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Punjab e-governance project a key step forward for Modi's Digital India: Karan Aggarwal, BLS International 16.9.2016 ET: Opinion
"PM Modi seeks to provide rapid service to all our citizens. So this e-governance project is going to be a very big leap forward for the Digital India programme."
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PM eyes April, 2017 for GST rollout, Infosys' Sikka says 'hell of a challenge' 15.9.2016 Top Stories
The prime minister held a meeting to review the preparedness for roll out of GST on Wednesday
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India offers additional USD one billion as developmental assistance to Afghanistan 15.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
India offers additional USD one billion as developmental assistance to Afghanistan
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India to ink extradition pact with Afghanistan 12.9.2016 deccanherald.com
India and Afghanistan will finally sign an extradition treaty this week, almost 16 months after they had agreed to ink the pact. The treaty is likely to be inked during Afghan President M Ashraf Ghani's two-day visit to India, commencing on Wednesday. A Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday approved the signing and ratification of the treaty, according to a press release issued by the government. "The treaty would provide a legal framework for seeking extradition of terrorists, economic offenders and other criminals to and from Afghanistan," it said. It was during Ghani's visit to New Delhi on April 28, 2015, that he and Modi had agreed to ink the extradition treaty and five other pacts - Agreement on Transfer of Sentenced Persons Between India and Afghanistan, two Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties in Criminal, Civil and Commercial Matters, a Motor Vehicles Agreement for Regulation of Passenger, Personal and Cargo Vehicular Traffic and the MoU on Visa Free Entry for Holders of ...
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India to sign agreement with Switzerland on return of irregular migrants 12.9.2016 New Kerala: Business India
India to sign agreement with Switzerland on return of irregular migrants
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Cabinet approves Bilateral Technical Arrangement between India and Switzerland on the identification and return of Swiss and Indian Nationals 12.9.2016 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of the Technical Arrangement between India and Switzerland on the identification and return of Swiss and Indian Nationals and its implementation.
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India to sign agreement with Switzerland on return of irregular migrants 12.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Union Cabinet on Monday gave its approval for signing the technical arrangement between India and Switzerland to formalise the procedure for cooperation on the return of irregular migrants between the two countries.
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Zakir Naik row: Colleagues back suspended MHA officer 7.9.2016 Rediff: News
5 joint secretaries serving in the ministry of home affairs on Tuesday met Home Minister Rajnath Singh and urged him to reconsider the decision to suspend senior IAS officer G K Dwivedi for renewal of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act licence of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's NGO.
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Karachi Chamber of Commerce snubs Indian envoy; cancels event 6.9.2016 News
Organisers did not give a reason immediately for the cancellation
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No decision taken on PM Modi's Pakistan trip: Govt 6.9.2016 Latest News
Decisions and announcements of such nature are not made so far in advance, says Vikas Swarup
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Pakistan should focus on resolving its own problems: Bambawale 6.9.2016 deccanherald.com
People living in glass houses should not be throwing stones at others, the Indian envoy in Pakistan has said as he described Kashmir as an internal matter of India. Answering questions on the Kashmir issue and the recent statement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Balochistan, Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Gautam Bambawale said there are problems in both India and Pakistan. He said people living in glass houses should not be throwing stones at others. Calling Kashmir an internal matter of India, he said, "There are problems in both India and Pakistan and you [Pakistan] should focus on resolving your problems before looking into the problems of other countries." About the statement made by Modi, the envoy said, "The Prime Minister, in his August 15 independence day speech, only referred to the letters he had received." Bambawale was speaking at an interactive session organised by the Karachi Council on Foreign Relations yesterday. He said the Indian government had been saying: "Lets work together ...
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People living in glass houses shouldn`t throw stones at others: Indian envoy in Pakistan 6.9.2016 Zee News : India National
 People living in glass houses should not be throwing stones at others, the Indian envoy in Pakistan has said as he described Kashmir as an internal matter of India.
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PM Modi raises Scorpene data leak with Francois ​Hollande, tells Theresa May `UK visa policy could have negative impact on Indians` 6.9.2016 Zee News : India National
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday raised with French President Francois Hollande the leak of confidential data on the Indian Scorpene Class submarines being built in Mumbai in collaboration with French defence company DCNS on the sidelines of the G20 Summit here.
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Home Ministry begins inquiry into renewal of FCRA licence of Zakir Naik’s NGO 5.9.2016 FirstPost: India

A departmental inquiry has been instituted by the Home Ministry into the issue of renewal of the FCRA licence of Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's NGO which led to suspension of four officials.

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Inquiry instituted into renewal of FCRA licence of Naik's NGO 5.9.2016 deccanherald.com
A departmental inquiry has been instituted by the Home Ministry into the issue of renewal of the FCRA licence of Islamic preacher Zakir Naiks NGO which led to suspension of four officials. Secretary (Border Management) Susheel Kumar is conducting the probe to find out the details about how the FCRA licence of Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) was renewed despite several ongoing probes, including one by the Home Ministry, official sources said. Four officials, including Joint Secretary (Foreigners Division) G K Dwivedi, were suspended for alleged dereliction of duties. Sources said if the inquiry of Kumar comes in favour of Dwivedi, the government may take a lenient view to revoke the suspension but such a decision will come only after the completion of the inquiry. Upset over suspension of the IAS officer, four Joint Secretaries of the Home Ministry have conveyed to Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi that action against Dwivedi for the alleged lapses by his juniors in FCRA licence renewal of Naiks NGO ...
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PM Modi to Theresa May: UK's visa policy may negatively impact Indians 5.9.2016 TOI: India
Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier.
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PM Modi expreses concerns over UK's visa policy to Theresa May 5.9.2016 DNA: Popular News
Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier. Meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, the two Prime Ministers also discussed further enhancement of bilateral defence partnership, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. "Prime Minister also touched on UK's visa policy. In particular, he said that the new UK regulations could have negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit UK for short term business visits," Swarup said. The Prime Minister invited British firms to 'Make in India' as both leaders also looked forward to an early visit by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to the UK, he said. During the meeting, Modi also spoke about challenges of terrorism, which he said is the "biggest threat to the world and knows no boundaries". He alluded to May's ...
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UK's visa policy may negatively impact Indians: PM to May 5.9.2016 deccanherald.com
Britains new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier. Meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, the two Prime Ministers also discussed further enhancement of bilateral defence partnership, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. "Prime Minister also touched on UKs visa policy. In particular, he said that the new UK regulations could have negative impact on Indian working professionals wishing to visit UK for short term business visits," Swarup said. The Prime Minister invited British firms to Make in India as both leaders also looked forward to an early visit by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to the UK, he said. During the meeting, Modi also spoke about challenges of terrorism, which he said is the "biggest threat to the world and knows no boundaries". He alluded to Mays previous ...
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UK’s visa policy may negatively impact Indians: Narendra Modi to Theresa May 5.9.2016 FirstPost: World

Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier.

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UK's visa policy may negatively impact Indians: PM Modi to Theresa May 5.9.2016 Latest News
During the meeting, Modi also spoke about challenges of terrorism, which he said is the biggest threat to the world
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