Kolkata: PM Modi joins morning prayers at Belur Math, pays tribute to Swami Paramhansa
Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined Morning Prayers at...
A record Rs 5.9 lakh crore bond bill is looming over Indian firms
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CAA made world aware of religious persecution in Pakistan: PM Modi
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GoAir waives cancellation, rescheduling charges for Oman flights till Jan 14
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India does not need NPR, CAA, says open letter by over 100 former civil servants
The former bureaucrats, including former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, the then Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar and former Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah urged fellow citizens to insist the Union government to repeal relevant sections of Citizenship Act, 1955, pertaining to the issue of national identity cards.
PM Modi condoles demise of Oman Sultan Qaboos, hails him as a true friend of India
Sultan Qaboos was a true friend of India and provided strong leadership for developing a vibrant strategic partnership between India and Oman, the prime minister said.
Modi and Mamata meet at Raj Bhawan
The politically significant meeting between the two leaders took place a short time after the PM arrived in the city on a two-day visit. PM Modi, who will be in Kolkata on Saturday and Sunday, is scheduled to attend the function marking the 150th anniversary of Kolkata Port Trust on January 12 and other programmes.
Monopoly miner to deter investors from coal mining in India
Competition from an Indian state-run monopoly may stymie PM’s efforts to attract investments.
RIL & TCS earnings, inflation, Iran tensions among 10 key factors that may guide D-Street next week
Consensus is showing inflation may hit 6.7% in Dec due to rise in oil and vegetable prices.
Pakistan's BAT beheaded porter, Army chief says will deal in 'military manner' with such barbaric acts
This is the first time that any civilian has been beheaded by the BAT, which comprises Pakistani army regulars and terrorists, though similar incidents involving security personnel have taken place in the past. Asked about the killings by Pakistan, Army Chief Gen M M Naravane said on Saturday that professional armies never resort to "barbaric" acts.
Mamata Banerjee asks PM Modi to withdraw CAA, NRC and NPR; joins TMC dharna
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Raj Bhavan here and urged him to reconsider the enforcement of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and explained her opposition to the new legislation, as well as to the proposed NPR and NRC.
Spice production has jumped in India, says PM Narendra Modi
PM Modi also said that South India has a large share in the production of pulses, oil and coarse grains. “Seed hubs have been built to promote pulses production in India, of which more than 30 centers are located in Karnataka, Andhra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana itself,” he said.
Pro-people Union budget will be presented on February 1: BJP
Agarwal, who is a spokesperson for economic issues and coordinating these meeting, said in all 11 meetings were planned out of which seven have already been held at the party office. "One meeting for each specific sector is being held, and the report of every meeting is being submitted to the party's working president J P Nadda," he said.
PM Modi, Mamata Banerjee likely to share dais at Kolkata Port Trust function
In his first visit to the city after the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Kolkata on Saturday to attend the 150th anniversary of Kolkata Port Trust, wherein he will announce projects related to shipping and heritage conservation.
Action-packed diplomatic outreach awaits PM Narendra Modi in 2020
July will see the prime minister back in Russia for the SCO-BRICS Summits in St Petersburg, the officials said.
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