Siddaramaiah govt to get 20-24 more ministers, oath on Saturday
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, and Deputy Chief Minister D.K. Shivakumar had met party General Secretaries K.C. Venugopal and Randeep Singh Surjewala to discuss the cabinet expansion on Thursday. The meeting of the four leaders lasted for over five hours in three sessions where the names of several MLAs for
Oppn's 'politics' over new Parliament House an insult to people's mandate: Shah
"Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to dedicate the newly-constructed Parliament building to the nation on May 28, but the opposition is playing petty politics by boycotting the event," Shah said here. He claimed that the people of the entire country wanted that a new temple of democracy is built for the creation of a 'New India', where.
Amit Shah to visit Manipur for 3 days, hold talks to resolve ethnic crisis
After laying the foundation stone for the 11th campus of the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) in Guwahati, Shah said that the violence in Manipur was triggered by an order of the Manipur High Court. Urging people of all communities in Manipur to maintain peace and ethnic harmony, the Home Minister said that talks among all the stakeholders are essential to resolve the present crisis.
Is Sebi move to seek foreign fund details PR exercise, asks Jairam Ramesh
Quoting a media report to target Sebi, the Congress leader said, Ramesh said, "First, Sebi suddenly loosens ownership regulations for Foreign Portfolio Investors so as to make them opaque. Then, the Adani Group takes full advantage of this opacity tailor-made for it by its Patron Minister.
Assam witnessing new era of peace & development: PM Modi
Sharing a video message on the occasion of Assam Rozgar Mela where nearly 45,000 youth were handed job letters for various state government departments, PM Modi asserted that the current development pace of the government has spread positivity and inspiration in the state.
'Rahul Gandhi will root for democracy on US trip, won't hold back'
"I think we have a moral responsibility to talk about the challenges confronting democracy all over the world - from Turkey to Hungary to Mexico to India and even here in the US," he said, adding: "We are for diversity and inclusion and we will talk about it." Asked if Gandhi will talk about the situation in India, Pitroda said, "Yes, if he is asked about it."
Satyendar Jain shifted to LNJP after slipping in Tihar washroom
According to a prison official, around 6 a.m. on Thursday, Jain slipped in the bathroom and fell on the floor of the hospital at central jail No. 7, where he was kept under observation for general weakness. "He was then examined by the doctors. Vitals were normal. He was further referred to the DDU Hospital as he complained about pain in his back, left leg and shoulder," said a prison official.
'Mission successful': CM Kejriwal gets NCP's full backing for Delhi fight in Parliament
"Democracy is under attack from the BJP. We must all unitedly safeguard it. Efforts are being made to deprive the rights of governments elected by the people and create hurdles for them. We shall fully support the AAP's fight in parliament," declared Pawar after his half-hour meeting with Kejriwal-Mann and other leaders.
CM Himanta accuses Left lobby of disrespecting Sengol
Sarma wrote on Twitter, "The Sengol was integral to our Independence but the Left relegated it as a nondescript 'walking stick' in a museum corner despite Pt Nehru's crucial role." "Another instance of how an entire eco-system censored any event in history that glorified ancient Bharat & Hindu rituals," he further mentioned in the Twitter post.
With Cabinet expansion on cards, Siddaramaiah, Shivakumar meet top Congress leaders
Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar arrived in the national capital on Wednesday evening separately. The two leaders on Thursday morning first met General secretary, Organisation, K.C. Venugopal at his residence here and then proceeded for a meeting with the senior leaders at party's war room here.