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Centre to give Rs 5 lakh compensation to kin of 1984 riot victims
Deccan Chronicle

Centre to give Rs 5 lakh compensation to kin of 1984 riot victims

In 2006, the UPA government led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had announced a package of Rs 717 crore which included monetary compensation of Rs 3.5 lakh to each killed in the riots besides financial assistance to injured and those who had lost ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago

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Institute in Pakistan shows Manmohan Singh as Pakistan Prez

Manmohan Singh In an embarrassing blunder, a leading Pakistani economic institute invited “President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Manmohan Singh” to preside over its annual convocation next week, a media report said on Friday. Pakistan Institute of ...
 Asian Age6 days ago Pak Institute Invites 'Pakistan Prez' Manmohan Singh!  Outlook1 week ago Pak institute shows Manmohan Singh as president of Pakistan!  Business Standard1 week ago Manmohan Singh Pakistan's president according to PIDE  Dunya News1 week ago
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Black money list: Ram Jethmalani slams Narendra Modi govt, says stand worse than Manmohan Singh's UPA

Ram Jethmalani, who raked up the black money issue in the Supreme Court, today accused the Narendra Modi government of "resiling and even going back" on the stand taken by then PM Manmohan SIngh's UPA regime for disclosing all information and ...
 Financial Express4 days ago Narendra Modi does a Manmohan Singh, refuses to reveal black money culprits name  Financial Express2 weeks ago Black money and black holes  Business Standard India18 hours ago "Modi govt cannot be relied on black money issue"  Press Trust of India2 days ago

Do Not Have Foreign Bank Account: UPA Minister Preneet Kaur

File photo of Ms Preneet Kaur New Delhi : A minister in Dr Manmohan Singh's government today confirmed to NDTV that she is being investigated for holding black money abroad, a charge she firmly denied. "In keeping with my reply to the IT (Income ...
 NDTV5 days ago UPA minister jumps the gun, denies having a/c  The Freepress Journal4 days ago

SC bins plea against Singh

The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition seeking former Prime Minister Manmohan Singhs prosecution for alleged criminal complicity in the allotment of some of the coal blocks declared illegal and cancelled. Advocate M.L. Sharma, one of the two petitioners ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Manmohan govt prescribed jugaad and applauded it: Rai  Times of India1 month ago My father has a mind of his own: Manmohan's daughter on memoir  Rediff.com1 month ago Manmohan Singh Yet to Make Up His Mind About Writng Memoir: Daughter  Outlook1 month ago
Times of India

Now, Modi govt too refuses to name foreign bank account holders

“They are adopting the stand which was a result of a fraud played on the country by the Manmohan Singh govt,” Ram Jethmalani told reporters.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Action more important than disclosure of names  Nagaland Post2 days ago Action more important  Deccan Herald2 days ago India releases list of 627 tax evaders  Press TV2 days ago
IndiaTV News

Coal scam: SC refuses to bring ex-coal ministers, Manmohan Singh under scanner

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has refused to bring former coal ministers including ex-Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who had held the portfolio during the previous UPA government, under scrutiny for criminal liabilities in the coal blocks allocation scam."We ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago SC refuses to bring ex-coal ministers, Manmohan under scanner  Business Standard2 weeks ago Coal scam: SC refuses to bring Manmohan Singh, ex-coal ministers under scanner  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Supreme Court refuses to bring ex-coal ministers, Manmohan Singh under scanner  Economic Times2 weeks ago

PMO seeks to justify Gandhisomission

Mrs Gandhi had on May 21 sent a letter to the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asking her to relieve from the responsibilities of the member of the committee, which was constituted by the
 Asian Age1 week ago PMO: Sonia opted out of committee in May  The Statesman1 week ago PMO seeks to justify exclusion of Gandhi family  Press Trust of India1 week ago PMO justifies exclusion of Gandhi family in Nehru panel  Rediff.com1 week ago

No Gandhis in government’s Jawaharlal Nehru anniversary panel

Sonia, who was part of the committee constituted by UPA under ex-PM Manmohan Singh, quit after Congress's debacle in the May elections. NEW DELHI: CongresspresidentSonia Gandhi is not part of the new official committee to plan the celebrations of the 125th ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Modi to head panel on Nehru's anniversary, no Gandhi family representative

The Committee was set up during the previous UPA government and was headed by Manmohan Singh. The reconstituted committee has Modi as Chairman while Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, HRD ...
 IBN Live1 week ago No place for Gandhis in new panel for Nehru!  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Gandhi family out of Nehru committee  Asian Age1 week ago No Gandhi family member in rejigged Nehru anniversary panel  The Statesman1 week ago
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