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Indonesia G20 Summit: PM Modi among Indians in Bali, says our relationship with Indonesia is thousands of years old

The age-old relationship will chart new achievements in the future, he said.



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The G20 summit has started in Bali, Indonesia from today. In the first session of the summit on Food and Energy Security, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that the relationship of India with Indonesia is thousands of years old.

PM Modi said that after coming to Indonesia and Bali, every Indian gets a different feeling. I am also feeling the same vibrations. We have had a relationship from here for thousands of years. We have been following this tradition for thousands of years.

Modi said, we are in Bali and a Bali Jatra (yatra) going on in Cuttack, 1,500 kilometres from here. He said that the biggest feature of India is Atithi Devo Bhava and the affinity of the people of Indonesia is also no less.

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Modi added that the last time he was here, he flew kites with President Joko Widodo. I have a lot of experience in flying kites on Makar Sankranti in Gujarat. We are companions of happiness and of sorrow. When the earthquake struck here in 2018, we had launched Operation Samudra Maitriyi, the Indian PM was heard saying.

We are 99 nautical miles closer and not 99 nautical miles away. If there is Himalaya in India then there is Agung here. If there is Ganga in India, then there is Ganga in Bali too. Here too, idols of Shri Ganesh is found installed in every other house. Countless things keep us connected.

When the foundation of the grand Ram temple was laid in India, the Ramayana of Indonesia is remembered. There will hardly be any person here who does not want to visit Ayodhya once in his life. 5 lakh Indians came here in a year. When heritage is shared, avenues for development are also created.

PM Modi meets British PM Rishi Sunak

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Bali, Indonesia to participate in the G-20 Summit. Here he met British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. This is Prime Minister Modi’s first meeting with Rishi Sunak after he became the Prime Minister of Britiain. Rishi Sunak of Indian origin became the head of the Conservative Party and the Prime Minister of the UK in October after the political instability in Britain and the resignation of Liz Truss.

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Form JPC to probe Adani case, investigation should be conducted under Supreme Court supervision, says Opposition

Adani Enterprises on Wednesday announced the withdrawal of its Rs 20,000 crore follow-up public offering (FPO) and return of investors’ money



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The Congress and several other opposition parties on Thursday demanded a discussion on the Adani Enterprises case in both the Houses of Parliament and also urged that a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) be set up to investigate the matter or under the supervision of the Supreme Court.

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge told reporters after Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha meetings were adjourned till 2 pm due to ruckus on various issues, including Adani and said that they want to ask why the government should give pressure to such companies in getting loan?

He further said that keeping in view the interests of the people and the investment of LIC, SBI, they are demanding a discussion. “Our demand is that it should be investigated by constituting a JPC or it should be investigated under the leadership of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. And people should be sure that their money is saved.” Earlier, the proceedings of both the Parliament were disrupted due to the uproar by the opposition parties on this subject.

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh tweeted, “Both Houses of Parliament adjourned till 2 pm today as the government responds to the joint opposition’s demand to probe investments made under duress by LIC, SBI and other public institutions.” He claimed that the savings of crores of Indians are at risk today due to the fall in the value of such investments.

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Earlier, senior Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, Trinamool Congress’ Sudip Bandopadhyay and Derek O’Brien, Aam Aadmi Party’s Sanjay Singh, DMK’s Kanimozhi, Samajwadi Party’s Ram Gopal Yadav, Shiv Sena ( Sanjay Raut of Uddhav Thackeray) and leaders of some other parties were present.

Opposition parties have raised the issue related to Adani Enterprises in both the Houses and demand a discussion on it. Kharge had given an adjournment notice under Rule 267 in the Rajya Sabha without directly mentioning Adani Enterprises. In the notice, it was demanded that the issue of investment of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), public sector banks and financial institutions in companies that have lost capital in the market should be discussed. In the Lok Sabha, Congress MP Manickam Tagore also gave an adjournment notice and demanded a discussion on the issue of Adani Enterprises.

