Narendra Modi

Modi pitches for self-reliance in defence production, says strong army necessary for peace

Narendra ModiSrinagar: Making a strong pitch for self- reliance in defence production, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said this is needed to make the country completely secure from any threat and said he also has accorded highest priority to the modernisation of defence forces as strong security was necessary for an atmosphere of peace, amity and harmony in the country.

In his brief speech at the 'Sanik Samelan' here, the Prime Minister spoke about encouraging defence production in the country and said it was important for securing the borders of the country, official sources said here.


PM meets Omar Abdullah in Srinagar

Narendra-ModiSrinagar, July 4 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday, after inaugurating a train service from Katra to Udhampur.

Earlier today, Modi flagged off a new train to Katra and congratulated the people of Jammu and Kashmir for helping the project see the light of day, and said the new facility will not only be beneficial to Kashmiris, but also to all who want to visit the state.

Assuring people that there will be no shortage or obstacles in the development of Jammu, Modi said: "The train is not just to commute, it gives birth to development."


Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg calls on PM

Sheryl-SandbergNew Delhi, July 3 : The Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, Ms. Sheryl Sandberg, called on the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, today.

She said India is a very important country for Facebook, considering the high number of active Facebook users in India.

An official statement said the Prime Minister discussed with Ms. Sandberg, ways through which a platform such as Facebook can be used for governance and better interaction between the people and governments.

He also talked about how Facebook can be used to bring more tourists to India.


Kashmiri Pandits criticise linking their return to Valley with money, jobs

Narendra ModiNew Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmiri Pandits today said their return and rehabilitation to the Valley cannot be addressed without recognising the fact that they were subjected to "religious cleansing and genocide" which eventually lead to their displacement.


PM greets people on Rath Yatras, Ashadhi Bij

Narendra ModiNew Delhi, June 29 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the people on the occasion of the Rath Yatras that are being held across the country today.

The Prime Minister has also greeted the people on Ashadhi Bij, the Kutchi New Year.

"My warm greetings to the people on the occasion of the Rath Yatras that would be held across India today. We bow to Lord Jagannath on this auspicious day. Today once again he sets out on his chariot, giving blessings to the people," Modi said on the microblogging site twitter.


PM Modi to witness ISRO PSLV C23 launch on Monday

PM Modi to witness ISRO PSLV C23 launch on MondaySriharikota (Odisha)/New Delhi, June 29 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to witness the launch lift off of the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO's) PSLV C23 on Monday morning.

According to reports, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) will carry a French Earth observation satellite along with four other satellites from Singapore, Canada and Germany on June 30 from the Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh. The countdown for the launch began on Saturday, and is progressing normally.


PM stresses on development of horticulture in Arunachal Pradesh

Narendra ModiItanagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday stressed on development of horticulture in Arunachal Pradesh, specially on harnessing herbal and medicinal plants when Chief Minister Nabam Tuki called on him at New Delhi.

While assuring his full support to the state government, Modi said it would be the endeavour of his government to promote an investment friendly environment for the benefit of the state, a statement from the CMO said.

Tuki submitted a detailed memorandum highlighting various development issues and sought necessary support from the Centre, the statement said.


More than a dozen killed in blast at GAIL India gas pipeline

GAILNew Delhi: More than a dozen people were killed on Friday after a blast at a gas pipeline operated by state-owned energy company GAIL (India) Ltd in Andhra Pradesh, the company said.

"As per the information received from the GAIL official at the site there are 13-14 casualties," a GAIL spokeswoman said. The victims were local residents and a fire at the scene had been brought under control.

The 18-inch diameter pipeline supplies gas to a power plant operated by Lanco Infratech Ltd. .


Modi writes to Hasina: Hopes for new era of S.Asia cooperation and connectivity

Narendra-ModiNew Delhi, June 26 : The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has written to Mrs. Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, thanking her for her letter of felicitations on his assumption of office.

In the letter, which was handed over by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka, Modi has said that he is convinced that the wellbeing of every nation is linked to its neighbourhood, and therefore, he places special emphasis on India's engagement with its neighbours.


Second high level cabinet meeting on gas price today

Second high level cabinet meeting on gas price todayNew Delhi - The second high level cabinet meeting on gas prices is scheduled to be held on Tuesday. Principal Secretary Nripendra Misra will be chairing the meeting.

Earlier on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high level meeting to take a decision on gas prices. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who met Modi on Sunday, were in the Prime Minister's Office again on Monday to discuss possible tweaks to the Rangarajan price formula, under which the price of gas would rise to USD 8.8 from July from USD 4.2 currently.


Modi thanks guardian deities, Kings for Bhutan visit success

Narendra-ModiNew Delhi: Happy over his successful Bhutan visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked the "blessings of our guardian deities, leadership of our Kings, good fortune of our people" for it.

