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Modi government 2.0: PM urges BJP leaders, allies to win faith of minorities as part of endeavour for 'sabka vishwas'
At the NDA meeting at the Parliament Central Hall, Narendra Modi urged BJP leaders and allies to work on getting rid of fear and distrust among minorities and make no distinction among castes and communities.
Narendra Modi inaugurates two-day legislators conference, urges lawmakers to work for progress in 'aspirational' districts
Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated National Legislators Conference in the Central Hall of the Parliament in Delhi where he spoke about social justice in the context of all-round development
Here is how the entire swearing-in ceremony of the President of India will take place.
Members of Parliament bid adieu to outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee at a gala ceremony in the Central Hall of Parliament
Outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee will be given a farewell by Members of Parliament on Sunday in the Central Hall of Parliament
Outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee will be given a farewell by Members of Parliament on Sunday in the Central Hall of Parliament.
Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi has hailed the launch of GST in a tweet and said that 'India is heading to become one common market-Indian Common Market' (ICM)
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Friday broke ranks with the opposition on GST, stating that it would attend the government's midnight launch of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime tonight
Trade and industry bodies want the govt to be lenient for at least one year on filing of returns as many more businesses come under the GST regime for the first time from midnight today
On the eve of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) roll out, when many political parties are announcing they will stay away from the mega launch, finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said they should display broad shoulders and own up to this consensus decision that was taken through a 15-year-long process.
The rehearsal, scheduled to be held at 10 PM, may be supervised by either Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar, his deputies Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and S S Ahluwalia, or Secretary Rajiv Yadav, official sources said today.
With the attacks on Christians seeing a rise, Christian MPs have decided to form a joint front in Parliament. It is not clear if the decision was of the MPs alone, or had the blessing of the cardinals.
The position of alliance partners is no better or perhaps even worse.
Today's speech was a clear indication of—Modi the statesman, Modi the emotionally vulnerable individual—an avatar that was previously not seen.