Congress MP Manish Tiwari tweeted that a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) should be constituted on the Adani episode. Significantly, Adani Enterprises on Wednesday announced the withdrawal of its Rs 20,000 crore follow-up public offering (FPO) and return of investors’ money. However, the FPO of the company was fully subscribed on Tuesday. It is understood that Adani Enterprises has taken this step after the report of America’s short selling company Hindenburg. This business group had termed the report as baseless.

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Meghalaya Assembly Election 2023: BJP announces list of 60 candidates, check the full list here

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Meghalaya Assembly Election 2023: BJP announces list of 60 candidates, check the full list here

Nagaland and Meghalaya will turn to polls on Feb 27 and results will be announced on March 2



Meghalaya Assembly Election 2023

The Bharatiya Janata Party has announced a list of 60 candidates for the ensuing Meghalaya Assembly Elections on Thursday.

Prior to announcing the list, the party’s election committee held a meeting at party’s national headquarters in New Delhi on Wednesday to finalise the same. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP National President JP Nadda and state BJP leaders AL Hek and Ernest Mawrie were among other party top guns who attended the meeting.

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Former Cabinet Minister and NPP leader Martin M Danggi was given the seat from Ranikor.

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It is worth mentioning that earlier in the day, Danggo had officially joined the BJP in the Meghalaya’s state capital

The former Speaker claimed that he joined the BJP on the advice of his leaders and followers.

Danggo said that he didn’t make the choice but all of his leaders gathered and resolved that he should resign from the NPP and join the BJP. In his address to the party workers, he asked them to help in comprehending the BJP’s manifesto and constitution.

Notably, in Meghalaya, the BJP is fighting all seats along and in Nagaland it will fight the elections with cooperation of alliance party National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), where it will contest on 20 seats out of 60 seats.

On February 27, the voting for Assembly elections in Nagaland and Meghalaya will be held in a single phase manner. The results of the same will be announced on March 2.

The Election Commission of India said that the terms of Nagaland and Meghalaya were coming to an end on March 12 and 15 respectively.

The BJP held a CEC meeting in the national capital to decide the names of the candidates for the ensuing Tripura Assembly elections, earlier on January 27.

Following the meeting, the BJP announced its first list of 48 candidates for the Tripura Assembly elections, while it fielded Union Minister Pratima Bhoumik from Dhanpur.

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JD(U) leader Upendra Kushwaha lashes out at Nitish Kumar, says CM unable to exercise his own volition

On Monday, Kushwaha alleged that his convoy was attacked at Jagdishpur in the Bhojpur district of Bihar.



Upendra Kushwaha

Janata Dal (United) parliamentary board chairman Upendra Kushwaha on Tuesday lashed out at Bihar’s chief minister Nitish Kumar and said the CM is unable to exercise his own volition.

Speaking at a press conference, he also cited it to be the reason for JD(U)’s vulnerability.

Kushwaha further said he has been asked to clarify what he meant by claiming his own share in the party that Nitish Kumar demanded at the unforgettable rally of 1994 when Lalu Prasad Yadav didn’t want to give their leaders due.

He further dismissed Nitish Kumar’s claims that he was appointed as the Chairman of the JDU Parliamentary Board out of respect. Even after being the Chairman of the Parliamentary Board, he cannot nominate a member and no attention was paid to his suggestions, claimed Kushwaha.

On Monday, Kushwaha alleged that his convoy was attacked at Jagdishpur in the Bhojpur district of Bihar. Reports said the JD(U) leader was travelling to Buxar from Bhojpur to attend a private event.

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In a tweet, Kushawa alleged that a few people started pelting stones at his convoy while it was passing Nayka Tola crossing and he managed to escape. He also informed that the people who attacked his convoy covered their faces.

However, Bhojpur superintendent of police Pramod Kumar dismissed the claim and said there was a fight between supporters of Kushwaha and his opposition.

In 2017, Upendra Kushwaha merged his Rashtriya Lok Samata and returned to the JD(U). He alleged that parliamentary board chiefs are unable to exercise their powers. He split with Nitish Kumar’s party twice. After the split in 2013, his party went down and suffered defeats in multiple elections including the Lok Sabha elections of 2019 and the assembly elections of 2020.

Kushwaha started his political career in 1985 and served as National General-Secretary, of Yuva Janata Dal, from 1988–93.

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