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Narendra Modi’s swearing-in-ceremony to be biggest event with 8,000 guests

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New Delhi: Nearly 8,000 guests will attend the swearing-in of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday, making it the biggest-ever event held in the historic premises.

While the guests attending the event will be treated to high tea, President Ram Nath Kovind will host a private dinner for the leaders from Bimstec countries as well as Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov and Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth – who have all confirmed their presence. Steel magnate L.N. Mittal is also expected to be present.

“It will be the biggest-ever event at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. 8,000 people are coming,” Ashok Malik, Press Secretary to the President, told media persons.

 

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The size of the gathering is seen as a reflection of the massive mandate received by Modi government in the Lok Sabha elections. Both the BJP and NDA have improved their tally compared to 2014.

The swearing-in will be held in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the same venue as in 2014. The event then was attended by about 5,000 guests.

The high tea will have snacks, including samosas, and paneer items apart from sweets, while at the President’s dinner, the visiting foreign dignitaries will be treated to “Dal Raisina” – a special delicacy of the Rashtrapati Bhavan that takes 48 hours to cook – among other delicacies.

 

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The Prime Minister will also attend the dinner, along with some officials. With the swearing-in scheduled for 7 p.m., dinner will be light as it will be served a little late in the evening.

The dinner will have both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options and include soup, fish, chicken, vegetables and the “Dal Raisina” – a variant of popular ‘maa ki dal’.

“It is a speciality of our kitchen. Its special recipe was developed here in Rashtrapati Bhavan. It takes 48 hours to prepare. The process of preparing it started on May 28 and it will be ready by tomorrow (Thursday),” Malik said.

 

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The Bimstec leaders attending the event include Bangladeshi President Abdul Hamid, Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, Myanmarese President U Win Myint, Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli and Bhutanese Prime Minister Lotay Tshering.

Thailand will be represented by its Special Enovy Grisada Boonrach.

The event will also be attended by leaders of political parties, Ambassadors and diplomats and celebrities from various fields.

 

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After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there is a demand for a ban on pubg

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Demand to ban Chinese goods continues to grow. After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there has been a demand to shut down Chinese games related to children.

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Information Technology on Tuesday demanded a ban on the popular but controversial Chinese game PubG among children. The agenda of the meeting was data privacy and data security.

Apart from this, some members expressed concern over the Chinese app being used in the country despite the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.

It most prominently referred to the cam scanner. The cam scanner is used to scan documents and photos on mobile and is also included in 59 restricted mobile apps.

Members particularly expressed concern that the police administration of the country is also using this app. The members were more worried about whether sensitive information was being stolen through this app.

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