all of these areas think that both countries need each other a lot more than I think.

  • Sometimes it seems apparent.

  • 10 seconds.

  • Trivia.

  • Which of these island chains actually belongs to Spain, Though it's geographically closer to Africa, Canary Islands, Azores, volcanic islands or Cape Verde, it's off the southwest coast of Morocco that you'll find the canary islands of Spain, southwestern Morocco and Western Sahara.

  • And it's from the Sahara Desert.

  • That winds, known as La Calima, recently lifted tremendous amounts of dust and sand and carried them west across hundreds of miles of ocean to the Canary Islands.

  • The Spanish archipelago is a popular vacation destination for European travelers, and many were stuck there over the weekend in some cases for days longer than they wanted with worse weather than they wanted.

  • Planes couldn't take off or land in the islands until the storm passed.

  • An outdoor sports events were canceled, too, because the air quality was so bad.

  • This isn't the first time that La Colima has scattered dust over the Canary Islands, but a government official said it was the worst storm of its kind in decades.

  • It also had bad timing.

  • It came during carnival celebrations, so a lot of hotels were booked with people who were also stuck indoors.

  • Flight started getting off the ground again on Monday morning, when the air quality improved in a very different environment.

  • People known as mushers are gearing up for this year's I Did a Rod.

  • It's also called the Last great race.

  • It involves teams of sled dogs making their way from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska, and it commemorates historic transportation routes across America's last frontier.

  • The idea rod starts in 11 days.

  • It can last a long as two weeks and cost thousands of dollars to run.

  • But for something that's much lower key and less dangerous, you can take a three hour dog sledding excursion in British Columbia.

  • Canada cost a little over $450 you gotta love the cold dog setting to me.

  • And from my experience, is that it?

  • It tends to be a bucket list.

  • You know, you grow up, you watch the movie Balto.

  • And then there's that.

  • Just plants a little seed in your head.

  • We're in Whistler.

  • We are about to go dog sledding on an epic adventure.

  • I'm so excited.

  • I've never done anything like this.

  • Support.

  • It's really cold or bundled up.

  • But the energy got me excited.

  • I can't wait to meet them.

  • They're about to come out more gory pressure.

  • Come on, dogs wear trappers run dog sitting on dhe.

  • We take racing dogs and sleds dogs that are being used in their current homes, and we re home them and give them a lighter workload and we try to make them affectionate at the same time is at the end of their working careers, which is usually around eight or nine years old.

  • That's when we're gonna adopt them out and try and find a home for them so that they can enjoy the couch life.

  • If the dog doesn't get adopted, well, then it just gets free time.

  • You're a good girl.

  • One of the things that I truly love about this activity is that it's an activity for anyone.

  • It can be as adventurous and activity as you want it.

  • Thio.

  • If you'd like to sit in the dog sled wrapped up in blankets for the whole experience, that's fantastic.

  • You're on holiday.

  • You deserve it.

  • If you'd like to get hands on help harnessing, help yoking, even do a little bit of mushing.

  • We can facilitate that as well.

  • I feel like a pro already.

  • Yeah, so you can expect to drive the dog sled, get cared for by your guy, and you can also expect to be very hands on with the dogs.

  • So if you want to practice harnessing if you want to learn dogs history.

  • Their lineage were very happy to inform you.

  • Also, people are going to get cold, get snowing and just get out of their comfort zone a little bit for 10 out of 10.

  • Ouch.

  • This is not the face of someone who's having fun, but he is setting a Guinness World record.

  • George Hood is a former U.

  • S.

  • Marine, and for the last 18 months he's been training to set a new high bar for planking.

  • He says this training involved hundreds of push ups, thousands of sit ups and hundreds of curls every day.

  • And when the time came to plank for the record, the 62 year old did that for eight hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds, which made his accomplishment absolute.

  • This took more than doing the bare Abdo minimum.

  • You gotta figure how much pain you could stomach.

  • You got elbow your way to the top.

  • You got to set your mind on AB domination and to pass the time you just let your thoughts go.

  • Plank on Carlos, whose flex it points for CNN 10.

  • Shout out to Robert Gray Middle School.

  • It's in Portland, Oregon.

  • They did the only thing you can do to get mentioned on our show subscribe and leave a comment on our official YouTube channel.

  • Maybe you're next.

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