Arjun Ram Meghwal is Union Minister of State, Finance and Corporate Affairs
To grasp the gravity of his ideas, it is important to understand how he worked to strengthen India’s social fabric and build a just, stronger nation.
On the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, we should all learn to seek happiness by limiting our desires.
The Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission is expanding the ambit of our actions in the global arena. The measures proposed in the budget will go a long way in cementing India’s role as the “factory of the world”, in addition to the country being the “pharmacy of the world”.
Arjun Ram Meghwal writes: The new Parliament building will be a fitting tribute to Indian democracy on its 75th year of independence.
The new Parliament building will be a monument to the cultural diversity of the world's largest democracy. It will be the most magnificent and attractive monument in the world
Under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, this well-thought and forward-looking document will be an important milestone in India’s journey towards becoming a global knowledge superpower.
Kalam dreamt of a developed India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been leading the people on a journey to achieve Kalam’s dream.
Savarkar’s ideas of modernity, social and religious reforms, cultivation of scientific temper and embracing technological tools continue to be relevant for building a new India in the post COVID-19 era.
The current crisis is an apt time to revisit his teachings, which can be a guiding light for a world looking for peace, harmony and sustainability.
Inspired by Ambedkar, the current government has taken steps to improve the quality of life of workers. For example, the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-Dhan Yojna was launched in February 2019 to ensure protection of unorganised workers in their old age.
Babasaheb was reluctant to accept Nehru’s advocacy for special status to J&K. Sardar Patel took the responsibility for unifying the nation and accordingly, he integrated 545 princely states to the Union of India.
It is the declaration by some Opposition-ruled states that they will not implement CAA, not the law itself, that is unconstitutional
The CAA is about inclusion and not exclusion. It has nothing to do with Indian Muslims. The Act is not meant to take away anyone’s citizenship, but it will confer citizenship on persecuted minorities. The Act will ease the lives of Partition refugees and provide them a dignified life by allowing them access to the government’s welfare schemes.
It is a moment of pride for all of us as this step will further strengthen India’s centuries-old ethos of assimilation and belief in humanitarian values.
It is imperative for citizens to strive for a perfect balance between their rights and duties in order to achieve local and national development goals.
From time to time and on various platforms, Ambedkar had opposed the policies of the Nehru government related to Jammu & Kashmir.
Financial inclusion of the underprivileged is an article of faith for the NDA government