This is the first time that a proposal in the UN received the support of 177 countries with not even a single country opposing it.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said the Sangh has become recognised world over and directed cadres to regularly attend the shakhas.
As per the RSS estimates, nearly 5000 youths are expected to participate in the camp.
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Decision has been taken by the Home Ministry after taking into account his ‘vulnerability to attacks from his opponents’.
Former CM Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, now BJP MP from Nainital, has demanded that the state hand over Kedarnath’s infrastructure development to the centre.
Volunteers said they were not allowed into Malin, even though necessary permission was given by Manchar taluka office
Salman Khurshid, was also on the trip, along with several media personalities.
It was Ramdev, who told him that his candidature had been confirmed.
Sources said ‘Asansol MP Babul Supriyo may get a berth in his ministry; he could be made minister of state for youth welfare’.
Rajnath Singh said that under the leadership of Modi the BJP would make India an ‘economic superpower’.
The court also asked him to deposit Rs 10 lakh in the registry to finance transfer of all case materials at one place.
“I am ready to pay Rs. 1 crore to the person who will bring his (Ramdev) head to me,” said the BSP leader.
Ramdev had stoked a controversy last month by stating that, Rahul goes to Dalits’ houses for honeymoon and picnic.
Ramdev alleged the govt had pressurised the EC to put the curbs and accused Congress of “distorting” his remarks against Rahul.