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PM Modi thanks Karnataka for govt formation, says India should participate in Clean Campaign Part

Bangalore, Sep 23 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed a gathering in Bangalore city of Karnataka. Modi thanked the voters of Karnataka for helping form a stable government. Modi then stressed upon the ‘Clean Campaign’ which has been initiated by the government to clean the entire nation and begged the countrymen to spare 100 hours in a year to spend in cleaning their surroundings. PM also said that his aim is to abolish all the unwanted laws which have been prevailing in the country since long and create obstruction in decision making. Modi also stated that the earlier government officials used to get a pension as little as Rs 50 and Rs 100, but now it has been increased to a minimum amount of Rs 1000. Sep 23, 2014
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PM Modi thanks Karnataka for govt formation, says India should participate in Clean Campaign Part

Bangalore, Sep 23 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed a gathering in Bangalore city of Karnataka. Modi thanked the voters of Karnataka for helping form a stable government. Modi then stressed upon the ‘Clean Campaign’ which has been initiated by the government to clean the entire nation and begged the countrymen to spare 100 hours in a year to spend in cleaning their surroundings. PM also said that his aim is to abolish all the unwanted laws which have been prevailing in the country since long and create obstruction in decision making. Modi also stated that the earlier government officials used to get a pension as little as Rs 50 and Rs 100, but now it has been increased to a minimum amount of Rs 1000. Sep 23, 2014
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MEA highlights PM Modi's US visit schedule Part - 2

New Delhi, Sep 23 (ANI): Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday highlighted the schedule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States for enhancing bilateral relations. MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin stated that Prime Minister Modi will be meeting UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon before addressing United Nations' General Assembly Session. Akbaruddin said that Prime Minister will be meeting US President Barrack Obama and former President Bill Clinton during his visit. He also said that Modi will pay homage to the 9/11 memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial & Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Washington. He added that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will also be joined by the Prime Minister after he reaches the US. Sep 23, 2014
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Rajnath Singh visits Naxal affected areas, says Maoists should give up violence

Jharkhand, Sep 23 (ANI): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday visited naxal affected areas of Saranda in Jharkhand. Singh distributed sarees among the tribal women and later visited the CRPF camp in the district. Home Minister said that there is no place for violence in a democratic nation like India. Singh added that Maoists should give up the path of violence and said the government is willing to talk to them to solve all problems. Sep 23, 2014