Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives his ministerial colleagues all the freedom and encourages them to take decisions, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Wednesday while remarking that "policy paralysis" had come to an end under the new regime.
A day after announcing that Union Heavy Industries Minister Anant Geete would resign from the Modi government, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said on Tuesday that, as of now, there is no proposal to pull out of the NDA government.
Several civil society groups and minority organisations on Saturday called upon the government to take action against "motivated hate and violence campaigns" targeting religious minorities while pitching for "zero tolerance" instead of a "moratorium" to end communal violence.
Campaigning for Maharashtra Assembly polls, NCP chief Sharad Pawar today slammed the NDA government at the Centre, saying no 'acche din' (good days) are in the sight as promised by the party during the Lok Sabha polls campaigning.
The Congress party's rally against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on Thursday turned violent when the members of its youth wing, trying to break barricades, clashed with the police, which had to resort to mild lathi charge to disperse them.
Congress Tuesday accused the NDA government at Centre of disappointing people by not fulfilling the promises the party made during elections and claimed that it was just following the programmes of former UPA government.
After being rapped by the Supreme Court for its approach to clean Ganga, the Narendra Modi government has placed before it a blueprint of short, medium and long term measures that spread over 18 years and thousands of crore of investment to restore the glory of the holy river.
Observing that Bihar has missed yet another opportunity to fast track development due to the state government's confrontationist attitude towards the Centre, former deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Sunday squarely blamed his erstwhile boss Nitish Kumar for breaking alliance with the NDA.
Congress on Monday slammed the Narendra Modi government for what it termed was its "non- serious" attitude towards the issue of corruption as it took up the matter of its U-turn on the appointment of a UPA- nominated candidate to the Lokpal panel.
Attacking the NDA government for "forcing" UPA-appointed governors to quit, former Kerala Governor and three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday said the new dispensation targeted the holders of the constitutional office "selectively" and "humiliated" them which does not auger well for democracy.
PMK and MDMK, constituents of BJP-led NDA, on Sunday protested against a Home Ministry circular to varsities that Hindi be taught along with English as a primary language, calling it another attempt to "impose" Hindi and sought its immediate withdrawal.