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Narendra Modi and Trump will meet again, what will happen- Five big news

There will be a meeting between India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump on Tuesday. Modi and Trump will meet again, what will happen- Five big news

Narendra Modi and Trump will meet again, what will happen- Five big news

This visit is considered to be very important. Some agreements are expected to be reached between the two countries in the bilateral meeting.

Apart from this, Prime Minister Modi will also be awarded the Global Goalkeeper Award for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan by Gates Foundation.
According to this foundation, this award is given to a leader for his commitment to work effectively in his country or globally.
The central government led by Narendra Modi has formed a committee to conduct a survey of 50 thousand temples lying closed in Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking at a press conference in Bangalore, Union Minister of State for Home Kishan Reddy told that about 50 thousand temples are closed in Jammu and Kashmir, many of them have been destroyed. For information about the status of such temples, we have decided to conduct a survey.
In addition to these temples of Jammu and Kashmir, the central government is also surveying schools and cinema theatres.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat has said that for Hindus whose names are not included in the National Citizenship Register, it does not mean that they will be removed from the country.
Bhagwat said these things in the meeting of RSS officials in Kolkata. Actually, even after the final preparation of the national citizenship list in Assam, it does not include 19 lakh people, which largely includes Bengali Hindus.
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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has been demanding the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill which includes the granting of citizenship of India to non-Muslims of Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan easily.
The strike of banks on 26 and 27 September has been postponed. Bank unions had announced to go on strike in protest against the merger of 10 banks. But the bank union employees have decided to postpone the strike after their meeting with Finance Secretary Rajiv Kumar.
Bank unions say that the government has taken their demands seriously and has assured to consider them. Due to this strike, four days of the last week of September, the banks could not function, but now such a situation will not come.

Narendra Modi and Trump will meet again, what will happen- Five big news

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said that the world is aware of the threat of climate change, but much more still needs to be done.
Ending the one-day climate conference in New York, he said that the race against climate change can still be won.
Earlier, teenage activist Greta Toonbeerg had said that if leaders around the world fail to deal with climate change, then their generation will not forgive them. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi also addressed the conference.

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