Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday interacted with Agniveers, who are among the initial teams of recruits under the short-term induction programme for the armed forces. Official sources said Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also attended the exercise. Under the Agnipath scheme, announced on June 14 last year, the three services are recruiting youths between the age bracket of 17-and-half years… Continue reading "Modi virtually interacts with Agniveers"
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The Supreme Court judgment in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case demonstrated that Governors should not put the decisions of elected governments on the back burner, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin said on Friday. Welcoming the release of the six convicts in the Rajiv case, the Chief Minister said: ”This judgment as well of the Supreme Court forms the basis that… Continue reading "SC order Supreme Court order on Rajiv Gandhi case underscores governor’s role: Stalin"
Chief Minister MK Stalin has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to organize at least three meetings of the inter-state council every year and table an agenda for resolving the vexatious issues involving states. In his demi-official letter to the PM, Stalin drew the attention of Modi to only one meeting of the inter-state council being held in the last six… Continue reading "Stalin urges Modi to organise three inter-state council meetings every year"
Tamil Nadu’s Finance Minister PTR Palanivel Thiagarajan said that the state’s fiscal deficit is set to decline to 3.80% from 4.33% in the budget estimates for the year 2021-22. Presenting the budget speech for the year 2022-23 in the Assembly Hall in Fort St. George, Thiagarajan said that the revenue deficit is set to decrease by Rs 7,000 crore. Thiagarajan… Continue reading "TN’s fiscal deficit to decline to 3.80 from 4.33 per cent: Palanivel Thiagarajan"