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Inside Track: Modi monitors | Opinion News, The Indian Express
Written by Coomi Kapoor |Updated: December 9, 2018 2:06:40 am
Coomi Kapoor has been a journalist for the last four decades. Her forte has been political reporting. She has witnessed the shifting power equations in the capital -- from Indira Gandhi’s regime to the rise of the Aam Aadmi Party. She is presently contributing editor to The Indian Express. Earlier, she worked for the newspaper as chief reporter, special correspondent and editor, Delhi. Coomi has worked in several publications in different capacities. She was principal correspondent, India Today, editor news, Sunday Mail, bureau chief, Indian Post and political editor, Illustrated Weekly. She has been writing a political diary in a lighter vein since 1985 and her syndicated column was carried by many newspapers. She was also stringer for The Times, London, and columnist for The Star, Malaysia.
Inside Track: Modi monitors
The Government of India’s calendar for next year is almost ready with photographs of Prime Minister Modi highlighting major social welfare schemes in the country.
Prime Minister Modi is known to be curious to see and know more about institutions and people he has to deal with, even if it is done informally. For instance, recently, while in a helicopter on his way back to Gandhinagar, he asked the pilot to divert the chopper so that it could make several rounds over a huge new Patel complex that is coming up near Kathiawar. Modi, who had to face the fury of the Patels in the last Gujarat Assembly elections, was keen to see the progress on the site, which will include a community centre and a temple. Last week, Supreme Court judges were taken aback when the Prime Minister turned up at the court on Sunday night at a routine dinner following an international judicial conference of judges of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC). Modi, who was invited as a matter of courtesy by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, reached at 8 pm, mingled with all the judges present and was reluctant to leave even after dinner. The PM asked Justice Gogoi if it was possible for him to visit Court Number 1 where important cases are heard. The room was opened after a frantic search for the chowkidar who had the key. Modi sat on the front bench and asked several questions about the proceedings. The PM had a cup of tea and stayed on till 10 pm.
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