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Narendra Modi as Prime Minister

August 22, 2014
Day 88 of Modi Sarkar

A few days back Rajnath Singh had stated that after coming to power the BJP will be looking at the issue of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and sending the illegal immigrants back to where they came from. Now both India and Bangladesh have pledged to fight terrorism together. India and Bangladesh agree to combat insurgency Recently there was an incident at Meherpur where a Bangladeshi national was killed by a Border Security Force (BSF) soldier. [...]Read More

August 21, 2014
Day 87 of Modi Sarkar

Of late the Indian government has been going up against the WTO or its economically advanced members like Australia and the US, to be more exact. In this tussle against the global trading body it is now looking for support from Africa with the reason that whatever it is doing is for the cause of the poor and depressed classes and it is a genuine cause that needs to be supported. India looks to Africa [...]Read More

August 20, 2014
Day 86 of Modi Sarkar

2014 is the 50th year of diplomatic relations between India and Singapore and this time around both the countries are looking to take it to the next level. India has already asked for infrastructural assistance from Singapore and now Singapore has expressed willingness to partner India in defence. Singapore assures support for regional security Dr. Ng Eng Hen, minister for defence of Singapore, has stated that there are some important areas in defence where both [...]Read More

August 19, 2014
Day 85 of Modi Sarkar

During his recent visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Narendra Modi had provided his opinion on what he thought was a proxy war being waged by Pakistan through militants and repeated violations of ceasefire. He had stated that the main reason of such acts was the fact that Pakistan knew it would be unable to engage India in a face-to-face fight. In fact, there had been a considerable amount of ceasefire violations in the last few [...]Read More

August 18, 2014
Day 84 of Modi Sarkar

One of the highlights of the brief tenure in which Narendra Modi has adorned the position of India’s prime minister is that he has shown himself as someone who is not here to walk the path often taken. For starters he invited all the heads of state of the immediate neighbors of India when he was taking the oath to become India’s new PM. FDI in railways, defence are revolutionary steps One of the hallmarks [...]Read More

August 17, 2014
Day 83 of Modi Sarkar

Modi commissions India’s largest indigenous warship INS Kolkata Prime Minister Narendra Modi inducted INS Kolkata, India’s largest indigenously built warship into the naval fleet in Mumbai on Saturday. He was accompanied by Arun Jaitley, Union Defence Minister, Admiral RK Dhowan, Chief of Naval Staff, K Sankaranarayanan, Governor of Maharashtra, and Prithviraj Chavan, Chief Minister of Maharashtra. The warship was designed by the Naval Design Bureau and the construction was undertaken by Mazagon Docks Ltd (MDL), Mumbai. [...]Read More

August 16, 2014
Day 82 of Modi Sarkar

One of the major hallmarks of Narendra Modi during the days when he was on the road to become the next prime minister of India was his immense capability to provide captivating speeches. When Modi delivered his first speech as India’s PM on the Independence Day he once again was able to wow everyone in attendance with lots of promises, all of which were made with one intent and one intent only – to make [...]Read More

August 15, 2014
Day 81 of Modi Sarkar

It was only yesterday that India had professed its complete cooperation for Sri Lanka with regard to rehabilitating the country after the end of the 30-year old bloody war with LTTE that claimed thousands of lives and also led to the assassination of former prime minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi. Lanka releases Indian fishermen on I-Day One of the major problem areas between both the countries has been the frequent arrest of Indian fishermen for [...]Read More

August 14, 2014
Day 80 of Modi Sarkar

Sri Lanka is one country with which India has had a mixed bag of a relationship. Of late the arrest of fishermen from Tamil Nadu has been a frequently disturbing issue even as India is playing an important role in the reconstruction of the island following the civil war. Now India has decided to re-affirm its commitment to its southern neighbour, especially with regard to the process of settlement and rehabilitation after the 30-year long [...]Read More

August 13, 2014
Day 79 of Modi Sarkar

The national administration under Narendra Modi has been trying to go against the trade facilitation agreement being pushed through by the advanced economies, which are members of the World Trade Organization such as the US and Australia. It has been saying that this opposition is to ensure that the critical issue of food security is properly addressed. However, it now seems that this could have an adverse effect on India as far as global trade [...]Read More

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