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Congress questions Centre's claim on 750 MW Rewa solar project as 'Asia's largest', says 2000 MW park already in K'taka

DNA Friday, 10 July 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday dedicated to the nation the 750 MW Rewa solar power project via video conference.
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News video: ‘Sure, pure & secure’: PM Modi inaugurates Asia’s largest solar plant in MP’s Rewa

‘Sure, pure & secure’: PM Modi inaugurates Asia’s largest solar plant in MP’s Rewa 07:22

PM Modi inaugurated the Ultra Mega Solar Power Project, Asia’s largest solar plant project, in MP’s Rewa. “Solar energy is going to be a major medium of energy needs not only today but in the 21st century. Because solar energy is sure, pure and secure,” the Prime Minister said. Watch the full...

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Solar power is sure, pure and secure: PM Modi [Video]

Solar power is sure, pure and secure: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 10 during inauguration of 750 MW Solar Project via video conferencing said solar energy is the medium of energy needs of the 21st century. "Not just for the present, solar energy will be a medium of energy needs of the 21st century because solar power is sure, pure and secure," said Prime Minister after dedicating to the nation the 750 MW Solar Project set up at Rewa, Madhya Pradesh.

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PM Modi inaugurates 750 MW Solar Project set up in MP's Rewa [Video]

PM Modi inaugurates 750 MW Solar Project set up in MP's Rewa

Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated the 750 MW Solar Project set up at Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, via video conferencing on July 10. MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and several union ministers took part in the event.

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India-China faceoff: Shivraj Chouhan announces ex-gratia, job to kin of Naik Deepak Kumar from Rewa [Video]

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Condoling over the loss of life of Naik Deepak Kumar from Rewa in face-off with Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, on June 18 announced an ex-gratia of Rs 1 crore, a house or plot and a government job to one member of his family. He said, "Naik Deepak Kumar from Rewa, who lost his life in Galwan Valley Clash will always be remembered for his supreme sacrifice. The entire country stands with his family. We've announced an ex-gratia of Rs 1 cr, a house or plot and a govt job to one member of his family." 20 Indian Army soldiers lost their lives in Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 16 after violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops. The Chinese side also suffered casualties in the clash.

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An Indian National Congress party leader was booked by Madhya Pradesh police over a complaint by a Bharatiya Janata Party leader. Jitu Patwari was booked for allegedly posting a 'tampered' photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media. The post contained an image of the Prime Minister conducting 'bhumi pujan' or ground-breaking at the Ram temple site in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya on August 5. Police filed a First Information Report (FIR) over a complaint by BJP's Gaurav Randive. He accused Patwari of igniting public passions and tampering photographs. The police mentioned Indian Penal Code Sections 464 and 181 which refer to making a false document and statement. Watch the full video for more.

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PM Modi inaugurates submarine Optical Fibre Cable connecting Chennai, Port Blair [Video]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 10 virtually inaugurated the submarine Optical Fibre Cable connecting Chennai and Port Blair. Optical Fibre Cable in Andaman and Nicobar Islands will ensure high speed broadband connectivity.

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