PM Narendra Modi celebrates his 72nd birthday on 17th September 2022

Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrates his 72nd birthday

The BJP intends to commemorate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday by requesting that all district level offices organise a “Sewa Pakhwara,” or service camp, for the next 16 days. Today on 17th September 2022 Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrates his 72nd birthday and leaders send their best wishes.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 72

On September 17, Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 72. Politicians and dignitaries sent their birthday greetings to him.

The BJP intends to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday on Saturday by requesting that all district level offices set up a “Sewa Pakhwara,” or service camp, for the subsequent 16 days.

Four events, including the release of cheetahs transported from Namibia at a national park in Madhya Pradesh, will feature speeches from Mr. Modi.

President Droupadi Murmu wished him well and stated that the job of creating the nation would continue thanks to his unmatched grit, commitment, and ingenuity.

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar welcomed Mr. Modi and praised him for elevating “Bharat” to greater glory with his inspirational leadership and transformative vision.

“Warm birthday wishes to Shri @narendramodi Ji, the honourable prime minister of India. Bharat has reached newer peaks of glory thanks to his inspired leadership and transformative vision”. He tweeted, May he be blessed with good health, happiness, & many more years serving our country.

As they sent him birthday wishes, Mr. Modi’s government colleagues lavishly praised his leadership and business savvy.

He was praised by India’s home minister, Amit Shah, as the embodiment of Indian culture who had brought the nation back to its founding principles and guided it forward in all spheres.

According to Mr. Shah, India has become a major force under his astute leadership, and he has distinguished himself as an international leader who is well-respected.

He described Mr. Modi as the architect of a safe, powerful, and “aatmanirbhar” new India, saying that his life is a testament to service and dedication.

Rajnath Singh, the defence minister, claimed that under his leadership, India had reached unprecedented heights of prestige and self-respect as well as increased progress and good governance.

According to Mr. Singh, he has given Indian politics a new dimension and prioritised development and the care of the underprivileged. Rahul Gandhi, a congressman, hailed the prime minister as well. Mr. Gandhi tweeted, “Wishing PM Narendra Modi a happy birthday.”

Through Twitter, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy wished Mr. Modi a happy birthday. Happy birthday to the Honorable PM Sri @narendramodi ji, and warmest wishes. The Chief Minister wished him well and wished him a long life in his greeting.

K. Chandrasekhar Rao, the chief minister of Telangana, wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi a happy birthday. “I wish you a very Happy Birthday on behalf of the Telangana government and people as well as on my own behalf. In a letter to Mr. Modi, Mr. KCR wished him “good health and long life so that you may serve the nation for many more years.”

Tamil Nadu Governor R.N. Ravi expressed his best wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a long and healthy life while serving the country by posting a photo of the Prime Minister on his Twitter page.

Palaniswami sent a message of congratulations to the “dynamic & visionary Hon Prime Minister Thiru @narendramodi Avl on his birthday.”Similar to how Edappadi Palaniswami did, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu and temporary general secretary of the AIADMK tweeted “dynamic & visionary Hon Prime Minister Thiru @narendramodi Avl on his birthday.”

“May your goals for our country’s leadership in the globe come true. @PMOIndia, I pray to the Almighty for a long, healthy life of duty and service.

CM’s of different states greet PM

The Prime Minister was welcomed by the chief ministers of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann, and Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar.

Salutations to the nation’s prime minister, @narendramodi ji, on his birthday, Mr. Mann wrote in his tweet.

In a tweet, Mr. Khattar wished “Happy Birthday to respected @narendramodi ji, who undertook a historic journey from a worker to the rank of Prime Minister on the strength of selfless devotion.”

Amarinder Singh, a former chief minister, also welcomed the PM.

Warmest congratulations on your birthday, Honorable Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi Ji. In a tweet, he wished the recipient a long and healthy life while serving the country.

On Saturday, September 17, 2022, the governor of Kerala and the chief minister of that state, Pinarayi Vijayan, wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi a happy 72nd birthday.

In Kochi, Mr. Khan told reporters that he had sent Mr. Modi his best wishes.

“Dear @narendramodi ji, heartfelt wishes on your birthday,” Mr. Vijayan tweeted.

