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Rule googly in retro tax
Calcutta Telegraph

Rule googly in retro tax

New Delhi, May 23: The retrospective tax amendment that the UPA government passed in 2012 to nullify the Supreme Court verdict in the Vodafone case is about to take a new turn with the Narendra Modi government floating a discussion paper to frame ... Calcutta Telegraph, 22 hours ago

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Amit Shah blames Congress for Centre's difficulty in working for poor

"The UPA government had left us with empty coffers because of which it was not possible for the present government to do anything for the poor," Shah said speaking at the launch of the second phase of 'Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana' at Dahod in ...
 India Today1 week ago 6cr women will get LPG access  Yahoo! India1 week ago UPA left empty coffers: BJP prez Amit Shah  Financial Express1 week ago We've failed to help the poor because UPA govt left India penniless, says Amit Shah  Economic Times1 week ago

Pathankot attack handler was freed by UPA govt as 'goodwill gesture' in 2010

As part of efforts to develop ties with Pakistan, the UPA government had in 2010, reportedly freed Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) terrorist Shahid Latif, the chief handler of the fidayeen squad that attacked the Pathankot airbase in January. According to ...
 DNA India1 week ago Pathankot handler was freed by UPA in 2010  Times of India1 week ago
The Hindu

Chandrababu Naidu presents wish list to Modi

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister blames previous UPA government for the ills plaguing State. Reiterating the request for Special Category Status to the State, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has said the coveted status will go a ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Naidu presents wish list to Modi  The Hindu6 days ago The Uttarakhand disaster  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago

UPA govt had released Pathankot attack handler as a goodwill gesture in 2010

In a bid to improve ties with Pakistan, the Manmohan Singh-led UPA government in 2010 had released alleged Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) terrorist Shahid Latif, handler of the terrorist group that attacked Pathankot air base on 2 January, said reports. If the ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago The Man Who Coordinated The Pathankot Attacks Was Released By The UPA In 2010 As A Goodwill Gesture To Pak  Indiatimes1 week ago UPA had freed Pathankot handler as 'goodwill gesture'  Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago Pathankot Attack: A price India paid for 'a Goodwill Gesture' in 2010  Oneindia1 week ago

Pathankot attack coordinator had been freed by UPA in 2010 to mend ties with Pakistan: Report

Shahid Latif, a member of Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) and accused of coordinating the Pathankot airbase attack in January, had been reportedly released by the UPA government in 2010 in an effort to mend relations with Pakistan. Latif was freed on 28 ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago In Pathankot Attack, Key Role Of Terrorist Released By Congress Government  Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago

AgustaWestland and other defence deals: Question mark over the honesty of Manmohan Singh and A.K. Antony

It's not only the AgustaWestland scam that was exposed, but, questions are being raised on UPA era's Pilatus and Rafale deals also. Although these two deals were struck off by the NDA government, but, a relook on these deals is seriously being ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago UPA 2 helicopter probe moved at a snail's pace  HT Syndication3 weeks ago UPA 2's AgustaWestland probe moved at a snail's pace  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Clean Comparison

The Clean India programme of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi is a continuation of UPA Government Nirmal Bharat Yojna to abolish the rural system of open air defecation. Originally it was the Scheme of Union Rural Development Ministry and its ...
 Central Chronicle2 weeks ago Has Modi met the soldiers' expectations?  Rediff.com10 hours ago Ajai Shukla: Mr Modi's defence report card  Business Standard India1 day ago Mr Modi's defence report card  South Asia Monitor13 hours ago

UPA strengthened Pakistan's theory of Hindu terror, says BJP

IANS New Delhi, May 14 (IANS) Hitting back at the Congress for targeting the NIA and the NDA government over a clean chit to Malegaon blast accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and five others, the BJP said on Saturday that the then Congress ...
 IANS Live1 week ago Wrong to equate Hindutva with terror, says Shiv Sena  IANS Live1 week ago Congress had strengthened Pakistan's theory of Hindu terror: BJP  Kashmir Times1 week ago
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Why was Sonia silent on graft during UPA rule, asks Amit Shah

PALAKKAD: Why is it that Congress leader Sonia Gandhi who speaks of her love for the nation now, did not show that love for the country during the decade-long UPA rule when corrupt deals involving crores were committed, asked BJP national president ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Everyone is aware of Sonia's love for country, son and National Herald, says Amit Shah  MSN News US1 week ago Amit Shah questions Sonia Gandhi's 'love for India' talk  Times of India1 week ago Sonia's love for National Herald, her son known  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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