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‘Country wants answer’: Rahul slams PM over J&K attacks | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Congress’ Rahul Gandhi lashed out at PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday, accusing govt of failing to arrest the perpetrators of terrorist attacks in J&K’s Reasi, Kathua, and Doda on June 9, coinciding with the Union Council of ministers’ oath-taking ceremony. Rahul posted on X, “(PM) is so busy responding to congratulatory messages that he is unable to hear the cries of families of the pilgrims killed brutally in J&K.The country wants an answer. Why haven’t those behind terror attacks been caught in BJP’s regime.” Congress’ media and publicity department chairman, Pawan Khera, stressed that while Union ministers were taking oath and heads of states were visiting the country, India suffered a horrific terror attack in Reasi when terrorists fired upon a bus carrying pilgri...
Meeting with Meloni on cards as Modi set to attend G7 summit in Italy, MEA mum on Ukraine peace summit

Meeting with Meloni on cards as Modi set to attend G7 summit in Italy, MEA mum on Ukraine peace summit

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first overseas trip in his third term will be to attend the G7 Summit in Italy this week, where the Russia-Ukraine war is likely to dominate talks.Modi will also hold a high-level bilateral meeting with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) confirmed Wednesday. The ministry, however, was mum on whether the Prime Minister would attend the Ukraine peace summit — slated to take place in Switzerland a day after the G7 Summit — but added that India would be represented at an “appropriate level”. Russia has not been invited to the event, and has appreciated the decision by allies like China to boycott it. Show Full Article Diplomatic sources said Pavan Kapoor, former ambassador to R...

Video | Chirag Paswan To HD Kumaraswamy: BJP Allies Who Are Now Union Ministers

Narendra Modi took oath as Prime Minister for a historic third term on Sunday after being elected the leader of a dozen political parties led by the ruling BJP. He is only the second prime minister after Jawaharlal Nehru to return to power for the third consecutive time, though this time he will have to share power with his allies. Among the major BJP allies who have got a ministerial berth are JDU, TDP, Shiv Sena, LJP, and other parties. PM Modi and 71 other ministers took oath at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Sunday. They included 30 cabinet ministers, five ministers of state with independent charge, and 36 ministers of state. Eleven of them are from the non-BJP alliance partners. The details of who gets what portfolio are not known yet. ...

From Shah Rukh Khan’s chat with Mukesh Ambani to warm hug with Akshay Kumar: SRK’s viral moments from PM Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

Shah Rukh Khan made a stylish entry at the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accompanied by his manager Pooja Dadlani. The event saw the presence of several Indian celebrities including Rajinikanth, Anil Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Raveena Tandon, Vikrant Massey, Anuradha Paudwal, Rajkumar Hirani, and Mahaveer Jain. However, it was Shah Rukh Khan's warm interactions that stole the spotlight on social media.Before the ceremony began, Shah Rukh Khan was seen making an entrance with Reliance Industries' chairman Mukesh Ambani and his youngest son Anant Ambani. Viral pictures showed SRK and Mukesh Ambani sitting next to each other, deeply engrossed in conversation, showcasing their close bond. SRK was also seen meeting the family of Adani Group's chairman Gautam Adani at the ev...

Devendra Fadnavis meets BJP brass, no decision on his offer to quit | India News – Times of India

MUMBAI/CHHATRAPATI SAMBHAJINAGAR: While Devendra Fadnavis has offered to step down as deputy chief minister in view of the BJP's poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls in Maharashtra and take up party work full-time in view of the upcoming assembly elections, the BJP's Central leadership has not taken any decision so far, sources said. All decisions are likely only after PM Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony on Sunday.Fadnavis was in Delhi on Friday to attend PM Modi's address to NDA MPs and later met Union home minister Amit Shah at his residence. He also had a meeting with BJP president J P Nadda. However, no decision on his offer has been taken yet.Before meeting Shah, Fadnavis held a meeting with CM Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar at the residence of NCP MP Praful Patel in...

Video | BJP Likely To Keep Top Ministries In Modi 3.0 Cabinet, Allies Push For More

Two days after Lok Sabha election results denied a clear majority to the BJP, its allies in NDA have started bargaining hard for plum posts at the Centre. The BJP, however, is not in the mood to let go of key miniseries and roles, sources have said. With the single largest party well short of the magic figure, NDA allies are now on a tight deadline to reach a consensus as plans are afoot to hold the swearing in ceremony of the third Narendra Modi government this weekend. Source link

1st govt to get 3rd term ‘since 1962’, emphasis on NDA win, praise for Naidu & Nitish — Modi at BJP HQ

New Delhi: Expressing confidence that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) would retain power at the Centre, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday that this was the first time since 1962 that a government had returned for the third consecutive time after successfully completing two terms.With the BJP now having to rely on allies to form a government, Modi emphasised the NDA’s victory and praised partners such as Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar. Modi made these remarks at the BJP HQ, where he was given a rousing welcome after the NDA secured a majority in the Lok Sabha elections. Chants of ‘Modi, Modi’ could be heard as party workers and supporters sounded conches and danced to dhol beats.  Show Full Article Senior BJP leade...

Bihar | Tejashwi leads the charge

"Our approach is one of santushtika­ran (satisfaction), theirs (the Congress-led opposition) is tushtikaran (appeasement)...” In a 30-minute address replete with rhetoric and promises of a better tomorrow, at Munger on April 26, Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not pull his punches. From Bihar’s “dark ages” under Lalu Prasad and his Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) to the Congress’s “ominous gaze” on the common man’s property (via the much hyped ‘inheritance tax’), the BJP’s campaigner-in-chief whip­ped up enough bogeys to make a strong pitch for the NDA. Source link