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    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: India, whether UPA or NDA government, never opposed dialogue (with Pakistan). It is the consistent policy of the country, not Modi government or Manmohan Singh government. We only say one thing that amid the noise of bombs and guns, the dialogue cannot be heard
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    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: India should be judged on the basis of its response in Doklam. And nothing has happened with India that can be considered as deceit, but our principled position has been that we want friendly relations with neighbours, says PM Modi on Doklam

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    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: If a Congress worker turns up to be Christian Michel’s lawyer, then it is worrying. People should be proud a ‘razdaar’ has come, now there will be legal inquiry and the truth will come out. Instead of that, you are sending lawyers from your party to support Michel

  • 7:07 PM IST

    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: Congress game is different. It is a speciality of Congress-led alliance that allies are those who have come out of Congress after raising their voice against the Congress or emerged because of Congress-opposition. So when they approach the Congress, Congress usurps them

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    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: In 2014, we got full majority, but we adhered to the coalition dharma. Took everyone together. Even today when we run the Govt, there is consensus in decision-making. Our allies wish to grow & we too want them to grow. We do not want that we should grow at cost of allies, says PM Modi on dissenting NDA allies.

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    PM Modi Interview to ANI Live Updates: These are two separate things.Most Islamic countries have banned triple talaq. So it is not a matter of religion or faith. It is an issue of gender equality,matter of social justice. It is not an issue of faith, says PM Modi on Triple Talaq

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made it clear that the government will take a decision on bringing an ordinance for the construction of Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya only after the legal process is over.

He also suggested that the judicial process was being slowed down because Congress lawyers were creating “obstacles” in the Supreme Court.

In an exclusive interview to ANI, PM Modi clarified that the government will wait for the Supreme Court’s verdict on the contentious Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute.

PM Modi is expected to speak on a range of issues on Tuesday, ranging from the 2019 Lok Sabha elections to the politically-sensitive Ram temple issue.

On the first day of 2019, PM Modi is speaking at an exclusive interview to ANI.