India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be launching 'Swachh Bharat' mission to create a 'clean India' in the upcoming five years, where PM Modi is likely to symbolically wants to broom on 2nd October on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and to reach out to all Indians to make cleanliness in a huge movement. Narendra Modi begins his speech by thinking of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri during the 'Swachh Bharat' mission program launched on Thursday morning. Modi government has begin preparations for the 'Swachh Bharat' mission, while the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders have take part in "cleanliness oath" to be taken on Thursday in New Delhi. Modi had launched the nationwide majestic campaign 'Swachh Bharat Mission' or 'Clean India Campaign' from the Valmiki Basti in New Delhi, where several millions of people all around the country joined in the cleanliness initiatives of the government departments, NGOs and community centers. 64-year-old Narendra Modi said the Centre is likely to spend around Rs 2 lakh crore in five-year to clean entire India by October 2019, coinciding with the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. He added the Urban Development Ministry will approve Rs. 62,000 crore for cleaning towns all around the country, while the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation will spend Rs 1 lakh 34 thousand crores for the programs.
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has rejected reports over Congress and National Congress Party break up because of her and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi. Sonia Gandhi said she or his son Rahul Gandhi are not responsible for breaking relationship with National Congress Party in Maharastra. The Gandhi's have visit flood hit region Jammu and Kashmir, while Rahul Gandhi said Congress party is with the people of the state to help to mitigate their suffering and it is considered as one of the worst natural disaster in history. He added party will share the grief of the people and their organization are helping people since flood hit the state. Rahul Gandhi said Congress party, Youth and Women Congress, NSUI, RGF and local party leaders have been working here in the flood hit region. 67-year-old Sonia Gandhi feels the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is very bad and it was huge lose for the people in the valley, said during her two-day visit to some flood-affected areas of the Kashmir Valley and the Jammu region. Sonia Gandhi said she had discussed the flood situation with Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to work together with Narendra Modi government to help the flood victims.
Narendra Modi US Visit-India Prime Minister Narendra Modi had meet US President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, marking the first bilateral summit meeting between the two leaders of the countries. US President Barack Obama said it is an extraordinary great pleasure to welcome India Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the White House for the first time, where the two heads have discussed the broad partnership that exists between the United States and India. Obama also discuss about Modi's historic victory in the Indian general elections earlier this year in May.64-year-old Narendra Modi had thanked Barack Obama for his invitation to United States with his warm and generous hospitality, while PM wants to expand the relationship between Indian and United States. Meanwhile, the two nations are going to share desire of our citizens for justice and equality. Meanwhile, Obama and Prime Minister Modi have visited the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial on the National Park in the evening. According to Sources President and Prime Minister have wrote in a joint Washington Post op-ed this morning, as the ties in between the United States and India are rooted in the shared desire of our citizens for justice and equality, while both the leaders have highlighted the connection between Dr. King and Mahatma Gandhi.Modi and Obama also planned to share intelligence on terrorism and regional concerns including Afghanistan, where both the leaders have joined hands in efforts to fight diseases and improve sanitation and hygiene throughout India.
The former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is likely to see her faith on 6th October, where the Karnataka High Court will hear her request for bail. Jayalalithaa has sent to prison in a Bangalore since Saturday, after beating found guilty of corruption. The 66-year-old Jayalalithaa was in the middle of her third term as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, as she was convicted of corruption in a case. Former CM said the charges against her are politically motivated and she is going to request bail to Karnataka High Court. According to sources Jayalalithaa and her three party associates have been jailed in the 18-year-old disproportionate assets case, where she has moved to the Karnataka high court on Monday and hopes to get a bail and challenging the verdict of the special court. Jayalalithaa has been interlocutory petition for bail, said she has suffered a lot from past 18-years and now she is suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure. Meanwhile, the Karnataka High Court had adjourned the bail petition to October 6 her pleas seeking immediate bail and challenging CM’s conviction in the disproportionate assets case against her announced on Tuesday.
