Narendra Modi

PM Modi congratulates Dilma Rousseff on re-election as Brazil Prez

Narendra Modi and Dilma RousseffNew Delhi, Oct. 27 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday congratulated Dilma Rousseff on her re-election as the President of Brazil for the second term.

"Congratulations to @dilmabr on her re-election as the President of Brazil! My best wishes to her for the 2nd term," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

"I look forward to continuing to work with @dilmabr to strengthen India-Brazil relations in the years to come", he added.

Dilma Vana Rousseff, the 36th President of Brazil, got re-elected for the position after securing more than 51% of votes. (ANI)

PM Modi lauds Hrithik's 'Swachh Bharat' initiative

PM Modi lauds Hrithik's 'Swachh Bharat' initiativeNew Delhi, Oct 26 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday lauded Hrithik Roshan's 'Swachh Bharat' initiative, calling for the country to be inspired by the Bollywood actor's efforts.

"Am sure you all will get inspired by @iHrithik's efforts! He has made a significant effort towards creating a Swachh Bharat. #MyCleanIndia," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

Earlier on Saturday, Hrithik had, in a series of tweets which were later retweeted by the Prime Minister, talked about his experiences of the cleanliness drive that he undertook.

PM Modi congratulates TV channels for showing dirt on streets left by Diwali celebrations

Narendra ModiNew Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday congratulated TV channels for showing dirty streets after Diwali celebrations, saying telecasting such visuals would create awareness among people about the importance of cleanliness.

The Prime Minister, who launched the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on October 2, also congratulated the people who particpated in cleanliness drive after bursting fire crackers during Diwali.

"I saw several TV channels showing dirt left behind after crackers. I congratulate them for spreading awareness on importance of cleanliness," Modi wrote on micro-blogging website after news channels aired visuals of filthy condition on streets after Diwali celebreations.

PM Modi to spend Diwali in Srinagar

Narendra ModiNew Delhi, Oct 21 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that this year, he will spend Diwali with the people who were affected by the floods in Srinagar.

"Will be in Srinagar on Diwali, 23rd October and will spend the day with our sisters and brothers affected by the unfortunate floods," the Prime Minister tweeted.

Incessant rains, coupled with a swollen Jhelum river caused severe floods in Srinagar, leaving the city with an estimated 280 people dead and crores in damages. (ANI)

PM Modi urges doctors to step up medical research

Narendra ModiNew Delhi, Oct 20 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged doctors to step up on medical research, while at the same time acknowledging that medical professionals from India have made a name for themselves across the world.

Speaking at the convocation ceremony at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS ), Prime Minister Modi urged young doctors to record case-histories in specific areas as they practice. He also urged them to work towards achieving a higher number of publications in scientific journals.

Cyclone Hudhud: PM Modi chairs high-level meeting in Vishakhapatnam

narendra modiVishakhapatnam, Oct 14 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Tuesday chaired a high level meeting with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and senior other officials to take stock of the damage inflicted by Cyclone Hudhud.

"The entire nation and the government are with the people of Andhra and Vizag. The Andhra government and the central government have worked with perfect coordination over the last five days," Prime Minister Modi told the media after the meeting.

Praising the Indian Metrological Department (IMD), the Prime Minister said, "The weather department has made accurate use of technology. They had given the forecast of cyclone well in advance."

Free Maharashtra of dynasty politics: PM Modi

Free Maharashtra of dynasty politics: PM ModiKankavali (Maharashtra), Oct 13 : Prime Minister Modi on Monday called on the people of Maharashtra to rid the state of parties that have encouraged entire families into joining politics.

"We have to free Maharashtra of dynastic politics. The people of this country have trust in democracy, which is why they voted for an ordinary man like me," said Prime Minister Modi at a rally here ahead of the Maharashtra legislative assembly elections, in what was a gibe at the other parties contesting the upcoming polls.

Change your destiny, vote for development: PM Modi

Narendra ModiGurgaon, Oct 11 : Describing Gurgaon as 'Mini India' Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the people to vote for the BJP and shun those families that have monopolised power in Haryana.

Addressing an election rally here, Prime Minister Modi asked the electorate to teach those families a lesson by using their finger comparing its power with that of mythical Hindu god Lord Krishna's 'Sudarshan Chakra'.

Haryana polls: Shun families that have monopolised political power, says Modi

Narendra ModiJind/Sirsa: Sharpening his attack on dynastic politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the people to shun the "families" that have monopolised power in Haryana by forging "behind-the-scene alliances" for past
25 years and were propagating "goondashahi".

"People of Haryana will not forgive the looters of Haryana. Five families have ruled the state for last 25 years. Here, they have forged behind-the scene alliances ahead of elections. They have decided amongst themselves that they will loot the state by turns," he said addressing rallies in Haryana ahead of October 15 polls.

PM Modi criticizes opposition for politicizing ceasefire violations issue

Narendra ModiBaramati (Maharashtra), Oct 9 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday criticized his opponents for politicizing the issue of the ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the International Border and the Line of Control
(LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking at a rally here, Prime Minister Modi said, "Our jawans at the border are sacrificing their lives for the country and you are politicizing such issues. Polls will come and go; governments will come and go but one must not politicize issues of peace and security."

