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Congress, BJP clash over 'Hindu terrorism' remark: Rajnath has taken comment out of context, says Chidambaram
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Ministry of Home Affairs statement on flood situation

Ahmedabad The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh spoke to the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Smt. Anandiben Patel and the Chief Minister of Manipur, Shri Okram Ibobi Singh and enquired about the rescue and relief operations going on in the wake ... DeshGujarat, 1 hour ago
Congress 'polarise' fire at Rajnath The Telegraph, 17 hours ago
Govt. playing divisive politics: Congress The Hindu, 19 hours ago
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NDTV

Tarun Gogoi Urges Centre to Advocate 'Smart Villages'

File Photo: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Press Trust of India) Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today urged the Centre to allocate Rs 5,00,000 crore for developing 'Smart Villages' across the ...
 NDTV4 hours ago Tarun Gogoi Wants Action Against Unethical Government Functionaries  NDTV1 day ago

Ghulam Nabi Azad reacts to Rajnath's statement

Taking a strong exception to the statement of Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Hindu terror, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and senior Congress Leader Ghulam Nabi Azad Saturday said it is an unsuccessful and cheap attempt on the part of BJP ...
 5 Dariya News - English11 hours ago
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Rajnath distorting statement on terror remarks: Chidambaram

Former Home Minister P Chidambaram on Saturday attacked Home Minister Rajnath Singh accusing him of resorting to a completely distorting Hindu terror remarks to blame the former UPA government. He said former Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde in the UPA regime had questioned Hindu terror in a very different context but Singh's statement was a completely diversionary argument. Chidambaram said Shinde made a statement outside Parliament and did not use the phrase Hindu terror in the manner in ...
 Rediff.com23 hours ago P Chidambaram accuses Rajnath Singh of distortion on terror remarks  India TV1 day ago Chidambaram accuses Rajnath of distortion on terror remarks  ZeeNews.com1 day ago Chidambaram accuses Rajnath Singh of distorting 'Hindu terror' remarks  DNA17 hours ago
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ABP Live

BJP, Opp exchange fire on Hindu terror

A war of words erupted between the BJP and the Opposition over Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's attack on his predecessor Sushil Kumar Shinde for having coined the term Hindu terrorism and thereby weakening India's fight against terror. While ...
 New Delhi Pioneer17 hours ago 'Hindu terrorism': BJP, Congress indulge in war of...  ABP Live1 day ago War of words escalates between BJP, Congress over terrorism  The Gulf Today15 hours ago Verbal war over Hindu terrorism  HT Syndication10 hours ago
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Indian Express

20 killed in Manipur landslide

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has spoken to Manipur CM Okram Ibobi Singh over phone and assured him all assistance to deal with the situation arising out of the landslides in Chandel district. The Centre Saturday directed NDRF to move forces to ...
 Indian Express18 hours ago Two NDRF teams reach landslide-hit Manipur village  Deccan Chronicle1 hour ago 2 NDRF teams deployed in landslides-hit Manipur  Press Trust of India1 hour ago Landslides kill 20 in Chandel  Calcutta Telegraph18 hours ago
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India Today

Govt targets Congress over terror term, Rajnath Singh miffed

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was miffed with the Congress as the Opposition party had questioned the government's resolve in dealing with terrorism on Thursday and blocked a debate in Rajya Sabha on the Gurdaspur attack for which the home ...
 India Today1 day ago UPA diluted fight with 'Hindu terror' term: Rajnath  Economic Times1 day ago Govt targets Congress over terror  Yahoo! India1 day ago
India Today

BJP raking up Hindu terror issue to polarise country: Congress

Rajnath Singh New Delhi, Aug 1 The Congress on Saturday said the NDA government was trying to rake up the Hindu terror issue in a bid to divide and polarise the country. "The comment of the then home minister is being quoted out of context. It ...
 ProKerala.com1 day ago Congress created chaos in Parliament damaging India's case against terrorism : Tarun Chugh  5 Dariya News - English1 day ago Terrorism debate: Congress lacks national character, says BJP  India Today9 hours ago 'Hindu terror' issue raised to polarize country  Times of India1 day ago
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BJP hits out at Congress for attacking Rajnath on issue of 'Hindu Terrorists'

New Delhi, Aug 1(UNI) BJP today hit back at Congress for criticising Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who had blamed senior Congress leaders of coining term 'Hindu Terrorists' and thereby weakening the country's fight against the jihadi terrorism. ''We ...
 United News of India1 day ago
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VOTE: Do you think 'Hindu terror' exists?

Does 'Hindu terrorism' exist? Home Minister Rajnath Singh's statement in Parliament has revived the debate. What do you think? In a sharp attack on the Congress party, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday, July 31, accused the Congress of weakening the fight against terror by coining the word 'Hindu terrorism.' The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government, Singh said, had come up with the term to change the course of the investigation into acts of terror. 'The then home minister had ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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