PM Narendra Modi finally spoke about the controversial remark of Nitish Kumar and took a dig against him. Addressing a public rally in Madhya Pradesh, PM said, "A big leader of the INDI alliance, 'Ghamandiya Gathbandhan,' used indecent language for women inside the Assembly yesterday (November 7.) Reacting to the recent apology of Nitish Kumar, PM Modi said, ''apology is not enough.' Meanwhile, women in Bihar burned Kumar's effigy.
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PM Narendra Modi said in his third tenure as PM, he will take the country among the top three economies in the world. Addressing a public meeting in Madhya Pradesh's Damoh town, Modi also said he will continue to fight against corruption. Modi said that after 2014, the country’s economy climbed to 5th position from 10th, leaving behind the UK, which ruled the country for over 200 years.
Taking a dig at Congress, PM Narendra Modi said, "Whenever the Congress comes to power in the country, terrorists and Naxalites get emboldened. News of bomb blasts and murders are reported from here and there." The Congress government has failed to contain incidents of Naxal violence (in Chhattisgarh), the PM said. The criticism came after the recent Naxal attack on police official, amid the Chhattisgarh Assembly elections.
Eon Musk is currently the richest man in the world and the key reason for his massive wealth is Tesla, one of the most popular car brands across the globe. As per promise to PM Narendra Modi, Elon Musk is likely to bring Tesla to India. According to the report, “Centre is ramping up the process to provide all the necessary approvals from the concerned departments, leading to Tesla's entry.
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PM Narendra Modi and Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi on Monday exchanged views on the "difficult situation" in the West Asia region, with the PM expressing deep concern at the "terrorist incidents, violence and loss of civilian lives". The two leaders stressed the need for preventing escalation, ensuring continued humanitarian aid and early restoration of peace and stability, a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said… read-more
The death toll in Nepal due to the powerful 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck late November 3 has reached 128, confirmed reports. Furthermore, over 140 people sustained injuries in the Jajarkot and Rukum districts of Western Nepal. Notablty, the epicentre of the quake was at the Lamidanda area in Jajarkot. PM Narendra Modi expressed grief and said, India stands in solidarity and is ready to extend all possible assistance.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 3, discussed the situation in West Asia with UAE President Mohamed bin Zayed, talking about, the deteriorating security scenario and the loss of civilian lives in the region. In a post on X, Modi said they agreed on the need for early resolution of the security and humanitarian situation and that a durable regional peace, security and stability is in everyone's interest.
PM Narendra Modi launched the 'MY Bharat' platform for youths and laid an e-foundation stone of an Amrit Mahotsav Smarak and Amrit Vatika. On October 31, Modi attended an event marking the culmination of the 'Meri Maati Mera Desh' campaign and with it, the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Union ministers Amit Shah, G Kishan Reddy, Arjun Ram Meghwal, Anurag Thakur, Meenakashi Lekhi and Nisith Pramanik also attended the event.
PM Narendra Modi paid floral tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, on his birth anniversary. On October 31, PM Modi remembered Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's visionary statesmanship and the extraordinary dedication with "which he shaped the destiny of our nation". Taking to his X handle, Modi said, "On the Jayanti of Sardar Patel, we remember his indomitable spirit, visionary statesmanship and the extraordinary dedication."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday dedicated to the nation the 77-km New Bhandu-New Sanand section of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor that will help speed up the transport of goods from ports and manufacturing hubs in the region. Sixty goods trains that earlier used the passenger rail routes on this section have been shifted to the freight corridor, leading to faster movement of passenger trains.
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