Kalinga Utkal Express derailment: “Sad at train derailment in UP; my thoughts are with deceased and their families. Injured are being rescued & provided relief,” President Ram Nath Kovind’s official Twitter handle tweeted.
A statement made by the PMO said, “The prime minister conveyed condolences at the loss of lives in Nepal due to recent widespread floods and expressed readiness to provide all possible relief assistance.”
“There is a park nearby where I play, but since last month, I have not been able to play there as we came to know that some are building a community centre there… We are very sad,” she wrote in the letter, drawing a ‘sad’ face next to it.
Paswan, the Union Minister for Food and Consumer Affairs, mentioned that the government had taken a historic step of procuring 16 lakh tons of pulses while efforts are being made for providing water for irrigating their fields.
The Prime Minister said that only governments and their initiatives will not make a New India, while encouraging entrepreneurs to participate in government initiatives. “Change will be powered by each and every citizen of India,” he said.
People’s real problems seldom make it to the evening gladiatorial contests.
Amit Shah said the Modi government was converting the ancient concept of ‘Sarve Santu Niramaya’ (may all be free from illness) into a reality in the country.
Rahul Gandhi had attacked the prime minister a day after he reached out to Kashmiris in his Independence Day speech, saying bullets and abuses would not resolve their problems but embracing them would.
“It is unfortunate that corruption had become institutionalised. Till you make a counter institutional arrangement, you cannot stop it,” Modi said at the ‘Champions of Change’ programme.
According to Rossow, this point is particularly notable since, after 25 years of adopting pro-market policies, India’s foreign investment regime is already much more open than it was in the early 1990s.
Rahul Gandhi claimed the ‘Make in India’ programme has failed as most of the things are ‘Made in China’. “Modi Ji gave ‘Make In India’ but most things are ‘Made In China’,” he said.
“I am optimistic that we can make great progress, building on what has been achieved under Bush and Obama,” said Tellis, who is Tata Chair for Strategic Affairs and a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a top think-tank.
Although this will be Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first bilateral visit to Myanmar three years since he was sworn in, there have been several high-level visits in the iterim.
“When RBI has not completed counting, where did the Prime Minister get this figure of Rs 3 lakh crore from? How is the Prime Minister saying that more than Rs 1.75 lakh crore black money has come into the banking system?” said Gulam Nabi Azad.
“It was heartwarming to see the Prime Minister making his government’s stand clear when he said ‘na gaali na goli’ can resolve the complexities of the Kashmir issue,” said Rajnath Singh