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Natwar Singh's claims are marketing tactics: Manmohan Singh
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Natwar Singh's claims are marketing tactics: Manmohan Singh

Amid a row over Natwar Singh’s comments about Sonia Gandhi in his book, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday said it was a bid to market his product and dismissed his contention that PMO files were sent to the Congress president for approval. He also used the occasion to attack his former media adviser Sanjaya Baru, saying he too had tried to market his book by making certain claims. “This is their way of trying to market their product,” the former PM said. He was ... Rediff.com, 22 hours ago
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Keep army out of politics, Lt Gen Suhag?s appointment is final: Jaitley

“The appointment of Lieutenant General Dalbir Singh Suhag as the Army Chief is final and the government stands by it,” Jaitley told the Rajya Sabha. “The UPA government had made the appointment of the Army Chief some weeks ago. We must keep ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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Natwar's claims will hugely help Modi

Some analysts believe that it suits Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this stage to debunk the image of Sonia Gandhi as a woman who declined the prime ministership of the country with great personal sacrifice, just as it would suit him to portray Rahul as a coward who was afraid his mother would be killed --  claims made by former Union minister Natwar Singh in his yet-to-be-released book. Rediff.com contributor Renu Mittal reports. Former Union minister Natwar Singh has set the cat amongst ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Is Modi being considerate to Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa?  Rediff.com1 month ago Modi's PMO gets control of official Twitter handle  Rediff.com2 months ago
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So how is the Modi sarkar doing?

The kind of people Narendra Modi has chosen, the decisions he has taken and the rail and central budgets suggest that he is treading carefully in New Delhi. There is less of innovation and more of continuity, so far. He is not ready to rock the boat and start from scratch, says Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com. So how is the Modi sarkar doing? This is the most-often asked question these days, laced with a million hopes, anxiety, anticipation, and a tinge of worry too, by people cutting across class, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Who is Ved Pratap Vaidik, the man in the eye of the storm?

New Delhi : Journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik Vaidik, who stoked a controversy after meeting the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack accused Hafeez Saeed, is known to be close to yoga guru Ramdev. The meeting has given enough ammo to Congress to corner the Narendra Modi ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
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Amit Shah wins his next gamble

Amit Shah is the man of the moment. The architect of the BJP’s stunning transformation in the Hindi heartland during the Lok Sabha elections has emerged as the CEO of Modi’s political dreams and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s cultural passion, says Sheela Bhatt. Amit Shah has created history for the second time in less than two months. On the eve of the completion of an eventful first month by the Modi sarkar, an extraordinary meeting took place in Chittor, ...
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A 'corporate hand' behind the 'foreign hand'?

It is regrettable that the IB has tried to devalue the expertise available both within the concerned ministry and in the scientific community by its allegations. Governments and NGOs in many western nations have not been accused of being ‘anti-national’ when they put their foot down on questionable practices by cash rich agri-business companies, says Rashme Sehgal. Considerable controversy has arisen around the recent Intelligence Bureau report that blames a number of NGOs for ...
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Students left in lurch as UGC, Delhi university spar over FYUP

The fight over FYUP is between a highly controversial decision taken during the United Progressive Alliance rule and how the National Democratic Alliance government perceives it and how it is determined to resolve it in its own way, reports Sheela Bhatt. The is a moment of collective shame,” said Apoorvanand, professor of Hindi in DelhiUniversity and a well-known social activist. He was speaking to Rediff.com about the mess created by the hasty introduction of the Four Year ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Russia eyes gas pipeline deal with India

After it warmed up to China with a $400-billion gas deal, Russia is likely to have India as the next stop for expansion of its hydrocarbon market. During his scheduled India visit towards the end of the year, Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to discuss plans to build a gas pipeline to the country via China. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Russian counterpart Alexander Novak met this week on the sidelines of the World Petroleum Conference in Moscow. The pipeline, either ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Reforms in right direction

With the change of guard at the Centre, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is off to good start for streamlining the governance with all zest and zeal, which is encouraging and boosts the morale for reforms.   Modi is of the firm opinion that ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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