WhatsApp breach: Remember, right to privacy became a fundamental right under Narendra Modi government

As complaints about hacking of WhatsApp data by the Pegasus spyware developed by an Israeli firm NSO group came up, Amit Malviya, IT Cell chief of the BJP, questioned the timing of their complaints also asked if they were contacted by WhatsApp earlier, why didn’t they come and say it earlier. In a tweet, while replying to Rahul Gandhi, Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that privacy became a fundamental right under the Narendra Modi government.

The Union government was quick to spring into action as complaints about hacking of WhatsApp data by the Pegasus spyware developed by an Israeli firm NSO group came up. 

Even as the government sought an explanation, some decided to make it a political slugfest after it was said that around 12 lawyers, journalists and activists had been targeted. 

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UCC: Rajiv Gandhi backed out, Modi won’t; Time has come to divorce law from religion

There is talk that the Modi government may table the Uniform Civil Code Bill in Parliament this year. Once passed, it would mandate implementing a common set of laws for all Indian Citizens irrespective of their faith or religion.

The Union Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a very bold step when it went ahead with the abrogation of Article 370. The BJP led government in fact did exactly what it had promised in its manifesto.

With one promise being fulfilled, the focus now shifts to the Uniform Civil Code. Recently, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the UCC is part of the BJP’s manifesto. He said that they would stand by their decision, while adding that no country should have any law based on religion and there should be a single law for all citizens.

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India has endorsed Narendra Modi yet again: Amit Malviya

New Delhi, May 23: The BJP has put up an outstanding show and is all set to form the government again. It was a massive mandate that the country gave Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which ensured his return to power again.

BJP spokesperson and the party IT Cell chief, Amit Malviya says that the people of India have endorsed Narendra Modi. His development plank, what he has done for the poor and the respect that he commands has ensured that the BJP returned to power with such impressive numbers. The people of the country have immense respect for him and the numbers clearly show that, he also added.

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Pak’s SAARC invite for PM aimed at earning brownie points say officials

New Delhi, Nov 28: Terming the move as posturing, India has dismissed Pakistan’s invitation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the SAARC summit.

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How much money was spent on PM’s fitness challenge video: Here is the answer

New Delhi, Aug 21: Several persons have asked how much money had been spent on Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s fitness challenge video. In an official response, it has been said that not a single paisa was spent on making the video.

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No words, filled with emotions says Modi on Vajpayee’s passing away

New Delhi, Aug 16: The passing away of former Prime Minister of India, Atal Vajpayee has seen an outpouring of grief across the nation. The former PM who was conferred with the Bharat Ratna passed away at AIIMS at 5.05 on August 16.

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Did Rahul Gandhi’s wink kill the hug?

The hug in Parliament is a matter of national debate right now. During his speech at the no-confidence motion, Rahul Gandhi not only attacked the government, but decided to end it on a filmy note, when he hugged the Prime Minister.

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Three reasons why India must adopt ‘One Nation, One Poll’

onenationPrime Minister Narendra Modi once again floated the idea of a ‘one nation, one poll.’ While the non-BJP ruled states do not appear in favour of the idea, the issue has been gaining traction.

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Congress a three Ps party, well quite literally

congressDuring one of his rallies in Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Congress would be reduced to three Ps- Punjab, Puducherry and Parivar. It happened, in fact quite literally with the Congress being reduced to the second position.

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Siddaramaiah slaps legal notice on Modi, Shah, demands apology, Rs 100 crore

 

siddaramaiah_650x400_51465912230Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has slapped a legal notice on Prime Minister, Narendra Modi over the corruption jibes made at him. The legal notices have also been sent to BJP president, Amit Shah and former chief minister, B S Yeddyurappa.

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