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Mann Ki Baat reveals why Modi banned red beacon"The concept behind the 'New India' is that EPI should replace VIP. EPI means every person is important, the Prime Minister said.
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"The concept behind the 'New India' is that EPI should replace VIP. EPI means every person is important, the Prime Minister said.
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Particularly when the party with the winning streak is at the helm of the Central government and perceived to be pro-reform and development. "There have been numerous reformers elected around the world. But (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi’s reforms seem the most likely to bear fruit," says Mark Matthews, head of research (Asia) at Julius Baer, a Swiss private banking group. And, yes, if 5k in 1999 had its 5,000 balloons, 30k in 2017 was celebrated with a humongous 30 kg cake. That the sentiment is bullish is reflected in the willingness of business owners to put their mouths where the money is — where else but on Dalal Street, where a rash of upbeat firms are readying to go public. Over 50 companies are expected to raise between Rs 40,000 crore and Rs 60,000 crore in 2017-18. "It is just the tip of the iceberg. As the India story unfolds, let’s sit back and enjoy the rally ahead, as this time it’s different," says Vikas Khemani, CEO, Edelweiss Securities.
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Unprecedented Modi gambit boosts India's space push like never beforeIndia is carving a very unique place in the universe. This week New Delhi will 'gift' a heavyweight bird in the sky to its neighbours.
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BJP MLA Ashish Deshmukh and doctors Abhay Bang and PC Gupta are the other signatories to the PIL. The petitioners have filed the plea as private citizens. “Since tobacco kills, it should be the family of tobacco users who are left behind, who should be taking the lead in filing such a petitionhence we have Ms Pednekar as the lead petitioner. But since tobacco is a powerful lobby, we did not want her to be isolated so all of us came together to support her,” he adds. The petition highlights that public sector insurance companies continuing to invest in tobacco run counter to the government’s commitment towards tobacco control, at a time when even PM Narendra Modi has spoken out in favour of tobacco control. Additionally, India is also a signatory to the World Health Organisation’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) which restrains governments from investing in the tobacco industry, it points out, with India hosting the last Conference of Parties (COP7) in Delhi last year.
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Here's what Opposition can do to stop the Modi waveModi's pitch of governance gave him a positive persona. But opposition playing up sundry emotive issues is not going to give them a positive image.
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Modi govt's big GST challenge: How to process 3.5 bn invoices every monthThe success of one of the world’s largest and most complex tax reforms depends on the glitch-free performance of the goods and services tax network.
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This small panchayat ward in Kerala has become the first one to go digital in the country, taking a very important step in fulfilling Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream.
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Don't politicise Triple Talaq: PM ModiModi told the gathering at the event,"I will urge people from the community to not allow the issue to get politicised"
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Modi told the gathering at the event,"I will urge people from the community to not allow the issue to get politicised"
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You can drive at 150 km/hr without a jolt on this new expressway planned by Modi govtGadkari said NHAI will consider adding a layer of bitumen on concrete highways to prevent tyre bursts and crashes as is done some road stretches abroad.
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'Members try to financially empower RJD chief'Modi countered Singh's claims and said the land she registered in Rabri's name was different from the one she had leased out to her.
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Muslim and Christian community leaders insist that although the Hindutva wave targeting the minorities began sweeping the country around the time Narendra Modi was elected prime minister in 2014, the two communities have begun facing a new wave of sectarian attacks following BJP's victory in three states, including Uttar Pradesh, last month. Allegations have surfaced that, soon after Adityanath, a hard-line Hindu religious leader, was installed as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV), a private Hindu militia set up by him, began attacking Muslims and Christians in the state. "After Yogi became the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Muslims were asked by the HYV activists to leave at least two Hindu-majority villages of the state to make them Hindu-only villages. In another Hindu-majority village in Hapur [in Uttar Pradesh], HYV men thrashed Muslims and warned against wearing Muslim skullcaps in public.
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