"Since the 80s till today, they (China) are occupying this area, and construction of villages is not a new thing.
They have already constructed military base between Bisa and Maza which is inside McMahon Line, under Indian territory," Gao added.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of national security after reports that China has built a village in Arunachal Pradesh, and said China needs to be given a clear message.
He termed the situation with China as "very dangerous" and said India under Modi does not have any clear cut strategy on China, which is testing the country and will not sit silent.
After joining Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of the West Bengal Assembly elections, actor Mithun Chakraborty on Sunday raised a new poll slogan "Ek chhobole chhobi" (finish in one attack), in a veiled attack on the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He joined the BJP at Brigade Parade Ground where Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first rally after the announcement of the West Bengal Assembly poll schedule. "Ami Jol Dhorao noi, Bele Borao noi, ami ekta cobra, jat ghokhro, ek chhobole chhobi (I am not Jol Dhora, I am not Bele Bora, I am a pure cobra, you will be finished in one strike). Now, remember the new slogan Ek chhobole chhobi," he said. Watch the full video for more details.
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Addressing a massive BJP rally at the Brigade Parade Grounds, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in West Bengal hit out at his detractors who accuse him of favouring a handful of his businessmen friends. "You have betrayed and insulted the people of Bengal who trusted that you will be the harbinger of change after the end of the Left rule. You smashed to smithereens (chaknachoor) their hopes and dreams," he said. Watch the full video for more details.
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BJP will strengthen democratic system and will re-establish public belief in government system in Bengal guaranteed Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing at a public rally at Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground on March 07.
Former chairperson of the National Commission for Minorities Wajahat Habibullah speaks exclusively to Oneindia News and reminisces on his childhood and friendship with former PM Rajiv Gandhi. He recently released his book 'My Years With Rajiv: Triumph and Tragedy', a memoir of sorts.
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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said the killing of his father Rajiv Gandhi in 1991 brought him tremendous pain but he nursed no anger or hatred towards those responsible for it. "I don't have anger or hatred towards anybody. Of course, I lost my father and for me it was a very difficult time," he said, adding, it was similar to having one's heart severed. "I felt tremendous pain, but I don't feel anger, I don't feel any hatred or any anger. I forgive," he said. Watch the full video for more details.
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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during an interaction with Dipesh Chakrabarty, Representative of University of Chicago, said he was proud that former prime ministers his grandmother Indira Gandhi and father Rajiv Gandhi were assassinated while standing for and defending the sense of India that is central to its civilisation and history."We believe in a certain sense of India and defend its certain political idea and philosophy. Elements of these are central themes in Indian civilization and history. I'm proud that my grandmother and father got killed while standing and defending something. It helps me understand them and my place and what I should be doing. There are no regrets," said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
Congress has clarified that All India Mahila Congress president Sushmita Dev has not resigned from the party. Speaking on the reports of her resignation, Congress leader and Member of Parliament, Pradyut Bordoloi said that Sushmita Dev is indispensable part of Congress and very much with us. "She is very much with us. She is a very indispensable part of Congress. She is respected leader of our party," said Congress Member of Parliament Bordoloi.
As India-China continues to lock horns in months-long bitter border standoff, the latter is undertaking construction on the borders with Arunachal Pradesh. BJP MP from Arunachal Pradesh, Tapir Gao said that since the 80s till today, they are occupying this area and construction of villages is not a new thing. He further said that they have already constructed military base between Bisa and Maza which is inside McMahon Line, under Indian Territory. "Since the 80s till today, they (China) are occupying this area and construction of villages is not a new thing. They have already constructed military base between Bisa and Maza which is inside McMahon Line, under Indian Territory. Since 80s China is constructing road. They've built Longju to Maza road. During Rajiv Gandhi's regime, China occupied Sumdorong Chu Valley in Tawang. The then Army Chief planned an op but Rajiv Gandhi denied him permission to push back PLA."
