President Droupadi Murmu will be on a three-day visit to Tripura and Assam beginning October 12, the Rashtrapati Bhavan confirmed. The president will inaugurate the Tripura State Judicial Academy and lay the foundation stone for the Tripura National Law University at Narsingarh in Agartala. Moreover, she will virtually inaugurate an MLA Hostel at the Capital Complex in Agartala and lay the foundation stones for various Tripura government… read-more
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Draupadi Murmu, the President of India, arrived in London, to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, on September 18. During the visit, Murmu will attend the lying-in-state-of Queen's coffin at the Palace of Westminster, and sign a condolence book on behalf of the Indian Government. Furthermore, Draupadi Murmu will be attending a reception host by the newly named king of England, King Charles III.
Indian President Draupadi Murmu arrived in London, United Kingdom, on September 18, to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. The Indian President left for India in a special charter and was welcomed by the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to India. During the tour of Draupadi Murmu, till September 19, she was accompanied by her foreign secretary Vinay Kwarta.
PM Narendra Modi turns 72-years-old today with politicians including the President and other dignitaries extending wishes on his birthday. President Droupadi Murmu on wishing him said, "the work for nation-building under his incomparable hardwork, dedication and creativity continue to advance." Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah regarded him as the "flag-bearer of Indian culture" who has helped advance the country in every field.
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The President of India, Draupadi Murmu will address the nation, on August 14, the eve of the 76th Independence Day. The address to the nation will be telecasted on All India Radio (AIR) network, followed by Doordarshan, in English and Hindi, at 7:00 pm. Furthermore, this is the first address to the nation after Draupadi Murmu was elected as the President of India, in July.
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee met with PM Narendra Modi, during her four-days Delhi visit on August 5. Notably, in the meeting, Banerjee discussed various state issues, GST Tax, and long pending demands of the Trinamool Congress-led West Bengal Government. Furthermore, the meeting holds significant importance, especially after the recent Partha Chatterjee's arrest by the ED. Meanwhile, after PM Modi, WB CM will meet President of India… read-more
Union Minister Smriti Irani met President Droupadi Murmu in Delhi, on July 29. The meeting was in view of the recent controversial remark "Rashtrapatni" of Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury against President Murmu. The BJP demanded an apology and criticised the Indian National Congress, leading to the adjournment of parliament houses. "Had the privilege of calling upon the Honourable President of India Droupadi Murmu Ji along with MOS," tweeted Irani.… read-more
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The 15th President of India Draupadi Murmu revealed that it is not her birth name, but given by her school teacher. On July 25, after swearing-in as the next President of India, Murmu said, as per Santhali culture, a girl takes the name of her grandmother, while a son carries his grandfather’s nomenclature. Her name was Puti, which was later changed to Draupadi, given by her school teacher.
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The 15th President of India Draupadi Murmu took the oath on July 25, the date which is being followed by many presidents in the past four-decades. Notably, since 1977, every President of India has taken the presidential oath on July 25, as they ended their full five-years term, usually ended on July 24. India's-sixth-President Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was the first to be sworn in on July 25, which became tradition.
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