Modi said that Indian ships are being sent to Sri Lanka in their time of need.
The UP chief minister insisted that the central government's welfare schemes were devoid of any partisanship and in fact were launched with the aim to ensure 'development for all'.
Shah said he was confident about his his party maintaining its overall sweep of northern and western India, while substantially boosting its numbers in the North-East and southern states, besides West Bengal.
Gandhi also stressed that "anger and hatred" were no solutions to the problems that the people faced.
The saffron tally of 282 seats in 2014 was unprecedented but Shah expressed confidence that the BJP would surpass it in 2019 on the back of a better performance in states like West Bengal, Kerala, Telangana and Odisha where it had won few seats in the last polls.
In a three-phased trial conducted last year, Talgo trains clocked a top speed of 180 kmph on the Mathura-Palwal route and covered the Delhi-Mumbai distance in 11 hours 48 minutes.
A report card on Modi's tenure is sure to include his policies for their populist as well as progressive focus.
Addressing a book release event on the third anniversary of NDA government, he said Modi has taken various initiatives and some of his decisions have been epoch making ones.
"For the first time, the country has got such a Prime Minister who is turning our diversities that were once considered as our weakness, into our strength. On this occasion, I heartily congratulate honourable Shri Narendra Modi Ji," Chouhan said in a blog on the occasion.
A vehicle carrying the prime minister, union minister Nitin Gadkari, Assam Governor Banwarilal Purohit, Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal and other senior government officials then passed over it.
“Sath hai, vishwas hai, ho raha vikas hai (There is cooperation, there is confidence and progress is being made),” the prime minister tweeted. “Last 3 years have seen concrete steps that have transformed people’s lives,” said in another tweet.
Live updates as the Prime Minister marks three years since he and his government were sworn in.
Cut to 2017. Markets are booming on the back of a string of state election wins for (the business-friendly) Modi, continued good luck on global oil prices and a paucity of emerging market alternatives for investors. There continues to be a business-like air in Delhi’s stately halls of power; Modi has won a reputation as a workaholic obsessed with results; and there has been no talk of corruption on his watch. Tick the boxes that the smart money follows, and tick again.
But this division by stealth split the ground beneath us, leaving Nationalists and ‘anti-nationals’ in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation more bitter than the one across the Line of Control that marks last century’s split.
In Russia, Modi is likely to take up with President Vladimir Putin India's concerns over China's ambitious Belt and Road initiative, besides exploring ways to further boost ties in defence and civil nuclear sectors.
The Trinamool Congress chief's meeting with Modi came amid efforts by opposition leaders to choose a consensus candidate for the coming presidential polls. The ruling National Democratic Alliance is yet to announce its presidential candidate.
The 52nd Annual General Meeting of the AfDB concluded here with a thank you note to India. The regional multilateral development bank will meet at Busan, South Korea, for the next annual gathering in 2018.
Let's go back in time and see what else happened on this day in history.
Modi, who led the BJP to a massive victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, was sworn-in as the prime minister on May 26 that year.
Rawat, who assumed the charge of chief minister of Uttarakhand on March 18 after the BJP won 57 of the 70 assembly seats, ousting the Congress, said the Opposition was "no where to be seen" in the country and they were in a "pathetic stage".
"More than 10 lakh people get detected with cancer every year and around 6.5 lakh die of the disease annually. International Agency for Research on Cancer has expressed apprehensions that the figures will only double in 30 years," Modi said after launching a book to mark Tata Memorial Centre's 75 years of social service.
According to EEPC, as against engineering exports of just about USD 20 million in April, 2016, the shipments of these goods have gone up significantly to USD 146.42 million in April this fiscal, which is a whopping 640 per cent or more than six times growth.