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Here are the highlights for Day 46 of Modi government

  • The popularity of our Prime Minister seems to be growing day-by-day. He has now become the most followed Asian leader on Twitter.
  • US deputy secretary of state William Burns today met Modi and gave him the formal invitation letter by US President Barack Obama to visit Washington. Modi accepted the invitation and said that he "looks forward to a result-oriented visit to the US with a concrete outcome that imparts new momentum to strategic partnership".
  • The corporate sector of America has given a thumbs-up to the Budget 2014. According to them, this Budget will not only create job opportunities but also lead India to the path of development and economic growth.
  • The weaver community of Varanasi seems to be very happy with the Modi government's Budget 2014. The Finance Minister announced various schemes to promote the handloom products made by the people of the town. As proposed, the craft museum and a facilitation centre will also be set up.
  • The new government's Budget is likely to have a strong effect on the Sensex. As per the statement issued by BlackRock Inc, the Sensex will double in the three years.
  • 'Sanjeevani' – this is how Modi has described the Budget. It will give a new life to the fading economy. It is one of the efforts made by the government to bring the country out of the state of crisis.
  • Planning Minister Rao Inderjit Singh today cleared the confusion related to the Aadhar project. Singh said that the government will continue with the project wherein Aadhar cards will be provided to all the citizens. In fact in the Budget 2014 presented yesterday, the government has allotted a sum of Rs 2,039 crore for the project.
  • The row over Nripendra Mishra's appointment as Modi's principal secretary has again come up. Mishra was the Chairman of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and thus not allowed to take up any position in the government. So, the government today proposed the Telecom Regulatory Authority Amendment Bill which will make Mishra's appointment easier. Both the Congress and the Trinamool Congress are against the bill.
  • Here comes another resignation. It seems that the exit door for UPA appointed governors will not close. Mizoram governor Vakkom B Purushothaman who was not happy with his transfer to Nagaland, today resigned. 
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Last Updated on July 11, 2014, 5:17 pm