New Delhi, July 18: Union Home Minister, Amit Shah said that the anti-drone solutions were being worked upon and they would be deployed soon to step up security at the borders. The statement comes in the wake of several drone sightings being reported in the border areas.
Two weeks back a drone had dropped of two explosives on the Indian Air Force base in Jammu, which was a first of its kind attack. He also said that the gaps in the border fencing would be completed by 2022 and added that it was under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi that the country got an independent security policy.
New Delhi, July 14: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi along with foreign minister, S Jaishankar and foreign secretary Harsh Shringla will several high level meetings during the Indian presidency of the UN Security Council next month.
The meetings would discuss maritime security, counter-terror and UN peace keeping operations.
New Delhi, July 13: After a major reshuffle of the Union Cabinet, the government has undertaken the appointments of the Cabinet Committee.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads five of the committees that include, Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs, Cabinet Committee on Security, Cabinet Committee on Investment and Growth, Cabinet Committee on Employment and Skill Development and Cabinet Committee on Investment and Growth.
New Delhi, July 09: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had several words of advise to his new ministers who took oath on Wednesday. From avoid talking unnecessarily to the media to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, the PM had plenty of advise for the new ministers.
Over the past few days, we all have been seeing pictures and videos of crowded places and people roaming about without masks or social distancing. This is not a pleasant sight and it should instil a sense of fear in us, the PM said according to sources.
New Delhi, July 08: The women strength in the Narendra Modi government has gone up from six in the previous term to 11. Incidentally this is the highest number of women ministers in a government since 2004.
On Wednesday, seven new women ministers were sworn in. This was in addition to existing women ministers- Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani, Sadhavi Niranjan Jyoti and Renuka Singh.
New Delhi, July 07: Several BJP leaders have arrived in New Delhi, ahead of the much anticipated Cabinet reshuffle. While there is no official confirmation on the reshuffle a series of events has led to talk that there could be some major changes in the offing in the Narendra Modi led government.
The names of 13 leaders are doing the rounds and many have already arrived in Delhi. Speculation is rife that they may get a berth in the Modi sarkar.