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Exactly 22 years ago on this day, Narendra Modi stepped into the Gujarat Assembly as an MLA for the first time. On the 24th of February 2002, began the electoral journey of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His victory in the by-election from Rajkot II assembly constituency by a margin of 14,728 votes was very impressive.

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February 24: PM Modi's Electoral Journey Began Exactly 22 Years Ago On This Day In 2002
Assam repeals Muslim Marriage Act In Major Step Ahead Of Uniform Civil Code Implementation
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In a major development, the long-standing Assam Muslim Marriage and Divorce Registration Act of 1935 has been repealed by the state government on Friday. The decision was taken during a state cabinet meeting on Friday night chaired by Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Know About Blue Aadhaar Card or ‘Baal Aadhaar’ For Children
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Aadhaar serves as a crucial identity proof in India as it includes key details like name, permanent address, date of birth and a 12-digit number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

‘Delhi Chalo’ Protest By Farmers Suspended For 2 Days, Central Govt Says ‘Ready For Talks’
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Farmers on Wednesday announced to suspend the 'Delhi Chalo' march for two days, informing that they will decide their next course of action on Friday evening. The decision was announced by farmers' leader Sarwan Singh Pandher while addressing the media.

February 24: PM Modi's Electoral Journey Began Exactly 22 Years Ago On This Day In 2002
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Exactly 22 years ago on this day, Narendra Modi stepped into the Gujarat Assembly as an MLA for the first time. On the 24th of February 2002, began the electoral journey of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His victory in the by-election from Rajkot II assembly constituency by a margin of 14,728 votes was very impressive.

Assam repeals Muslim Marriage Act In Major Step Ahead Of Uniform Civil Code Implementation
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In a major development, the long-standing Assam Muslim Marriage and Divorce Registration Act of 1935 has been repealed by the state government on Friday. The decision was taken during a state cabinet meeting on Friday night chaired by Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

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