Will Modi retain power or opposition magic work?
WATCH: 'How's the josh', PM Modi asks in Uri style
'How's the Josh?” asked PM Modi at the gathering at the event.
Morari Bapu said that PM Modi was doing good work, but underlined that it was difficult to fulfill the demands of everyone
As Mamata rolled out the red carpet to welcome top leaders from over 20 different Opposition parties, PM Modi matched Kolkata 'fireworks' from Silvassa where he attended a public gathering.
Taking a jibe at the Opposition, PM Modi during his address in Silvassa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli said that while the Opposition gathering in Kolkata is aimed to save themselves, his government is working for the welfare and betterment of 130 crore Indians.
BJP MP Virendra Singh Mast said the Modi government has taken historical steps to improve the condition of the farmers and in the coming days some decisions will be taken to economically strengthen them.
PM Modi stressed that the economic reservation has been given without impacting the existing social reservations.
Around 25 industrial and business sectors are showcasing their products at the event.
As PM Narendra Modi gets ready to go on the floors, Omung and his team are travelling through the length and breadth of Gujarat.
PM Modi will take part in a slew of other programmes during his January 17-19 visit which will also cover Silvassa, the capital of the neighbouring Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
According to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office, the award focuses on the triple bottom-line of 'people, profit and planet' and will be offered annually to the leader of a nation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Odisha and Kerala on Tuesday to launch a series of developmental projects, including a railway line and a highway bypass.
According to a statement from the Prime Minister's office, the award focuses on the triple bottom-line of People, Profit and Planet. It will be offered annually to the leader of a Nation.
"He's driven by fear. It's this fear that is making him corrupt & destroy key institutions," the Congress chief alleged.
At least 41 per cent people voted in favour of Modi as PM in the survey, while Rahul Gandhi appeared to be the second choice with 23% votes for him.
India TV-CNX has conducted an opinion poll to gauge the mood of voters ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2019.
Taking a swipe at the opposition, the prime minister asked "if Modi is so bad and government not working, why this alliance (was formed)."