Top 5 stories of the day: PM Modi on 'Mann Ki Baat', AAP vs Centre war and more
Updated On : 26 Jun 2016,08:37 PM
In his radio programme, 'Mann ki Baat', Prime Minister Narendra Modi today firmly urged people to come clean by September 30 and declare their assets. People with undisclosed assets have an opportunity to declare their assets before 30th September, PM said.
The European Parliament’s chief called today for British Prime Minister David Cameron to begin formal proceedings to leave the EU at a summit this week. Martin Schulz told German newspaper Bild am Sonntag that a period of limbo over Brexit would “lead to even more insecurity and thus endanger jobs”. “Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of the British conservatives hurts everyone,” he said. “That is why we expect the British government to now deliver. The summit on Tuesday is the right time.”
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today held a protest march to 7RCR along with AAP MLAs to surrender himself before PM. This was in the wake of a complaint filed by the president of the Ghazipur Vegetable Market Association against accusing him of intimidating the businessmen during his official visit there.
In a new boost to the India’s dreams to enter the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the group is likely to meet again before the end of the year to specially discuss the process for allowing non-NPT signatories into the 48-nation grouping. In the face of strong opposition from China and a few other countries including Brazil and Switzerland, India's application for membership did not go through at the NSG plenary which concluded in Seoul two days back.