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The UPA had a pen­chant for min­is­te­rial groups to tackle thorny and in­ter-min­istry is­sues. The NDA is

ex­pected to group around Modi’s PMO PA-IIshowedapen­chant also en­gaged with these is­sues. It was only for set­ting up min­is­tein the sec­ond half of UPA-II’s ten­ure that rial groups to re­solve the Prime Min­is­ter’s Of­fice (PMO) started is­sues. These groups were of two as­sert­ing it­self in de­ci­sion-mak­ing. Un­der kinds—one whose rec­om­men­daModi, the PMO is ex­pected to be the cen­tre tion was not bind­ing (group of mi­nof power, the en­gine of gov­er­nance; and it is­ters) and an­other whose recom­me­nis look­ing to hit the ground run­ning with da­tion was bind­ing (em­pow­ered group de­ci­sions, pro­nounce­ments and nudges of min­is­ters). Key cab­i­net min­is­ters, bethat are as much about how they look as sides han­dling their as­signed portfolios, about what they seek to do. GROUP OF MIN­IS­TERS Is­sues in the civil avi­a­tion sec­tor Func­tion­ing of Prasar Bharati Is­su­ing res­i­dent iden­tity cards to In­di­ans above the age of 18 years Re­viv­ing BSNL and MTNL Re­vi­sion of buf­fer norms of food­grains in cen­tral pool EM­POW­ERED GROUP OF MIN­IS­TERS Gas pric­ing and commercial use of gas Ul­tra-mega power projects Auc­tion of 3G tele­com spec­trum Strate­gic and power gen­er­a­tion projects in Arunachal Pradesh Dam­age to stand­ing crops in dif­fer­ent


Aver­age portfolios per min­is­ter


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