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24.06.2018

 

THE HEADLINES

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi describes GST as a great example of cooperative federalism; in his Mann Ki Baat programme, Mr Modi says government schemes have brought  positive change in people's lives.
  • Mundka-Bahadurgarh section of Delhi Metro's Green Line opens up for the public.
  • Two terrorists killed in an encounter with security forces in south Kashmir's Kulgam district; one surrenders.
  • Assam Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal announces 100 crore rupees as relief for flood victims in Barak valley.
  • In FIFA World Cup, England and Belgium book place in the Round-of-16; Panama and Tunisia bow out.
  • In Hockey, Indian mens team defeat Argentina 2-1 in second round-robin match of Champions Trophy in the Netherlands.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said, Goods and Services Tax, GST is a great example of cooperative federalism, where all the states decided to take a unanimous decision in the interest of the nation. He informed that it is a matter of pride that all the decisions taken in the 27 meetings of the GST Council were unanimous despite people from different political ideologies being involved in these meetings. The Prime Minister was addressing the nation in his Mann Ki Baat programme of All India Radio.  Mr Modi said, the check post has become extinct after the arrival of the GST scheme and the movement of goods has become faster.

"जीएसटी से पहले देश में 17 अलग-अलग प्रकार के टैक्‍स हुआ करते थे। लेकिन अब इस व्‍यवस्‍था में सिर्फ एक ही टैक्‍स पूरे देश में लागू है। पहले देश में काफी बार टैक्‍स के मामले में इंस्पेक्‍टर ... की शिकायतें आती रहती थीं। जीएसटी में इंस्‍पेक्‍टर की जगह इंफोरमेशन टेक्‍नोलॉजी ने ले ली है। रिटर्न से लेकर रिफंड तक सब कुछ ऑनलाइन इंफोरमेशन टेक्‍नोलॉजी के द्वारा होता है"।

Mr Modi said, the schemes brought by NDA government have ushered in positive changes in the lives of people. Mr Modi said, his recent interactions with beneficiaries of different schemes through video conferencing in the past few weeks have been a unique learning experience for him.

"मैं मानता हूं कि मेरे लिए ये महज एक सरकारी कार्यक्रम नहीं था, बल्कि एक अलग तरह का लर्निंग एक्‍सपीरिएन्‍स था और इस दौरान लोगों के चेहरे पर जो खुशियां देखने को मिली, उससे बड़ा संतोष का पल किसी की भी जिन्‍दगी में क्‍या हो सकता है।

Mr Modi gave an example where corporate professionals and IT engineers in Bangalore came together and created a ‘Samridhi Trust’ through which they doubled the income of farmers by successful activation of this trust.

The Prime Minister recalled the great contributions of India's saints in eradicating social evils and promoting humanity.

The Prime Minister said, it will be 100 years of the horrific incident of Jallianwala Bagh next year. He said, the massacre imparts the message that violence and cruelty can never solve any problem.

Responding to a listener, Raman Kumar of Rohini in Delhi who had urged him to talk about Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, Mr. Modi said education, administration and parliamentary affairs were very close to the leader's heart.

"डॉ. मुखर्जी का सपना था भारत हर क्षेत्र में औद्योगिक रूप से आत्‍मनिर्भर हो, कुशल और समृद्ध हो। वे चाहते थे कि भारत बड़े उद्योगों को डेवलप करे और साथ ही एमएसएमई, हथकरघा, वस्‍त्र और कुटीर उद्योग पर भी पूरा ध्‍यान दे।"

The Prime Minister said, the fourth International Yoga Day presented the rarest of sights and the whole world appeared as one entity.

The Prime Minister congratulated the doctors on the occasion of Doctor’s Day to be celebrated on the 1st of next month.

The Prime Minister also congratulated the Indian cricket team for inviting the Afghanistan team to pose together for photographs while receiving the trophy.

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The Mundka-Bahadurgarh section of Delhi Metro's Green Line has been thrown open for the public this evening. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 11.2  kilometre long fully-elevated Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor through video conferencing. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Modi said, his government's priority is to build convenient, comfortable and affordable urban transport systems in the country.

"मेट्रो की वजह से लोगों की सहुलि‍यत बढ़ेगी, नई कॉलोनियां बनेंगी। उद्योगों का‍ विस्‍तार होगा। तो रोजगार के भी नए अवसर बनेंगे जिस तेजी से इसका विस्‍तार हो रहा है। बहुत ही जल्‍द संघाई, बीजिंग, लंदन और न्‍यूयार्क के बाद दूनिया के पांचवें सबसे बड़े मैट्रो नेटवर्क के तौर पर दिल्‍ली मैट्रो की पहचान होगी।"

The Prime Minister said, the process of making Metro systems is also linked to cooperative federalism as wherever Metros are being built in India, the Centre and the respective state governments are working together.

Union Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar were also present on the occasion.

"The Mundka - Bahadurgarh stretch, with seven stations, is an extension of the existing Green Line from Inderlok to Mundka. This section is Metro's third line of connectivity to the neighbouring state of Haryana. This entirely elevated section will not only connect the capital city with Bahadurgarh, but also provide connectivity to many outer Delhi areas of the western fringes of the city. Metro services are already operational in Gurgaon and Faridabad. With the opening of this section, the Delhi Metro network has expanded to 288 kilometres with 208 stations. With Diwaker, Suparna Saikia, AIR News, Delhi."

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In Jammu & Kashmir, two LeT terrorists including top Commander of the outfit were killed in an encounter with security forces in Chidder Qoimoh area of south Kashmir's Kulgam district today.

