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May 27, 2022

PM Modi’s Europe Visit Updates: Indians ended the 3 decades-long political instability by pressing a butt… – Economic Times

PM Modi’s Europe Visit Updates: Indians ended the 3 decades-long political instability by pressing a butt…  Economic Times

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that a new resurgent India had made up its mind to move forward with determination and urged the Indian diaspora to help the country take big strides globally.

Addressing the Indian community here, Modi said the young and aspirational India understood the need for political stability to achieve faster development and had ended three decades of instability by mere touch of a button.

“This time of the 21st century is very important for India. Today’s India has made up its mind, it is moving ahead with determination. When the country makes a resolve, then that country walks on new paths and shows it by achieving desired goals,” Modi said.

The Prime Minister’s hour-long address to the Indian community was peppered with slogans of ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, ‘Modi hai toh mumkin hai’ and ‘2024, Modi Once More’ by the ecstatic crowd gathered at the Theater Am Postdamer Platz here.

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Wrap Up: All you need to know

  • German Chancellor Olaf Scholz invites Prime Minister Narendra Modi for G-7 summit in Germany
  • DGCA says aircraft involved in Durgapur turbulence incident is at present grounded in Kolkata
  • EC issues notice to Jharkhand CM over grant of mining lease
  • Delhi sees 1,076 Covid cases, no death in a day; positivity rate rises to 6.42 pc
  • Chhattisgarh sees 9 COVID-19 cases, no death; active tally now 44
  • Gujarat reports 16 COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 12,24,374
  • Karnataka reports 111 fresh COVID-19 cases, 76 recoveries, and zero deaths
  • Nirav Modi extradition appeal to be heard in UK High Court on June 28
  • Fast patrol vessel ICGS ‘Kamla Devi’ launched in Kolkata
  • Gujarat Congress working president Hardik Patel removes the party’s name from his Twitter bio

KKR beat RR by seven wickets to snap 5-match losing streak

Kolkata Knight Riders defeated in-form Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets to snap their five-match losing streak in the Indian Premier League here on Monday. KKR first restricted RR to 152 for five after opting to bowl and then chased down the target with five balls to spare to return to winning ways and heave a sigh of relief.

The price of Internet data is so low in India that it is unbelievable for many nations: PM

Last year, India’s share was 40% in Real-time global digital payments… Now no PM will have to say that I send Re 1 from Delhi but only 15 paise reaches: PM Modi in Berlin, Germany

India had 200-400 start-ups around 2014, their number is around 68,000 now: PM Modi in address to Indian diaspora in Germany

In last 7-8 years Indian govt transferred over Rs 22 lakh crore through direct benefits transfer to beneficiaries’ bank accounts: PM Modi

New India no longer just thinks of a secure future, but takes risks, innovates, incubates: PM Modi

I remember, around 2014, there used to be only 200-400 start ups in our country. Today there are more than 68 thousand start-ups, dozens of unicorns: PM Modi

Minimum government, maximum governanance!

There should not be the absence of government wherever it is needed but it should also not be wherever it is not needed: PM Narendra Modi addresses members of the Indian community in Berlin, Germany

Through reforms, we are transforming the country: PM Modi

For reform, political will is needed. Today India is moving forward in all fields incl quality of life, quality of education & others. The country, bureaucracy, govt offices are same but now we are getting better results: PM Modi

After independence, the country decided a path, a direction: PM Modi

But the numerous changes that should have taken place with time, the speed with which it should have been done, the extensive manner in which it should have been done, we lagged behind due to one or the other reason: PM

Aspiration for positive change & quick development were reasons why Indians elected a govt with full majority after 30 years in 2014: Modi

People of India ended the politically unstable atmosphere of the last 3 decades: PM Modi

After 30 years a full majority govt was elected in 2014 and the people of India made the government stronger in 2019: PM Modi in Berlin

Today’s India has made up its mind, is moving ahead with determination: PM

And you also know that when the mind of a country is formed, then that country also walks on new paths and shows it by achieving desired destinations: PM Modi

I’m fortunate that I received the opportunity to meet the children of ‘Maa Bharti’ in Germany: PM Modi

It feels great to meet all of you. Many of you’ve come here, to Berlin, from different cities in Germany: PM Narendra Modi addresses members of the Indian community, in Berlin

India community members chant, “2024, Modi Once More” in Berlin, Germany

PM Narendra Modi will address the community programme shortly

EC issues notice to Jharkhand CM over grant of mining lease

The Election Commission has sent a notice to Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren over a mining lease granted in his name in alleged violation of Section 9A of the Representation of Peoples’ Act 1951, an official said on Monday.

