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Kashi has been a centre of knowledge, discussion, debate, culture, and spirituality for centuries

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addressed the G20 Development Ministers’ Meeting today via video message. Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister welcomed everyone to Varanasi, the oldest living city of the mother of democracy. Highlighting the significance of Kashi, the Prime Minister said that it has been the centre of knowledge, discussion, debate, culture, and spirituality for centuries while it also has the essence of India’s diverse heritage serving as a convergence point for people from all parts of the country. Shri Modi expressed delight that the G20 Development agenda has reached Kashi as well.

Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare signs MoU with the private sector

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Directorate General Resettlement (DGR) under the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Ministry of Defence and M/s Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance Company Limited today on 12 June 2023 in New Delhi. The MoU between DGR and Corporates endeavours to bring the corporate companies and Ex-Servicemen on a common platform to generate employment opportunities for the esteemed Ex-Servicemen of the Defence Services.   

PM Modi will hand over appointment letters to 70 thousand of people tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hand over appointment letters to about 70 thousand people through video conferencing tomorrow.

Ban on two-wheeler taxis will continue in Delhi, Supreme Court stays High Court’s order

The Supreme Court has stayed the Delhi High Court order allowing two-wheeler taxis to continue operating in the national capital till the Delhi government frames a policy in this regard.

Cyclone Biporjoy to hit Gujarat coast on Thursday, PM Modi reviews preparations

Cyclone Biporjoy is likely to turn severe by Thursday and hit the coast in Saurashtra and Kutch regions of Gujarat. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the preparations in this regard on Monday.

Stalin welcomes Amit Shah’s statement on Tamil PM, but says ‘intention not clear

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin on Monday welcomed Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement that he would “become the prime minister of a Tamil country”, but said the “intent of the statement is not clear”.

TMC leader alleges data leak of politicians, journalists who got Covid vaccine

Trinamool Congress leader Saket Gokhale has made serious allegations against the Modi government at the Center citing Covid vaccination. The TMC leader alleged on Monday that the data of many citizens who got vaccinated to prevent corona infection has been leaked. It includes eminent personalities associated with politics and journalism. The TMC leader has also expressed his displeasure over the attitude of the central government in this matter.

Result of Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2023 declared

The result of the preliminary examination of Civil Services has been declared. This exam for Civil Services was conducted on 28 May 2023. On the basis of the result of the examination, information about the passing candidates and roll numbers has been given to the candidates. All these candidates who have passed the preliminary examination have now qualified for admission to the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2023.

5 guarantees of Priyanka Gandhi in Madhya Pradesh

National General Secretary of Congress Priyanka Gandhi has given five guarantees to the people while conch shelling the election campaign of Congress in Sanskardhani Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh and has also promised to fulfil them as soon as the Congress government is formed in the state.

Unknown disease havoc in Pithoragarh, many goats died, and hundreds of sheep and goats are in the grip of disease

According to media reports, an unknown disease has wreaked havoc in Pithoragarh’s Kanalichina. Many goats have died from this disease. Whereas, hundreds of sheep and goats are in the grip of the disease. The villagers have demanded the Animal Husbandry Department set up a camp in the area to treat the sheep and goats. So that this disease can be prevented from spreading.

Opposition put BJP in trouble

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