The PM shared four photographs where he was seen interacting with a vaccine receipent seated in a wheelchair, her mother and another beneficiary apart from a nursing staff.
I am optimistic that the success achieved in the world’s largest vaccination drive will further spur our youth and all levels of government to set new benchmarks of public service delivery.
Rahul Gandhi hit out at the Centre over rising prices of petrol and diesel and said the government is playing a cruel joke on the public.
The 'BJP team' under Khattar has laid down a foundation for Haryana with its long-term vision, and this is going to be a big strength for the state, he added.
'If pluralism can be harnessed for the good of the world, can it not be harnessed for the good of India,' Chidambaram asked on Twitter.
Highlighting benefits of 'double engine' government in UP, he said over Rs 80,000 crore has been transferred in bank accounts of farmers in the state so far.
In an address after inaugurating the Kushinagar International airport, Modi said the decision on Air India will give new energy to the aviation sector of India.
Addressing a gathering at the Abhidhamma Day programme here, he asserted that the 'dhamma chakra' on the tricolour is the driving force for the country.
Modi also said that there should be no safe havens anywhere in the world for those committing crime against the country and its people.
Naleen Kumar Kateel trained his guns against Congress president Sonia Gandhi and referred to the 'G-23' controversy in the grand old party.
He specifically pointed out that the Narendra Modi government was pursuing a development agenda despite the Opposition working with a negative mindset.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also speak at a programme at the Buddhist site of Mahaparinirvana Stupa and temple after the inauguration in which Sri Lanka ministers and monks will take part.
Such tweets and communication will have no effect on the people in the long run.
“The party uses illegal tactics such as luring elected MLAs and threatening them using agencies like the Income Tax Department to form its government.”
The death toll due to the heavy rains and landslides in Kerala mounted to 21, according to the State's Information and Public Relations Department on Sunday, October 17, 2021.