Puducherry Chief Minister N. Rangasamy wished the Prime Minister a “very happy birthday” and expressed his “warmest greetings to a really visionary leader whom the nation is proud to have at the vital time.”

From a young age, Mr. Modi was an RSS pracharak who was recruited into the BJP. In 2001, he was appointed Gujarat’s chief minister.

He guided the BJP to victories in the 2002, 2007, and 2012 Gujarat assembly elections as well as the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Ghulam Nabi Azad’s First Rally After Resigning from Congress Tomorrow

Ghulam Nabi Azad's first rally after quitting Congress on Sunday
Ghulam Nabi Azad

Ghulam Nabi Azad would be concurred a terrific gathering on his appearance from Delhi on Sunday morning, previous Jammu and Kashmir minister GM Saroori said.

Ghulam Nabi Azad’s First Rally After Quitting Congress In Jammu Tomorrow
Ghulam Nabi Azad would be concurred a fantastic gathering on his appearance from Delhi on Sunday morning, previous Jammu and Kashmir serve GM Saroori said.

Ghulam Nabi Azad, who as of late broke his five-very long term relationship with the Congress, will start his new political excursion Sunday from Jammu where he would set up the primary unit of his own party. All arrangements have been finished for Mr Azad’s most memorable public convention in Jammu, a nearby helper of the previous boss pastor said just before the public gathering.

Mr Azad would be concurred a terrific gathering on his appearance from Delhi on Sunday morning, and a parade would go with him to the scene of the public gathering at the Sainik Colony, previous clergyman GM Saroori said.

Mr Saroori is among more than two dozen noticeable administrators who left the Congress on the side of Azad.

The 73-year-old Mr Azad is probably going to report the development of his own ideological group.

He finished his five-decade relationship with the Congress on August 26, naming the party “exhaustively annihilated”. He likewise attacked Rahul Gandhi for “destroying” the party’s whole consultative system.

Since Mr Azad’s renunciation, a previous vice president serve, eight previous pastors, a previous MP, nine lawmakers other than countless Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI) individuals, metropolitan corporators and grassroots laborers from across Jammu and Kashmir deserted to the Azad camp.

Hoardings and standards inviting Mr Azad have been set up at the Satwari chowk along the Jammu-Airport street and in the course prompting the scene of the public convention, where guest plans for more than 20,000 individuals have been made.

“Every one of the people who surrendered on the side of Azad will be available at the public gathering,” Mr Saroori, who was occupied throughout the last week in making game plans for the public gathering, told news organization PTI.

He said more than 3,000 allies of Mr Azad, addressing various areas of society, really want to hold hands with him at the public gathering.

Mr. Saroori said that It is extremely challenging to oversee such an enormous number of joinings… we have worked out a recipe to make them lift their hands on the side of Azad to invite the new participants,

He expressed individuals from various ideological groups are likewise in contact with them and “we are anticipating a torrent of help for Azad in coming times.”

Saroori additionally said that individuals have tried Azad during his central ministership (from November 2005 to July 2008) and are enthusiastically sitting tight for his return as the following boss clergyman.

He said the Mr Azad-drove party would be a reality on the political guide of Jammu and Kashmir in front of the following Assembly races which are probably going to be held after the consummation of the continuous course of exceptional synopsis update of the discretionary rolls on November 25.

Peltola won with 51.5% of the vote, to Palin’s 48.5% | Mary Peltola wins Alaska’s special U.S. House race

Mary Peltola wins Alaska’s special U.S. House race
Mary Peltola wins Alaska’s U.S. House seat

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Democrat Mary Peltola has won political race to the U.S. House, beating Republican Sarah Palin to fill the rest of the late Congressman Don Young’s term in office.

“I feel like I want to pause and rest briefly,” Peltola expressed, addressing allies at an office in midtown Anchorage Wednesday after the outcomes were counted.
Peltola, who outperformed Palin by three rate focuses, will be the primary Alaska Native individual to serve in Congress.

“I will have that qualification,” said Peltola. “In any case, I believe what’s most significant is that I’m Alaskan and being shipped off address all Alaskans.”

Peltola will likewise be the primary lady to fill Alaska’s sole U.S. House seat.

