Bold Decisions of Modi Government: Top 5 Decisions in Modi 2.0

Bold Decisions of Modi Government 2.0

In the first year of the Modi 2.0, the government has taken several key decisions that all bold decisions of modi government 2.0 are

  1. Abrogation of Article 370
  2. Criminalisation of Triple Talaq
  3. Anti-Terror Terrorism Law
  4. Citizenship (Amendment) Act
  5. Supreme Court verdict in the Ayodhya case as an incentive.

Bold Decisions of Modi Government

Bold Decisions of Modi Government

Article 370

Abrogation of Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, became a primary selling point for the Modi government which came within 100 days of coming back to power. The issue saw politicians divided into two camps, with the Modi government having an upper hand. Many from Congress and other parties sided with the BJP, leaving the opposition leaders baffled. The government said Article 370 abrogation was necessary for full integration of Kashmir into India. It also bifurcated the state into two Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir division and Ladakh division, sending a strong message to Pakistan that Delhi was prepared to retaliate in the same capacity. The BJP said that the decision was something that no other government had the courage to do so far. Both Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah didn’t bother about the opposition’s criticism and the decision was widely hailed by citizens. The massive support to the Modi government left the opposition, especially the Congress, embarrassed.


Triple Talaq

Another issue that left the opposition crumbling and gave the BJP an upper hand was the issue of triple talaq. The BJP government succeeded in criminalising the practice of instant divorce among Muslim men and successfully pushed through both houses of Parliament despite opposition from its own camp.



The Unlawful Activities Prevention Act was amended by the government to give more teeth to agencies. The opposition opposed this but Home Minister Amit Shah put up a strong defense. The government said amendment in the law was necessary to fight terror activities. The amendment conferred power to the government to designate an individual as a terrorist and seize their property. However, the opposition’s argument was flattened which called the amendment draconian.


Ram Mandir

Then came the Ram Mandir verdict. The construction of Ram Mandir has featured in every election manifesto of the BJP for decades but it won’t feature in election papers of the saffron party anymore as the issue was finally settled by the Supreme Court. The top court ruled in favour of the Ram Mandir which was criticised by many Muslim politicians and religious leaders the community. The verdict paved the way for the construction of a temple at the disputed site and the process has already begun.


Citizenship Act

Then came the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. The passage of CAA, which seeks to grant citizenship to non-Muslims from three neighbouring Muslim majority countries (Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh) on the ground of religious persecution, prompted intense violent protests. It was also one of the key promises made by the party in its manifesto. Opposition parties and social groups have argued that the NRC in conjunction with the CAA can be discriminatory, triggering violent protests. The protests prompted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to assert that his government has not discussed any move to implement the National Register of Citizens.

The man behind all such decisions was Amit Shah, the most trusted man of Modi. Shah had served as the Home minister of Gujarat when Modi was the Chief Minister. Between 2014 and 2019, Shah kept himself away from the government’s functioning but Modi roped in Shah after the 2019 victory, displaying his intention that the next five years will see some decisions that the previous governments lacked courage to do. Shah rightfully emerged as the second most visible and powerful voice of the government as he piloted the government’s decisions related to Jammu and Kashmir, UAPA and CAA among others.


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Banks in India: List of Banks in India in 2020

Banks in India are classified into four categories -


Banks in India


List of Banks in India in 2020


Anchor Bank Merged Banks Total Assets Branches Headquarter
Bank of Baroda (63.74%) Vijaya Bank

Dena Bank

₹16,130 billion (US$230 billion) 9,481 Vadodara,


Bank of India(87.054%) ₹9,030 billion (US$130 billion) 5,000 Mumbai,


Bank of Maharashtra (87.01%) ₹2,340 billion (US$33 billion) 1,897 Pune,


Canara Bank (72.55%) Syndicate Bank ₹15,203 billion (US$210 billion) 10,342 Bengaluru,


Central Bank of India (88.02%) ₹4,680 billion (US$66 billion) 4,666 Mumbai,


Indian Bank (81.73%) Allahabad Bank ₹8,080 billion (US$110 billion) 6,104 Chennai,

