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BOO! TMC leader says CPM women tear their own blouse and claim assault
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BOO! TMC leader says CPM women tear their own blouse and claim...

If you thought that India’s netas couldn’t get any worse, think again! Our netas make comments that more often than not, come back to embarrass them. One such example is the Trinamool Congress’s Swapan Debnath, who said on Tuesday that women activists of the Left can stoop so low that they often tear their own blouses and claim molestation. Debnath was apparently trying to explain how the opposition spreads rumours against his party. TMC members are not new to making such ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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PDP largest party in fractured J&K verdict; BJP to form govt in J'khand

Jammu and Kashmir on returned a highly-fractured verdict in which the People’s Democratic Party emerged the single largest party throwing up different possibilities in government formation while the Bharatiya Janata Party stormed to power with an ally in Jharkhand giving it the first stable government. Images: PDP workers celebrate their party's impressive comeback in Srinagar. Photograph: Umar Ganie/Rediff.com Jammu and Kashmir With 28 seats, the PDP was in a pole position to form ...
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Sadhvi row: Mayawati slams BJP for playing 'dalit card'

Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Friday slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for playing the ‘Dalit card’ to defend Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti over her controversial remarks and claimed she did not belong to the community. She took objection to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal that the minister's apology be accepted keeping in mind her background, saying it was improper as it meant making "allegations against one community". She said if the minister is incompetent or has made ...
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PHOTOS: Namaste Obama! India readies to welcome US President

  Indian artist Harwinder Singh Gill displays his creation, an image of US President Barack Obama carved on a duck’s egg shell, with the national flags of India and United States, ahead of Obama’s visit to India. Photograph: Munish Sharma/Reuters   Kite-maker Jagmohan Kanojia displays kites, with portraits of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama, ahead of Obama’s visit. Photograph: Munish Sharma/Reuters   A worker places an ...
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India's controversial godmen

The controversy over Sant Rampal and his army of followers taking the law into their hands has once again thrown the spotlight on the clout that India's godmen possess. Though health, well-being and spirituality are what they all profess, some have made it to the headlines for the controversy they create, like financial irregularities, sexual abuse and, sometimes, even murder. Rediff.com takes a look at few of these gurus who have attracted controversy in recent times. We start off with Sant ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India's 10 most controversial gurus  Rediff.com2 months ago
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BJP cries foul over TMC MP's remark on Shastri, Modi

Trinamool Congress member Kalyan Banerjee was on Tuesday under fire from Bharatiya Janata Party and Left in Lok Sabha for his alleged objectionable remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, leading to uproar and threat of censure motion being moved against him if he did not apologise. “It appears Banerjee is adamant. If he fails to apologise, we will be forced to bring a censure motion against him,” Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Rajiv Pratap Rudy said. His remarks ...
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Please don't say they are dead, says Sushma on Indians in Iraq

The government believes that 39 Indians held hostage by Islamic State in Iraq are still alive as there is no confirmation of reports that they have been killed, Parliament was told on Friday amid concerns express by members over their fate. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj made statements in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha after a media report claimed that the 39 Indians, captured over five months back, had been killed by the dreaded Islamist group. The media report was based on the ...
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The bizarre reasons why men rape in India

In India, rape is the fourth most common crime against women. If one goes by the National Crime Records Bureau statistics, a shocking 93 women are raped in the country each day and a total of 33,707 cases were registered in 2013. Yet at such a time, short skirts, mobile phones and Western culture are blamed for these incidents. Here’s a look at some of the most insensitive and odd reasons for the rise in rapes in the country.  1) Short skirts   Women wearing skirts, ...
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EXPLAINED: The Saradha chit fund scam

  What is the Saradha scam all about, who are the main players behind it? Indrani Roy/Rediff.com presents an faq. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her ministers won't forget 2014 in a hurry. With prominent Trinamool Congress leaders and associates arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation during the year for their alleged involvement in the Rs 24.60 billion Saradha chit fund scam, Banerjee and her team have had their hands full to insulate the government and the party ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Will resign if Saradha link is proved, says Mamata  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Politicians who suffered from FOOT-IN-MOUTH disease

Our politicians never fail to amuse, shock and horrify us with their comments. While some are new to making bizarre claims, the others are repeat offenders.   As the year 2014 draws to an end, we at Rediff.com take to look at some of the ridiculous remarks made by blundering politicos.   ‘Modi will never be PM, but he can sell tea’ Photograph: Kamal Kishore/Reuters Mani Shankar Aiyar Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar at the venue of the All India Congress Committee ...
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