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  • PM Modi accepts Virat Kohli’s challenge; Congress leader challenges him to show his degree

    Earlier today PM Modi accepted Virat Kohli’s fitness challenge on Twitter, but he never knew that his acceptance will lead to anger among people on social media. However, a new challenge is given to PM by Congress politician to show his degree to people. Congress spoke person Sanjay Jha tweeted, “Dear Mr Modi, @narendramodi , I am putting up my BA, MA and MBA degrees here. Are you ready for the #DegreeFitHaiChallenge

  • PM meets all-woman crew of INSV Tarini

     New Delhi : The first all-woman Indian Navy team to successfully sail around the globe called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today,  a statement from his office said.The Prime Minister congratulated the naval officers on the success of their mission, it said. The expedition, Navika Sagar Parikrama, was the first-ever circumnavigation of the globe by an all-woman crew from India.

  • Tight security arrangements in place for PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: Tight security arrangements are in place for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Odisha on May 26 to mark completion of four years of his government, officials said. Modi is scheduled to address a public meeting at the historic Baliyatra ground to Cuttack.

  • Resort owner too wants floor test!

    New Delhi : Judges too have their moments of mirth. Justice AK Sikri, who was heading the bench hearing the BSY floor test case, brought some cheer to the sombre proceedings by referring lightly to a WhatsApp post.

  • PM Modi spoke to FM Arun Jaitley hours before kidney transplant operation

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with Arun Jaitley, hours before the finance minister underwent a kidney transplant at AIIMS this morning. Government sources said Modi was in touch with Jaitley’s family to get updates on his health throughout the day today.

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    Mumbai: Shiv Sena lauds Rahul Gandhi for being dignified while criticising PM Modi

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Thursday praised Congress president Rahul Gandhi for being dignified while attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speeches and said said he could pose a challenge to the BJP in 2019. The BJP should have welcomed Gandhi’s declaration of his prime ministerial ambitions, the NDA ally said, adding that it was against democracy to make fun of Gandhi over his remark. The BJP should have challenged him

  • Supreme Court cracks a whip on VVIP culture, asks why wait for PM to inaugurate 6-lane bypass expressway

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday cracked its whip on the culture of VVIP inaugurations, questioning why the nation should wait for the Prime Minister to inaugurate a major 6-lane bypass expressway which is expected to reduce traffic chaos and pollution in the capital. Exasperated, the Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta has set a deadline of May 31 for throwing open the expressway, with or without its

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    Don’t ridicule Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Shiv Sena tells PM Modi

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Wednesday told Prime Minister Narendra Modi “not to ridicule” Congress President Rahul Gandhi who announced his name for the country’s top post if his party is voted to power in 2019. In a sharp reaction to Modi’s criticism of Gandhi and terming his statement “sheer arrogance”, the Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha member and spokesperson Sanjay Raut said that in a democracy the Congress chief had every right

  • PM Modi likely to visit Jammu and Kashmir this month

    Srinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to visit Jammu and Kashmir for two days later this month during which he will inaugurate a hydro-electricity project and participate in the 100th birth anniversary celebrations of Ladakhi spiritual leader Kushak Bakula and a university convocation, officials said here today.

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    ‘Modi’s troll army’ brings down India’s rank in World Press Freedom Index

    New Delhi: India dropped down to 138th rank, two points below the previous year, in the 2018 World Press Freedom Index released by global watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Wednesday. The report blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “troll army” for sharing and amplifying hate speeches targeting journalists on social networks. “In India (down from 136 ranking in 2017), hate speech targeting journalists is shared and amplified on social networks, often by

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for social movement for protecting girls

    Mandla (Madhya Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called for a social movement for protecting girls in the wake of increasing rapes reported from different parts of the country and said families have to teach their sons to become responsible. Addressing a gathering here to mark the National Panchayati Raj Day, he also said that museums will be set up in states where tribals have played a role in the freedom

  • Former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha says, “Situation created by Modi government worse than emergency”

    Hazaribag: Two days after quitting the BJP, former union minister Yashwant Sinha has alleged that the situation during the last four years of the Narendra Modi government was “worse than Emergency”. Sinha, who resigned from the BJP and taken ‘sanyas’ (retirement) from party politics on April 21, has also claimed that the people in the country were feeling insecure due to the actions of the Modi government, which, he said, has “destroyed the temple

  • PM Modi can’t face Lok Sabha for 15 minutes: Rahul Gandhi

    Amethi (UP): Under attack from the BJP for virtual washout of the recent Budget session of Parliament, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today hit back, saying Prime Minister who has the time to travel all over the country, could not spare 15 minutes for the Lok Sabha.

  • PM Modi boards Delhi metro to inaugurate Ambedkar memorial

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took a Delhi Metro ride to travel 26, Alipur Road where he is scheduled to inaugurate Dr. Ambedkar National Memorial. The Prime Minister boarded the metro from Lok Kalyan Marg station.