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Biharis are most intelligent, will call the bluff of Modi: Congress
Times of India

Biharis are Most Intelligent, Will Call Modi's Bluff: Cong

Congress said today took a dig at the Prime Minister saying Biharis are one of the "most intelligent" people in the country and will "call the bluff" of Narendra Modi in the upcoming Assembly elections. Outlook, 1 hour ago

PM Modi now says Biharis most intelligent

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday continued his campaign blitzkrieg in Bihar where he mounted a counter attack on Nitish Kumar for “cheating” the people with his 2.7 lakh crore development vision, but sought to assuage the hurt his DNA barb against the chief minister might have caused to Bihari pride. Addressing Bharatiya Janata Party’s fourth ‘Parivartan Rally’ in the state in little over a month, Modi also accused Kumar and his new ally Rashtriya ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Nitish: Modi ‘disturbed’ due to falling GDP, Sensex  The Hindu2 hours ago PM Modi's shallow remarks at Bhagalpur a result of falling GDP, Sensex: Nitish Kumar  First Post.com3 hours ago Modi's 'shallow' remark due to falling GDP, Sensex: Nitish  Business Standard3 hours ago
Odisha Samaya

Congratulations, Proud of Team's Impressive Performance: PM Modi

Where every Indian cricket fans are proud of the Team India's performance against Sri Lanka, how the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi would miss to congratulate the history-making side. The whole country has witnessed a history-making when ...
 Odisha Samaya2 hours ago Modi disappoints Bhagalpur's weavers  Prokerala2 hours ago India v/s Sri Lanka: PM Narendra Modi promptly congratulates Indian team  DNA2 hours ago PM congratulates the Indian Cricket Team, on the historic series win against Sri Lanka  Narendra Modi3 hours ago

Government Goes Into Hyper Action Mode to Address Call Drop Issue

19:03 IST File photo of Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. New Delhi: With Prime Minister Narendra Modi voicing concern over call drops, the government has gone into hyper action mode with TRAI being asked to help address the problem by ...
 NDTV2 hours ago Government Reportedly Working to Actively Address Call Drop Issue  NDTV3 hours ago Call drops: After Modi rap, govt scampers to get it right  India Today3 hours ago Government actively working to address call drop as Narendra Modi is concerned  Deccan Chronicle3 hours ago
Times of India

PM Modi concerned, government scrambles to fix call drops

TRAI will soon ask telecom companies to disclose information related to their services, which would be publicized so that customers are aware of capacity of their operator.
 Times of India2 hours ago Trai to seek information from operators on call drops  Livemint.com2 hours ago Call drop problem: TRAI to seek info from operators  Rediff.com3 hours ago Modi for action on call drops  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
India Today

Mehbooba hopeful Modi will follow Vajpayee on Indo-Pak ties

rating that PDP formed government with BJP in Jammu and Kashmir to restore peace and stability, party chief Mehbooba Mufti today expressed hope that the Narendra Modi-led government will follow the path of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago Mehbooba Mufti urges PM Modi to follow path of reconciliation  India Today11 hours ago
Siasat Daily

Modi likely to attend key RSS meet starting tomorrow

er, Narendra Modi is expected to attend a key RSS meet starting here tomorrow which is likely to brainstorm on a number of contentious issues including those confronting the government. BJP President Amit Shah besides a host of union ministers are also likely ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago PM Modi likely to attend key RSS meet starting on Wednesday  First Post.com44 minutes ago PM Narendra Modi likely to attend key RSS meet starting tomorrow  Economic Times57 minutes ago RSS likely to discuss census, OROP at three day meet, PM Modi likely to attend  First Post.com13 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Marathas want OBC status now; to submit memo to Madhya Pradesh CM, PM Modi

In the wake of Patels of Gujarat demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions, the members of Kshtriya Maratha Samaj in Indore have also voiced a similar demand for reservation for their community. They want the ...
 Hindustan Times2 hours ago Patels' OBC status demand: How the movement upsets Modi ...  Firstpost.com4 days ago The Patels agitation is an offshoot of Modi's politics  Rediff.com4 days ago

Modi launches blistering attack on Nitish-Lalu combine

Press Trust of India | Bhagalpur September 1, 2015 Last Updated at 19:07 IST The battle for Bihar further hotted up today with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching a blistering attack on the Nitish-Lalu combine, accusing them of spreading the "poison" of ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago PM Narendra Modi launches blistering attack on Nitish-Lalu combine  Economic Times57 minutes ago

Govt speeds up process to address call drop as PM Modi expresses concern

DoT has already warned that if the operators fail to address the problem, the government has the option of levying penalty under the licence conditions. The post Govt speeds up process to address call drop as PM Modi expresses concern appeared first on ...
 First Post.com1 hour ago Govt gets working after PM Narendra Modi raises call drop issue  DNA3 hours ago
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