The Modi government has identified 167 transformative ideas across various areas which have to be implemented in a time-bound manner.
‘Centre to bring tougher laws to curb attacks on women, children’, says MoS for Home Affairs, G Kishan Reddy
Minister of State for Home Affairs, G Kishan Reddy, on July 13, said the Central government is planning to bring in tougher legislation to curb attacks on women and children.
During a debate on demands for grants under the Ministry of Railways, the Congress, TMC and other parties tore into the government as they opposed alleged attempts to privatise the railways.
Boost to indigenous manufacturing, e-norms for ease of doing business and stringent penalties for custom defaults are some of the measures introduced in this budget.
Instead of complying with the report given by the state on the matter, the Centre placed a 'report of its own in Parliament', the chief minister said.
The government will have to factor the negative effect of the delays in modernisation, they asserted.
With the second Narendra Modi Government’s first Budget coming up on Friday, the state has been pinning its hopes on it for various developmental initiatives.
Government tells Parliament it has no plan to scrap the sedition law and that Sec 124A of IPC is needed to combat anti-national, secessionist & terrorist elements.
Congress, SP leaders suspect politics behind India's orange World Cup jersey, BJP calls them 'myopic'
The Indian squad may sport orange jerseys in some matches including the one against England on Sunday as India's blue colour clashes with the host's outfit.
The president said that the government shortly bring a new industrial policy to make India a manufacturing hub and the process of simplification of rules will be expedited.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday chaired an all party-meeting as well as meetings of the BJP parliamentary party and the NDA allies.
Pokhriyal said that the Lok Sabha poll verdict this time was a proof of the Congress' total emaciation as the party could not even open its account in 18 states.
In the External Affairs Ministry, my major task will be to take care of Kerala’s expatriates, says V Muraleedharan
The government needs no permission from any authority to allocate land to anybody in public interest, he claimed.
Bhagwat's comments came days after the Narendra Modi dispensation assumed office for a second term.