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Thursday, May 30th, 2019


Modi sarkar 2.0: Before making the vow, Modi to meet his new clergymen

Modi sarkar 2.0: Before making the vow, Modi to meet his new clergymen

Pastors chose for the vow of office will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his habitation at 4.30 pm on Thursday, without further ado before the swearing-in service, sources said. Prior toward the beginning of the day, the Prime Minister held a last round of counsels with BJP president Amit Shah to offer shape to his chamber of pastors before sending the rundown to the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Topping an avalanche decision triumph, Modi will make vow alongside his new chamber of pastors at 7 pm. As the gathering prepared forRead More

Why Modi has welcomed BIMSTEC pioneers to his swearing-in service today

invited BIMSTEC leaders

India has welcomed the pioneers of BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) nations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in service Thursday. Behind this welcome lies India’s reestablished concentration and developing impression in the Bay of Bengal district. ThePrint takes a gander at the significance of BIMSTEC by diagramming the few frameworks and network ventures India is engaged with around the district. What is BIMSTEC and for what reason is it significant for India? BIMSTEC is a local association containing Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, SriRead More

Modi 2.0: Shiv Sena’s Arvind Sawant to make a vow as the priest

Modi 2.0: Shiv Sena's Arvind Sawant to make a vow as the priest

Arvind Sawant, Shiv Sena MP from Mumbai South, will be confirmed as Union priest on Thursday, a senior gathering pioneer said. “From Shiv Sena one pioneer will make a vow as a priest. Uddhav Ji has given Arvind Sawant’s name, he will make a vow as a pastor,” ANI cited Sanjay Raut as saying. “It is chosen that there will be one pastor from each partner,” he included. Arvind Sawant will supplant Anant Geete, the solitary Shiv Sena serve in the past Narendra Modi-drove government, who lost from the RaigadRead More

Modi 2.0: For least government, greatest administration, huge re-organizing of services on cards

Modi 2.0: For least government, greatest administration,

Taking the plan of least government and greatest administration forward, the Modi Government 2.0 is relied upon to present a large group of changes, which likewise incorporates a major rebuilding of the services. When this is actualized, one would get the chance to see different services being consolidated. This would imply that these services would be going by a clergyman the Cabinet rank and under him would be three to four pastors of states to supervise the issues. Sources disclose to OneIndia that there have been some intense pondering onRead More