"Bahadur jawano ne sahi sahi jawab de diya hai (Our brave jawans have given the right answer)," the Prime Minister added.

PM Modi to address Global Investors Summit in MP

Narendra modiNew Delhi, Oct. 9 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address the fourth Global Investors Summit in Indore on Thursday. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had inaugurated the three- day Global Investors Summit yesterday, and invited business leaders from across the world to invest in his state.

More than 4,000 delegates from across the world are expected to attend the summit in Indore. The summit will also be host to 190 guests of honour and 28 state guests, including ambassadors and country representatives.

Make BJP win by majority to avoid parties playing blame game in an alliance, says PM Modi

PM ModiKhamgaon (Maharashtra), Oct 7 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the people of Maharashtra to help the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) win by a majority in the upcoming legislative assembly elections in the state, adding that if two parties come to power via an alliance, it may lead to a blame game between the parties involved over various issues.

PM Modi happy with Tarun Gogoi in Clean India campaign

Narendra ModiGuwahati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed happiness over Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi inspiring its people to work towards a clean India. "Glad to see Assam CM Tarun Gogoiji inspiring the people of Assam to work towards a Clean India," Modi said on Twitter.

In response Gogoi, who had formally launched the 'Clean Assam Campaign' here yesterday, thanked the prime minister for his compliments.

"Together we can make it (Clean India) happen," the Chief Minister's Office(CMO) spokesman quoted Gogoi as saying.

Power concentrated within five families in Haryana: PM Modi

Power concentrated within five families in Haryana: PM ModiFaridabad, Oct 6 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said power in Haryana is concentrated in the hands of five families who are looting the people of the state.

"There is no democracy, but a dynastic rule in Haryana. Here power is concentrated in the hands of five families who are looting the people. We must save Haryana from this," said Prime Minister Modi.

"The Congress couldn't even reach 50 seats in recent Lok Sabha polls. The resentment of people towards them has become very evident today. They wouldn't even be able to reach double digit this time and it is due to their own sins," he added.

Nation celebrating Eid-ul-Azha today

EidNew Delhi, Oct 6 - The nation is observing and celebrating the Muslim festival of Eid-ul-Azha with traditional gaiety and devotion across the country today.

On this occasion, Muslims from all walks of life wear new clothes and attend an open-air prayer meetings.

The faithfuls are offering Eid prayers in Eidgahs and mosques.

People in most parts of the country have begun to offer special Eid-ul-Azha prayers. They sacrifice a sheep or goat and share the meat with family members, neighbors and the poor.

Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated to commemorate Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his only son Hazrat Ismaeel, to God.

Most communal clashes took place during Cong-NCP rule in Maha: Narendra Modi

Narendra ModiGondia : Accusing the Congress-NCP regime in Maharashtra of doing nothing except "looting" the state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday targeted it saying the maximum number of terror activities and most communal clashes after Uttar Pradesh took place during their rule.

Addressing an election rally here today, he also highlighted the plight of tribals in the Vidharba region of the state who got lesser remuneration for their produce than those in Chhattisgarh and held the current regime responsible for it, as he exhorted people to give BJP a "full majority".

EPFO's subscribers to get account update in real time from Oct 16

EPFONew Delhi - Over four crore subscribers of the retirement fund body EPFO would be able to access their provident fund accounts online on real time basis using a dedicated members' web portal from October 16.

The Universal Account Number (UAN) member's portal will help Employees' Provident Fund Organisation's (EPFO) to monitor whether their employers are depositing their PF contributions.

The UAN members' portal is likely to be launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 16, a senior official said adding that in the first phase the members' accounts would be accessible and become portable for lifetime.

Maharashtra wasted 15 years under Congress-NCP rule: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister ModiAurangabad (Maharashtra), Oct 4 : Highlighting the misrule of Congress-NCP combine in Maharashtra for the last fifteen years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the people to vote for the BJP and said the upcoming election will decide the state's fate.

"What is important is how will Maharashtra look like, you have to think who can change the fate of Maharashtra. I am your servant, but it is the crores of people of Maharashtra who will change the destiny of Maharashtra," Prime Minister said while addressing a rally at Aurangabad .

Sonia sharpens attack on BJP, says 'empty vessel makes loudest noise'

Sonia GandhiMeham (Haryana), Oct 4 : Launching a frontal attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre as an empty vessel that makes the loudest noise.

"Empty vessels make the most noise, being loud doesn't mean you are speaking the truth," she said while addressing a rally here.

Claiming that the Centre was taking credit by renaming the programmes started by the previous UPA regime, Sonia Gandhi said, "The BJP is taking credit by renaming programmes started by us."

Kiran Bedi says PM Modi trying to unite, awaken country

Kiran Bedi says PM Modi trying to unite, awaken countryNew Delhi, Oct 3 : Commenting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden radio address to the country, social activist Kiran Bedi said here on Friday that the Prime Minister was uniting and awakening the whole country.

"What I see the Prime Minister doing is that he is bringing trust back into leadership. He is bringing the Indianness back into India. He is uniting the country, he is awakening the whole nation. What I noticed is that Prime Minister is trying to bring back positivity from negativity and converting cynicism to hope," said the former IPS officer.

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