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Better governance for our environment

A year ago, when the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government came into power there was an unbridled optimism in the industry about streamlining of green clearances. Even before the government took office, the ... Millennium Post, 2 days ago
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BJP`s plan for one-year celebration: 200 big rallies, 5,000 public meetings

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday announced its grand plans to celebrate Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance's first year in office.
 Zee News5 days ago BJP's plan for one-year celebration: 200 big rallies, 5,000 public meetings  Hawkindia.com5 days ago

Real estate bill to go to RS's select committee

New Delhi: Following pressure from opposition parties, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government is set to send the real estate bill to a select committee of the Rajya Sabha. The formation of the committee, comprising 20 members from ...
 Manorama Online3 weeks ago Real estate bill to go to Rajya Sabha's committee  Daijiworldcom3 weeks ago Real estate bill sent to Rajya Sabha select committee  Chennai Online3 weeks ago
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Centre is anti-poor, anti-farmer: Congress

Describing the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government as "anti-farmer and anti-poor", the Congress on Monday accused it of undoing all the good work done by the erstwhile government.Addressing a press conference here, Congress general secretary ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Modi Govt anti-farmer, anti-poor, says Pilot  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago

Akali Dal to oppose land acquisition without farmers' consent

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Tuesday said it will oppose any move by the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government which will seek to allow land acquisition without the consent of farmers or landowners.The Akali Dal, a partner in the National ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
Business Insider India

Modi government's first anniversary; five bills that are still in ambiguity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi led National Democratic Alliance government came into power with much fanfare on May 16, 2014. And within a year, the government claims to have passed as many as 46 bills in the Parliament in the past one year. However, ...
 Business Insider India2 days ago Modi Still Has Time To Correct Failings  The Star (Kenya)18 hours ago Sena mum to NDA celebrations; Danve kicks off a storm  Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago Centre's roadmap for State unveiled  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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NewsR.in

Where is 'Acche Din', asks MLC

Hubballi: Congress leaders and MLC Shrinivas Maane has regretted that Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government at the Centre had made life of the poor people miserable by enacting draconian legislations. "Modi government came to power ...
 SahiOnline3 days ago Congress bigwigs keep away from protest against government  Times of India2 days ago Congress questions Modi's 'success' as BJP completes one year in power  NewsR.in3 days ago After One Year, What We See Is Not Selfless Government but a 'Selfie PM': Congress  New Indian Express1 week ago
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10 factors that could influence markets in Modi's 2nd year

Most market participants expect the RBI to cut rates going ahead May 26 marks Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliances’ first year in office. While the ‘hope rally’ saw the benchmark indices -- the S&P BSE Sensex and the CNX Nifty -- cross 30,000 and the 9,000 mark respectively, the Nifty has gained a net 14% in the first year of Modi’s governance. Going ahead, brokerages remain divided on their targets for the Sensex and the Nifty. Citibank, for instance, has ...
 Rediff.com20 hours ago Didn't promise achche din to those who looted nation: PM Modi on one year of NDA govt  NewsR.in3 days ago One year of Modi govt: BJP now central pole of Indian politics, says Arun Jaitley  ZeeNews.com5 days ago NDA able to bridge gap between government, people: BJP  Prokerala6 days ago
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Mumbai Mirror

NDA pumped up economy, says Amit Shah

New Delhi, May 26: The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has given a boost to the Indian economy, BJP president Amit Shah said here on Tuesday. He addressed the media on the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government's completion ...
 Newshence.com2 days ago NDA pumped up economy: Amit Shah  5 Dariya News - English2 days ago
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Centre dilly-dallying on special status: CPI(M)

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has criticised the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government for not granting the special category status to Andhra Pradesh. CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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