PM Narendra Modi News Updates LIVE: India becomes world’s 5th largest economy; This progress is not normal: PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi News Updates: India has become the fifth largest economy in the world; This progress is not normal and we need to maintain this enthusiasm, PM Narendra Modi said on Thursday.

30 million houses built for the poor across India in the last 8 years; Of these, 10 lakh houses are built in Gujarat alone.

Interacting with the beneficiaries of various schemes at Olpad, Surat, he said that 97 percent rural households of Gujarat are getting tap water under PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi, Rs 2 lakh crore directly transferred to the accounts of farmers of the country. have been done.

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Go ahead with the spirit of Team India: Amit Shah

Instructions for investigation to Mumbai Police in the case of beautification of Yakub Memon’s grave

A detailed inquiry has been ordered into the beautification of Yakub Memon’s grave in Mumbai’s Bada Qabristan. According to sources in the DCM office, Mumbai Police has been directed to conduct a proper inquiry and submit a report in this regard. The DCM also holds the charge of the Home Department.

India will play against Australia, New Zealand in T20 World Cup warm-up matches

Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023: India are placed in Pool D along with England, Spain and Wales.

Delhi Metro to provide bus services to Central Vista visitors

FY 2023-24: Pre-Budget meetings to begin from October 10

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina reached Ajmer Sharif Dargah to offer Namaz

Supreme Court to decide on issues of adjudication on petitions challenging Centre’s 10 pc EWS quota

The Supreme Court on Thursday framed three broad issues for decision arising out of petitions challenging the Centre’s decision to grant 10 per cent reservation to EWS in admissions and jobs. It will also decide whether the Constitution (One Hundred and Third Amendment) Act violates the principle of the basic structure of the Constitution by allowing the state to make such special provisions.

Lakes can be created by construction of highways: Union Minister Gadkari

Union Road, Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday said that his ministry can solve the water problem in some parts of the country. During the brainstorming program under Bharatmala series, he said, “You all know that the Center has come up with the ‘Amrit Sarovar’ scheme. The Ministry of Roads, Transport and Highways can do a great job in addressing the problem of water.” ,

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi with late NEET candidate Anita’s father T Shanmugam

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi with T Shanmugam, father of late NEET candidate Anita, who died by suicide in September 2017, and her brother Mani Ratnam during the ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’ in Kanyakumari today.

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi with late NEET candidate Anita's father T Shanmugam

The US mission in India has so far issued a record-breaking 82,000 student visas in 2022. Indian students received more US student visas than any other country

Had to buy undergarments in Delhi: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren’s brother told his absence

An inquiry has been ordered after the clip shows that students in a district primary school in Ballia, UP are being forced to clean toilets.

3 crore houses built for the poor across India in the last 8 years; Of these, 10 lakh houses were built in Gujarat alone: ​​PM Narendra Modi

Supreme Court to hear petitions challenging CAA

The Supreme Court will hear the petitions challenging the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019 on Monday, 12 September. A bench headed by Chief Justice of India UU Lalit will hear over 200 petitions on Monday.

NIA raids many places in Bihar in Phulwari Sharif terror module case

Today 97 percent rural households of Gujarat are getting tap water… Under PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi, Rs 2 lakh crore has been transferred directly to the accounts of farmers of the country.

– PM Narendra Modi interacting with the beneficiaries of various schemes in Olpad, Surat

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar attend India-Japan 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue in Tokyo

Committee constituted to draft National Cooperative Policy for inclusive development; Every state will be represented in it. Former Union Minister Suresh Prabhu will chair the committee

Union Cooperation Minister Amit Shah

The focus areas of the policy will be – free registration, computerisation, democratic elections, ensuring active membership, professionalism in leadership and transparency, being responsible and accountable, all discussions with stakeholders

Union Cooperation Minister Amit Shah

QRSAM flight test

Rajnath Singh pays tribute to soldiers of Self Defense Forces of Japan

Rajnath Singh pays tribute to soldiers of Self Defense Forces of Japan

Onam celebrations: Traditional floral designs – ‘Pookalam’ arranged at Kozhikode indoor stadium

Onam celebrations: Traditional floral designs - 'Pookalam' arranged at Kozhikode indoor stadium

Onam festival: Devotees throng the Trikkakara Vamanamurthy temple in Ernakulam, Kochi

A 19-year-old girl died in Tiruvallur district after she allegedly committed suicide after she failed to clear the NEET-UG exam, the results of which were declared last night. She was found hanging at her residence

Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal will attend the Indo-Pacific Economic Forum (IPEF) ministerial meeting in Los Angeles tomorrow on the second leg of his US visit.

