Published: Fri, August 16, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi fears 'unchecked population explosion'

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi fears 'unchecked population explosion'

On Wednesday, Khan said he doesn't want war but Pakistan would "fight to the end" over Kashmir.

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached out to Afghanistan in his Independence Day speech, calling the country a "good neighbor of India".

In a national address from the Mughal-era Red Fort in New Delhi on Thursday, Mr Modi said the snap August 5 decision, which he hailed as a "major achievement", would help unify the country and restore the region to its "past glory".

The decision comes after China approached Poland, which holds the UNSC presidency this month, to discuss Pakistan's letter on India's move to revoke special status for J&K and bifurcate the state into two Union Territories. "We need to respect such families", Modi said. Critics have likened it to Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories.

Chamanlal, another resident of Nangi Tekri area, said, "Pakistan should understand that we are not like the old India that will stay quiet over these violations".

Many of the London protesters had come to the capital from other English cities on specially chartered buses.

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The network will launch fibre services on its birthday - with plans being priced between Rs 700 to Rs 10,000 per month. Ambani said that India was "data dark" before the entry of Jio, and its launch has made India "data-shining bright".

It was Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan who first popularised the slogan "Kashmir Banega Pakistan"(Kashmir will become Pakistan) soon after Benazir Bhutto took over as Pakistan's prime minister in 1988. He needs to bring back normalcy in the restive Kashmir region, create jobs, reduce hardship among millions of impoverished farmers, continue pushing welfare programs and revive India's slowing economy.

After finding that none of the other members of the Council wanted the full-fledged session that Pakistan had requested, China made its own request for the scaled-down closed-door consultation, which would preclude Pakistan speaking at it, according to a diplomat with knowledge of the Council workings.

"In the last 70 years, we became a $2 trillion economy, but in the last five years, we added $1 trillion to the economy". "I know people travel overseas for holidays but can we think of visiting at least 15 tourist destinations across India before 2022, when we mark 75 years of freedom", the PM said.

He said the issue related to changes in a temporary provision of the Constitution of India and was the sole prerogative of the country.

"12 days of curfew, presence of extra troops in an already heavily militarized occupied territory, sending in of RSS goons, complete communication blackout; with the example of Modi's earlier ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Gujarat", he said, referring to the killing of more than 1,000 people, a lot of them Muslims, in Gujarat when Modi was the state chief minister.

He also made a pitch for restructuring India's electoral system so that state and lower house of Parliament elections are held simultaneously rather than on separate timetables.

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