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BJP, CPI-M fact-finding teams denied visit to Malda
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BJP, CPI-M fact-finding teams denied visit to Malda

Fact-finding teams of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Communist Party of India-Marxist were on Monday denied permission to visit violence-hit Kaliachak in West Bengal’s Malda district by the authorities, triggering a spat with the state's ruling Trinamool Congress, which alleged saffron outfits were trying to ‘communalise’ the situation ahead of the assembly election. A team of BJP members of Parliament which arrived in Malda on Monday morning was turned back from the ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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'There is a culture of mismanaging funds meant for earthquake victims'

'India is imposing a blockade and it’s not justifiable. It’s against human rights and international rules, treaties and relationships.' 'Nepal has got lots of money for rehabilitation. But that has disappeared at the top. People in real need haven’t benefited from that.' 'I just wished to reduce injustice but never imagined I would be a minister.' 'There was a lot of violence against women. Women couldn't go to school or be educated.' Niraj Ranjitkar, 10, walk along ...
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Democracy by Danda

That's how our politics is with no inner-party democracy. That's why we should listen to British MP Hilary Benn’s speech, says Shekhar Gupta. If you ask even a well-informed fellow Indian who Hilary Benn is, you will most likely draw a blank. Jeremy Corbyn maybe, just maybe, as the British Labour Party’s new leader has the reputation of a formidable radical and his rise has been in the global headlines lately. But Hilary Benn? Not likely. These are very insular, inward-looking ...
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Ahead of winter session, BJP warms up to Congress

The ruling party has indicated willingness to discuss opposition-sponsored motions on ‘intolerance’; Jaitley has also shown willingness to accommodate concerns on GST The coming winter session of Parliament would see an opposition bloc, emboldened after the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s defeat in Bihar, more combative and united in raising the issue of “intolerance”. The loss, however, has also strengthened the voice of reformers within the government.
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Energy, health care sectors gain from Modi's UK visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day visit to Britain has seen India and the UK agreeing on Rs 90,000 crore (Rs 900 billion) in commercial deals and concluding negotiations over a deal that seeks to increase bilateral cooperation in the field of civil and military technology and nuclear research projects. The major investments made by the private sector on both sides include: Energy Lightsource Renewable Energy Holdings has announced a Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion) investment in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago BJP has suffered political untouchability in Kerala, says PM Modi  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Kerala assembly session begins on stormy note

The Kerala assembly’s budget session began on a stormy note on Friday as the Left Democratic Front raised slogans and held up placards against the Congress-led United Democratic Front government, prompting Governor P Sathasivam to ask them to “sit quietly or leave”. As soon as the governor began his customary address at the beginning of the session, Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan stood up and said the government was ‘neck deep’ in corruption. The veteran ...
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Was there a strategy behind Modi's silence on Dravida parties in Coimbatore?

Modi’s non-reference could also imply that the BJP may be keeping its alliance options open vis-à-vis the AIADMK. It could also imply that the BJP’s national leadership had not given up on the DMK returning to power in the state post-poll, and the Centre having to do business with a new government in Fort St George, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Tamil Nadu’s Bharatiya Janata Party leaders had projected it as their campaign launch for the state assembly elections due in May.
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SFI activist held for assaulting T P Sreenivasan

A day after former diplomat and Rediff.com columnist T P Sreenivasan was manhandled by Students Federation of India activists near Thiruvananthapuram, the prime accused, who slapped him, was arrested on Saturday. City police commissioner S Sparjan Kumar said the prime accused, SFI leader J S Sarath, who was absconding soon after the incident, was arrested from a tea shop in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday evening. He was arrested under various charges including Indian Penal Code Sections 332 ...
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Tuki vows to 'seek justice' as Arunachal comes under Prez's rule

The Centre on Tuesday brought Arunachal Pradesh under President’s rule and kept the assembly under suspended animation after more than a month of political turmoil and in the midst of a raging battle in the Supreme Court, a decision that came under strong attack from Congress and other parties which called it ‘murder’ of democracy. After intense consultations over the last two days, President Pranab Mukherjee gave assent to the Union cabinet’s recommendation, accepting ...
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Rohith's suicide: Opposition seeks action not 'jumla' from PM

The Opposition on Friday rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emotional remarks over the suicide of a Dalit scholar in HyderabadUniversity, saying 'action' is required and 'not a jumla' and pressed for the resignation of Union ministers Smriti Irani and Bandaru Dattatreya. "If words were solace, a man would not have lost his life. If words would replace action, then this country could be fed only through words. It is not a jumla but action that is required. You should tell the Dalits, ...
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