PM Modi Launch Ram Temple

After postal stamp release by PM Modi.The Saffron PM leader address the August gathering at Ram Temple on this occasion with thanks to the Trust.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath spoke at inaugural address thereafter RSS Chief Mohan Bhagawat briefed about Ram Temple in Ayodha is sacred occasion. Mahant Ram Trust third to in row gave his message.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes part in Ram Temple ‘Bhoomi Pujan’ at Ayodhya.

PM at Ground breaking ceremony with Vedic mantras chanting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi plants a Parijat sapling, considered a divine plant, ahead of foundation stone-laying of #RamTemple in #Ayodhya.

PM Modi is now at sight of Bhumi Pujan an historical moment for national temple ground breaking ceremony .

PM engrossed in prayer at Ram Temple in Ayodha.

PM Modi at Hanuman garhi pay his prayers.

PM Modi visits Hanumangarhi temple in Ayodhya, accompanied by CM Adityanath.

With PM to arrive shortly at Ayodhya with UP Governor and CM already at ground breaking ceremony take stock of preparedness the security has been beefed up with limited number of invitees.

PM @narendramodi to take part in #BhumiPoojan for laying of the foundation stone of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya today.

PM Modi has reached Lucknow as per the tweets.

Adityanath reaches #Ayodhya, PM Modi to land in Lucknow

Ram Madav said this is national temple for all the Indians to be launched its construction.

Uttar Pradesh: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Governor Anandiben Patel and BJP National Vice President Uma Bharti arrive at Ram Janambhoomi site in #Ayodhya.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ for #RamTemple at the site today.

I feel humbled that during Ram Janmabhoomi movement, destiny made me perform a pivotal duty in the form of Ram Rath Yatra from Somnath to Ayodhya in 1990 which helped galvanise aspirations, energies & passions of its countless participants: Veteran BJP leader LK Advani

In 1528 the temple was changed to Babri Mosque by first Moghul invader Babbar but could not hold the prayer.

After five hundred national temple is being designed on International standards as per its faith across globe.

After the appeal of the Chief Minister and Trust, people in the state are lighting earthen lamps at their houses and a special deepotsav is being organized in Ayodhya. The Lanes of Ayodhya and Ghats of holy Saryu River are illuminated with thousands of earthen lamps. Beautiful Rangolis along with special gates and colorful streets depicting the saga of Ramayana are ready to welcome the Prime Minister. People are lighting Diyas at their houses and even the Chief Minister House in Lucknow is illuminated with Diyaas

Kashmir treads development

District Magistrate (DM) Srinagar on Tuesday ordered lifting of curfew, which was ordered late last night for 48 hours in the district.

The curfew was lifted after the situation remained incident-free today.

“Existing restrictions on public activities and movement put in place since 1 August in view of the Corona situation in the district – where a sharp spike in affected cases has been witnessed in the last one month or so – will remain in force though,” DM said.

In an order issued Tuesday, the DM has stated that after assessing the situation which remained incident-free, it has been decided to lift the curfew.

Kashmiri people are happy with govt of India development works. Bridge of nearly 2Km is inaugurated to bring relief to two districts.

No street protests reported in Kashmir this year

Jammu and Kashmir, Leh being border and buffer states need proper infra for Defence and overall development along with North Eastern states.

Anniversary of Government of India scrapped the article 370 and 35 A and created the two Union Territories – Ladakh and J&K. For security agencies, there is a reason to cheer as figures suggest that zero street protests were reported while only 14 incidents of law and order took place in the first half of the ensuing year.

According to Official data no major law and order situation was witnessed in Kashmir since January 1 this year barring a few incidents that were small in nature.

The law and order incidents were less violent in nature compared to previous years and no civilian killing took place in the protests. It becomes evident that  youth of Kashmir have understood the futility of the street protests and have decided to not to indulge in such things.

With only 14 incidents of law and order taking  place and that too in southern parts of Kashmir, the number is too less compared to the previous years. This signifies a big change and makes one believe that  this year post abrogation of article 370 has witnessed a sea change.

Today there are no protests and stone pelting incidents have vanished completely and youth are cracking IAS and other competitive exams.

Paris not to ratify, HK extradition

Paris has decided not to ratify an extradition agreement with Hong Kong after China’s central government in Beijing imposed a new national security law on the city. “In light of the latest developments, France won’t proceed with the ratification” of the 2017 extradition agreement with Hong Kong “as it stands,” AP quoted the French Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson as saying in a written statement on Monday.

Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US suspended their extradition treaties with Hong Kong last month amid fears that the central Chinese government was infringing on the city’s freedoms and local autonomy.

Germany made a similar decision last week following the disqualification of 12 candidates from Hong Kong’s legislative elections and a subsequent decision to postpone the vote by a year.

Beijing says the new security law is needed to combat terrorism and separatism, and to prevent Hong Kong from becoming a base for undermining Chinese state power

One Billion Students Suffers

One billion students affected by virus closures, UN chief Guterres says.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday that the coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education in history. Schools were closed in more than 160 countries in mid-July, affecting over a billion students, according to the UN chief.

He added that at least 40 million children worldwide have missed out on education “in their critical preschool year,” AP reports. Guterres warned that the world faces “a generational catastrophe that could waste untold human potential, undermine decades of progress, and exacerbate entrenched inequalities.”

“We are at a defining moment for the world’s children and young people,”Guterres said in a video message and a policy briefing. “The decisions that governments and partners take now will have lasting impact on hundreds of millions of young people, and on the development prospects of countries for decades to come.”

