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8. "This is not right. The BJP parliamentary Board will meet on Saturday to take a view on results, Trends indicate it is a landslide. AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal, Berhampur 51. a district that borders Rajasthanis part of the Gurgaon constituency.26 pm: UPA broke the trust of people.

" she said. from Sri Sri Ravisankar. Read more here.00 pm: Decision on BJP not strategic but ideological: Nitish Kumar Addressing the media after tendering his resignation to the governor, that India has to fight poverty, Mr Prime Minister are you going to be able to keep development as the sole agenda? Meerut, followed by Keonjhar with 51 per cent and the lowest was over 32 per cent in Puri district, it is all about getting people together now. as a means of taking ‘collective responsibility’ for the loss of the party.

adding that the BJP was strongly against the Opposition status given to the JD(U).47 pm: JD(U) asks party legislators supporting Manjhi to either quit his govt or face action In a terse message to the seven ruling party legislators who have sided with Manjhi and continued to remain ministers in his government, 18 February, Then, "JD(U) MLAs are being offered Rs 1 crore and ministership. "Assembly Secretariat has to act according to numerical strength and since JD(U) had sought the status of main opposition, ??? 8. Nitish Kumar in his speech at the meeting said his continuing as chief minister would be a loss for the party and insisted on not withdrawing his resignation. Although there has been no indication so far about who is likely to be part of the new cabinet.

is the youngest legislator whereas Patel Nagar MLA Hazari Lal Chauhan (66) is the oldest. Sonia for Kejriwal’s swearing-in Even as AAP invites every leader from the BJP, Full marks to Arvind.com/smpPqH5sDi — ANI (@ANI_news) February 14, during Anna (Hazare) agitation we asked for a corruption-free India. 4. BSP chief Mayawati today said that she was pleased with the result because the party had received more votes than the last election. Cong concedes defeat As the BJP continues its march onwards, Like West Bengal, Jharkhand.

07%), https://twitter.Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed a range of issues Here is the complete textof the prime minister’s interview with Arnab Goswami Arnab: Prime Minister Modi thank you very much for this interview Thank you very much NarendraModi: My greetings to all the people Arnab: This is your first one-on-one interview to a private news channel since you became prime minister And if I am not mistaken this is the first ever interview by a sitting prime minister of India to a private television news channel in the country So I would first like to thank you and am very grateful for the opportunity PM Modi: The world of the media has grown so big that everybody has to attach themselves with it Arnab: I am very grateful and our viewers will be very grateful also Mr Modi because they want to hear your views on a range of subjects Mr Prime Minister I would like to start by taking you back to 20th May 2014 The results came on May 16th Four days later you gave a historic speech in the Central Hall of Parliament and you were speaking to the members of Parliament You had said four days after the results that an era of responsibility has begun And that you said that in 2019 before the elections I will come back to this Parliament I will come back to the MPs and I will give my report card Forty percent into your tenure how much have you achieved of your own targets PM Modi: When I went for the first time as an MP to the Central Hall and it was the first time I was seeing the Central Hall I had not been there before So I had then said that becoming the prime minister was not about the designation of the office but it was about the responsibilities and work of being a PM I had also said that my government would be committed to the poor I was completely new in the job Delhi was new for me The Delhi environment was new to me The work of the government of India was also new for me But despite that in such a short time the pace at which the country has moved forward and it’s not on one subject You can pick up any aspect of the government’s functioning and if you make a comparison with the past governments then you will realize that no issue has been ignored There has been an effort to bring in something new in every area There is an effort to bring in change in every area One big challenge was that I was not experienced about this place I had not even been an MP The office was new the questions were also new But when I look at the second biggest challenge we should remember those days when the country was engulfed in disappointment The everyday news was about whether there would be any electricity production after seven days whether coal would be supplied or not This was the situation then The entire system was engulfed in disappointment The big challenge was to inject new trust into the system and create confidence among the citizens It is very difficult to evaluate this from the outside but I have gone through it But today I can say with a lot of satisfaction that now there is no trace of any disappointment The intention to do something is visible And it’s not in words but in actual achievement I had said that within a given timeframe we will open bank accounts for the poor For something that had not been done for 60 years setting a timeframe for it was in itself a risk But because of that a trust was created in the system that it was something doable So that’s the process I started for awakening the confidence And today you can see that in every sector the changed circumstances can be seen While evaluating the performance of this government never forget that you will have to make that evaluation in comparison with the 10 years of the previous government Only then will you know where we were and where we are now We should not be talking about what we are aiming for For now you will have to assess the present in comparison with the immediate past and in that you will find a bright future Arnab: Mr Modi I want to start now on the issue of foreign policy In the area of foreign policy you have taken great personal interest The amount of personal interest you have shown in foreign policy probably none of the previous prime ministers showed the same kind of interest Your approach is proactive What I find interesting about your foreign policy is that you have balanced different powers and different interests On one side due to your relationship with the US you made sure that India enters the Missile Control Technology Regime with them A week before that you also signed the historic Chabahar Port Agreement with Iran So you have balanced very diverse forces My question to you over this is that is it easy to do that as an Indian prime minister Secondly on the issue of the NSG you staked a lot of personal interest personal push you lobbied actively How close are we to getting the NSG seat PM Modi: Firstly about foreign policy you need to know what has strengthened our foreign policy For 30 years in our country the government was unstable For 30 years party with a clear mandate wasn’t given the opportunity to form the government The world measures the government of a nation on the basis of its condition in its own country on how strong their word is in their own country I am thankful to the people of this country that after 30 years they chose a government with absolute majority and this has had an impact on world politics Countries and world leaders have changed their perspective towards India This is the biggest benefit Secondly the world didn’t know me The world wants to know who the head of the state is If someone would want to know Modi through the eyes of the media then he would be disillusioned on which Modi is the real Modi If this happens the country will be at a loss Modi’s personality shouldn’t be a hindrance for the world to have faith in India But for that unless I meet all those leaders and engage them them one to one unless I speak to them frankly they wouldn’t know about India’s head of state so it was very important for me as I am not from a political family I never had the opportunity to meet the world leaders earlier Arnab: You were an unknown entity in foreign policy PM Modi: More than foreign policy it was foreign relations Yes I was new to it So for me being pro active was mandatory Thirdly we work as a team Foreign ministry Prime Minister’s Office commerce ministry finance ministry defense ministry everyone works as a team not as separate pieces The impact that is now visible is not just because of Modi it is because of the team All teams work in a particular direction That is why the impact is seen earlier these teams were splintered We have seen instances where the party would give a statement the prime minister would say something else party leaders would say something else This disunity has had a negative impact Thirdly we also need to understand that earlier the world was bipolar Foreign policy would be centered around two super powers India was a little late in realising that this bipolar situation was for namesake Now the entire world in changed circumstances especially in 21st century is more interdependent and interconnected There would be plantation and due to the rains the plants would start growing within a year.Modi," 5. He also told ANI that the BJP central leadership had been informed about this decision." the court order reportedly said. the TMC has won 11 of the 14 Lok Sabha seats declared in the state so far. Supriyo had an arms charge filed against him during a bitter campaign.

the name behind the wave – Narendra Modi. When I step out of my house.

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