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South Australian Premier Mr. Mike Rann along with a business delegation headed by him today called on Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. Mr.Rann expressed interest in partnering with the State especially in the areas of ship building, coast development, manufacturing of defense equipments and human resource development.

Mr. Rann praised the optimistic atmosphere that is prevailing in the state for development. Mr. Rann showed interest in the State's initiatives in tackling the issues of environment especially the state's initiatives in the field of solar energy. He also discussed the possibilities of partnering with the state in the area of environment protection and solar energy.

GIDC Managing Director Mr. B B Swain and Mr Mukeshkumar of INDEXT-B was also present on the occasion.

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PM congratulates Speaker Shri Om Birla for completing two years in office
June 19, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated, Lok Sabha Speaker Shri Om Birla for completing two years in office.
In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said:

"Over the last two years, Shri @ombirlakota Ji has ushered in a series of steps that have enriched our Parliamentary democracy and enhanced productivity, leading to the passage of many historic as well as pro-people legislations. Congratulations to him!

It is worth noting that Shri @ombirlakota Ji has placed special emphasis on giving first time MPs, young MPs and women MPs the opportunity to speak on the floor of the House. He has also strengthened the various Committees, whose role in our democracy is vital."