Climate change impacted world, greenery can solve this crisis: Amit Shah

NEW DELHI: Union home minister Amit Shah on Thursday said climate change has impacted the world and only greenery is the solution to this crisis. Launching a tree plantation campaign (Vriksharopan Abhiyan) of the ministry of coal, he said the Indian culture has emphasised that one must not exploit nature but instead must support it. Shah also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of six eco-parks and tourism sites, according to a home ministry statement. The tree plantation campaign was conducted at more than 130 locations spread in 38 districts…

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Meghalaya floods: Amit Shah assures all possible help to state govt | India News

NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday condoled the loss of lives due to floods in West Garo Hills, Meghalaya and assured all possible help to the state government. “Loss of lives due to the floods in West Garo Hills, Meghalaya is very disturbing. I have spoken to Chief Minister Sangma Conrad and assured him all possible help from the Centre,” Shah said. “Nation stands resolutely with the people of Meghalaya in these trying times,” he added. At least five people have lost their lives and over a…

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AAP Or BJP? Counting Of Votes For Delhi Elections Tomorrow

Delhi election 2020: CRPF personnel guard an EVM strongroom in Delhi. Highlights Delhi assembly elections this year saw 62.59 per cent voter turnout Exit polls suggested clear win for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) BJP thrashed the exit polls, claimed to win 48 seats New Delhi: Counting of votes for the closely watched Delhi assembly election 2020 will start on Tuesday morning, and the results are expected to be declared the same evening. Around 21 counting centres have been set up for the purpose. The election was held on Saturday, with…

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BJP Tweets Delhi Polls Video with Advice On NPR: Keep Documents Safe

The video tweet showed a long queue of Muslim voters holding up their Voter ID cards. New Delhi: Even as thousands came out to vote in the Delhi elections, the Karnataka unit of the BJP today tweeted out a video clip of a long queue of Muslim women voters along with a suggestion that they keep their identification cards “safe” for the impending National Population Register exercise. “Kaagaz Nahi Dikhayenge Hum!!” the tweet said tauntingly. “Keep the documents safe, you will need to show them again during NPR exercise.”  The…

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