PM Modi says economy opening up, industry returning to normalcy
With 'Unlock 1.0' beginning from Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a major segment of the economy was opening up and industry was returning to normalcy.
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Govt didn't take expert advice before imposing lockdown?
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Diplomatic, military talks on to resolve border row with China: Amit Shah
Shah was replying to a question about the ongoing border row with China in Ladakh and some other areas and circulation of videos and pictures of clashes between personnel of the Indian Army and the PLA of China.
PM Modi's first year of second term 'historic': Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath lauded the BJP-led Union government for taking ‘unprecedented steps' in the interest of every section during the coronavirus crisis. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has translated ‘hollow promises' of the past into a reality, Adityanath told reporters in a video conference.
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PM Modi thanks taxpayers for Ayushman Bharat scheme's success as beneficiaries cross 1-crore mark
New Delhi, May 31 () Honest taxpayers of the country deserve the credit for helping the poor getting free treatment under the 'Ayushman Bharat' health insurance scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday.
PM Modi to share his vision on 'Getting Growth Back' with India Inc on Tuesday
The day-long virtual event on the theme 'Getting Growth Back' will also witness participation from top corporate honchos like Piramal Group Chairman Ajay Piramal, ITC Ltd CMD Sanjiv Puri, Biocon CMD Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar, Kotak Mahindra Bank CEO and CII President-Designate Uday Kotak and CII President Vikram Kirloskar.
Pain of the poor and labourers hit hard by coronavirus crisis cannot be explained in words: PM Modi
The prime minister also asked people to be "extra careful" and stick to precautions like maintaining social distance and wearing masks as the economy gradually opens up.
Year of disappointment, disastrous management and diabolical pain: Congress on Modi govt anniversary
Congress leader K C Venugopal said the six years of the Modi dispensation have seen fraying of bonds of empathy, fraternity and brotherhood with increase in acts of communal and sectarian violence.
Year of accomplishments: JP Nadda on 1 year of Modi 2.0
Nadda underlined that Prime Minister Narendra Modi led from the front during the novel coronavirus pandemic, and took bold and timely decisions by involving people to combat the deadly infection.
Modi 2.0 first year full of historic achievements: Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in its six years of tenure had corrected many "historic wrongs" and laid the foundation of a self-reliant India, which is on the road to development. "I heartily congratulate the country's popular PM Narendra Modi on the successful one year of Modi 2.0," Shah tweeted.
Tough, big decisions marked Modi 2.0 first year: J P Nadda
Nadda said Modi had given a new direction to the country's democracy with his far-sighted policies, dedication and the spirit of team India, and people's welfare and the country's interest were reflected in every decision of the government.
Rahul Gandhi has 'limited' understanding: Nadda on his COVID-19 comments
Talking about the pandemic in his address to the party workers via social media, Nadda described migrant workers as the “strong arms” of the country and said the BJP is standing with them, and its workers and the Centre are doing everything for their safe journey to their destinations.
All that glitters in Indian mining is not gold say exploration companies
The Narendra Modi government wants to put mineral areas that it has, and may not have, up for bidding. These include five-hundred odd mineral deposits that companies like Deccan Gold claim vested rights to under a section of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 2015 that the Mines Ministry now wants to delete.
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