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PM Modi launches crash course to train 1L COVID-19 frontline workers

PM Modi launches crash course to train 1L COVID-19 frontline workers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched six customized crash course programme for COVID-19 frontline workers under Skill India via video conferencing that aims to skill and upskill over one lakh “Covid warriors” across the count. “We are working towards preparing 1 lakh frontline workers in the country,” said Prime

PM to launch ‘Customised Crash Course’ for COVID-19 frontline workers

PM to launch ‘Customised Crash Course’ for COVID-19 frontline workers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch a “Customized Crash Course Programme for Covid 19 Frontline Workers” on June 18. The Government of India had earlier announced that it would train over 1 lakh Covid frontline workers. The programme, which will start at 111 training centres spread over 26 states, aims

“One Earth One Health”: PM’s message to G7 leaders amid pandemic

“One Earth One Health”: PM’s message to G7 leaders amid pandemic

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has committed the country’s support for “collective endeavours” to improve global health governance and emphasised the need for a “One Earth One Health” approach to this. Speaking virtually at the first Outreach Session of the G7 Summit on Saturday, he expressed appreciation for its

“Not Like I Met Nawaz Sharif”: CM Thackeray after face-time with PM

“Not Like I Met Nawaz Sharif”: CM Thackeray after face-time with PM

New Delhi: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray met Prime Minister Narendra Modi today and discussed issues related to the Maratha reservation, Metro car shed and GST compensation, news agency PTI reported. Deputy Chief Minister and senior NCP leader Ajit Pawar, and senior Congress leader Ashok Chavan accompanied Thackeray. “Discussed issues

Lakshadweep draft laws disturbing, arbitrary: 93 ex-civil servants write to PM

Lakshadweep draft laws disturbing, arbitrary: 93 ex-civil servants write to PM

Thiruvananthapuram: 93 retired top civil servants from across the country have signed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi against a series of controversial decisions by Lakshadweep’s administrator Praful Patel.the letter from the Constitutional Conduct Group states that they are not affiliated to any political party but believe in neutrality

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