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah and Union minister for culture and tourism Shripad Yesso Naik will inaugurate the new Regional Science Centre (RSC) at Pilikula on Wednesday October 1. 66-year-old Siddaramaiah will take part in the inauguration of new Regional Science Centre (RSC) at Pilikula, which it was conceptualized, designed and developed by National Council of Science Museums (NCSM). It will be handed over to Pilikula Regional Science Centre Society (PRSCS) for its maintenance and further operations on the occasion. Siddaramaiah said Regional Science Centre equipped with its two-pronged method of communication - exhibits and activities, which it was built up in an area of approximate 4,000 sqmt with three permanent galleries titled 'biodiversity', 'frontiers of technology' and 'fun science'. Siddaramaiah also sanctioned around Rs 850 crore development special package for Bellary district. CM Siddaramaiah said 5,500 houses will be constructed for poor people in Bellary City, where110 crore will provide the construction of houses announced on Monday after a meeting on the Karnataka Development Program. He added Rs 247 crore would be spent on construction of 12,399 houses in the district. On Monday, during CM meeting with Karnataka Development Program said Rs 37 crore will be spent on construction of toilets in the district, Rs 10 crore on electricity connection, Rs 12.75 crore on roads, Rs 60 crore on drinking water and Rs 50 crore on rural development, Rs 13 crore on minorities’ development.
Narendra Modi US Visit-India Prime Minister Narendra Modi had meet Barack Obama, the President of United States of America at the White House in Washington for a private dinner on Monday night 29th September. Both the leaders have discussed few things about how they can boost Indo-US relationship in 90 minutes high profile meeting in the Blue Room of the President's official residence. 53-year-old Barack Obama had welcomed Prime Minister Modi at the South Gate of the White House, where American Prez had greeted him saying 'Kem Cho' and India PM replied to President saying 'Thank You'. Modi and Obama have joined with US Vice President Joe Biden and other US officials at the White House in a private dinner, before heading to the formal talks in the Oval Office on Tuesday. Modi, who was fasting on Navratri, he is only had warm water while others US Officials have their dinner. Narendra Modi and Barack Obama have sat down under a gilded chandelier in the antique-festooned Blue Room of the White House on Monday with 20 members’ officials of India and US administration including Secretary of State John Kerry and Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj. Meanwhile, US First Lady Michelle Obama had not meet Modi, while National Security Adviser Susan Rice, USAID chief Rajiv Shah are among invitees at Obama's private dinner for Modi at White House.
Congress Party chief Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi are likely to visit flood hit Jammu and Kashmir, during their two day visit to the state on Monday 29th September. According to sources Congress senior leader insists that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will arrive in Jammu on Monday morning to meet flood victims and assess damages and infrastructure in worst-ever floods in the Jammu and Kashmir state. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will receive by Congress leader of Ghulam Nabi Azad, AICC (I) General Secretary, In-charge Jammu and Kashmir, Ambika Soni and PCC chief Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz during their 2-day visit to the state. Ghulam Nabi Azad said Sonia and Rahul will reach Sri Nagar Airport on Monday morning and the duo will visit flood hit areas in Srinagar and South Kashmir in the Valley. According to sources Congress Party are likely to meet flood victims in Jammu and Kashmir flood hit region, while Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are going to offer some relief, rehabilitation camps and assess damage caused to houses, commercial establishments and Government infrastructure in the floods.Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will also meet Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand during a meeting in Srinagar. Meanwhile, Rahul and Sonia will travel to Poonch border district to meet the flood affected people and hold a meeting in Jammu of party functionaries including Ministers.
