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05 May 2018 Current Events President indicated indignation over National Awards controversy


President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed his indignation to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) over this year's National Film Awards. Almost 55 awardees refused to attend the event after the news of the President attending the event for only one hour and giving away only 11 national awards went viral. The rest of the awards were given away by the Information and Broadcasting Minister.   


President Ram Nath Kovind indicated indignation over National Awards controversy

President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed his indignation to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) over this year's National Film Awards. Almost 55 awardees refused to attend the event after the news of the President attending the event for only one hour and giving away only 11 national awards went viral. The rest of the awards were given away by the Information and Broadcasting Minister.   


PM Modi to go on a two-day visit to Nepal from May 11

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be going on a two-day visit to the Himalayan state from May 11. This is his third visit to Nepal after he became the Prime Minister of India in 2014. He will be meeting Nepalese counterpart, KP Sharma Oli during his visit, who invited Modi to Nepal when he visited India. Both the sides had vowed to take this relationship to the next level on the basis of "equality, mutual trust and respect". 


President indicated indignation over National Awards controversy

President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed his indignation to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) over this year's National Film Awards. Almost 55 awardees refused to attend the event after the news of the President attending the event for only one hour and giving away only 11 national awards went viral. The rest of the awards were given away by the Information and Broadcasting Minister.   

President Ram Nath Kovind indicated indignation over National Awards controversy

President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed his indignation to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) over this year's National Film Awards. Almost 55 awardees refused to attend the event after the news of the President attending the event for only one hour and giving away only 11 national awards went viral. The rest of the awards were given away by the Information and Broadcasting Minister.   

PM Modi to go on a two-day visit to Nepal from May 11

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be going on a two-day visit to the Himalayan state from May 11. This is his third visit to Nepal after he became the Prime Minister of India in 2014. He will be meeting Nepalese counterpart, KP Sharma Oli during his visit, who invited Modi to Nepal when he visited India. Both the sides had vowed to take this relationship to the next level on the basis of "equality, mutual trust and respect". 




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