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Sharad Pawar: PM Modi Like Putin, Spreading Fear

Sharad Pawar, leader of the NCP (SP), warned against the rise of autocracy in India during a campaign rally in Amravati, Maharashtra. He criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for focusing on criticism rather than highlighting his government's achievements over the past decade. Pawar claimed that Modi was attempting to instill fear in the country's citizens and compared him to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Pawar also apologized to the people of Amravati for supporting a candidate in the 2019 elections and urged them to rectify that mistake. He praised the efforts of former Prime Ministers in building a new India and emphasized the need to prevent autocracy from taking hold in the country. The upcoming election in Amravati features a high-profile contest between BJP's Navneet Rana and Congress' Balwant Wankhede, with Pawar supporting the latter as part of the tripartite Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition. sources

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Apr 23 2024, 5 am

PM Modi Reveals 1,000-Year Vision, Predicts BJP Victory

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the importance of thinking big and planning for the future to secure India's success for the next thousand years. He highlighted the need for a reevaluation of the bureaucracy, focusing on more than just promotions, and outlined his vision for a brighter future by combining heritage and development. PM Modi discussed the government's advanced preparations and detailed planning, breaking down the blueprint into achievable stages. He also expressed confidence in a historic victory for the NDA in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, dismissing claims of constitutional changes with a 400-seat majority. The interview covered a wide range of topics, from harnessing the energy of youth to the country's future at 100 years of Independence. sources

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May 19 2024, 9 pm

Markets Post-June 4: PM Modi's Predictions

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted his government's commitment to economic reforms and pro-entrepreneurship policies, expressing confidence that the financial markets will thrive after June 4, post the Lok Sabha elections. PM Modi emphasized the success of public sector undertakings like Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), which reported a significant increase in profits. He dismissed opposition attempts to create fear among workers, pointing to HAL's success as evidence. Modi reiterated his dedication to comprehensive governance and efficiency, stating that this is India's time and urging citizens to seize the opportunity for progress. The Prime Minister's comments come amidst the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, where he is seeking a third term in office. sources

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May 19 2024, 9 pm

PM Modi: Bureaucracy Must Change, Promotions Not Targeted

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized the need for significant changes in the bureaucracy, focusing on training, recruitment, and citizen-centric governance. In an interview with NDTV, PM Modi highlighted the importance of technology in training institutions and the elimination of lower-level interviews in recruitment to combat corruption. He also outlined his 'four-S' mantra for the country's progress, emphasizing scope, scale, speed, and skill. PM Modi aims for a historic mandate in the upcoming elections, with a target of winning over 370 Lok Sabha seats. He stressed the importance of global standards in legislation and the need for a shift in the bureaucratic mindset from self-interest to public service. The interview comes amidst the ongoing general elections, with the final results to be announced on June 4. sources

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May 19 2024, 9 pm

PM Modi criticizes Congress for disrespecting the Constitution

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has criticized the Congress party for their alleged disrespect towards the Constitution, stating that those who have insulted the Constitution are now hypocritically dancing with it on their heads. In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Modi dismissed claims that the BJP aims to alter the Constitution if they secure over 400 seats in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls. He accused the Congress of disregarding the party's own Constitution in the past, highlighting instances where leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi allegedly undermined the spirit of the Constitution. Modi also took aim at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and RJD patriarch Lalu Prasad Yadav, questioning their credibility to speak about the Constitution given their controversial actions and legal troubles. The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of upholding the Constitution and criticized those who have undermined its principles in the past. sources

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May 19 2024, 8 pm

PM Modi's Focus on Governance, Infrastructure, 2024 Elections Highlights

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed a wide range of topics including development, infrastructure, governance, and the stock market. With the 2024 elections looming, PM Modi reflected on the last 10 years of his government and outlined his plans for the future. He emphasized the importance of youth engagement, India's progress in various sectors, and the need for continued focus on welfare and fiscal discipline. PM Modi also highlighted his government's achievements in job creation, investment, and attracting global investments to India. He expressed confidence in a big win in the upcoming elections and outlined his vision for the country's future, focusing on a comprehensive and integrated approach to governance. sources