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here in Washington DC on Monday morning and he was schedule to meet United States President Barack Obama on 29th September, 2014. PM Modi will have a special dinner with US Prez Obama at White House on Monday. Narendra Modi had addressed his first speech in front of a huge crowd of Indian-Americans at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. During at the Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park, PM Narendra Modi said the cheering crowd in fading evening light against the backdrop of New York’s famous skyline, said ‘I salute you… may the Force be with you’.Meanwhile, Narendra Modi has joined along with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim to attend the event. Rapper Jay-Z, veteran British rocker Sting and the American hip-hop band The Roots have showed stunning music performance during the event. Modi also meet Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman at the event and PM also thanked Hollywood actor for hosting the stunning evening.64-year-old Narendra Modi had address to the United Nations General Assembly, later he meet with the leaders of Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka over bilateral. Modi first meet Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to resolve the Teesta river issue and the land border agreement between the two nations.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has reached Bangalore on Saturday morning to appear in a Special Court, where the Bangalore court has been declare the verdict in the disproportionate assets case against CM J Jayalalithaa. Report says Jayalalithaa was charged with miss leading Rs 66.65 crore of wealth disproportionate to known sources of income during her first term as Tamil Nadu CM. Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa supporters were protesting near the Bangalore Special court on Saturday afternoon and lati charge done by Bangalore Police as she arrives for DA verdict. Bangalore City Police announced prohibitory orders under section 144 of Cr.PC as a precautionary measure ahead of the court delivering its verdict. A Special Court Judge Michael Dicunha is going to declare the verdict by Saturday afternoon at the makeshift court, which it has created at Bangalore central prison at Parappana Agrahara on the outskirts of Bangalore city and it was afford with multi-layer security cover. Meanwhile, the case has been transferred to Bangalore's Special Court in 2003 by Supreme Court on a petition filed by DMK leader K Anbazhagan. Several hundreds of AIADMK leaders are likely to arrive in Bangalore, while the police are expecting to stop them at the Karnataka state border.
The Congress Party has joined hand with Samajwadi Party in Maharashtra to compete in the upcoming Assembly elections, where both the parties are looking to grab Muslim votes in the state. Samajwadi Party Leader Abdul Qadir Chaudhary insists that the state SP chief Abu Asim Azmi had met Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Congress President Manikrao Thakare, where they have decided to finalize the new alliance. Samajwadi Party is going to contest in eight seats in alliance with Congress in Maharashtra Assembly Polls. According to sources Samajwadi Party will contest on 8 seats, while Samajwadi Party has been demanded 10 assembly seats. Congress also join with Jogendra Kawade and Sulabha Kumbhare’s political outfits and also decided to take support of Sanjay Khodke, formerly with NCP in Amravati district.Meanwhile, the Nationalist Congress Party has withdraws support from the Congress led Government in Maharastra, which NCP holds 62 MLAs out of the 288 seats in Assembly. Maharashtra Governor CV Rao Is eyeing to explore the President's rule in the state after National Congress Party withdrew its support to the Congress government. Bharatiya Janata Party also ended its 25-year-old tie-up with the Shiv Sena, while the Nationalist Congress Party halts its alliance with the Congress.
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in New York Airport on Friday on a five-day visit to the United States, PM Modi, who had flew to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in a special Air India Boeing Plane to make his maiden US visit after traveling nine hour journey from Frankfurt.64-year-old Narendra Modi said he was schedule high profile meeting with United States President Barack Obama in Washington over two days from September 29, where both the leaders are going to meet for the first time. Narendra Modi had received warm welcome from Indians, who are staying in United States of America. They also carried placards with messages like 'Indian American loves Modi', 'We love Modi’ and 'America loves Modi'.After being rejected by US visa, PM Narendra Modi has landed in New York as being a one of the strong political leader in the world. Modi had received stunning welcome party from American-Indian community, where several hundreds of his supports have reached at the Times Square, while large number of Indian supports, who are gathered outside of his hotel. Prime Minister was power packed schedule in New York and Washington with around 38 engagements, during his 5-day trip to US, where is going to make his maiden address to the UN General Assembly(UNGA) on Sunday in New York.
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah is quite happy after Asia's third largest paint company Asian Paints has been investing around Rs 2,400 crore to set up a manufacturing unit in Nanjangud in Mysore district. Karnataka Government has sanctioned 175-acre land, which it was cleared by the State High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) recently.Karnataka Government is looking very aggressive in the country to attract investors and transform the state's image as an investor-friendly destination. According to sources, Asian Paints is expecting to set up a new production unit with manufacturing capacity of five lakh kilo litre per day (KLPD) capacity, where the mega project will be rolled out in two phases with manufacturing capacity of four KLPD and two lakh KLPD respectively.Report says Asian Paints annual turnover of Rs 12,700 crore and it will operates in 17 countries and it has 23 paint manufacturing facilities in the world servicing consumers in over 65 countries. Recently, Karnataka State has lost Hero Motocorp project to Andhra Pradesh last week, but the state government is looking happy with Asian Paints Plant including Swedish furniture retailer Ikea in talks of Rs 500 crore investment in Karnataka.