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PM directs Home, Law Ministers to fast-track criminal cases
Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year. The directive ...
 Business Standard16 hours ago
Solve cases against politicos swiftly: PM
Putting his election promise into action, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed the ministries of home and law to review pending criminal cases against parliamentarians for expediting them as early as possible. During Lok Sabha elections as well as while ...
 Deccan Herald9 hours ago
Modi directs home, law mins to fast-track criminal cases against politicos
Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year.The directive is in line with Modi's commitment during his election campaign that he will endeavour to see that court cases against politicians are decided within one year. If they are guilty, they should bepunished, if not they should be discharged, he had ...
 Rediff.com16 hours ago
Narendra Modi is keen to boost IT, Telecom
The tech-savvy Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is recognized with his straight favours and interest towards technology based development and growth. And, he has been proving it, since he has taken over as the country's prime leader. Yesterday, ...
 ITvoir.com2 days ago
Reorient Plan panel
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI/File) There is considerable speculation about when the Planning Commission will be reconstituted and who will occupy the largest room in Yojana Bhavan. There are many in the government, possibly including ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 days ago
PM Asks Home, Law Mins to Fast-Track Criminal Cases Against Netas
Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year.
 Outlook14 hours ago
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Prime Minister directs Home, Law Ministers to fast-track criminal cases against politicians
Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year. The ...
 DNA India16 hours ago
Move to induct Raje, Parrikar in PM Modi’s Cabinet?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chief Minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje at a meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday. -PTI In a move aimed at averting the rise of any other “power centre” within the BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is learnt to have ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago
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All's well in the House: Modi grabs Rahul's hand; Sonia, Advani chat
It was a spectacle of bonhomie in the Central Hall of Parliament as Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted his political adversary Rahul Gandhi warmly grabbing his hand, while Congress President Sonia Gandhi chatted intermittently with BJP veteran L K Advani. The occasion was the joint sitting of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, addressed by President Pranab Mukherjee that saw political rivals from Left, Right and Centre exchanging pleasantries. The exchange of greetings between Modi and the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modi-Jaya meet on Tuesday could boost NDA's RS numbers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now focussed on winning over regional parties like the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Biju Janata Dal to neutralise a possible onslaught by the Congress in the Rajya Sabha, where the National Democratic Alliance is numerically on a weak wicket. With these parties’ vote strength, however, Modi hopes to be able to tide over the difficulty that could be posed to his pet legislations. It is against this backdrop that the meeting between Modi and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Jaya may provide issue-based support to BJP in Rajya Sabha
A day after CNN-IBN learnt that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi next week, questions are being asked whether the AIADMK is mulling joining the NDA.   AIADMK sources say that the party is likely to provide only issue-based support to the BJP in the Rajya Sabha. Sources say this support is in return for development packages for Tamil Nadu and that as of now, the AIADMK is not joining the NDA. Sources say that Union Ministers Arun Jaitley and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Narendra Modi, Mr Prime Minister
Marking the beginning of a new era in Indian politics, Narendra Modi was on Monday sworn in prime minister at the head of a 45-member coalition government after the elections threw the first government with absolute majority in 30 years. 63-year-old Modi, the first leader to get a landslide majority for BJP on its own,  became the 15th prime minister in a virtual 'coronation' ceremony in the forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhawan before a 3000-strong gathering, the largest audience at the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modi mulls breakup of Coal India, opening up sector
Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi is exploring breaking up state behemoth Coal India Ltd and opening up the sector to foreign investment to boost output and cut imports, said two sources with knowledge of the matter. Red tape, strikes, protests against land acquisition and delays in obtaining environmental approvals have kept coal output far below demand, making India the world's No.3 importer even though it sits on the fifth-largest reserves. Modi wants to fix the coal sector quickly to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
PM directs Home, Law Ministers to fast-track criminal cases against politicians
Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year. The directive is in line ...
 Deccan Herald14 hours ago

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