PM Narendra Modi tweeted that he looked forward to welcoming Naftali Bennett to India for his first visit to the country.
Bureaucrats express concern over unviable populist schemes by states in meeting with PM Narendra Modi
PM Narendra Modi held the four-hour-long meeting with secretaries of all departments at his camp office at 7, Lok Kalyan Marg, on Saturday.
For his part, Modi said it was discussed that the open borders between India and Nepal should not be misused.
The meeting assumes significance in light of the Samajwadi Party chief’s uncle Shivpal Yadav’s bonhomie with the BJP.
PM Narendra Modi said India has been and will continue to remain a firm companion in Nepal's journey for peace, prosperity and development.
It is Deuba's first bilateral visit abroad after becoming prime minister in July last year for a fifth time following a spell of political turmoil in Kathmandu.
These include Koraput, Malkangiri, Nabarangpur and Rayagada besides some parts of Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
"The PM is ignoring burning issues of the country. The 'publicity minister' is engrossed in organising events," he said.
Shah said India is an ancient nation where many pilgrim centres came up based on their geographical locations and the quality.
Girls are estimated to outnumber boys among new students, he said, adding that every Indian can now be proud of the spirit and aspirations of girls.
"Saying that we don't indulge in vendetta politics is also part of the April fool series, which is going on in the country for the last few years," he said targetting the BJP.
Celebrate exams as festivals, stay away from environment of panic: Modi to children at Pariksha Pe Charcha
Pariksha Pe Charcha is organised by the Education Ministry's Department of School Education and Literacy. More than 12.12 lakh students, 2.71 lakh teachers, and 90,000 parents had registered for it.
NCP spokesperson Clyde Crasto said that some celebrities have urged people to watch Modi's 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' interaction with students over examinations.
The Chief Minister handed over a 14-point charter of demands to the PM during his 30-minute meeting.
Centre yet to respond to Mamata government's request on students forced to return from war-torn Ukraine
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee wrote to prime minister Narendra Modi on March 19 requesting permission from National Medical Commission (NMC) to allow such students to enroll in Bengal colleges.