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PDP to approach Centre for hardline leader Geelani's passport
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PDP to approach Centre for hardline leader Geelani's passport

Ignoring ally Bharatiya Janata Party’s objections, the Peoples Democratic Party on Wednesday said it will ask the Centre to grant passport to separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani on humanitarian grounds even as National Congress leader Omar Abdullah questioned why it was being made an issue when he has been given passport earlier also. “This issue has to be dealt with from a humanitarian point of view and we will pursue the matter with the Union home ministry,” PDP president ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Congress slams Sakshi Maharaj for linking Rahul's Kedarnath visit to Nepal quake

Bharatiya Janata Party’s Sakshi Maharaj has kicked up another row. Controversy’s child Sakshi was severely criticised on Monday for linking Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Kedarnath to the devastating Nepal earthquake.  Speaking to the media in Haridwar, Sakshi Maharaj reportedly said that since Rahul Gandhi went to the holy shrine without purifying himself, the earthquake was bound to happen. His remarks were severely criticised by the Congress, saying that the government  ...
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Sena to Modi: Before Swachch Bharat, clean filth coming out of MPs' mouths

Slamming the Bharatiya Janata Party’s silence over its MP Dilip Gandhi's controversial comment supporting tobacco, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he has taken a broom to clean dirt from roads, but who will clean the "garbage spilling out from people's mouths". The Sena also mocked the MP for backing tobacco consumption, saying he should be awarded a "Nobel prize" for his surprising discovery that tobacco consumption does not lead to cancer.
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'Farmers can no more be hoodwinked'

The Bharatiya Janata Party is gearing up to counter opposition to the land acquisition Bill by reaching out to the people in a big way and cultivating a pro-poor image. BJP’s vice-President and director of Public Policy and Research Centre Vinay Sahasrabuddhe explains the party’s strategy to Business Standard. Edited excerpts: The BJP has been targeted on the land acquisition Bill by the opposition for being pro-rich. How does the party plan to counter it? In a way, it’s a ...
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'Manmohan facing charges because of Cong's sins'

Bharatiya Janata Party and other rivals of the Congress on Wednesday said that former prime minister Manmohan Singh is facing charges in the coal block allocation scam because of the “party’s sins” and there should be no political intervention in the issue. Eminent lawyer Prashant Bhushan termed the summoning of Singh by a special court as a “very good sign that goes on to show that the judicial system can function”. The Biju Janata Dal maintained that nobody is ...
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100 days of AAP: Kejriwal may demand full statehood at public meet

As the Aam Aadmi Party finishes its first 100 days in power, the Arvind Kejriwal-led government is planning to push for full statehood for Delhi -- a key move in its turf war with the lieutenant governor and against what the party calls “bulldozing” by the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Central government. The announcement is likely to be made at a public meeting, which will be held at the central park in Connaught Place where Kejriwal and his ministers will highlight achievements ...
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Amit Shah exclusive 2: 'We have added nishtha, sincerity of purpose, to governance'

Image: BJP President Amit Shah in his party office in New Delhi. Photograph: Kamal Kishore/PTI Photo. ‘The media is trying to revive the Congress! When elections come we will know the truth about it’ ‘There will always be pain if my party loses the polls. That requires introspection, and we are doing it’ ‘We will convert our well-wishers into our workers. That is the design behind our membership drive’ The second part of BJP president Amit Shah’s ...
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Congress wants to turn Rahul's Maharashtra tour into a mega event

Congress party in Maharashtra has its hopes pinned on a 'newly recharged' vice-president Rahul Gandhi for its revival. Sanjay Jog reports After a series of electoral debacles, the Congress in Maharashtra looks to its vice-president Rahul Gandhi for the party’s revival.Gandhi will visit six villages of Amravati district the Vidarbha region on Thursday. In Amravati division, 295 farmers have committed suicide during January-April due to drought, untimely rain and hailstorm.Gandhi will ...
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AAP MLA Jarnail Singh absconding: Delhi police

Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Tuesday said that Aam Aadmi Party’s Tilak Nagar MLA Jarnail Singh is absconding over his alleged involvement in assaulting an Municipal Corporation of Delhi engineer during the demolition of an illegal colony in west Delhi. According to Bassi, Singh had filed an anticipatory bail to avoid arrest but it was “rejected” following which he went into hiding. “Jarnail Singh’s anticipatory bail was rejected and he is absconding ...
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Will unite with Congress inside Parliament, says Yechury

Communist Party of India-Marxist says it is ready to forge a front with Congress in Parliament on issues like land bill and secularism but ruled out being part of a national front or alliances outside because “they are not credible”. Sitaram Yechury, the newly-elected general secretary of the party, acknowledges that the coming assembly elections in Bihar would be a litmus test for anti-Bharatiya Janata Party forces and would wait and watch how the merger of Janata Parivar evolves ...
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