Nandan Nilekani calls on Chief Minister

Published By : Admin | December 8, 2009 | 10:41 IST
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Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Chairman Nandan Nilekani yesterday called on Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi and explained to him the concept of the project launched by the government.

Mr. Nilekani had an hour-long meeting with the Chief Minister during which he explained the entire concept of the card to be given to all citizens of the country.

Moreover, Mr. Nilekani also had a meeting with senior secretaries of the state government regarding the project and explained how it could be implemented across the country.

Mr. Nilekani explained the concept of the project and its benefits once all citizens are given the multipurpose card. He also explained the process of implementing the project in the country.

According to him, during the meeting, Shri Narendra Modi asked some questions regarding the project and its implementation.

 

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal at the 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai. The Prime Minister also appreciated the people and the Government of Tamil Nadu for hosting the 44th Chess Olympiad and welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.

The Prime Minister tweeted;

“The just-concluded 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai witnessed encouraging performances by the Indian contingent. I congratulate the India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal. This augurs well for the future of Chess in India.”

I congratulate Gukesh D, Nihal Sarin, Arjun Erigaisi, Praggnanandhaa, Vaishali, Tania Sachdev and Divya Deshmukh from our contingent who won board medals. These are outstanding players who have shown remarkable grit and tenacity. Best wishes for their future endeavours.”

“The people and Government of Tamil Nadu have been excellent hosts of the 44th Chess Olympiad. I would like to appreciate them for welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.”