Police said, one among three terrorists surrendered during the encounter. Officials identified one among two slain as top local LeT terrorist from Kulgam district. The identity of other slain could not be established as he is suspected to be a foreigner.

The terrorist group attacked the army patrolling party in the area following which cordon and search operation was launched this afternoon. As the forces reached the suspected hiding place in the area, terrorists fired indiscriminately inviting retaliation from the forces triggering gunfight. One civilian was also killed during the clashes.

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In Assam, Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal has announced 100 crore rupees as flood relief for the Barak valley. He has visited the 3 affected districts of the valley during past 48 hours. Nearly 9 lakh people were affected due to recent flood in the Barak valley.  Mr. Sonowal today visited relief camps at Silchar and held a meeting with senior officials. The Chief Minister instructed officials to provide all help to the affected people. Our Correspondent reports that flood situation at Barak valley has improved now.

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Mumbai and neighboring areas today witnessed heavy spells of rain. According to Indian Meteorological Department, suburban Malad (west) recorded the highest amount of rainfall followed by Powai and Mulund.

Meanwhile, Delhiites witnessed extreme heatwave today with maximum temperature settling at 42.2 degrees Celsius , five notches more than season's average. The Meteorological department said, rain is likely to hit the national capital between the 29th June and the 1st July. Met office also forecast rain or thunderstorm at isolated places over the eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh tomorrow.

In Rajasthan, the maximum temperature dipped by one to two degrees Celsius today due to rainfall in most parts of the state.

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In Bihar, three people were killed and two others injured due to thunderstorm and lightning in Katihar district this evening. The incident occurred at Dayalpur village under Falka police station of the district. Expressing grief over the incident, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has announced an ex gratia of four lakh rupees next to the kin of the deceased. The MeT department has forecast more thunderstorm and lightening in next 24 hours in the eastern parts of the state.

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The government has brought sixteen more steel products under the ambit of Quality Control Order. The move will bring around 90 per cent of the steel and steel products consumed in the country under the control order. Prior to this, 34 carbon steel products and 3 stainless steel products were notified by the Ministry of Steel.

The Ministry of Steel has decided to cover Tin Plates used in food, food additives, drug and medicines, under the mandatory quality control regime and the process is being initiated.

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Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal today inaugurated India Infrastructure Expo 2018 held in Mumbai as part of the Third Annual AIIB meet. The exhibition, which will run parallel to the meet, is aimed to offer companies from the public and private sector to showcase their latest solutions, technologies and offerings in the realm of infrastructure project development and delivery.  Participating Companies will highlight their capabilities and key projects delivered over time.

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Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal today inaugurated India Infrastructure Expo 2018 held in Mumbai as part of the Third Annual AIIB meet. The exhibition, which will run parallel to the meet, is aimed to offer companies from the public and private sector to showcase their latest solutions, technologies and offerings in the realm of infrastructure project development and delivery.  Participating Companies will highlight their capabilities and key projects delivered over time.

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Union Minister Arun Jaitley today recalled how more than four decades ago the government led by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi imposed 'phoney' Emergency, turning democracy into constitutional dictatorship. In his facebook blog, Mr Jaitley said that Mrs Gandhi imposed Emergency on the 25 June 1975  and it was a phoney emergency on account of proclaimed policy that Indira Gandhi was indispensable to India and all contrarian voices had to be crushed. He said, the constitutional provisions were used to turn democracy into a constitutional dictatorship.

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Home Minister Rajnath Singh returned home today after concluding a 3-day visit to Mongolia. During his visit, Mr Singh called on the President of Mongolia K. Battulga and held talks with Prime Minister U. Khurelsukh and other leaders.

Home Minister Singh and Mongolia's Prime Minister jointly presided over the ground-breaking ceremony of Mongolia’s first petrochemical refinery project. The project has been financed by the India through a Line of Credit of One Billion Dollar.

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Women in Saudi Arabia took to the roads early today, ushering in the end of a ban on female drivers. The driving ban was lifted at midnight local time yesterday. It was the only country left in the world where women could not drive. The end of the ban was ordered in last September by King Salman as part of sweeping reforms pushed by his powerful young son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The number of new drivers remains low, as women with foreign permits only began converting them earlier this month. Others are training at new state-run schools, with 3 million women expected to drive by 2020.

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In the FIFA World Cup,  England defeated Panama by six goals to one in a Group-G match in Russia. With this win, England and Belgium have booked a place in the Round-of-16 and Panama and Tunisia bowed out. Yesterday Belgium crushed Tunisia, 5-2, Mexico beat South Korea, 2-1 and Germany defeated Sweden 2-1.

In Group-H match, the encounter between Japan and Senegal underway.

In another Group-H match later today, Poland take on Colombia at Kazan at 11.30 in the night.

Japan and Senegal had won their opening games and are at the top of the table. Poland and Colombia are at the bottom.

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In Men's Hockey, India defeated Argentina by two goals to one in their second round-robin match of the Champions Trophy at Breda, the Netherlands. For India, Harmanpreet scored the first goal and Mandeep Singh the second. In their opening games last evening, India had blanked arch-rivals Pakistan 4-0.

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Indian archer Abhishek Verma returned with an individual silver and a mixed team bronze medal in compound event at stage three of Archery World Cup in Salt Lake City, USA. Verma, who had posted an emphatic perfect 150 in his semifinal victory over Russia's Anton Bulaev yesterday, could not continue the same momentum and lost.

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