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HindustanTimes Thu,28 Aug 2014

100 days of Modi Sarkar

BJP manifesto and govt's announcements: what's been done and what's still on paper

From setting up a special investigation team in the black money case to getting Parliament's nod to replace the collegium system with a National Judicial Commission, both promised in the BJP's manifesto, the PM has some reasons to cheer about.

#Modi100: Rate PM Narendra Modi and his team's performance

Is the Modi government on the right track or is the Modi wave losing its momentum? As a citizen are you satisfied with the government's performance so far? This is the chance to make your voice heard.

Modi reaches out ahead of Tokyo visit, tweets in Japanese

The Prime Minister recalled the warm reception he got when he visited Japan as the chief minister of Gujarat, adding that he admired the people of that country for their 'innovation and level of precision.'

Modi's fine words must be followed by firm action

Politics too, is experiencing a similar compression in time. So, Narendra Modi’s first 100 days are already being seen as a verdict on his government. A 100 days is just over 14 weeks, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.

Quiet Kyoto meet for Japan's Abe and PM Modi?

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may travel to meet PM Narendra Modi in Kyoto on Saturday, the first day of his Japan visit, instead of waiting to see him in Tokyo on September 1.

PMO, Shah's defence of Rajnath cements his position

The back to back statements from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah on Wednesday giving a 'clean chit' to home minister Rajnath Singh comes as a big relief for the senior Uttar Pradesh politician.

'Modi effect' gets Delhi working, but reforms prove elusive

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shaken up India's ruling elite in his first 100 days since taking power, but has so far struggled to deliver the bold reforms needed to kick-start the economy.

Bullet train boost ahead of PM’s Japan trip

With days to go for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Japan, the tracks are being swiftly cleared for India’s bullet train project.

Modi forms panel to scrap obsolete law, rules

Two months after telling all secretaries to identify and scrap obsolete rules and regulations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday set up an expert panel to identify obsolete laws.

PM's special class: Modi to chat with children, teachers on September 5

The PM would like to bond with children and teachers from across the nation, engaging in a free-wheeling chat, possibly via a nationwide live video-conference, a source said.

Kashmir: Time for Modi to play the statesman

Narendra Modi should decide if he wants to be an ideological figure who backs the Hindutva agenda in Kashmir or be a statesman who transforms South Asia by building ties of interdependence. He cannot be both, writes Sushil Aaron.

Modi’s set the bar for talks with Pakistan far too high

The Pakistan envoy's meetings with Hurriyat flow directly from his government’s commitment to the Kashmiri cause. Changing that can only be the outcome of talks, not a precondition, writes Karan Thapar.

Some UPA-era appointments ‘shocking’, to be reviewed soon

Human resource development minister Smriti Irani termed some of the appointment by the UPA government 'shocking' as they were done overruling recommendations of the search committees.

Modi presents Jharkhand with promises, projects

Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared somewhat of a wish-granting tree on Thursday, promising Jharkhand a bouquet of industrial and educational projects, including a branch of a premier IT institution and 'many' engineering colleges.

Ministries to give ideas on alternative plan panel

A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw open a public debate to suggest the alternative shape of the Plan Panel, a missive from the PMO has been sent to different ministries asking for their suggestions on the same.
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