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Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP), Member of Parliament (MP) from Arrah, RK Singh said that BJP can form government on its own in the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections, but will continue to be with old ally JD(U). While talking about distribution of seats, RK Singh said that the seat division should be based on the performance of BJP in the last year’s Lok Sabha elections. “We can form a government on our own, in Bihar, there’s no doubt in it. But, we’ve been in partnership with the Janata Dal (United) since 1996, and we do not want to break it, neither do they. We don’t leave our friends,” said RK Singh. RK Singh, the Minister of State (MoS) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship said, “Our seat share will be decided soon. The process will be finished smoothly as there are no differences among us… Lok Sabha Poll results have clearly displayed the vote base of BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Hence, the seat division should be based on that only.”
Credit: ANI Duration: 02:31Publishedon January 1, 1970
‘Humane’ side of police during Covid-19 created lasting impression on people, says PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the public outreach by the police forces during Covid-19 pandemic has made a collective and lasting impact in the..
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Respect uniform, practice Yoga and ‘Pranayam’ to beat stress: PM Modi’s advice to IPS probationers
“Never lose respect for your Khaki uniform. The human face of Khaki uniform has been engraved in the public memory due to the good work done by police especially..
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PM Modi interacted with young IPS officers via video conference during the ‘Dikshant Parade’ of IPS probationers at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad. PM Modi gave them advice on how to win the trust of the people and said that young officers need to ensure that the image of policemen in the eyes of the common man changes. PM Modi said that those who learn by watching films like ‘Singham’ think that they will instill fear in the minds of the people and hence become arrogant. PM Modi said that such actions leads to people ignoring their good work and creates a negative image of the police force. PM Modi added that people need to see and understand the human face of the police department and said it is up to the officers to change that image, connect with the common man and build a relationship based on respect while performing their duties. Watch the full video for all the details.Connect with Hindustan Times Click on the bell icon to subscribe to Hindustan Times on YouTube Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/hindustantimesTweet us on Twitter: twitter.com/httweetsFollow us on Instagram: instagram.com/hindustantimes Find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hindustantimes/Subscribe to Hindustan Times on Telegram: t.me/hindustantimes
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 03:46Publishedon January 1, 1970
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid emphasis on the rapid development in the country while addressing from the rampant of iconic Red Fort on the occasion of 74th Independence Day. He said that rail and road connectivity in the country will help in the overall development in which Dedicated Freight Corridor Project will play a very significant role. Work on Dedicated Freight Corridor Project is underway at rapid pace which will help in fast and easy supply of essential goods.
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:38Publishedon January 1, 1970
High Commissioner of Bangladesh to India, Mohammad Imran, on August 15 stated that his country wished to part of India’s Atmanirbhar Abhiyan. “I attended Independence Day celebrations at Red Fort, today morning. It was very encouraging listening to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We look forward to strengthening our ties. As India will be ‘Atmanirbhar’, we also want to be a part of it,” Mohammad Imran said.
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:23Publishedon January 1, 1970
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the tricolour. He will shortly address the nation at Red Fort. India is celebrating its 74th Independence Day. The PM is being assisted by Major Shweta Pandey in unfurling the National Flag. This year, the celebrations have been muted in view of coronavirus spread.
Credit: ANI Duration: 01:57Publishedon January 1, 1970