“We are proud to say that the country has got such a Prime Minister who works day and night for the development of the country and the welfare of people and poor,” Naqvi said.
By not airing an elected (non-BJP) CM’s speech, Prasar Bharati undermines its credibility as public broadcaster
during the hearing the Supreme Court expressed concerns over the environmental degradation due to such activities and asked the Centre to take a fresh look at the National Mineral Policy, 2008 saying it is “almost a decade old”.
Reddy said that nearly 300 volunteers of the Rajiv Jyoti Sadbhavana Yatra would join the protest at Sriperumbudur, where Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by LTTE’s woman suicide bomber on May 21, 1991. “It will be a silent protest.”
Kiren Rijiju said that the NDA government at the Centre promotes and encourages good governance and discourages misgovernance and corruption.
The controversy was triggered by a reply from Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to an RTI application filed by a Kolkata resident.
Growth figures frame economic deceleration. Monetary stimulus via a cut in interest rates by the RBI will help
The ruling BJD has accused the ND government of misusing the taxpayers’ money to get publicity for political gain.
Sources said the MODI fest will be a three-day affair in order to attract the youth and create awareness about the programmes initiated by the Modi government.
Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi claimed that the government has managed to create only 1.35 lakh jobs annually in the eight labour-intensive sectors.
They ignore the extremely high risk of an attempt at privatisation being effectively stillborn, unacceptable to state governments.
Rahul also targeted Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying the latter speaks only on issues like odd-even and pollution, “but doesn’t work”.
‘Transforming India’ is the theme of the outreach programme of the NDA Government which completes two years in office on Thursday.
The discretionary quota regime was stopped in 1996 after The Indian Express exposed irregularities in allotment of pumps and agencies by former Congress ministers B Shankaranand and Satish Sharma for alleged abuse of their discretionary quotas between 1993 and 1996.
The politically crucial state goes to the Assembly polls early next year.