Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that a new curriculum for school students will be in place by 2022. PM Modi was addressing the ‘School Education Conclave’ organised by the Ministry of Education. PM Modi said that the new curriculum will be in sync with the NEP. ‘The new curriculum...
A huge ruckus broke out in Lok Sabha after MoS Finance Anurag Thakur attacked Nehru and Sonia Gandhi during a discussion on PM CARES fund. Defending the fund, Thakur slammed the opposition’s constant attempts to question PM CARES fund and said that the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund created by then Prime Minister Nehru had not even been registered till now. ‘From 1948 till today, it has not been registered. How did it get (foreign contribution) FCRA clearance? The trust is not registered. PM CARES is a registered public charitable trust. This is for 130 crore people. You created a trust for the Gandhi family. Nehru, Sonia Gandhi were members of the PM National Relief Fund,’ Thakur said. Hitting back, a furious Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that the Congress party had never dragged in PM Modi’s name and accused ‘Himachal ka Chokra’ of lowring the standard of discussion. Watch the full video for all the details on the tussle over PM CARES fund in Lok Sabha.
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The Modi government is facing the fury of farmer groups over three farm related bills that have been passed in the Lok Sabha. While the government argues that the bills are in the farmers’ interests and will help them earn more for their produce, several farmer groups across the country are not convinced. Farmer group[s have threatened to intensify their agitation if their concerns are not addressed. PM Modi has said that these farmers are being misled by opposition parties. Harsimrat Kaur has resigned from the cabinet as a mark of protest against the bills. The opposition meanwhile has attacked the Modi government saying that the bills show the Modi government’s hatred towards the farmers of the country. So what are these three bills that have led to massive farmer protests in parts of Punjab, Haryana and some other states? What has forced the farmers to take to the streets and threaten of further protests? Watch the full video to find out all you need to know about the three farm bills.
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Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren spoke on Agricultural Reform Bills on Sep 18. He said, "As you are seeing that people are continuously protesting against Centre's policies. People are opposing their policies, whether it is related to farmers, CAA, GST or New Education Policy. I don't know how centre government form all these policies or define them but the reality is different. This is related to farmers and has drawbacks. Centre government should think about it."
Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on September 07 held a video conference with President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the video conference, the dignitaries discussed over New Education Policy. After the video conference, CM Soren said that he raised his points and states like Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha etc would face problems in regards to implementation of New Education Policy.