Amit Shah’s security breached in Mumbai, copycat arrested

Australian PM and 3 former PMs to attend Shinzo Abe’s funeral

Australia will be represented by its government leader and three former leaders at Shinzo Abe’s state funeral this month in honor of Japan’s longest-serving prime minister.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Thursday that former prime ministers John Howard, Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull would join Australia’s official delegation.
Former prime ministers had worked with Abe during his two terms, from 2006 to 2007 and from 2012 to 2020, Albanese said.

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NIA files chargesheet against 6 members of banned terrorist organization JMB in Bhopal court

The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet in a special court in Bhopal against six members of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) for allegedly propagating the ideology of the banned terror outfit and conspiring to commit terrorist acts. . The agency, after filing a chargesheet in a special NIA court here on Wednesday, said that the probe revealed that these JMB cadres, three of whom were Bangladeshi immigrants, along with their associates, conspired to commit violent and terrorist acts in the country. .

PM Modi will inaugurate Kartavya Path today, will unveil Netaji’s statue

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Thursday inaugurate the newly-named Kartavya Path – a stretch from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate that will have red granite walkways with greenery all around, refurbished canals, state-wise food stalls, new convenience blocks and vending kiosks . , According to the government, it is a symbol of power from the erstwhile Rajpath to the Kartavya Path being an example of public ownership and empowerment.

Pentagon stops accepting new F-35 jets after engine parts are discovered in China

Many Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi set out on ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’ from Kanyakumari

South Korea proposes meeting with North over family reunion

South Korea on Thursday proposed a meeting with North Korea to resume the reunification of war-torn families, despite long-strained ties between rivals over North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. It is unclear whether North Korea will accept the offer as it has already rejected an offer by the new South Korean government to provide massive aid in return for denuclearization.

Another US congressional delegation in Taiwan amid tensions

Another US congressional delegation is visiting Taiwan as tensions mount over China’s claims to the self-governing island. There has been a steady stream of US visitors to meet with Taiwanese officials since US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited in early August. Since then, China has intensified its military oppression of Taiwan, sending warships, warplanes and even drones toward the island on a daily basis.

Thousands in Haiti demand removal of prime minister in new protest

Thousands of people in Haiti’s capital and other major cities staged fresh protests on Wednesday demanding safer roads, more affordable goods and the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry. The occasional crackdown of gunfire mixed with shouts and clapping of protesters as they marched through streets blocked by rocks, trucks and burning tyres.
“Ariel, you gotta go! Go, Ariel! Go, Ariel!” Crowds shouted in the capital of Port-au-Prince.

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Israel’s prime minister turns down calls to change military engagement rules

Israel’s prime minister said on Wednesday that no one “will determine our open-fire policies” to reject US calls for Israel to review its rules of engagement following the shooting death of a prominent journalist. appears in. The State Department has said it will pressure Israel to review its policies following the death of Al Jazeera journalist Shirin Abu Akleh in May.
The US and Israel have separately concluded that he was accidentally shot by an Israeli soldier during a gun-battle with the Palestinians, with video footage showing that there were no terrorists or conflicts around him at the time. was not.

Hackers delete data from educational institutions, demand crypto to solve the problem

A group of hackers allegedly stole and deleted data from educational institutions of the KN Modi Foundation and demanded USD 1 million worth of cryptocurrency to resolve the issue.
SP (Rural) Iraj Raja said that the police have received a complaint from Sandeep Kumar Yadav on behalf of the foundation. In his complaint, he told the police that the hackers stole and deleted all the data of students and staff from the computers of the institute.
The police have registered an FIR against two unidentified persons under section 507 (criminal intimidation by anonymous communication) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and relevant sections of the IT Act.

More than 9.93 lakh candidates cleared the NEET exam

The National Testing Agency declared the NEET results on Wednesday, with Tanishka from Rajasthan topping the list among over 9.93 lakh candidates who cleared the medical entrance exam. Delhi’s Vats Ashish Batra and Karnataka’s Hrishikesh Nagbhushan Ganguly secured the second and third positions respectively.
More than 17.64 lakh candidates had appeared for the exam.

Man mocks ‘bomb in bag’ at Indore airport, questioned, searched

Making jokes about a “bomb in a bag” at Indore’s Devi Ahilyabai International Airport proved costly for the family of three as they not only had to undergo intense interrogation and search, but were also released after a written apology . ,
His flight also missed. Airport director CV Raveendran said on Wednesday that a man arrived at the airport on Monday night and joked during a security check that he had a “bomb” in his luggage, which alerted the authorities at the airport. He said that the security personnel thoroughly checked and interrogated him and his belongings.