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Ram Madhav makes it clear; India is with Tibet, no change in policy

India has given the right message to China in the Tibetan issue

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Narendra Modi government has made it clear that India is with Tibet despite of its fluctuating equations with Communist China. The participation of Union Minister Mahesh Sharma and BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav in an event to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Dalai Lama’s arrival in India is the correct message to China over the Tibetan issue.

Sharma and Madhav shared dais with the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, marking it as significant development in the backdrop of a recent circular suggesting political leaders and senior bureaucrats not to be a part of the Tibetan event.

The event was organized by Central Tibetan Administration at Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh.

Jews came, Parsees came and many others too landed in India seeking refuge. India has welcomed them with open arms and with an open heart

“His Holiness The Dalai Lama, together with his followers, has decided to host a Thank You India event on the eve of the 60th year of his exile into India. It is a natural gesture directed not at any leader or party, but to the age-old civilisational and cultural values of India, which truly deserve a thank you. Life of a refugee in exile is not easy,” Ram Madhav said at the function.

“India has always played an affectionate and endearing host to all those who chose its lands as temporary home and spiritual abode. Jews came, Parsees came and many others too landed in India seeking refuge. India has welcomed them with open arms and with an open heart,” he pointed out India’s culture of hosting the refugees.

Meanwhile, he made it clear that India’s bond with the Tibetans is least political and intensely religious-cultural. “For hundreds of years, we have exchanged trade; India offered spices and essential condiments to Tibet while our traders in return got precious metals and minerals.”

 

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Post-Pulwama, PM Modi’s popularity on the rise: Survey

Post-Pulwama attack, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by 7 per cent

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Post-Pulwama attack, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by 7 per cent

As the Election Commission of India just announced the general election dates of world’s largest democracy, here comes good news for BJP and Narendra Modi.

According to a survey conducted by Times Now and VMR, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by over 7 per cent after the Pulwama attack.

The survey points out that Modi’s popularity is on the rise post-Pulwama attack. Around 52 per cent of the people who participated in the survey are of the opinion that Modi has a good blueprint for the country. At the same time, only 27 per cent of the respondents bat for Congress president Rahul Gandhi.

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Here goes PM Modi’s masterstroke project for workers in the informal sector

It is for the first time since independence that this kind of a scheme is envisaged for the workers in the informal sector. Modi again scored

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Image/PIB

Aiming at the workers in the unorganized sector, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched one more popular scheme ahead of general elections.

Modi’s new scheme, which is termed as Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM-SYM) Yojana, will assure a monthly pension of Rs. 3,000 to the workers in the unorganized sector during their old age.

Prime Minister Modi thinks that respecting dignity of labour will take the nation forward

As a major portion of India’s labour force is working in the unorganized sector, the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM-SYM) Yojana is expected to have a profound impact in the lives of people.

Over forty two crore workers in the unorganized sector will be benefited from the scheme, according to the government.

During the launch of the project, on Tuesday (March 05, 2019), Modi said that it is for the first time since independence that such a scheme is envisaged for the workers in the informal sector.

The workers who earn less than Rs. 15,000 per month in the informal sector can enroll as beneficiaries under the scheme.

Simple process

What the workers need to do is filling up a single form with Aadhar number and bank details at any common service centre in the country. There’s no charge for the process.

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Mahesh Babu and Sony Pictures to produce movie on Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan

Sony Pictures and Mahesh Babu are on their way to make a movie based on the life of 26/11 hero Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan

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Global media giant Sony Pictures has announced their entry into Telugu cinema, joining hands with super star Mahesh Babu to make biopic on 26/11 hero Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan.

The film, titled Major, is a bilingual-in Hindi and Telugu. Directed by Sashi Kiran Tikka of Goodachari fame, Major will be the next outing of Adivi Sesh.

Sashi Kiran Tikka’s Goodachari turned out to be one of the best spy thrillers in Telugu last year, making the audience and critics satisfied at the same time.

Major will hit the screens in 2020, according to a statement issued by the team.

Came from a Malayali family in Bengaluru, Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan had served at the elite Special Action Group of the National Security Guards (NSG). Major led the commando operation launched on 27th November 2008 to root out terrorists from Hotel Taj Mahal in Mumbai, saving 14 hostages before he gave up his life.

Sandeep Unnikrishnan was awarded India’s highest peacetime gallantry award Ashok Chakra on 26 January 2009.

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