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Modi ready to bridge communication gap between the government and media

Take govt's achievements to people through social media: Modi

With his government set to complete two years in office this month end, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked his ministerial colleagues to take its achievements to people through social media and was critical of some ministers who do not ... Business Standard, 22 hours ago
Time to blow your trumpet The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago

Congress unlikely to back Nitish Kumar for PM in 2019 elections

Nitish Kumar has said that he is not in the race for the Prime Minister post and added that JD(U) was trying to act as a "catalyst to unite non-BJP parties". Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Even before the idea of Bihar Chief Minister ...
 India Today1 week ago BJP takes a dig at Sharad Pawar for fuelling Nitish Kumar's PM ambition  Firstpost.com5 days ago Sharad Pawar clarifies on his reported remarks on Nitish Kumar  News on Air5 days ago Paswan dig at buzz over PM pick  The Telegraph3 days ago
Financial Express

With Nitish, Mulayam, Rahul in `PM race`, anti-BJP bloc divided over Modi`s replacement

New Delhi: 2019 General Elections may be far off but the anti-BJP camp has already started looking for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's replacement. However, with so many rounds doing the rounds, the anti-BJP coalition, which is desperate to topple ...
 ZeeNews.com5 days ago Narendra Modi govt may go for Cabinet reshuffle, BJP rejig around May 19  Financial Express5 days ago Cabinet expansion likely soon, says DevendraFadnavis  Yahoo! India1 week ago Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah may visit Uttar Pradesh every month  Asian Age1 week ago

India, Pakistan and the new Great Game

In the run-up to India's 2014 elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate, Mr Narendra Modi, promised "achche din" (good times) and "sab ka saath, sab ka vikas" (inclusive society, development for all) at every poll ...
 Kashmir Observer4 days ago India committed to protecting tigers: Modi  Prokerala3 weeks ago 'India has successful track record of protecting its tigers': PM Modi  Sify3 weeks ago
India Today

Political parties fight over who is going to be the next prime minister

The Congress asserted that the Samajwadi Party had no political base outside Uttar Pradesh and thus, could not possibly lead the country. (From L) Rahul Gandhi, Nitish Kumar, Mulayam Singh Yadav Ahead of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections ...
 India Today4 days ago

Cabinet, BJP rejig around May 19, when state results come in

Provided by Indian Express Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Civil Services Day function in New Delhi. Amit Mehra The much-awaited Cabinet reshuffle is likely to take place on or around May 19. A minister told The Indian Express Thursday: We ...
 MSN News US5 days ago That's also the day the results of assembly elections in Assam, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry will be announced. The ongoing session of Parliament is scheduled to end May 13.  Indian Express5 days ago Cabinet, BJP rejig around May 19 when state results comein  Yahoo! India5 days ago 61 assembly constituencies in Assam, 31 in WB go to polls tomorrow  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Crimes rising in Bihar

While a media hype is being created about Bihar chief minister, Nitish Kumar possessing the prime ministerial element and is the only politician who can replace the present Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the abnormal spurt in crime which saw the ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Sharad Yadav stays silent on Nitish’s bid for PM post  Asian Age1 week ago Nitish takes over as JD (U) president  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Sharad Yadav declines fourth term as JD(U) chief. Nitish Kumar to take over?  catchnews.com4 weeks ago

Nitish Kumar's Hypocrisy On RSS And Modi

, that is, "free of RSS". In the same breath, he also says that he does not aim to become the Prime Minister of India as that can only be decided by destiny. But we all know that Nitish is not as naive as he is pretending to be. He has already ...
 NDTV1 week ago Cong backs Nitish's call for RSS-free India, BJP hits back  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Opinion: Nitish Kumar's Hypocrisy On RSS And Modi  NDTV1 week ago

Modi government says Dialogue with Pakistan not suspended,prime ministerial-level talks still on

In a dramatic U-turn ,Modi government said the stalled dialogue process with Pakistan was not suspended and the visit of Pakistan's Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe the Pathankot airbase attack was "very constructive". External Affairs ...
 Samaylive1 week ago Indo-Pak FS to meet, to talk Pathankot terror strike, NIAvisit  Yahoo! India1 week ago No breakthrough  The Friday Times5 days ago Don't ignore Afghanistan  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago

BJP created Modi as God but bhakts will land him in spot: Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena took a dim view of BJP's senior leaders for their extravagant praise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by making him a God, warning its ally that the bhakts will eventually get politicians into trouble. Union minister Venkaiah Naidu said ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Modi made 'God' by BJP, 'bhakts' will land him in spot: Sena  The Echo Of India1 week ago BJP made a 'God' of Modi, bhakts will land him in spot: Sena  Rediff.com1 week ago Modi now a God, next there will be a temple for him: Shiv Sena  Manorama Online1 week ago
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