Tamil Nadu

Indian Overseas Bank (91%) ₹3,750 billion (US$53 billion) 3,400 Chennai,

Tamil Nadu

Punjab and Sind Bank (79.62%) ₹1,710 billion (US$24 billion) 1,554 New Delhi,


Punjab National Bank (70.22%) Oriental Bank of Commerce

United Bank of India

₹17,940 billion (US$250 billion) 11,437 New Delhi,


State Bank of India (61.00%) State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur

State Bank of Hyderabad

State Bank of Indore

State Bank of Mysore

State Bank of Patiala

State Bank of Saurashtra

State Bank of Travancore

Bhartiya Mahila Bank

₹52,050 billion (US$730 billion) 24,000 Mumbai,


UCO Bank (93.29%) ₹3,170 billion (US$44 billion) 4,000 Kolkata,

West Bengal

Union Bank of India (67.43%) Andhra Bank

Corporation Bank

₹14,594 billion (US$200 billion) 9,609 Mumbai,




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List of Indian States And Union Territories By GDP

Indian States And union Territories By GDP or Gross State Domestic Product

These are lists of Indian states and union territories by GDP or by their nominal gross state domestic product (GSDP). GSDP is the sum of all value added by industries within each state or union territory and serves as a counterpart to the national gross domestic product (GDP).

Indian Territories by GDP

In India, the Government accounts for around 21% of the GDP, Agriculture accounts for 21%, the corporate sector accounts for 12% and the balance 48% of the GDP is sourced from small proprietorship and partnership companies, the so-called unorganized sector and households



The following list gives the latest available gross state domestic product (GSDP) figures for all Indian States and Union Territories at current prices in crores (units of 10 million) or lakh crores (units of 1 trillion) of Indian rupees.



List of Gross State Domestic Product in 2020


Rank State/Union territory Nominal GDP
(Trillion INR, lakh crore ₹)
1 Maharashtra ₹32.24 lakh crore (US$450 billion)
2 Tamil Nadu ₹20.91 lakh crore (US$290 billion)
3 Gujarat ₹18.85 lakh crore (US$260 billion)
4 Karnataka ₹18.05 lakh crore (US$250 billion)
5 Uttar Pradesh ₹17.91 lakh crore (US$250 billion)
6 West Bengal ₹14.70 lakh crore (US$210 billion)
7 Rajasthan ₹11.33 lakh crore (US$160 billion)
8 Telangana ₹11.08 lakh crore (US$160 billion)
9 Andhra Pradesh ₹10.81 lakh crore (US$150 billion)
10 Kerala ₹9.78 lakh crore (US$140 billion)
11 Madhya Pradesh ₹9.62 lakh crore (US$130 billion)
12 Haryana ₹9.40 lakh crore (US$130 billion)
13 Delhi ₹8.56 lakh crore (US$120 billion)
14 Bihar ₹6.86 lakh crore (US$96 billion)
15 Punjab ₹6.44 lakh crore (US$90 billion)
16 Odisha ₹5.85 lakh crore (US$82 billion)
17 Assam ₹4.09 lakh crore (US$57 billion)
18 Jharkhand ₹3.83 lakh crore (US$54 billion)
19 Chhattisgarh ₹3.62 lakh crore (US$51 billion)
20 Uttarakhand ₹2.93 lakh crore (US$41 billion)
21 Himachal Pradesh ₹1.82 lakh crore (US$26 billion)
22 Jammu and Kashmir ₹1.38 lakh crore (US$19 billion)
23 Goa ₹0.772 lakh crore (US$11 billion)
24 Tripura ₹0.461 lakh crore (US$6.5 billion)
25 Puducherry ₹0.359 lakh crore (US$5.0 billion)
26 Meghalaya ₹0.330 lakh crore (US$4.6 billion)
27 Chandigarh ₹0.318 lakh crore (US$4.5 billion)
28 Arunachal Pradesh ₹0.234 lakh crore (US$3.3 billion)
29 Manipur ₹0.231 lakh crore (US$3.2 billion)
30 Sikkim ₹0.222 lakh crore (US$3.1 billion)
31 Nagaland ₹0.215 lakh crore (US$3.0 billion)
32 Mizoram ₹0.176 lakh crore (US$2.5 billion)
33 Andaman and Nicobar Islands ₹0.066 lakh crore (US$930 million)
India ₹231.85 lakh crore (US$3.3 trillion)




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