In Pictures: PM Modi pays visit to construction site of new Parliament building in Delhi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday evening inspected the construction site of the new Parliament building. Image Credit: Twitter/@ANI
On 4 February, the Bhoomi Poojan ceremony of Central Vista Avenue was performed by then Union Minister of State with Independent charge Hardeep S Puri and other senior officers of the Ministry at India Gate, New Delhi. With this ceremony, the work started for the development/ Redevelopment of Central Vista Avenue. Twitter/@ANI
Central Vista Avenue starts from North and South Block to India Gate.It includes the Rajpath, its adjoining lawns and canals, rows of tree, Vijay Chowk and the India Gate plaza that is a three-kilometre stretch. Image Credit: Twitter/ ANI
This was originally designed to be a grand processional pathway to the Viceroy's House during the British Raj. It was appropriated by the people of India and their government at Independence. News18
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Keir Starmer have laid flowers at the scene where a Tory MP was stabbed to death on Friday. Mr Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel arrived in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on Saturday morning to pay tribute to Sir David Amess. The Prime Minister laid a wreath at the front of Belfairs Methodist Church, where Sir David was attacked.
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The attack on Amess, from Johnson's Conservative Party, comes five years after the murder of Jo Cox, a lawmaker from the opposition Labour Party, and has prompted a review of the security of elected politicians.Amess, 69, was knifed repeatedly in the attack at about midday on Friday (October 15) in Leigh-on-Sea, east of London, during a meeting with constituents.Police arrested a 25-year-old British man at the scene on suspicion of murder, adding it is believed he acted alone.In a statement early on Saturday, police said the early investigation had revealed a potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism.Johnson, interior minister Priti Patel, and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer were among those to lay flowers in tribute to Amess at the scene of the murder.Johnson and Starmer stood side by side in a moment of silence before leaving. On Friday, Johnson said Britain had lost a fine public servant and a much-loved friend and colleague.As tributes poured in for Amess, politicians described the attack as an assault on democracy. Patel has said she will review the safety of elected politicians.