In the second cabinet meeting, Narendra Modi gave priority to 10 works. They should give priority to good governance, delivering faster service to people and implementation of the plans that are based on time.
BJP led NDA alliance state’s newly elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi to set his next 100 days working agenda in his second cabinet meeting on 29th May. The program aims to create a roadmap to work in full swing, he said, the main theme will efficient administration, quick delivery of implementation to the people, etc. He thinks development of states is one of the most important parts of overall progress of the country. The issues brought before the government by the State government and MPs will be considered with priority. After the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaya Naidu told reporters about that. Continue reading
BJP’s Narendra Modi took an oath as the 15th Prime of India to protect the integrity of India. On Monday at 06:12pm he took the oath from President Prenab Mukharjee.
The oath taking ceremony held in Raisina Hill on Rashtrapati Bhavan’s open premises (four court). Before that 1,400 to 1,500, guests came there. It is first time they organised such a big oath taking ceremony of India’s Prime Minister with big leaders of various countries. The oath taking ceremony held two times before this in the open ground of Presidents Building. Chandrasekhar in 1990 and Atal Bihari Bajpai in 1998 took oath in the open premises. On that two times, the number of invited guests was one thousand 200 and one thousand 300.
Government head of SAARC countries took part in the oath taking ceremony of Narendra Modi. However, on behalf of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Seikh Hasina, National Assembly Speaker Dr. Shirin Sharmin represented the country. Continue reading
Gujrat’s Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been elected parliamentary party BJP’s leader.
Today morning at 11am the BJP Parliamentary Party set a meeting on Central hall of parliament in New Delhi. Introducing himself as an election official at the beginning of the meeting party’s all-India’s President Rajnath Singh said, “This election should be fearless and transparent.” After that, he requested Lal Krishna Adhvani to propose the name of BJP’s parliamentary party leader. At the time, Advani said, “As the leader of the parliamentary group, I propose the name of general Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.”
Other BJP leaders supported the proposal one by one they are Murli Manohar Joshi, Venkaiah Naidu, Nitin Gadkari, Sushma Swaraj, Arjun Jetly and others. Then everyone stood and welcomed Modi as their leader. Continue reading
America has lifted visa restrictions upon extreme Hindu groups in India BJP’s leader and probable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At same time, U.S. President Barak Obama invited him to visit Washington. What would be Modi’s visa status – response to the question U.S. state department spokesman said that, Prime Minister of India will be welcomed by America? As the head of the government Modi, will get A-One visa.
On Friday afternoon, Obama congratulated Modi by telephone for winning India’s election and invited him to visit America. Continue reading
After tasting an enormous victory, BJP leader Narendra Modi on Saturday visited Varanasi and offered hopes at Kashi Vishwanath temple.
After going to the temple, the pm-elect visited Dashashwamedh Ghat and required part in ‘Ganga Aarti’ for around half-an-hour among chanting of ‘slokas’ and coming of conch shells.
Narendra Modi was supported by BJP leader Rajnath Singh, his close aide Amit Shah and party UP Chief Lakshmikant Bajpai.
His visiting the town is viewed as a gesture of gratitude towards people here who’ve chosen him with a huge margin well over three lakh votes. Continue reading