Arunachal Pradesh became a coronavirus-free state on Sunday with the three active cases recovering from the disease. The total caseload in the northeastern state remained at 16,836, while the number of recoveries stood at 16,780. No fresh COVID-19 case was reported in the past 24 hours. A total of 56 people have so far died due to the contagion in the state.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the 74th edition of his monthly radio address, Mann Ki Baat and spoke about various issues concerning the nation, including water conservation and coronavirus. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday launched Brazil's Amazonia-1 satellite onboard its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C51. Jaish-ul-Hind, an unknown and unheard organisation, has taken responsibility for placing the explosives-laden vehicle outside Mukesh Ambani's house 'Antilia' in Mumbai. While the country is still battling the Coronavirus Pandemic, Arunachal Pradesh became a coronavirus-free state on Sunday with the three active cases recovering from the disease.
Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh has warned of China’s policies in Arunchal Pradesh. ‘In 1959, when Dalai Lama came to Tawang, PLA made deep incursion into India but had to move back due to inhospitable conditions. They're still holding the place they moved back to and have built huts from Tawang till Anjaw,’ Ninong Ering said. He further criticised the Modi government’s North East policy and said that there more representatives from the Noerth East should be a part of the government. ‘Rameshwar Teli is just making some food parks, Kiren Rijiju is playing football and looking after AYUSH. I want to ask PM to give our people important portfolios,’ Ering said. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Arunachal Pradesh Congress MLA Ninong Ering said that People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China is still living in huts it built from Tawang till Anjaw after they moved back in 1959, when Dalai Lama came to Tawang. "In 1959, when Dalai Lama came to Tawang, PLA made deep incursion into India but had to move back due to inhospitable conditions. They're still holding the place they moved back to and have built huts from Tawang till Anjaw," said Ninong Ering. Criticising the central government over its North east policy, Ering said, "Centre doesn't give much importance to North-East. We don't have much representation in govt. Rameshwar Teli is just making some food parks, Kiren Rijiju looking after AYUSH. Want to tell PM that give our people important portfolios."
Amid the nine-month of border stand-off at LAC, the Indian Army on February 11 released a video of disengagement process of both Indian and Chinese side. The video starts with Indian and Chinese commanders shaking hands and saluting each others. It then follows with the first PLA (People's Liberation Army) tank withdrawing from the frontline. The video progresses with another Chinese tank going back. The official footage also shows an Indian tank retreating from the forward position. Finally the video ends with the withdrawal of a third PLA tank. China's Defence Ministry on February 10 said both the sides have agreed to a "synchronised and organised disengagement" after the nine rounds of talks between the Indian and Chinese military commanders, with the last meeting being held on January 24.
The names of soldiers who lost their lives in the Galwan Valley fighting People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops on June 15 last year have been recently engraved on the National War Memorial in New Delhi. 20 soldiers including Colonel Santosh Babu had lost their lives in clash with Chinese troops in the Eastern Ladakh sector. Army officials paid tribute to the valour of bravehearts at Amar Jawan Jyoti. China has not disclosed the number of casualties suffered on their side. The tension escalated along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh and resulted in large deployment of troops.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a jibe at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's e-scooty rally and quipped why her scooty took a turn towards Nandigram instead of going to Bhawanipore? "Some days back, when you (Mamata Banerjee) rode a scooty, everyone was praying that you are not hurt. It is good that you didn't fall, otherwise, you would have made enemy the state where the scooty was manufactured. Your (Mamata Banerjee's) scooty took a turn towards Nandigram instead of going to Bhawanipore. Didi, I wish everyone well and don't want anyone hurt. But what can I do if the scooty is destined to fall in Nandigram?," said PM Modi during his address at a public rally at Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground on March 07.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly condemned the attack on local party worker's 80-year-old mother and trains gun on Mamata Banerjee led TMC government over the law and order situation and said that the barbarism on an 80-year-old mother has shown TMC's cruel face to entire country. "You are well aware of the condition of 'Maa, Manush, Maati'. Mothers are being attacked on streets and in their houses. Recently, the cruelty unleashed on an 80-year-old mother has shown their cruel face to the entire country," said PM Modi during his address at a public rally at Kolkata's Brigade Parade Ground on March 07.