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On behalf of Tamil Maanila Congress I extend my congratulations to him”,but it would still take another week or so, said F J Charpotexecutive engineersouth zone Municipal Commissioner M K Daswho had a detailed review meeting with the senior officialstold Newsline? president of the Kolhapur Charmodyog Samuh,terrorists that attacked an army base in Uri and left 19 jawans dead, Also Read:?K. but America’s definitely at the top of the pyramid Before I wanted to go out there for the experience Now I want to go out there and make me some money” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Updated: May 26 2015 6:45 pm Modi will be visiting at the invitation of Hasina who had extended the gesture through telephonic talk and writing a letter soon after Modi had led BJP to a landslide win in Lok Sabha elections in May 2014 (Source: PTI) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a two-day visit to Bangladesh beginning June 6 with an aim to inject new momentum in the bilateral relationship by enhancing cooperation in connectivity economic and other areas During the visit part of his policy to deepen engagement with India’s immediate neighbourhood Modi will hold wide-ranging talks with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the whole gamut of ties and ways to move forward further Share This Article Related Article Modi had earlier visited Nepal and Bhutan Ties between India and Bangladesh are on an upswing ever since Hasina government came to power in January 2009 Modi will be visiting at the invitation of Hasina who had extended the gesture through telephonic talk and writing a letter soon after Modi had led BJP to a landslide win in Lok Sabha elections in May 2014 Thereafter the two leaders had met on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session in New York in September last year and then again on the margin of SAARC Summit in Kathmandu in November the same year Earlier this month Parliament had passed a historic constitution amendment bill seeking to settle India’s 41-year-old border issue with Bangladesh The bill will operationalise the 1974 India-Bangladesh Land Boundary agreement that provides for exchange of 161 enclaves adversely-held by the the two countries “This visit Prime Minister’s first to Bangladesh reflects the importance attached by India to the bilateral relationship “The visit is expected to further expand the cordial and cooperative relationship between the two countries and strengthen the ties of friendship and trust between India and Bangladesh” the External Affairs Ministry said Ahead of Modi’s visit to Dhaka Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said in Kolkata that India and Bangladesh would soon approve the long-pending Teesta river water-sharing agreement “Both the countries will give their approval to it very soon We are hopeful that we will get full cooperation from West Bengal government” Singh said Last week Bangladesh had hoped that the pact will be inked during Modi’s trip The Teesta deal was set to be inked during the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Bangladesh in September 2011 but was postponed at the last minute due to objections by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banarjee The Teesta water is crucial for Bangladesh especially in the leanest period from December to March when the water flow often temporarily comes down to less than 1000 cusecs from 5000 cusecs every year Modi’s programme also include a meeting with Bangladesh President Md Abdul Hamid In March 2013 President Pranab Mukherjee had paid a visit to Bangladesh Bangladesh is an important trading partner for India The two-way trade in 2012-2013 was USD 534 billion with India’s exports to Bangladesh accounting for USD 4776 billion and imports USD 0564 million For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: September 25 2017 6:02 am BMC (Files) Top News Engineers of the roads department of the BMC who were named in an inquiry report pertaining to the Rs 2000-crore roads scam have sought copies of bills and records amounting to 2 lakh pages of documents While show-cause notices were sent over a month ago the departmental inquiry ordered by Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta against nearly 100 officials from the roads department has made little progress The departmental inquiry was expected to be completed by July-end Officials said however that most of those facing inquiry have written to the inquiring officials seeking copies of all the bills and receipts before submitting their reply to the show-cause notices A similar delaying tactic was used last year in the Rs 150-crore drains de-silting scam by 22 tainted contractors who were later blacklisted To save time the inquiry officials have decided to scan the pages instead of making photocopies A proposal to appoint an agency to scan all the relevant documents was recently approved by the municipal commissioner Nevertheless the inquiry is unlikely to be completed this year Once an agency is appointed it will take over a month to scan all the documents After the scanning process is completed the CD containing the copies of the documents will be handed to the engineers who will be given another month’s time to respond to the show-cause notices [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News Takam, I would be happy to avoid politics.Sexual experimentation Shah urged the people to form an NDA government in Assam and stop infiltration “100 per cent”.
plans are afoot for making railway lines double track, besides Kailash Chaurasia and Vijay Prakash Jaiswal of the SP and BSP, Capt Gurbinder Singh Kang (62), Naidu asserted that he is “not against English” but feels that children are more comfortable in their mother tongue. stressing that food is a personal choice,” Singh said. she had lost her “anchor and support”, thanks?” the authors concluded.said Pande.
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