From Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony to PM Narendra Modi’s address to military commanders in Dehradun — here are the top stories for the morning bulletin on January 21.
On Friday, the Central government approved a draft Ordinance by the state government to make an exception for bulls in the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
During his last visit to the US, PM Modi had met several tech CEOs including Google head Sundar Pichai and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
From Jallikattu protests to Etah bus accident to Vijay Mallya — here are the top stories for the afternoon bulletin on January 19.
Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam met PM Narendra Modi to seek ordinance on Jallikattu ban allowing the bull-taming sport to take place during Pongal.
Narendra Modi: I share the pain of the bereaved families and condole passing away of young children.
The two leaders met at the White House in September 2014. Since then they have met each other eight times.
Jallikattu ban: Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about various issues including terrorism, Asia’s part in global politics and security of citizens.
“Security of our citizens is of paramount importance. Self interest alone is not in our culture or behaviour. A thriving well integrated neighbourhood is my dream,”said Modi.
Haryana Minister Anil Vij had made a controversial statement saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a much bigger brand that Mahatma Gandhi.
Remember the sacrifices made by the army, PM Modi said they put their lives at risk so that the citizens can live peacefully.
BJP had quickly distanced itself from Vij’s remarks with party leaders claiming that the Haryana minister’s remarks were his personal opinion.
Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said that such ‘objectionable’ and ‘nonsensical’ statements can only be expected from BJP leaders and ministers.
Anil Vij, who is in-charge of health, sports and youth affairs in the BJP government, had earlier said that the rupee has devalued from the time Gandhi’s photo started appearing on currency notes.