The informal consequences of Alaska’s previously positioned decision political race were reported Wednesday evening on a livestream from the Division of Elections office in Juneau. Peltola, who is Yup’ik and addressed Bethel in the state House for 10 years, was in front of previous Gov. Palin by just about 9 rate focuses when just best option voting forms were counted.

Republican applicant Nick Begich III completed third and was dispensed with on Wednesday as the positioned decision organization started. Simply over portion of his electors had checked Palin as their subsequent option, 29% of them chose Peltola and 21% either didn’t stamp a subsequent option up-and-comer or positioned a write-in competitor second.

Peltola won with 51.5% of the vote, to Palin’s 48.5%.At her mission central command in Anchorage on Wednesday, Palin said she felt “more started up than ever.””We’ve just barely started to battle for Alaska I feel like,” she said. “This is simply, you know, the invitation to battle, you folks.”

In a discourse to allies, Palin likewise addressed political race uprightness and again censured the state’s new positioned decision casting a ballot framework. She later told correspondents she “doesn’t expect” testing the consequences of the political decision in court.

Palin and Peltola have been companions since their days in Juneau, when Palin was lead representative and Peltola was an official. Regardless of the misfortune, Palin had just beneficial comments about her adversary.

“She’s a lovely soul. She’s an incredible mother, shows at least a bit of kindness for Alaska,” said Palin. “We simply address extremely, polarizing sees.”

The vote will be ensured on Friday. Peltola will probably be confirmed the seven day stretch of Sept. 12, when the House reconvenes after its late spring break. The Speaker of the House could likewise call a unique meeting just to swear Peltola in right on time.

Peltola will be in office until essentially January, when the term closes. In the mean time, she, Palin and Begich are lobbying for the following full term, which will be on the November voting form.

Sanna Marin Finland’s PM expresses her perception about partying video

Finland’s PM Sanna Marin

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Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has recognized celebrating “in a tumultuous way” after the arrival of private recordings – – however said she is furious that the recording, which provoked analysis from political rivals, was spilled to the media.

Recordings showed Marin, Finland’s 36-year-old pioneer, hitting the dance floor with companions in a confidential setting.
“These recordings are private and shot in a confidential space. I hate that these became known to people in general,” Marin told columnists in Kuopio, Finland.

Sanna Marin the world’s youngest sitting Prime Minister

Youngest Female PM of World

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Sanna Marin is the world’s youngest Prime Minister. “I went through a night with my companions. We recently celebrated, likewise in a disorderly way. I moved and sang,” she said.
The recording shows Marin and five others presenting towards a camera and moving. Another clasp seems to show Marin on the floor, singing toward the camera.

Sanna Marin’s political rivalry

It had incited a portion of Marin’s rivals to reprimand her way of behaving as indecent of a head of the state. Mikko Karna, a resistance MP, tweeted that Marin ought to go through a medication test.
Marin let correspondents know that liquor was consumed however she didn’t know about any medication use during the party.

Allies in the mean time have protected her, and accused pundits of applying a twofold norm.
“For what reason might she at any point party after work? Do we expect our chiefs not to be people?” tweeted Ashok Swain, a Professor of Peace and Conflict Research at Sweden’s Uppsala University.
Marin has denied the spilling of the recordings was essential for a coercing plan. “I’m not being extorted. These are private recordings and they shouldn’t be public,” the state head said, adding that “they are shot this late spring and in a confidential home. I’m not telling whose home it is.”

Not whenever Marin’s confidential life first has become politicized in Finland. She recently apologized to the general population in 2021 after a photograph surfaced of her in a dance club, following Finland’s unfamiliar priest testing positive for Covid-19.

“I fouled up. I ought to have considered the circumstance all the more cautiously,” Marin said in a TV interview by open telecaster Yle at that point.
Be that as it may, she likewise said she is an “individual, an individual, a genuine individual likewise, despite the fact that I’m a top state leader. In this way, I won’t significantly alter the manner in which I act. Obviously, I must be cautious what I say since it tends to be addressed as the entire government, yet I’m as yet an individual and I will be in the future moreover.”

Offering centrist alternative, ex-councilman poses long-shot challenge to Ilhan Omar | Minnesota voters to decide winners in primary election battles

(R) Don Samuels, Democratic candidate for Minnesota’s 5th Congressional district. (L) Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. at a House Education and Labor Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington.

