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Cong playing politics over Gurdaspur: BJP
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BJP condemns Congress`s `petty` politics in RS

New Delhi: BJP today strongly condemned the behaviour of Congress members in Rajya Sabha for raising slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and for not allowing Home Minister Rajnath Singh to make a statement on the Gurdaspur terrorist attack ... ZeeNews.com, 17 hours ago
Cong playing politics over Gurdaspur: BJP Millennium Post, 12 hours ago
The closing of the Indian mind The Hindu, 5 days ago
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Palanivel's departure, a sad day for MIC and Indians

KUALA LUMPUR, July 29: It is a SAD DAY in Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) history and for the Malaysian Indian community. MIC Negeri Sembilan chairman Datuk A. Ganesan said this in response to the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's ...
 The Malaysian Times2 days ago 15th August 1947 and 2015: A Comparative Perspective  MapsofIndia23 hours ago Malaysian Indian Congress suspends deputy, 11 others  Prokerala1 month ago President of Malaysia's MIC suspends deputy, 11 others  Business Standard1 month ago
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Rahul Gandhi "office" finally joins Twitter

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has finally caught up with the rest of the Indian political class, and joined Twitter – sort of.
 Times of India2 months ago BJP accuses Rahul Gandhi of spit-and-run tactics  Asian Age6 days ago Congress won't allow government to take land of farmers easily, says Rahul Gandhi  Indian Express6 days ago Rahul Gandhi condemns Kabul guesthouse attack  Prokerala2 months ago
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Story of two travel documents

30 Jul. 2015 12:11 AM IST India's major political parties, the Congress and the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) have rendered parliament to a place of tamasha. They pick up a small matter, hardly worth a mention, and stretch it to a point of debate ...
 Nagaland Post1 day ago Political Battle Unleashed in the Indian Parliament by Corruption  Prensa Latina1 week ago BJP, Congress unite to criticise Geelani's 'not Indian by birth' remark  First Post.com1 month ago PDP: Give passport on humanitarian grounds  Asian Age2 months ago
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Politics can't divide India's common heritage, says PM

pti Jammu Facing Congress ire for"usurping"the legacy of its icons, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday deprecated"untouchablity"in politics while commemorating the birth centenary of veteran state Congress leader Girdhari Lal Dogra, ...
 Qatar Tribune1 week ago Political arena  State Times1 week ago Scripting a new foreign policy for old friends  State Times1 month ago Sibal kicks off Cong's anti-Modi media blitz  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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BJP Praising Ambedkar for Political Gains: MP Cong

WEB The Three Khans Question Indians are inherently tolerant/secular unless we are manipulated and instigated. Laal Salaam On Screen On Labour Day, a listing of ten top Hindi films on class struggle, workers' rights and unions. Hyderabad Blues KCR is upbeat ...
 Outlook2 months ago Stop speaking Pakistan's language: BJP to Cong on criticism for Myanmar ops  Rediff.com1 month ago
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'If con is the opposite of pro then Congress is the opposite of progress'

'Anyone who looks at our proposed amendments without politically-tinted glasses will give us full marks.' 'An isolated India is not in our interest. Just because we are a large country, we cannot be arrogant and think that we can ignore others.' 'When opponents keep harping on one point, it is a sure sign of success!' In an exhaustive interview with PTI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed confidence that reforms measures like the goods and services tax and land acquisition bill will ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Net neutrality can't be compromised: Tharoor

Congress MP Shashi Throor, one of the first Indian politicians to take to Twitter, on Friday underlined the need of net neutrality, citing the needs of fostering innovation and customer choice.The former union minister said that although telecom companies' ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

NPF may form council in Chandel district

Single political party could not form council in Chandel district, Indian National Congress INC and Naga People Party NPF are campaigning in the full swing to form alliance along with the other parties Source Hueiyen News Service
 E Pao!1 month ago
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PM Modi Scheduled To Attend APJ Abdul Kalam's Last Rites In Rameswaram

Political bigwigs from all parties have come together in a show of solidarity to pay homage to the "missile man" of India. By Aditi Simlai Tiwari | Jul 29, 2015 09:33 AM EDT R.I.P. "missile man," teacher, statesman, president. (Photo : ...
 Hngn.com1 day ago From Hundreds of Miles Away, Indians Converge to Remember Abdul Kalam  NDTV3 hours ago Lack of experience and 'desperate' Rahul causing house logjam: Lord Meghnad Desai  Times of India7 hours ago A president and a yogi  New Age Bangladesh8 hours ago
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