Mukherjee, sources said, intends to deal with the subject in a contemporary, present day context and not fully from a historical perspective.
Those familiar with the details toldET that Putin had specifically raised concerns arising from the proposed Quadrilateral grouping comprising India, US, Japan and Australia. He is believed to have also underlined Chinese concerns at India’s inclusion.
Modi will be seeking re-election as an incumbent, not as a challenger. BJP realises that this would require the govt and party to function in sync with each other.
The onus will always be on the Congress from here on to show if it can follow the Karnataka template nationally, which is take the backseat.
Be it chief minister Siddaramaiah, former PM and JD(S) stalwart H D Deve Gowda or BJP’s B S Yeddyurappa, the consequences of defeat have far bigger ramifications for them than victory.
New BJP government in Karnataka will follow minimum standards set by Narendra Modi ji: Amit Shah, BJP President
Shah claimed that there was a sense of excitement among people to make the Bharatiya Janata Party form the next government in Karnataka.
Shah said his party will get “full majority” in Karnataka and will repeat the same in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh after this.
The choice of venue is interesting. Wuhan is much like the Nagpur of China. It’s at the heart of central China and at the core of Chinese communist politics.
Alongside the verification exercise, Naidu will seek legal opinion from the Attorney General and legal luminaries on the merit of the charges.
The annual military exchange currently stands suspended. China had put it on an unexplained hold just before last year’s Doklam standoff.
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