Ujjwala Yojana, PM KISAN, Jan Dhan Yojana, Jan Aushadhi Yojana, Ayushman Bharat are a couple of schemes which have left the world leaders gushing about India's leadership.
In his address, PM Modi briefly mentioned about the Kutch devastation and rehabilitation after the 2001 earthquake. His small reference, though, gives an ample idea how the government intends to navigate the pandemic crisis.
The Union Home Minister termed the decision on reimagining the Public Sector Enterprise Policy as Prime Minister Modi's "futuristic vision and commitment towards a self-reliant India."
A group of foreign academicians, in their study, found that India is among those countries who responded to this pandemic strongly and effectively. And, the basis of this response was ‘political leadership’ of the country.
The Centre has decided to treat coronavirus as a "notified disaster" under State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) and announced ex-gratia payment of Rs 4 lakhs to families of those who die of coronavirus.
“Sonia Gandhi urged the people to hit the streets and launch a ‘fight to finish’. Is this not an attempt to incite and provoke people?,” asked Ravi Shankar Prasad.
During the hearing, Nirbhaya case convicts advocate AP Singh asked: "Why there was a hurry to execute the death sentence in this case only ... Justice hurried is justice buried."
Zaira urged people not to believe in "unfair representation" of facts painted by the media and said that there was an atmosphere of "escalating despair" in the Valley.
In the longest Union Budget speech in history, Sitharaman talked about tax regime, finance, agriculture, irrigation, water, sanitation, healthcare, education, infrastructure, women, digital connectivity among others.
Kashmiri writer Dina Nath Kaul Nadim was born in Srinagar in 1916 and passed away on April 8, 1988. He mostly wrote in the Kashmiri language and his first Kashmiri poem in 1942 was dedicated to the valley -- "Maej Kashir" (Mother Kashmir).