Bhopal: The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, a farmers' wing affiliated to Sangh Parivar, has opposed 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) in the food processing and animal husbandry sectors alleging that government is breaking promises made to the farmers. ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Congress trained its guns on the National Democratic Alliance dispensation on a wide range of issues including economy, employment, price rise and foreign policy. IMAGE: Congress leaders Ashok Chavan and Kapil Sibal release the anti-Modi sarkar booklet. Photograph: Shashank Parade/PTI “Dull and dark shadow crept over India in the last two years,” Congress on Saturday said dismissing the government’s claims on performance on completion of two years in office and slammed ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Ahead of the monsoon session of Parliament scheduled to start later this month, PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday inducted 19 new ministers into the Council of Ministers. Government sources said the move will strengthen the Modi-led team with experience, ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago PM Modi expands cabinet, inducts 19 new ministers: Who are they? Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago Narendra Modi cabinet likely to see 19 new ministers: A brief profile Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
25 June 2016, Kolkata, Sanjay Basu It is highly debatable and doubtful that liberalization in the FDI norms as proposed shall in any manner promote employment and job creation and the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress has vehemently ...Millennium Post, 1 month ago
Everyone is wondering whose blessings Subramanium Swamy has for his tirade against RBI governor Raghuram Rajan. Swamy has aired his complaints on Twitter and in a much publicized letter to Narendra Modi. He wants the PM to sack the RBI governor. ...The Statesman, 2 months ago Swamy has blessings of Shah as he unleashes sustained attack on RBI governor Swamy Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 months ago
In its 2014 general election manifesto, the BJP promised that if it was voted to power, farmers would earn "a minimum of 50% profits over the cost of production". This meant that for every Rs 100 spent on farming, one would earn a minimum Rs 150. The ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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