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May 19 2024, 8 pm

Delhi's Hottest Day Yet, More Heat Expected Ahead

Delhi has recently faced its hottest day of the season, with temperatures reaching a scorching 44.4 degrees Celsius, prompting a 'red alert' warning from the weather department for the next two days. The India Meteorological Department has highlighted the risks of heat-related illnesses, particularly for vulnerable individuals such as infants and the elderly. Experts attribute the increasing frequency and severity of extreme heat spells to climate change, with Delhi experiencing over 150 days of temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius in eight of the last 10 years. Despite the city's heat action plan aiming to mitigate the impact of extreme heat, it has yet to be implemented, leaving around 3.4 million unorganised workers in Delhi vulnerable to the harsh conditions. This comes as large parts of north India continue to face extreme heatwaves, raising concerns about the health and safety of residents. sources

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May 19 2024, 7 pm

Rajasthan Ex Minister Claims Torture by Wife, Seeks Maintenance

Former Rajasthan Minister and member of the royal family of Bharatpur, Vishwendra Singh, has accused his wife and son of torture and demanded maintenance from them. Singh alleges that he has been beaten, denied sufficient food, and prevented from meeting people by his family. His wife and son deny the allegations, claiming to be the real victims in the situation. Singh has filed an application in the Subdivision Officer Tribunal, seeking Rs 5 lakh per month from his wife and son, and accusing them of conspiring to kill him to seize his property. He also claims to be a heart patient unable to bear the stress caused by his family's actions. Singh demands the return of properties including the Moti Mahal Palace. However, his son, Anirudh Singh, refutes the allegations and threatens to present evidence of financial fraud and property mismanagement by his father in court. sources

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May 19 2024, 5 pm

Man opens car wash, hires 80 disabled workers

Rising Tide Car Wash, founded by John D'Eri and his family in the US, has provided job opportunities for over 80 individuals with autism, including John's son Andrew. The idea stemmed from Andrew's struggle to find employment due to his condition, prompting his family to start the business in 2013. Recognizing the unique skills of individuals with autism, such as attention to detail and structured task performance, the company has flourished with locations in Parkland, Florida, and a workforce comprised of 90% employees with autism. The heartwarming story shared on social media has garnered widespread praise and support, with users commending the family's initiative and the positive impact on the community. sources

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May 19 2024, 5 pm

PM Modi responds to Mamata Banerjee's Ramakrishna Mission comment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's comments against the Ramakrishna Mission and Bharat Sevashram Sangha, accusing her of issuing threats to these organizations to appease the TMC's vote bank. Speaking at rallies in Purulia and Bishnupur, PM Modi condemned the TMC for spreading false information and insults against respected institutions known for their service and morality. He also accused Banerjee of being influenced by Muslim fundamentalists and attacking saints and monks. Modi promised to crack down on corruption, stating that after the new government is formed on June 4, corrupt individuals will face consequences. He highlighted the TMC and Congress's alleged involvement in corruption, criticizing their failure to protect the people of Bengal. Additionally, PM Modi denounced the TMC's vote-bank politics and their handling of the Sandeshkhali incidents, accusing them of dehumanizing women from marginalized communities. The authenticity of videos related to the Sandeshkhali incidents remains unverified, fueling political tensions in the state. sources

Published:
May 19 2024, 5 pm

PM Modi criticizes opposition leaders for nepotism

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Opposition leaders in India, accusing them of being more focused on promoting dynastic politics by prioritizing the welfare of their own children over that of the nation. PM Modi, who is seeking a third term, expressed confidence in his party, BJP, winning over 400 seats in the Lok Sabha. He singled out Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and RJD's Tejashwi Yadav as examples of dynastic politics, claiming that his government has worked to end corruption, casteism, and dynasty in the country. PM Modi reiterated his stance that the Opposition bloc impedes India's progress towards becoming a developed nation, advocating for a shift towards a politics of performance rather than dynasty and appeasement policies. sources

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May 19 2024, 3 pm

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