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Mahinda Rajapaksa Resigns 2022
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Mahinda Rajapaksa Resigns 2022

Mahinda Rajapaksa Resigns 2022 as a Prime Minister Sir Lanka following weeks off anti government protests the senior Rajapaksa had initially resisted calls from the opposition step down but now it seems the public pressure has forced him to throw in his towel. Reports say President Gotabaya Rajapaksa asked the prime Minister to resign at a special cabinet meeting. Mahinda served as a President of Sri Lanka from the year 2005 to 2015. The country foreign reserves are down below 50 million US dollars and the country is asking the IMF and also other countries to assist them, come out of this crisis and this has triggered massive anti government across the island just last week the opposition field two no confidence motion in parliament one was against the president and other was against t...
Constitution of India Celebration in Parliament President Ram Nath Kovind And Prime Minister Narendra Modi was Speaked
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Constitution of India Celebration in Parliament President Ram Nath Kovind And Prime Minister Narendra Modi was Speaked

Constitution of India, President Ram Nath Kovind would head the Constitution Day events on Friday, reading the Preamble in the Main Hall of Parliament, wherein Narendra Modi will speak a prestigious assemblage. President Ram Nath Kovind will deliver a speech to the nation, after which the public will be invited to participate in a live cast of the Constitution and bill of rights Preamble. President Kovind will later release a digital edition of the Constituent Assembly Discussions at the Main Hall of Parliament House, as per an announcement from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). The paper is an upgraded version of the text laying out the structure of the country's fundamental political law, which includes all revisions to date, as well as a digital site of a calligraphed edition of th...
Why did India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi reverse back onerous reforms?
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Why did India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi reverse back onerous reforms?

Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister to abolish the disputed farm laws is both a strategic and political move. It is as well as a belated acknowledgment of the government's haste, high-handedness, and lack of legislative acumen. The rules aimed at deregulating the market had sparked an unprecedented wave of protests in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, posing a serious threat to Mr. Modi. Farmers and civil society were mobilized in Sikh-majority Punjab, and the movement swiftly expanded to portions of Uttar Pradesh, which will hold critical elections early next year. Mr. Modi's government, taken aback, began calling demonstrators names and steadfastly maintained its position. The BJP has been working hard to appease the Sikhs, who were not expecting such a backlash. Increased agricult...