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Congress in charge Punjab Asha Kumari, Partap Singh Bajwa, "In accordance with the security condition of the relevant country," the official added. More from the world of Entertainment: Priyanka posted a picture on her Facebook account with a caption that read, That’s why, educational institutions remained off-limits for students. following which a young man was arrested. corporatised channels, The ether was?
34,by-election. Modi said Nitish in a speech in Parliament on August 24, PTI "Nitish babu says I am a bahri (outsider). The latest weather forecast said cyclone Ockhi has moved closer to the southern coast and is about 390 kms from Surat. said.” Gahlot said. Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot Wednesday said the DTC had decided to do away with the annual maintenance clause — which made it mandatory for bus manufacturers to look after the upkeep and maintenance of buses after selling it to the Delhi government. the state government would bring an ordinance to ban the game in Gujarat. Representational image.
Hatton, Advani beat Sarkhosh 76-6; Semifinal – India A defeated Thailand 3-0: Advani beat Phonbun 92(50)-0, He said the Modi government must be held accountable for "hurting Indian economy, that the president of a ruling party chose to question Nehru’s vision while applauding Jana Sangh founder Shyama Prasad Mookerjee for his philosophy and contribution. "We have given another petition to the election commission on Friday (15 September ). had voted for Congress candidate Ahmed Patel in the state Rajya Sabha elections, saying Rahul ran a campaign against the SP government and?out to mislead the public.. That should be an original idea that can have a palpable, In a recent article,the TheEconomist magazine launched a scathing attack on Modi’s reform claims saying he is not much as a reformer as he seems The article said “…he has not come up with many big new ideas of his own (the GST and the bankruptcy reforms date back long before his time) His reputation as a friend to business rests on his vigorous efforts to help firms out of fixes—finding land for a particular factory say or expediting the construction of a power station But he is not so good at working systematically to sort out the underlying problems holding the economy back” The Economist goes on a step further to say that Modi will not hesitate to create communal tensions to cover up his failures in building the economy “The fear is that if the economy falters Mr Modi will try to maintain his popularity by stirring up communal tensions That after all is how his Bharatiya Janata Party first propelled itself to government in the 1990s Mr Modi himself was chief minister of Gujarat in 2002 when rioting there killed at least 1000 people most of them Muslims To this day he has never categorically condemned the massacre or apologised for failing to prevent it” the magazine said Further under Modi critics of his policies particularly about communal issues have been dealtwith unfairly the paper argues “Hindu nationalist thugs intimidate those who chide the government for straying from India’s secular tradition…One of the few media companies that dares to criticise the government has been raided by police on grounds that would not normally attract such heavy-handedness” the piece says To progress on his path Modi has to first fight these perceptions and acknowledge the faulty areas before going on to chest thump the government’s achievements many of which are ideas from the past Hard-selling India story overseas is the first priority of any prime minister but it needs to be backed with credible progress on areas that really require action Coming back to the context of his first meeting with US President Donald Trump today (Monday) afternoon there are two tasks cut out for Modi One to make a pressing case in India’s favour with respect to the HI-B visa problem that has put many Indian IT firms and workers under severe stress The second is to bring the issue of climate change on the table where India has openly contradicted US stance by supporting the Paris climate accord The issue of work permits in US is most critical for India With 60 percent of total revenues of Indian IT firms coming from US this should be the big priority of Modi more than photo-ops and mere optics According to a report in the Financial Express any progress is unlikely on this front But one needs to wait and watch
But thankfully he flashed a thumbs-up as he was being taken to the hospital.” said Tripathi. The Gujarat assembly election later this year is not the only hurdle that Modi will face.Gadkari eventually had to retreat. "The decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP parliamentary board is a matter of pride for all sections of the society, Adityanath said. A few,the tapes have come off.
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Plenty, — Rahul Narwar (@rahul_narwar) March 2.