Prime Minister Narendra Modi is truly stealing the show in Japan. Apart from signing deals and improving ties with Japan, his visit to the country is creating quite a few memorable moments – from selfies, to playing the flute, to even playing the drums. Rediff.com presents a few of these fun moments. 1) Modi’s jugalbandi on the drums An upbeat PM Narendra Modi wowed a set of suited businessmen by playing traditional Taiko drums with great verve. Modi’s performance ... Rediff.com, 22 hours ago
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The dust has not yet settled on the public inconvenience and outcry over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the country’s premier health centre All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi for a routine check-up on August 24. As the PM’s security enforced an unprecedented clampdown, patients and attendants were left fuming. But medical superintendent Dr DK Sharma insists “there was minimal inconvenience of a few minutes” in an interview to Upasna Pandey.Rediff.com, 17 hours ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan at a rally. Photograph: PTI The second part of our series on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ministers with a criminal record. Read the first part here: How serious are the charges against Modi’s ministers? Also see: Not all bad guys: The real story of Indian politicians' ethics Ram Vilas Paswan Ministry: Consumer affairs, food and public distribution. Age: 67 Criminal cases: 2 Ram Vilas Paswan is accused under IPC ...Rediff.com, 1 day ago Modi sarkar's work will speak for itself, says Maneka Rediff.com, 1 month ago SC refuses to fast-track criminal cases against MPs only IndiaTV News, 1 month ago How serious are the criminal cases against Modi's ministers? Rediff.com, 5 days ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today witnessed the signing of the Varanasi-Kyoto Partner City affiliation MoU between the Governments of India and Japan at the State Guest House Kyoto. The agreement was signed by Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa, Ambassador of India in ...DNA, 3 days ago India, Japan sign MoU to develop Varanasi into 'smart city' IndiaTV News, 4 days ago India, Japan sign MoU to turn Varanasi into a 'smart city' Rediff.com, 3 days ago India, Japan sign Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement IndiaTV News, 3 days ago
New Delhi: The Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) has issued a directive to all schools across the country asking them to ensure that children watch Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s live televised Teacher’s Day speech on September ...IndiaTV News, 4 days ago Courageous of Modi to talk of toilets from Red Fort IndiaTV News, 2 weeks ago Buzz words in PM Modi's debut I-Day speech Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago Opposition slams Narendra Modi's I-Day speech; industry, Bollywood term it 'inspirational' DNA, 2 weeks ago
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an enjoyable Sunday morning as he visited two ancient temples in Kyoto -- Toji Temple and Kinkaku-ji (or Golden Pavilion) temple. Tourists at temples were trilled to see the India PM -- some posed for pictures with him; a few others queued up for autographs. Here are some top moments from Modi’s Kyoto trip. In Kinkaku-ji, the PM mingles with tourists and visitors. He playfully pulled ears of a boy and posed for photographs. Photograph: ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago PM Narendra Modi arrives in Leh, Kargil today on maiden visit IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago Narendra Modi's Nepal visit has given ‘new impetus’ to bilateral ties: Sushma Swaraj IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago EDITORIAL:Ground-breaking visit Himalayan times, 4 weeks ago
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Kyoto : Setting the tone for their formal Summit on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe tonight spoke about a “strong and robust future” for the bilateral ties, with the Indian leader hoping that the two ...IndiaTV News, 3 days ago
According to official sources at the Imperial Guest House in Kyoto, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sat down with his host and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, at a traditional dining table for over one-and-a-half hours, “for an exceptionally warm and friendly conversation" over a traditional Japanese meal on Saturday evening. Indian sources claimed that,"Their discussion was marked by a great deal of mutual respect and admiration and convergence of views. The two prime ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago
Tokyo : Here is an exclusive coverage on Japan’s flying machine (Shinkansen) by India TV’s reporter Abhishek Upadhyay, who is already in Japan before the PM Narendra Modi’s arrival. Bullet Train is called Shinkansen in Japan; it runs ...IndiaTV News, 3 days ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s exhortation to end open defecation has resulted in two large donations for the cause: Rs 100 crore (Rs 1 billion) each from the Bharti Foundation, the charitable arm of the Mittal family, and Tata Consultancy Services. The money may be large but it begins to look small when seen in the context of the problem. For instance, the Bharti Foundation has decided to make all the 965 villages in the Ludhiana district of Punjab free of open defecation. The programme ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago
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