Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India has been more successful in saving lives than other developed nations, however, it's not the time to be complacent, and we must work towards improving the situation.
The prime minister said he has been receiving letters from women from across the country, asking about the report of the committee and when the government will take a decision on it.
Economist Arvind Panagariya emphasised that PM Modi’s deeds “look particularly impressive” when taking into account that reforms enacted have been “politically far more contentious than those enacted by predecessor governments.”
The Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution had undergone a heart surgery, his son Chirag Paswan said on October 4.
The saffron party has also threatened to file an FIR against non-NDA players, referring to the LJP, that use pictures or posters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the poll campaign.
The United Arab Emirates has announced a three-day mourning period and lauded Sheikh Sabah for his wisdom, tolerance and peace.
Out of the eight STPs, built at a cost of over Rs 500 crore, four are in Haridwar, two in Rishikesh and one each in Muni ki Reti and Badrinath, he said.
The theme for the Seva Saptah is "seventy" since PM Modi will be turning 70 this year.
The Parliament's monsoon session, first in the COVID-19 era, is expected to be stormy as the Opposition has plans to corner the government over a host of contentious issues such as handling of the pandemic, economic crisis, rise of unemployment and dismal GDP figures.
PM Modi said that learning must be fun-based and interdisciplinary for students in schools.
In case you missed them, here are the biggest developments from the world of tech from the week ending September 5.
PM Modi said that 1.3 billion Indians have embarked on a mission to make India self-reliant or 'Atmanirbhar'.
CM Arvind Kejriwal writes a letter to PM Narendra Modi, requesting him to consider more legally viable and sustainable options for providing GST dues to the States to help them tide over the financial crisis during the pandemic.
Leaders across party lines as well as celebrities took to Twitter to pay their last respects to the octogenarian.
PM Modi shared the assortment of shots on both Instagram and Twitter along with a Hindi poem as the caption.
In order to achieve higher growth, a renewed push to infrastructure spend is a must and the government has made its intentions clear on the same.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the Centre has managed to provide affordable sanitary napkins costing just Re 1 each to poor women through Jan Aushadhi centres
Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee's second death anniversary is on August 16
Over 130 crore Indians have decided to become ‘atmanirbhar’ amid the coronavirus pandemic. This has become a mantra for 130 crore citizens, PM Modi said in his speech at the Red Fort.
The prime minister is likely to arrive at Red Fort at 7.18 am and will address the nation at 7.30 am after unfurling the national flag.
A complaint has been lodged by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party with the Indore police in the matter claiming that the distorted image hurts the dignity of the PM as well as religious sentiments of Hindus.
PM Modi also added that to make facilities effective, interactive and people-friendly, Artificial Intelligence can be a huge facilitator.
The hackathon is a nationwide initiative to provide students with a platform to solve some of the pressing problems people face in their daily lives
India attracted over $20 billion foreign investment between April and July, PM Modi said while delivering a keynote address at the India Ideas Summit hosted by US-India Business Council
Indian-origin Hollywood actor Kunal Nayyar, Isha Foundation founder Sadhguru, journalist Barkha Dutt and Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will also speak at the event