A former Minneapolis city councilman running on a centrist, pro-Israel platform will seek to pull off a long-shot bid to unseat progressive Rep. Ilhan Omar in Tuesday’s Democratic primary.

Don Samuels, 72, out-fundraised Omar in the second quarter of this year and received endorsements from the state’s largest newspaper, the Star Tribune, and from Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey. However, pro-Israel and mainstream Jewish organizations, who’ve poured millions into various Democratic primaries this year, have avoided investing for a second straight election in Minnesota’s 5th Congressional district after funneling millions into the campaign of Omar’s last challenger only to see him lose by 20 points.

Little polling has been conducted ahead of the primary, but a June survey from Change Research showed Omar in a commanding lead with 60% of the vote compared to Samuels’s 21%.

Nonetheless, Samuels is convinced he presents a preferred alternative for residents of Minneapolis and the surrounding suburbs, who are not as far to the left on a variety of issues as their two-term congresswoman has been.

In a recent interview with The Times of Israel, the 72-year-old Jamaica native pointed to a proposal rejected by 56% of Minneapolis voters last November that would have seen the city’s police department replaced with a “public-health oriented” Department of Public Safety. The initiative — rejected by 78% of Black voters — was backed by Omar, who became the first Somali-American elected to Congress in 2018.

“She was out of touch with the community she was claiming to protect, and she was out of touch with the voters in general,” Samuels said. “It’s reflective of a problem that she has, which caused me to run because she has alienated several groups.”

He said Omar alienated the African-American community by supporting efforts to defund the police, has put off construction workers over her opposition to US President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, and has alienated the Jewish community over her comments and record on Israel.

Omar has fought off accusations of antisemitism from pro-Israel organizations since entering Congress, particularly after she suggested that Jewish money was behind American officials’ support for Israel. The lawmaker subsequently apologized and said she was studying “the painful history of antisemitic tropes.”

Omar became one of the first Congress members to publicly back the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) targeting Israel.

“This sends a message to the enemies of Israel that they have friends in the United States and leadership,” Samuels lamented. “Israel is our friend in the region and our strategic partner in many areas like medicine and technology. We can’t send a mixed message about our relationship with Israel, and we can’t send a message that Israel is the bad guy in this conflict.”

Samuels said he backs a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — a framework Omar has also supported in the past. Samuels said he visited Israel on a 28-day religious pilgrimage in 2003.

Omar sought to travel to Israel and the West Bank along with Rep. Rashida Tlaib in 2019 but they both were barred by then-prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said the progressive lawmakers were seeking to use the visit “to strengthen the boycott and negate Israel’s legitimacy.”

Samuels argued that lone voices within the Democratic party who don’t toe a line in favor of Israel would hamper US efforts to serve as an objective broker.

“When our government says, ‘We are a friend of Israel, and we’re negotiating for a two-state solution,’ [it’s important] that we all speak with one voice, so we don’t give the other side negotiating leverage on the fantasy that they have in Congress significant support to demonize Israel and to create sainthood on their side,” he said.

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., left, and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., at a news conference, August 19, 2019 at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minnesota, after their planned trip to Jerusalem and the West Bank was blocked by Israel. Credit to : Times of Israel 🇮🇱

Summarizing the difference between the candidates on the issue, the challenger said, “Ilhan Omar supports the Palestinian cause, while Don Samuels supports a peaceful two-state solution with freedom and justice as the ultimate goals.”

Samuels described a “deep and friendly connection” with the Jewish community, quipping that his “baptism” into the faith took place when he worked in a Jewish deli in Brooklyn shortly after immigrating to the US.

“My dad was a minister in Jamaica where antisemitism was not as present as it was in the US at the time. So [when] studying the Hebrew scripture of the Bible, the freedom to admire Jewish culture was uninhibited,” he said.

“That’s a big part of my silent motivation, silent resiliency to take on giants… as minority people have to learn to do.”

Given the dark blue nature of Omar’s District, a more centrist option would appear less palatable to voters, but Samuels argued that the incumbent represents an “extreme” voice that doesn’t benefit the Democratic party. “Our congresswoman has been the best… fundraising feature for the Republicans. When President Trump referred to Ilhan Omar, money came pouring into Republican coffers,” he claimed.