"Visit a success: All thanks to the blessings of our Guardian Deities; leadership of our Kings; good fortune of our People," Modi tweeted.

Modi, who chose Bhutan as his first foreign destination since taking over last month, received a rousing welcome in that country with the Monarchy and the government going out of the way to display their special gestures.


India, Bhutan to place more emphasis on education, capacity building

Narendra-ModiThimphu, June 16 : India and Bhutan on Monday agreed to give more emphasis to the education sector and capacity building .

In a joint statement released on behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay, the former announced announced the doubling of the Nehru-Wangchuck Scholarship to Rs. 20 million per year.

The India Government also agreed to provide grant assistance for the establishment of the digital section/ E-library in the National Library of Bhutan and in all 20 districts of Bhutan.


PM Modi's visit to Bhutan extremely satisfying: Sushma Swaraj

Sushma-Swaraj_Thimphu, (Bhutan) June 16 : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bhutan as extremely successful and satisfying.

"India selected Bhutan because it is one of our important neighbours, and certainly the friendliest country. This visit has been extremely successful and satisfying. It has reinforced and further strengthened relations between India and Bhutan. In spite of being a very short visit, the Prime Minister could interact with the legislator, judiciary and executive, all the three wings of democracy," said Swaraj at a press conference here today.


Prime Minister Modi enroute to Thimphu from Paro

Narendra-ModiParo, (Bhutan), June 15 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left Paro Airport for Bhutan's capital Thimphu, which is at a distance of at least 52 kilometers.

The Prime Minister is on a two-day official visit to Bhutan.

Earlier today, the Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft carrying Modi landed at Paro Airport, where Modi was received by Bhutan's Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, members of his cabinet and senior Bhutanese and Indian Embassy officials.


Modi's election expenditure in Vadodara stood at Rs 50 lakh

Narendra ModiVadodara: Prime Minister Narendra Modi incurred a total poll expenditure of a little over Rs 50 lakh in Vadodara, one of the two Lok Sabha seats from where he contested and won.

Modi's campaign-related expenses stood at Rs 50,03,598, according to the accounts submitted to the Election Commission office here yesterday by Vadodara Mayor Bharat Shah who was in-charge of the BJP leader's poll expenditure for Vadodara.

According to the details submitted with EC, a major part of the expenses (Rs 25.80 lakh) went towards organising two meetings during Modi's visit to the city - first on April 9 for filing his nomination paper and on May 16


PM Modi to witness INS Vikramaditya's air power demonstration

Narendra ModiNew Delhi, June 14 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a visit to INS Vikramaditya to witness the air power demonstration by the Indian aircraft carrier off the Goa coast in the Arabian Sea today.

Modi will also be witnessing the high-speed maneuver by the Navy's Western Fleet ships, which include aircraft carrier INS Viraat, Delhi-class destroyers and Talwar-class frigates.

The 44,500-tonne warship was acquired from Russia, and was commissioned in the Navy by Defence Minister AK Antony in November last year.


Akhilesh Yadav calls on PM Modi

Akhilesh-YadavNew Delhi, June 12 : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Singh Yadav met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.

Yadav was accompanied by senior officials of his administration, including state chief secretary Alok Ranjan, televison reports said.

At the time of the filing of this report, it was not known what had transpired between the two leaders during their meeting.

Earlier, Yadav told media while on his visit to the capital, said that whichever government comes to power, the issue of law and order will always be a matter of great concern for it.


PM discontinues four standing committees of the cabinet

narendra-modiNew Delhi, June 10 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday decided to discontinue the four Standing Committees of the Cabinet.

The discontinued committees are Cabinet Committee on Management of Natural Calamities, Cabinet Committee on Prices, Cabinet Committee on World Trade Organisation Matters and Cabinet Committee on Unique Identification Authority of India related issues.


NTPC's Farakka project gets domestic coal via inland waterways

NTPC's Farakka project gets domestic coal via inland waterwaysNew Delhi: NTPC's thermal power project at Farakka in West Bengal has started getting domestic coal through inland waterways, helping to ease shortages caused by irregular fuel supplies by rail.

"Coal transportation has started through inland waterways at NTPC's Farakka thermal power project in West Bengal," according to Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari.


PM Narendra Modi to sail on board INS Vikramaditya

Narendra ModiNew Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will sail on INS Vikramaditya, the largest warship of the Indian Navy, off the coast of Goa on June 14.

He will dedicate the warship, India's second aircraft carrier after INS Virat, to the nation on that day, Navy sources said today.

The warship is already in the Arabian Sea.

INS Vikramaditya is the newest and largest ship to join Indian Navy on November 16, 2013. The ship was commissioned by the then Defence Minister A K Antony in Russia.


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