"There should be an urban planning at the state level, everything cannot be done from Delhi," he stressed.
It is important that the growing urbanisation is viewed as an opportunity to work together towards building modern and futuristic cities, he said in a tweet on Monday.
"Our PM is a pathological liar. I couldn’t lay my hands on this letter yesterday because of my preoccupation with the Bharat Jodo Yatra,” Ramesh tweeted.
Modi, given that he is a keen and sharp student of politics, looking at the assembly poll results in Delhi was quick to grasp the power of social media.
Western media and policy wonks spun Modi’s remark as a stinging rebuke of the Russian dictator, inferring that the cooperation Putin is getting from his allies is not total.
Putin vowed to press his attack on Ukraine despite recent military setbacks but also had to address concerns over the drawn-out conflict voiced by India and China.
Once they were released into their respective quarantine enclosure they did have water from the water bodies which are replenished regularly, the DFO said.
The notion that India is emerging as a manufacturing hub, is stabilising in the mind of the world.
Says unfortunate that serious efforts weren’t made for decades for return & rehabilitation of the big cat which went extinct in India in 1952
A state that had acquired jaundiced notoriety after communal riots in 2002 is now a riot of richness as India’s favourite Investment destination.
Jairam Ramesh also alleged that the prime minister 'hardly ever acknowledges continuity in governance' and the Cheetah project was the latest example of that.
Modi was speaking after releasing cheetahs flown in from Namibia into special enclosures in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is celebrating his birthday, released three cheetahs in quarantine enclosures of the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh around 11.30 am.
In response, Putin said, 'I know your position on the conflict in Ukraine, your concerns you constantly express. We will do our best to stop this as soon as possible.'
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to release eight cheetahs brought from Namibia in Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park, here are some facts about the animal.
Back in India after seven decades: Two choppers carrying Namibian cheetahs land near Kuno National Park from Gwalior
At the KNP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is celebrating his birthday on Saturday, will release three of the cheetahs in quarantine enclosures of the park at 10.45 am.
'Putin is further isolating himself from international community': US uses Modi's words to corner Russian President
The mainstream American media on Friday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for telling Russian President Vladimir Putin that this is not the time for war in Ukraine.
The officials said that this year Aadhaar — 12-digit unique identity number — has been made mandatory to bid for any article.
Namibia cheetahs to get Indian home on Saturday, to disembark at Gwalior in last minute change of plans
PM Modi, who will release three of the eight cheetahs on his 72nd birthday on Saturday, will reach KNP at 10:45 am. The felines will be quarantined for a month.
"India's economy is expected to grow at 7.5 per cent this year, which will be the highest among the world's major economies," he said.