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PM Modi's Focus on Digital India Has Merged Technology and Education, Global Online Education Market Booms
The Global Online Education Market is growing rapidly; primarily due to the rising demand for distance learning. According to a recent study report published by the Market Research Future, The global market of Online Education is booming and expected to achieve prominence over the forecast period. Owing to increasing demand for distance learning and growth of digitization has led to a tremendous increase in the growth of Online Education market.
From Google to PM Modi, why everyone is wooing this class of Indians
You may well ask, especially when the company's name itself, Google, does not say much. This class of people is being wooed by entities as diverse as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Google. In India, internet means Google, and it's not impossible that in a year or two smartphone payments too start meaning Google. In any case, Google has a bigger game than the companies that already exist in the segment.
PM Modi starts following 59 new handles on Twitter, does not unfollow or block trolls
He was berated for following some Twitter handles which had abused Gauri and celebrated her killing. The BJP defended PM Modi saying he never blocked or unfollowed anyone on Twitter. In the latest development, PM Modi followed some more handles on Twitter on Sunday, his 67th birthday. Of the 59 handles Narendra Modi followed, 23 are verified accounts. Though PM Modi followed Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu even before he was elected to the post, he now also follows the vice-president's official Twitter account.
PM Modi looks for solution to perk up economy
The topmost rungs of the Narendra Modi government are looking for solutions to arrest the slide in gross domestic product (GDP) growth. The Prime Minister is expected to meet Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and top finance ministry officials on Tuesday evening to discuss the state of the economy and possible measures to boost growth. Last Friday, the PM had been briefed by Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian on the state of the economy.
Attacks on Rohingyas in Myanmar 'act of cowardice': Ajmer shrine dewan to PM Modi
The dewan of Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Syed Zainul Abedin Ali Khan said that he has written to the Prime Minister and the External Affairs Minister condemning the attacks on Rohingya muslims in Myanmar and termed it an act of cowardice. In the letter to Narendra Modi and Sushma Swaraj, Abedin said, he has asked the government to raise the Rohingya issue at the UN.
Never Asked PM Modi For Any Cabinet Berth: Subramanian Swamy
The Member of Parliament said on Sunday that he never pitched for a ministerial berth in the first place. There is nothing wrong in denying me a cabinet berth. In fact, if you talk to Prime Minister Narendra Modi he will tell you that I never asked for one. I believe the nasty corporate have kept him out, said Nariman, who described Swamy as acutely controversial during the discussion.
In 45-Minute Presser, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Seems To Aim For Best BJP Ally Status
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has backed PM Modi at many instances including notes ban. If dynasts have reached somewhere then people with no dynasty to back them have also reached the top. Even on bringing petroleum products under the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which he has earlier opposed, Nitish Kumar said today that he would hold discussions with the BJP and frame his final response.
PM Modi writes to celebrities across fields to promote 'Clean India'
An inspiration to billions across generations and borders, Mahatma Gandhi recognised that our attitude towards cleanliness also reflects our attitude towards society. The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan aims to make India a cleaner place by emphasising on sanitation and health as also changing age-old attitudes towards hygiene. Coming together for cleanliness would be a fitting tribute to Bapu and work towards building a New India. A clean India is the most noble service we can do for the poor, downtrodden and the marginalised.
UP govt order asks madrasas to ferry women to PM Modi's minority interaction event
The Uttar Pradesh government has asked madrassas in Varanasi to make arrangements so that women from the minority community attend an event where Prime Minister Narendra Modi would interact with them. The move, however, evoked protests from a body of madrassa teachers. On that day, the responsibility of ferrying women audience to the programme venue is assigned to you, the officer's letter to the madrassas said. The letter dated September 15 says that the madrassas should ferry around 25 women each to the event.
BJP on Manish Tewari's Modi tweet: Congress has lost its mental balance
Tewari is the second Congress leader after party general secretary Digvijaya Singh to come under fire for using foul language against Modi. Reacting sharply, Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said a desperate Congress and its leaders have lost their mental balance after being rejected by people. It shows the mental state of the Congress and its leaders and the Congress leadership under Sonia Gandhi should apologise for this, he said.
1 cop for 663 common men, 3 cops for 1 VIP, latest police-to-population numbers reveal
In India, there are three policemen to protect one VIP, and just one policeman to protect 663 common men. This shocking police-to-population data was compiled by the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), a home ministry division. India is one of the least policed countries in the world, with just one policeman looking after every 663 Indians. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in April 2017, banned the use of red and blue beacons, in an effort to end VIP culture.
Do the math: India's first bullet train isn't 'free of cost' as Modi claims
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has claimed the bullet train offered to India by Japan is virtually free of cost. A 50-year yen loan amounting to Rs 88,000 crore at 0.1 % interest is being described by the prime minister as free of cost. India can have as many bullet trains as it wants on these terms from the Japanese, but nobody should be misled into believing they are free.

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