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The Prime Minister expressed his strong commitment to achieve the full potential of bilateral relations in trade and economy, energy, defence, counter-terrorism and people-to-people contacts.
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PMO India 4h
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Secretary Pompeo expressed the U.S. Government’s continued interest in building stronger relations with India and working together to realize the shared vision and goals.
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The Prime Minister reiterated the priority that he attaches to relations with the U.S. and outlined his vision for the Strategic Partnership in the new tenure of the Government and beyond, building on strong foundation of trust and shared interest.
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The Prime Minister thanked Secretary Pompeo for his warm greetings and requested him to convey his thanks also to President Trump for his good wishes.
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U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo called on Prime Minister this morning. Secretary Pompeo conveyed greetings of to the Prime Minister and congratulated the Prime Minister on his electoral victory.
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PMO India 5h
The need of the hour is to strengthen Ayushman Bharat. We want our poor to get top quality and affordable treatment: PM
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PMO India 5h
The lynching in Jharkhand has pained me. It has saddened others too. But, some people in the Rajya Sabha are calling Jharkhand a hub of lynching. Is this fair? Why are they insulting a state. None of us have the right to insult the state of Jharkhand: PM
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We worked towards simplifying processes, which can benefit the people of India: PM
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Those opposing EVMs are not only opposed to EVMs. They have problems with technology, digital transactions, Aadhaar, GST, Bhim App. Why such negativity? This negativity was one of the chief reasons why some parties have not been able to win people's trust: PM
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We are seeing this same attitude when it comes to discussing 'One Nation, One Election.' Yes, people may not like the idea or have inputs on this. But, it is important to present these ideas and have discussions on the subject: PM
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The Election Commission invited parties on the issue of EVMs and only two parties went- CPI and NCP. I appreciate them for going to the EC to learn more about the issue. But, why did the rest of the parties questioning the EVMs not even go, they should answer: PM
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There have been so many polls with EVMs and parties that are represented in the Rajya Sabha have got opportunities to govern in some state or the other after elections conducted through EVMs. Then, why question EVMs today: PM
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Let us appreciate how our electoral processes have improved. In the 1950s the polling process took so much time. Violence and booth capturing were common in some places. Now, the news is about rising turnout. This is a healthy sign: PM
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Some people kept talking about the EVM issue in this House. I want to tell them- there was a time when we were 2 MPs in the Parliament. People mocked us. But, we worked harder and won the trust of people. We did not make excuses and blame the polling booth: PM
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PMO India 6h
The world must know more about our electoral processes. The scale is immense: PM
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Do our friends in the Congress Party feel if they do not win, India does not win? Are India and the Congress Party the same thing? No, they are not. Important to respect our electoral process and democracy: PM
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I was saddened when some leaders said- the BJP and allies won the elections but the nation lost, democracy lost. I want to clearly say that such statements are unfortunate. Why question the wisdom of voters: PM
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It is after a long time that a Government with a full majority was elected once again with a full majority. In this mandate we see the desire of the people for stability. Infact, this trend of stable governments is being seen in various states too: PM
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PMO India 6h
PM begins his speech in the Rajya Sabha by paying tributes to Late Shri Madanlal Saini Ji. The Prime Minister also prays for the good health and quick recovery of Shri Ji.
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Narendra Modi 6h
Speaking in the Rajya Sabha
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