Chhattisgarh sees 9 COVID-19 cases, no death; active tally now 44

Chhattisgarh on Monday reported nine COVID-19 cases, taking the state’s tally to 11,52,283, while the death toll remained unchanged at 14,034, an official said. The positivity rate, or cases detected per 100 tests, stood at 0.19 per cent, he added.

Six new Covid cases in J-K

Jammu and Kashmir recorded six fresh coronavirus cases on Monday, raising the infection count to 4,54,053 in the Union Territory even as no death linked to the disease was reported in the past 24 hours, officials said. Jammu and Kashmir divisions both registered three new COVID-19 cases each, the they said.

Gujarat reports 16 COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 12,24,374

Gujarat on Monday reported 16 COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 12,24,374, while the death toll remained unchanged at 10,943, a state health department official said. So far, 12,13,320 persons have been discharged post recovery, including 27 during the day, leaving the state with 111 active cases, he added.

Karnataka reports 111 fresh COVID-19 cases, 76 recoveries, and zero deaths, in the last 24 hours

Children aged 12 to 17 can now opt for Serum Institute’s Covid jab Covovax at private centres; provision enabled on CoWIN portal: PTI Sources

PM Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz interact with top executives from German and Indian companies

Two CRPF personnel injured in militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district: Officials

Nirav Modi extradition appeal to be heard in UK High Court on June 28

The continuation appeal hearing in the extradition case of Nirav Modi, the fugitive diamond merchant wanted in India to face charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to an estimated USD 2-billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case, is listed to be heard in the High Court in London on June 28.

Haryana govt to distribute free tablets to students of classes 10-12 from May 5: Official statement

SC extends stay on proposed demolition of jhuggis at Sarojini Nagar

The Supreme Court on Monday extended till the third week of July the stay on the proposed demolition of around 200 jhuggis at Sarojini Nagar and asked the Centre to conduct a survey to verify the slum-dwellers there. A bench of Justices KM Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy took note of the submissions of the Centre’s counsel and said a nodal officer be appointed to conduct physical verification of the residents after conducting a proper survey of the area proposed to be used by the government.

Fast patrol vessel ICGS ‘Kamla Devi’ launched in Kolkata

Fast patrol vessel ICGS ‘Kamla Devi’, named after social reformer and freedom activist Kamladevi Chattopadhyay and built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd in a public-private partnership with TWL for the Indian Coast Guard, was launched here on Monday, an official said. The vessel was christened Indian Coast Guard Ship (ICGS) ‘Kamla Devi’ by Neela Pathania, wife of ICG Director General Virender Singh Pathania.

End this senseless killing: Scholz appeals to Putin

Through its attack on Ukraine, Russia has violated fundamental principles of international law. The war & the brutal attacks against civilian population in Ukraine show how unrestrained Russia has been in violating the fundamental principles of the UN Charter. Thus, I repeat my appeal to Vladimir Putin – end this senseless killing, withdraw your troops from Ukraine: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin

Durgapur flight incident: DGCA says two out of 14 injured passengers are currently in ICU

India’s role important in global economy, climate change talks: Olaf

PM Modi on Ukraine conflict

Recent geopolitical incidents have shown that world peace & stability is in critical condition and showed how all countries are interconnected. We had said that talks are the only way to solve the Ukraine crisis. We believe that no one will be the victorious party in this war: PM Modi

India committed to quick progress in free trade agreement negotiations with European Union: Modi

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz invites Prime Minister Narendra Modi for G-7 summit in Germany

India is among our very important partners: Olaf Scholz

India is among our very important partners here. The world can only develop well if we are clear as to the fact that futue relations in the world will be characterised and marked by many countries, not by a few powerful countries: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz

Delhi’s maximum temp settles at 40.8 deg C

Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 40.8 degrees Celsius on Monday, which was two notches above normal for this time of the year. The Safdarjung Observatory — the capital’s base station — had recorded a maximum temperature of 43.5 degrees Celsius, the highest on a day in April in 12 years, for three consecutive days ending Saturday.

