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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi urges people to work towards advancement of country

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing 2018’s last edition of Mann Ki Baat on Sunday urged the countrymen to work towards the development of India and take the society forward. “The year 2018 is going to finish and we are about to enter 2019. Naturally, the years of the past have been discussed, as well as the resolution of the coming year. We should make efforts to change our own lives and simultaneously contribute towards the advancement of the country and society”, he said. HT

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Karnataka govt wants development-free corruption: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday criticised the Congress-JD(S) alliance in Karnataka, saying that while people want "corruption-free government", the state government was interested in "development-free corruption". He said this while interacting with Karnataka BJP booth workers. PM Modi further said that people of the country will teach them a lesson for their "misgovernance" Source: HT

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People trying to dilute nationalism active in colleges: Shah

BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday said that people trying to dilute the "spirit of nationalism" are "still active" in college and hostel campuses. Addressing current and former members of BJP's student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Shah said that the workers should work towards spreading BJP's ideology. Shah further lauded ABVP for its contribution in "protecting democracy". Source: The New Indian Express

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Nehruvian blunder responsible for J&K crisis: Union Minister

Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday blamed former PM Jawaharlal Nehru for the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, saying that the crisis in the state began with "Nehruvian blunder". "If Nehru had not intervened in the functioning of (Sardar) Patel, the situation...would have been different," he added. Singh further attacked Congress by calling it “rasoighar ki party (party of kitchen)”. Source: Times Now

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