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Here are the highlights for Day 30 of Modi government

  • Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that it is too early to blame Maoists for the derailment of the Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express in Bihar today.
  • Protests started in West Bengal as the increased passenger fares and freight charges of the Indian Railways imposed by the Modi government came into effect today.
  • Noted expatriate Indians congratulated PM Narendra Modi on completing his first month in office.
  • Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda refused to comment on the reason of the Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express derailment in Bihar.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the loss of lives in the derailment in Bihar.
  • PMO tells bureaucrats to interact directly with the PM on website and give suggestions for the changes in governance and reforms.
  • According to the sources, retired government officials may be tapped by the Modi government for assessment of development schemes to be implemented across the country.
  • American brokerage Morgan Stanley has said that the first budget of the Modi government which is slated for July 10, is expected to be the beginning of the government's reform agenda.
  • The Modi government has cleared a five-year-old plan, NETAP, which was initiated during his days as Gujarat CM. The plan tries to push on-the-job training and assist job creation by orienting skills of the workforce to the needs of the industry.
  • The BJP-led union government completes a month in office today. Senior cabinet minister Kalraj Mishra said that Narendra Modi has released a new culture in governance and the aim of his ministry is to give "unemployed youth get skill development".
  • The government deferred a decision on raising the price of locally produced gas by three months.
  • Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh reviewed the working of the police division and expressed concern over the vacancies.
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Last Updated on June 25, 2014, 4:49 pm