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  • Backdoor Emergency in India, says Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray,  lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah without naming them, and held them responsible for a ‘backdoor Emergency’ in India. He said, earlier, the media kept watch on the government and now, the government is keeping watch on the media. During the Emergency, Thackeray pointed out, there had been no option to Indira Gandhi, but it was history that

  • Independence Day 2018: Railways to launch digital museums at 22 stations

    Mumbai: The Railway Ministry has decided to launch “digital museums” at 22 stations on Independence Day to showcase its history after the Prime Minister’s Office objected to the public transporter investing money in developing separate railway museums.

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    Monsoon session: Modi emerges stronger

    After defeating the united Opposition sponsored ‘no confidence motion’ on the floor of the Lok Sabha with more than comfortable margin, now the Bharatiya Janata Party led NDA managed to win the post of Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha and proved that its sway continues in both Houses of the Parliament. This has come as a much-needed confidence in the BJP camp with the big 2019 election just eight months away. Prime

  • Modi is nervous: Opposition

    New Delhi : Some opposition parties led by the Congress on Sunday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his attack on their unity efforts, and said they, unlike the ruling coalition, stood united and would defeat the BJP in the 2019 parliamentary election.

  • Sunday Gyaan! How to get in touch with our ever-busy Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    In today’s time of distress, millions of people try contacting the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a varied number of reasons. And it’s obvious if PM Narendra Modi, who is no less than a celebrity figure in India, is elected by the masses, the people should be able to reach him for their queries and problems. It could be for appreciating his government’s work, criticism of a decision, complaints, and grievances or

  • Shah urges people to uproot Mamata’s Trinamool in WB

    Kolkata : BJP President Amit Shah said on Saturday that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alone can bring progress in Bengal as he urged the people to uproot the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC) government in the state.

  • Kerala rains: Rahul Gandhi writes to PM Modi, urges him to release sufficient funds to tackle crisis

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to release sufficient funds to the Kerala government to help respond to the flood crisis and restore critical infrastructure in the state. In a letter to the prime minister, Gandhi said the torrential rains, floods and wide-scale landslides have left behind a trail of destruction across Kerala.

  • Modi at IIT-Bombay: ‘If you don’t innovate, you will stagnate, says PM

    Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that IITs have built brand India globally and their success has helped India become one of the world’s largest pools of technical manpower. Innovation and enterprise, the prime minister stressed are the foundation of making India a developed nation.

  • PM Narendra Modi to address IIT-B convocation in Mumbai tomorrow

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai tomorrow to participate in two events at the Indian Institute of Technology. He will deliver the convocation address at the 56th annual convocation of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi, terms Rafale deal as India’s ‘biggest-ever’ defence scam

    Raipur: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today termed the Rafale fighter jet deal as the country’s “biggest ever” defence scam and blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for it. Addressing an event here, he claimed that the price of the Rafale jets “magically” rose from Rs 540 to Rs 1600 crore per piece. India had signed an agreement in 2015 for procurement of 36 Rafale fighter planes from France.

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    PM Narendra Modi to address farmers, entrepreneurs on World Biofuel Day

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Friday attend an event and address a diverse gathering at Vigyan Bhawan to mark World Biofuel Day. The gathering will include farmers, scientists, students, entrepreneurs, government officials, and legislators during the event, said a government statement on Thursday.

  • National Conference MLA Javed Rana calls PM Narendra Modi ‘killer of humanity’

    Jammu and Kashmir: National Conference Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Javed Rana has criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him “killer of humanity.” “Where is the person who has killed lakhs of people in Gujarat? Now after becoming the head of the country he is calling is militant and terrorist. The biggest terrorist, biggest killer of humanity unfortunately is sitting as the Prime Minister of India,” Rana said at a public gathering in