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Hyderabad police academy donates a day's salary for J and K flood victims

New Delhi, Sep 29 (ANI): Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that Director General of SVP National Police Academy in Hyderabad, Aruna M Bahuguna met him to donate funds for relief work in Jammu and Kashmir. Singh said that director general and the IPS officers of the academy have given their one day's salary for victims of the flood ravaged J and K. he further congratulated the academy for the noble task done. Sep 29, 2014
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Modi attends dinner hosted by Indian Ambassador to US

New York, Sept 29 (ANI): After receiving a spectacular reception at the Madison Square Garden in New York, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a dinner hosted by the Indian Ambassador to the US. Among the prominent guests at that dinner was Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani. The occasion was an Indian community dinner in honour of Prime Minister Modi. The dinner reception was attended by Indian Americans and Persons of Indian Origin. Meanwhile, Modi is expected to meet top American CEOs on Monday ahead of his first ever meeting with US President Barack Obama. Sep 29, 2014
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US Politicians in awe of visionary personality of PM Modi, says 'Modi becoming next Ronald Reagan'

New York, Sep 29 (ANI): After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's inspiring speech at Madison Square Garden in New York, US politicians were in awe of the visionary personality of Indian PM. US Congresswoman Carolyn B Maloney said that she had never ever seen before such excitement in Indian community for an Indian leader. She also said that she foresees India and US bond getting stronger in times to come, and went on to say that Modi has got 'something very special about him'. US Congressman Pete Sessions also applauded PM Modi and said that he will be the next Ronald Reagan as he knows how to get things done. Indian American Advisory Council Chairman Shalabh Kumar also said that Modi will be the next in line with leaders like Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. Sep 29, 2014
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Temple was washed after my visit: Bihar CM Jeetan Manjhi

Patna, Sept 29 (ANI): Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi kicked up yet another controversy with his remarks that the idol in a temple's premises in Madhubani district was cleansed after he visited it. Speaking at a ceremony organized to commemorate the birth centenary of three-time Dalit chief minister Bhola Paswan Shastri in Patna, Manjhi said he had visited the temple only after people had earnestly asked him to. Manjhi, who visited the temple while on campaigning in Raj Nagar, said he was informed about the incident by the mines and geology minister Ram Lakhan Ram Raman. Sep 29, 2014
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Journalist Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled by Modi supporters outside MSG in New York

New Delhi, Sep 29 (ANI): A few hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi was to address the Indian-American community at Madison Square Garden in New York, TV Today consulting editor Rajdeep Sardesai was manhandled by a group of pro-Modi supporters outside the venue. Immediately after the incident Sardesai tweeted: "Great crowd at Madison square garden! except a few idiots who still believe abuse is a way of proving their machismo!Glad we caught the idiots on cam. Only way to shame the mob is to show them." Sardesai was first heckled and then pushed by a group gathered to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi, before the leader arrived at the venue to address Indian Americans. Later, many other took to twitter to condemn the incident and support Sardesai. Sep 29, 2014
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Indian-Americans in New York look forward to PM Modi's developmental plans

New York, Se 29 (ANI): Indian-Americans in New York expressed confidence in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and looked forward to his developmental plans for the country after his historic speech at the Madison Square Garden. Modi was welcomed into the world's most famous arena with people cheering 'Modi Modi'. After his speech he was given a standing ovation by the crowd of 18,000 people. Dressed in a yellow kurta and peach waistcoat, Modi delivered his speech at jam packed Madison Square Garden amid loud cheering and thanked his supporters. An Indian-American, Komal Sharma said she has full faith in Modi and his global vision. The Indian Diaspora hopes this visit by a leader who was until recently barred from the United States will signify India's importance not only on these shores but in the wider world too. Sep 29, 2014