PM Modi & Olaf Scholz sign the green & sustainable energy partnership

Power Grid to buy IL&FS Energy Development Company’s stake in CPTCL

State-owned Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL) will purchase IL&FS Energy Development Company Ltd’s (IEDCL) equity shareholding in Cross Border Power Transmission Company Ltd (CPTCL). The company’s board approved the proposal during its meeting on Sunday. Financial details were not disclosed.

DGCA says aircraft involved in Durgapur turbulence incident is at present grounded in Kolkata

Mithun Chakraborty discharged from Bengaluru hospital

Veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty, who was admitted to a Bengaluru hospital recently, has been discharged. Chakraborty’s visit to the hospital was part of a routine check up and there is nothing to be worried about, the actor’s spokesperson said on Monday.

Durgapur flight incident

  • DGCA says aircraft involved in Durgapur turbulence incident is at present grounded in Kolkata
  • DGCA takes off roster flight crew, aircraft engineer and in-charge of SpiceJet’s maintenance control centre pending probe

Haryana government changes school timings

Amidst the heatwave, the Haryana government has changed the timings of govt & private schools from May 4; to start from 7 am to 12 noon.

Truncated school hours in Jharkhand’s Ranchi district due to summer heat

The Ranchi district administration in Jharkhand on Monday rescheduled classes from 6 am to 10.30 am in government and private schools in view of the summer heat, officials said. In the interest of the health of school students, the timing has been revised, which will be in effect till further order,” Ranchi Deputy Commissioner Chhavi Ranjan said in an official release.

Delhi HC extends interim order for reopening of Nizamuddin Markaz premises till October 14

Delhi sees 1,076 Covid cases, no death in a day; positivity rate rises to 6.42 pc

Govt targets a special campaign for removing the COVID19-led backlog of cataract surgeries & severe impairment, for the next three years

The campaign will start from June 1: Official Sources

PM Modi in Germany

Gujarat Congress working president Hardik Patel removes the party’s name from his Twitter bio

Peak power demand in Delhi

Delhi’s peak power demand today clocked 6,194 MW at 3.34 PM; the highest peak power demand ever recorded in the first week of May. Last month as well, Delhi saw a peak of 6,197 MW, an all-time high for the month of April ever.

Invitation for G7 summit

Germany to invite India, Indonesia, Senegal, S Africa to G7 summit

EU accuses Apple of blocking rivals from payment system

The EU accused Apple on Monday of blocking rivals from its popular “tap-as-you-go” iPhone payment system, opening a fresh battlefront between the US tech giant and Brussels

Harshada Sharad Garud wins Jr World Championship in Greece

Harshada Sharad Garud becomes first Indian weightlifter to win Junior World Championship in Greece.

Health Minister to chair 14th conference

Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya to chair the 14th Conference of the Central Council of Health & Family Welfare (CCHFW), as ‘Swasthya Chintan Shivir’, at Kevadia, Gujarat from May 5-7.

Tarun Kapoor appointed as advisor to PM

Retired IAS officer, ex- petroleum secretary Tarun Kapoor appointed as advisor to PM Modi

Bank of Baroda announces a reduction in Home & Car Loan interest rates

Bank of Baroda announces a reduction in Home & Car Loan interest rates starting at 6.50% & 7% respectively with concession p.a. for a limited period up to June 30, 2022.

IMD predicts temperature increase by 2-3 degrees

The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted the temperature to increase by 2 to 3 notches in days to come.

3 AAP leaders take oath as Rajya Sabha members

AAP leaders Raghav Chadha, Ashok Mittal and Sanjeev Arora take oath as party’s Rajya Sabha members from Punjab

PM Modi departs for Federal Chancellery in Berlin

All India Chess Federation announces 20 member squad

All India Chess Federation announces the country’s biggest-ever 20-member squad for the 44th Chess Olympiad to be held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Viswanathan Anand named as mentor for Indian teams.

Finland to decide to apply for NATO

Finland will decide to apply for NATO membership on May 12, says Iltalehti newspaper

Sarojini Nagar slum demolition

Supreme Court extends its stay on the demolition of slum clusters in the Sarojini Nagar area in the national capital till the third week of July

Punjab Cabinet approves recruitment on 26,000 posts

Punjab Cabinet approves recruitment on 26,000 posts in different govt departments, also gives its nod to roll out doorstep ration delivery scheme