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PM Modi has 'decided' date of war with China, Pakistan: UP BJP president

IndiaTimes Sunday, 25 October 2020
In a controversial remark, BJP's Uttar Pradesh chief Swatantra Dev Singh said prime minister Narendra Modi has “decided” when the country would be at war with Pakistan and China. His remarks on Friday came amid tension at the Line of Actual Control between India and China, where the two countries have massed troops over recent months.
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Protesting farmers call for Bharat Bandh; 5th round of talks today [Video]

Protesting farmers call for Bharat Bandh; 5th round of talks today

Protesting farmers announced a nationwide strike on December 8. They said they said they will block all toll plazas and roads leading to Delhi. General Secretary of BKU-Lakhowal, HS Lakhowal said, “In the 4th round of talks with the Centre, we made it clear that the farm laws should be revoked completely. Centre wants to make amends to the farm laws but we disagree with it. We made it clear to the Centre that we will only go back after Centre withdraws the farm laws. On December 5, effigies of PM Modi’s govt and other corporate houses will be burnt across the country. We have called for Bharat Bandh on December 8.” Fifth round of talks with the Central government is scheduled for December 5. After 4th round of talks the government agreed to review farmers’ key demands. However, farmers stuck to their demand of repealing the three farm laws. Watch the full video for more.

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Foundation stone laying ceremony of new Parliament building to be held on Dec 10 [Video]

Foundation stone laying ceremony of new Parliament building to be held on Dec 10

On December 05, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla informed that the foundation stone laying ceremony of the new Parliament building will be held on 10th December at 1 pm by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said, "It has been decided that the foundation stone laying ceremony of the new Parliament building will be held on 10th December at 1 pm. The ceremony will begin with 'bhumi pujan' by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the completion of the 75 years of India's independence, we will begin the session of both the Houses in the new Parliament building." He further said, "This will be one such temple of AatmaNirbhar Bharat that will reflect the diversity of the nation. It will be 17,000 square meter bigger than the old Parliament. There will be approximately 888 seats for Lok Sabha members and more than 326 seats for Rajya Sabha members in the new building. Lok Sabha hall will be able to accommodate 1224 members simultaneously. This will be built in an area of 64,500 square meter at an expense of Rs 971 crores."

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PM Modi to lay foundation stone for new Parliament building on December 10

PM Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for new Parliament building and will perform 'Bhoomi Pujan' on December 10. The construction will begin this month..
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Kailash Vijayvargiya blames CM Banerjee-led govt over violence in Asansol [Video]

Kailash Vijayvargiya blames CM Banerjee-led govt over violence in Asansol

BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya slammed CM Mamata over bombing and shooting at BJP rally in Asansol's Jamgram area on December 5. Several BJP workers got injured in the incident. TMC leader Bidhan Upadhyay had accused BJP workers of carrying bombs during the rally.

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GHMC polls: TRS wins 55 seats, BJP emerges 2nd largest party, secures 48 seats [Video]

GHMC polls: TRS wins 55 seats, BJP emerges 2nd largest party, secures 48 seats

GHMC poll result threw up a hung house after counting of votes on Friday. No political party reached absolute majority mark of 76 in 150-seat corporation. Telangana’s ruling party TRS emerged as single largest party winning 55 seats. TRS had previously won 99 seats in 2016 GHMC elections. BJP put up a tremendous show, emerged single largest party in GHMC. BJP won 48 seats this year as compared to 4 seats in 2016 GHMC. BJP president JP Nadda congratulated party workers and the people of Telangana. Watch the full video for more details.

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Watch: Bomb hurled, gunfire during clash between TMC, BJP workers in Asansol [Video]

Watch: Bomb hurled, gunfire during clash between TMC, BJP workers in Asansol

Several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers were injured in a clash with TMC workers. Bomb was hurled and shots were also fired during the clash. Clash took place during a door-to-door campaign organized by the BJP at Jamgram area.

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Indian Army organises 'cyclothon' in Rajasthan on 1971 India-Pak war's anniversary [Video]

Indian Army organises 'cyclothon' in Rajasthan on 1971 India-Pak war's anniversary

Indian Army's Konark Corps organised 'cyclothon' in Rajasthan's Jodhpur on 1971 India-Pakistan war on 50th anniversary. Participants will cycle till Longewala, a town in Rajasthan and will cover around 1,971 km. General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Konark Corps, Lt Gen Anil Puri said, "We'll meet war veterans and spread COVID awareness among locals."

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No point in opposing film city in UP: Ravi Kishan [Video]

No point in opposing film city in UP: Ravi Kishan

Actor and MP from Gorakhpur Constituency, Ravi Kishan on December 05 questioned people opposing building film city in Uttar Pradesh. He said that the state government is making film in UP not in Pakistan's Karachi so there should not be any oppose for it.

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‘Indian Navy’s activities are in synergy with Army, Air Force’: Navy chief [Video]

‘Indian Navy’s activities are in synergy with Army, Air Force’: Navy chief

Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Thursday said his force is alive to various threats in the maritime domain including from China and is fully ready to deal with them. Addressing a press conference on the eve of Navy Day, he said the Navy has a standard operating procedure in case there is any infringement in the Indian Ocean region, in a veiled reference to the Chinese challenge. Referring to the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, the Navy chief said the Indian Navy's surveillance aircraft P-8I and Heron drones are deployed in the region. "Whatever we are doing is in close coordination with the Army and the Indian Air Force," he said. Watch the full video for more details.

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'No guarantee...': On China, Rajnath Singh says forces given free hand #HTLS2020 [Video]

'No guarantee...': On China, Rajnath Singh says forces given free hand #HTLS2020

Rajnath Singh, Defence Minister of India, commented on the border tension with China, at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit. While issuing an assurance that the Narendra Modi administration would not allow any violation of India's territorial integrity, Singh said that talks with China on multiple levels were underway, but there was no guarantee about the outcome. He hailed the bravery of Indian soldiers at the Line of Actual Control, and said that security forces had been given a free hand to drive the Chinese army back in case of aggression. Watch the full video for more.

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'India, China to hold another round of talks on Ladakh standoff soon': MEA [Video]

'India, China to hold another round of talks on Ladakh standoff soon': MEA

The ministry of external affairs said that India and China have agreed to maintain dialogue to resolve the Ladakh standoff. "The talks between India and China were candid, in-depth and constructive. Both sides exchanged views on disengagement at all friction points along LAC. They have agreed to maintain dialogue through military and diplomatic channels," MEA Spokesperson, Anurag Srivastava said. The ministry, however, declined to comment on reports that two sides are discussing proposals for disengagement. "When we have something to share, we will share," Srivastava said. MEA further said that the two sides will soon hold another round of talks on border standoff. "They have also agreed to have another round of meeting soon," Srivastava added. India and China border standoff has entered its seventh month. Thousands of troops from both sides have dug in for the winter along LAC in Ladakh sector. They are reportedly discussing proposals to withdraw tanks and artillery from the area.

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Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh State in India

Uttar Pradesh becomes first state to conduct over 2 crore COVID-19 tests

Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh has reported 29 deaths and 325 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours,
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COVID-19: UP becomes 1st state to conduct over 2 crore tests [Video]

COVID-19: UP becomes 1st state to conduct over 2 crore tests

Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department, Amit Mohan Prasad informed that state has become the first state to test more than 2 crore samples. "Yesterday, 1,66,938 samples were examined in the state. Till date, a total of 2,10,28,312 samples have been tested, so many tests have not been done by any state in the country," he said.

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