Anti Thai PM protest

Protestors in Thailand get creative & gather in Harry Potter-themed protest against “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.” (Hint it’s the King). Such open criticism of the king by non-elites is the first of its kind in Thai history.

A protest demanding the resignation of Thailand’s PM, Prayuth Chan-ocha, in Bangkok, Thailand

Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Tuesday asked student-led protesters “not to create chaos” in Thailand, after some broke longstanding taboos by openly calling for reform of the constitutional monarchy reports media.

General Prayuth, a former army chief who staged a coup six years ago and has led military-backed governments ever since, also promised that parliament would consider protesters’ demands to amend the constitution. “I beg people not to create chaos at this time. We are solving these problems together,” he told reporters after a cabinet meeting.

The prime minister said he was “worried” about the young protesters who have been gathering in small groups across the country calling for the dissolution of parliament and for new elections.

Ireland Ease Lockdown

‘We can’t risk going backwards’: Ireland to take very cautious approach to easing coronavirus restrictions, Varadkar says

Dublin, Ireland. We can’t risk going backwards’: Ireland to take very cautious approach to easing coronavirus restrictions, Varadkar says

Ireland plans to take “a very cautious approach” to easing Covid-19 restrictions in the coming weeks, Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has said.

Tuesday’s statement came ahead of a government meeting that will decide whether to reopen bars or ease travel restrictions, Reuters reported.

“I know that is going to come as a further blow to some of the sectors that are not being reopened, but we just can’t risk going backwards,” he told reporters in Dublin, following advice from the National Public Health Emergency Team.

Dharmendra tests positive

Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan tests positive for Covid-19

Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has tested positive for Covid-19 and has been admitted to a hospital. 

In a tweet, Mr Pradhan said, after seeing symptoms of COVID-19, he got tested and the report has come positive.

He said, on the advice of doctors, he has been admitted to hospital. The Minister said, he is healthy.

Mr Pradhan is the second Union Minister in the Cabinet to test positive for Covid-19. 

Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah had tested positive and admitted to hospital.

Beirut Explosion

An Israeli official says Israel has nothing to do with Beirut blast caught on camera.


Lebanon’s PM Hassan Diab called on “friendly countries” to support a country already worst economic crisis in decades and covid pandemic. Beirut, Lebanon – A huge blast in port warehouse central Beirut storing highly explosive material killed 78 people injured nearly 4,000 on Tuesday.

Lebanon’s president is calling for a two-week state of emergency after a massive explosion in the capital on Tuesday. More than 70 people are dead and nearly 4,000 injured.

An emergency cabinet meeting has been called for Wednesday.

President Michel Aoun said 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate had been stored unsafely in a warehouse for six years.

He scheduled an urgent cabinet meeting for Wednesday, and said a two-week state of emergency should be declared.

The country will observe an official period of mourning for three days from Wednesday.

President Aoun also announced that the government would release 100 billion lira (£50.5m; $66m) of emergency funds.

“What we are witnessing is a huge catastrophe,” the head of Lebanon’s Red Cross George Kettani told local media. “There are victims and casualties everywhere.”

Ebrahim Alkazi no more

President, VP, PM, MIB express grief on demise of theatre legend Ebrahim Alkazi

President, Vice President and Prime Minister have expressed grief on the demise of theatre maestro Ebrahim Alkazi.

In a tweet, President Ram Nath Kovind said, Ebrahim Alkazi, doyen of Indian theatre, mentored and inspired generations of artists.

The President said, his death leaves a void in the world of performing arts.

He said, a Padma Vibhushan recipient, his legacy will live on. He conveyed condolences to his family, students and art lovers.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said, Ebrahim Alkazi is credited with reinventing and revolutionising Indian theatre.

He said, as director of National School of Drama, he helped set a new course for theatre in India. 

Mr Naidu said, his passing is a great loss to the art and theatre fraternity of India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, Ebrahim Alkazi will be remembered for his efforts to make theatre more popular and accessible across India.

The Prime Minister said, his contributions to the world of art and culture are noteworthy too. 

Mr Modi said his thoughts are with the family and friends of Ebrahim Alkazi.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said, Ebrahim Alkazi’s work in revolutionising theatre art in India and making National School of Drama a great learning center for artists will always be remembered

Finland PM weds

World seems to work on various multiple philosphies, freedom of thought enjoy as per your natural instincts,next is live discipline life not only to cleanse ones body mind but soul for its classical best rebirth in future.

Another way of living is survival of the fittest allow big to banish small and be happy merry in your life with no guilt but be intoxicated in power.

Finnish Government congratulates the newlyweds PM.

Finland prime minister Sanna Marin has married her long-term partner Markus Raikkonen. The couple, both 34, who share 2.5-year-old daughter Emma during in live-in relation which may not be soothing to Eastern philosophy. Child after wedlock is considerared an auspicious gift from nature of reward of two marital pleasantries resultant in consonannce of their soulful actions assimilation.

Marin became Finland’s prime minister in December and was the world’s youngest serving head of government at the time.

Prime Minister of Finland announced she had married her long-term partner over the weekend. The couple, who have been together for 16 years and are parents to a two-year-old daughter, married at the prime minister’s official residence in Helsinki.

The wedding took place at Kesaranta the prime minister’s official residence on Saturday and was attended by the couple’s family and closest friends, Finland’s government said.