“We have a chance now to remove that kind of benefit for the Republican Party from our district, and put someone in office who is a benefit to the Democratic Party.”

Asked how he plans to appeal to younger voters, many of whom are attracted to Omar’s platform, Samuels said he seeks to present them with the results from last November’s vote to replace the Minneapolis Police Department.

“They’re very enthusiastic and spent a lot of time and energy protesting and demanding change, and they raised a lot of money right after George Floyd was killed,” he said. “There’s a lot of energy there, and we’re going to constantly hold up the rejection of that effort [to defund the police] by the African American community — ostensibly the community they were advocating for — and by the voters in the city at large.”

Samuels acknowledged and condemned some of the attacks on Omar that have highlighted her faith background but indicated that he wasn’t surprised by it. “The fact is that Ilhan is an extreme on our side, and the extremes on the other side will also have an extreme reaction to her.”

Asked if he modeled himself after one of the Democratic party’s most prominent, albeit controversial, centrists, Joe Manchin, the Omar challenger responded, “You can put me with Barack Obama and with Joe Biden.”

If elected, Samuels said he would seek to improve public safety and advance criminal justice reform.

He highlighted legislation he advanced as a councilman aimed at assisting ex-felons in securing employment along with another initiative offering vouchers to replace taillights in order to avoid tickets, which has been adopted across the country.

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Meet the 14th Vice President of India- Jagdeep Dhankar

Jagdeep Dhankhar 14th Vice President of India
  • Jagdeep Dhankhar, who is a lawyer by profession, joined politics in 1989.
  • Jagdeep Dhankhar will take the oath of office on August 11

Jagdeep Dhankhar has won India’s Vice Presidential election 2022, defeating Opposition candidate Margaret Alva by 346 votes on Saturday. Dhankhar will be country’s 14th Vice President, taking over from M Venkaiah Naidu. Jagdeep Dhankhar received 528 votes against opposition candidate Margaret Alva who got 182 votes. Dhankhar will take the oath of office on August 11, a day after the term of current vice president.

Here are 10 things to know about India’s new Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar:

  • Jagdeep Dhankhar, who is a lawyer by profession, joined politics in 1989.
  • Dhankhar was born on May 18 May 1951 in an agrarian household in a remote village in Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu district.

Jagdeep Dhankhar’s carrer :

  • Jagdeep Dhankhar became one of the leading lawyers in Rajasthan and practiced in both the Rajasthan High Court and the Supreme Court. He also headed Rajasthan High Court Bar Association.

Jagdeep Dhankhar’s political life:

  • He was elected to Lok Sabha from Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu in 1989.
  • He served as a minister of state for Parliamentary Affairs in the Janata Dal government led by Chandra Shekhar.
  • Dhankhar represented the Kishangarh constituency of Ajmer district in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly from 1993-1998.
  • Dhankhar, who had been associated with the Janata Dal and the Congress, joined the BJP only in 2008 after a hiatus of nearly a decade.
  • He has championed issues related to Other Backward Classes, including the grant of OBC status to the Jat community in Rajasthan.

Jagdeep Dhankhar as West Bengal’s Governor:

  • He became the governor of West Bengal in July 2019 and has made headlines since then over his tumultuous relations with the Mamata Banerjee government.
  • The TMC leadership has often accused him of acting as an `agent of the BJP’, but Dhankhar maintained that he has gone by the rule book and the Constitution on several issues. He tendered his resignation as the Governor of West Bengal last month.

Jagdeep Dhankhar’s education:

  • He did his schooling at Sainik School, Chittorgarh. After graduating from Sainik School, he joined the Maharaja’s College, Jaipur in the B.Sc (Honours) Physics course, according to his biography on the West Bengal Raj Bhavan website.
  • Dhankhar took to cricket in his school days and also had keen interest in spirituality and meditation.
  • He is also known as an avid reader and a sports aficionado and has been the President of the Rajasthan Olympic Association, and Rajasthan Tennis Association.

Personal life:

  • Dhankhar is married to Sudesh Dhankhar and they have a daughter.
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