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Major News and Events of 30 November 2014

What Happened on 30 November 2014


BJP president Amit Shah attacks CM Banerjee in election rally at Kolkata

BJP national president Amit Shah attacked West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee over no development in the state, terrorist activities and the Saradha case while addressing a rally in Kolkata. He even asked for a 'Trinamool-free Bengal'. The Saradha chit fund scam has been impacting CM Banerjee and her government since early 2013.The saffron party is trying to get a foothold in the state and preparing grounds for the 2016 assembly elections.

PM Addresses BJP party workers in Guwahati

While addressing a gathering of BJP workers in Guwahati Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised all the partymen for their work in northeast. He laid stress on development and called it the only mantra of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He then picked up the issue of safety and problems in state and look for the consent of people regarding India-Bangladesh land swap deal which will be used to end the illegal infiltration from Bangladesh to Assam.

Congress's social media campaign against Modi government

A social media campaign targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government has been initiated by the Congress. The prime focus of the campaign will be to expose the 'U-turns' govt took on the promises it made during the past six months. On Twitter Ajay Maken, chairman of the party’s Communication Department has used hashtag “#UTurn Sarkar” in a tweet “six months have passed; It’s U-turn government”.

Report suggests launch of Apple's bigger iPad in H1 2015

You must have heard the rumour of a bigger 12.9 inch iPad. But recently Japanese magazine Mac Fan has published drawings and claimed it to be the 12.2-inch iPad Air Plus. The expected launch time of this iPad is between April and June, next year. The iPad will be powered by Apple A9 processor. It will have four speakers for stereo sound. As per report a new iPad mini 4, having the design of the iPad Air 2, will also be introduced. Production of the large iPad has been delayed because of increase in demand for iPhone.

PM Modi's rallies in Jamshedpur and Ranchi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing an election rally at the Gopal Maidan and Morhabadi grounds in Jamshedpur and Ranchi respectively attacked Congress and asked voters to end 'vanshwaad legacy'. He said that Indian voters have shown and punished the party for being dishonest and did not believe that party is even worth of forming a Leader of Opposition (LOP) in Parliament. He added that in spite of all this the Congress is still not ready to change. PM Modi called Jamshedpur a 'mini India' as it has people from all across India. He promised to develop the Steel City and put it in the list of top Industrial cities of India.




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