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Resounding Modi wave as BJP secures 303

The BJP’s resounding victory in the Lok Sabha elections that saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi make headlines across national and international dailies and also paint a vast swath of the mainland saffron brought in its wake some outstanding results from a number of states.In the final tally that the Election Commission continues to update the

Budget 2018

Budget 2018: All eyes on Jaitley’s briefcase; here is what to expect

The last full-fledged budget of the Narendra Modi-led government and the first one after GST rollout is much anticipated. With the day finally arriving today, speculation about Union Budget 2018 is rife across the country. Various sectors such as e-commerce, health, agriculture, education, Information Technology (IT), and manufacturing among others expect major policy initiatives which will drive growth and support development and expansion.Here are a few sectors which

corporate loans

Did not write off any corporate loans: Jaitley

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Tuesday that the Narendra Modi-government has not written off any corporate loans and such assumptions were just “misconceptions”. “Let me clarify that neither the government nor the banks wrote off any loans,” Jaitley told the Rajya Sabha in response to a question that the government had reportedly written off

Modi voices support for Palestinian cause

New Delhi, Nov 28 (IANS) Modi voices support for Palestinian cause. On the eve of the International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reiterated India’s support for the Palestinian cause.”On the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, I reiterate India’s steadfast support for the

ITBP has special affinity with Himalayas: Modi

New Delhi, Oct 24 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday greeted the Indo-Tibetan Border Police on its raising day, saying it has special affinity with the Himalayas and prowess at high altitude operations.“Greetings to ITBP family on their Raising Day. The Force has distinguished itself through its bravery and humanitarian ethos,” Modi said in

Swaraj assures Pak woman of granting medical visa

Swaraj assures Pak woman of granting medical visa. New Delhi- In a humanitarian gesture, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today assured a Pakistani woman who is suffering from cancer of granting a visa for her treatment in India. Swaraj conveyed the decision of granting the medical visa to Pakistani woman Faiza Tanveer on twitter. “Thanks

Pranab cautions govt against using ordinance route

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android For IOS New Delhi, Jul 23  President Pranab Mukherjee today cautioned the government against using the ordinance route to bring in a law, saying it should be used only in a compelling situation and not taken recourse to in monetary matters. At a

Tamil Nadu farmers detained outside PM’s residence

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android For IOS New Delhi, July 16: Scores of Tamil Nadu farmers, who had grabbed eyeballs with their unique protest earlier this year, today landed in the national capital to resume their agitation for loan waiver and drought-relief package. Around 70 cultivators were, however,

Shameful act in Delhi, minor girl raped in gym

Shameful act Delhi, minor girl raped gym. A shameful case has been reported in Delhi with a innocent girl being raped inside an open gym, where the accused took the girl away with her and then did this shameful act with him inside the gym. Police arrested the accused. The matter is from the Minto

Lalu calls Legislators to Patna for meeting

Political waves have started rising in Bihar during the raid on the members of Lalu Yadav’s family in Bihar. Between all speculations, RJD has held a meeting all of its legislators on Monday, and just one day after this, Nitish is also going to meet with his MLAs and MPs. In fact, among the all

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj will visit Nepal next month

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj will visit Nepal next month to participate in the BIMSTEC foreign ministers meeting to be held in Kathmandu during August 10-11.Swaraj confirmed her participation in the meet during talks with her Nepalese counterpart Krishna Bahadur Mahara in New Delhi on Monday. Nepal is the current chair of the BIMSTEC (Bay

Indians regarded low-risk travelers for entering US

The impact of Donald Trump giving a special significance to India is now beginning to appear. The US has started giving Indians space in their Global Entry Program. Under this, travelers from some countries in the US get pre-allowed and low-risk traveler status at 53 airports and 15 other locations. So far the passengers of

Impact of steps against Black Money brings India’s rank in Swiss Bank down.

India has started to see the effect of the strong measures against black money. In case of Swiss bank deposits, India has dropped from its 61st position to 88th position. The UK is on the top. However, foreign banks have increased money in Swiss banks. India’s position indicates that India’s action has brought some color.Swiss

GST will bring transparency and weed out black money: Nitin Gadkari

The GST is being implemented at 12 o’clock tonight, which is said to be the biggest improvement in the country. On this occasion Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee, along with the country’s famed personalities will be witness to this moment. Day of implementation of GST is a historic day.Union Minister, Nitin Gadkari

Textile Merchants closed shops in Protest against GST.

The Govt. Of India is implementing GST from July 1, but the businessmen of the country have started to protest against this order of the government and protests are being organized against the government’s decision. The traders are being constantly protested against this decision.Today protesters in Moga, decided to keep their shops closed for one

VHP, Bajrang Dal Distribute Trishul in Gujarat to protect cows and fight Love Jihad

VHP, Bajrang Dal Distribute Trishul Gujarat protect cows fight Love Jihad. According to the sources, 75 youths were given trishuls by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal at the Trishul Diksha programme in Gandhinagar,  On Monday.The reasons cited by the right wing organisation for handing out the weapons were fighting “love jihad” and protecting cows.


Centre to open 800 Passport service centres in Head Post Offices

The Centre has decided to open passport service centres in all the 800 district head post offices across the country in two years’ time to increase people’s access to the facility, especially in remote areas. Making the announcement here today, minister of state for External Affairs V K Singh said, “150 post office passport seva