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Pramod Kumar Mishra is new principal secretary to PM

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Pramod Kumar Mishra has been appointed the new principal secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He took over his new assignment on Wednesday. Mishra was the additional principal secretary to the Prime Minister and was holding the rank of a Cabinet minister. Recently, Nripendra Misra had stepped down as the principal secretary.
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News video: PM bids farewell to trusted Principal Secretary Nripendra Mishra | OneIndia News

PM bids farewell to trusted Principal Secretary Nripendra Mishra | OneIndia News 01:15

PM MODI HOSTED A FAREWELL FUNCTION FOR HIS TRUSTED PRINCIPAL SECRETARY NRIPENDRAMISHRA ON MONDAY. NRIPENDRA MISHRA JOINED THE MODI GOVT IN ITS FIRST TENURE AND THE PM MEMORABLY RECALLS THAT IT WAS MISHRA WHO GUIDED HIM WHEN HE WAS NEW TO DELHI. IT IS EVIDENT HOW ALUED MISHRA WAS TO PM MODI WHEN THE...

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