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Digvijaya Singh Asks Naxals to Shun Violence and Join Congress

Digvijaya Singh Asks Naxals to Shun Violence and Join Congress

File photo of Congress leader Digvijaya Singh Panaji: Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh today asked Naxals to leave the path of violence and join his party. "Naxalites should come in the mainstream like Maoists in Nepal, who left the path ... NDTV, 4 days ago

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Can't stop anyone from leaving Congress: Digvijaya Singh

PANAJI: After a senior MLA threatened to quit ahead of the Panaji assembly seat by-election to contest as an Independent candidate, Congress' Goa desk in charge Digvijaya Singh said any person cannot be stopped from leaving the party. Congress' ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Parliament live: Luring people to convert religion is a crime, says Digvijaya Singh

We track the latest updates on the Winter session of Parliament. The post Parliament live: Luring people to convert religion is a crime, says Digvijaya Singh appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Unrelenting opposition keeps RS in limbo over conversion debate  Times of India21 hours ago Religious conversion debate in Parliament: As it happened  ZeeNews.com1 week ago LIVE: Heated debate underway in Parliament over conversion row  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Modi wants to hand over coal sector to corporate hands: ...

Ranchi: Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Thursday said the Centre's move to privatise the coal sector would bring back the "bitter memories" of "exploitation" of labour force before it was nationalised by former Prime Minister Indira ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Narendra Modi wants to give coal sector in corporate hands: Digvijaya Singh  Indian Express2 weeks ago
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Digvijaya fires coal salvo at Modi

Congress national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Digvijaya Singh today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of working at the behest of capitalists and lambasted him for his alleged attempt to privatise the coal sector. Also, Singh, who was in Jharkhand ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago 'PM Narendra Modi is a master of double speak'  Oneindia1 month ago PM Narendra Modi `an Indian pied piper`: Digvijay Singh  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Cow slaughter: Digvijaya attacks Modi over meet with biz tycoon  First Post.com1 month ago

MPPEB scam: Diggy writes to SIT, points out 'discrepancies' in probe

Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Saturday wrote to the Special Investigation Team (SIT), pointing out alleged discrepancies in the Special Task Force (STF) probe into the Professional Examination Board (PEB) scam. The Madhya Pradesh ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago SC turns down Digvijaya's plea for CBI probe in MP PEB scam  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago HC monitoring of MPPEB scam limited to PMT, pre-PG test  Hindustan Times1 month ago MP HC forms SIT to monitor probe into MPPEB scam  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

In a tit for tat, BJP MP demands Digvijaya Singh be censured for 'anti-national'

In a tit for tat, BJP MP demands Digvijaya Singh be censured for 'anti-national' remarks Friday, 5 December 2014 - 7:55pm IST | Agency: PTI As Congress stepped up attack on Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti issue, a BJP member on Friday demanded that a resolution be ...
 DNA1 week ago Tit for Tat in Sadhvi case: Now, BJP MP demands ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago

Now, Siddaramaiah advises Rahul Gandhi to be 'more assertive'

Bangalore, Nov 18: Days after senior Congress leader and general secretary Digvijay Singh asked Rahul Gandhi to take the party affairs more seriously, now Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah advised Congress vice president to be more assertive. ...
 Oneindia1 month ago Decisions have to be taken at local level, not from Delhi: Digvijaya Singh  Indian Express1 month ago Rahul Gandhi Must Lead From the Front: Digvijaya Singh to NDTV  NDTV1 month ago Leader of Opposition in Parl: Anand Sharma, Digvijaya or Antony?  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Rahul takeover: Congress distances itself from Digvijaya's views

Digvijaya Singh The Congress on Saturday distanced itself from senior general secretary Digvijaya Singh's demand that vice-president Rahul Gandhi take over as the president of the party from mother Sonia Gandhi. The party termed his views as ...
 Indian Express1 month ago It's time for Rahul to take charge, says Digvijaya  Rediff.com1 month ago Digvijay wants Rahul to take over, Congress distances itself  Rediff.com1 month ago Digvijaya wants Rahul Gandhi to take over Congress distances  Hindustan Times1 month ago

Chidambaram can contest for Congress chief post, nobody stopping non-Gandhis: Digvijaya

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Sunday said that nobody was stopping any of its leaders, including P Chidambaram, from fighting party elections for becoming its chief, remarks which have renewed the controversy surrounding the issue. The post Chidambaram ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Chidambaram is free to contest elections to lead party, Digvijaya says  Times of India3 weeks ago Digvijaya dares Chidambaram  TimesNow.tv3 weeks ago Those who don't believe in Congress's ideology can leave the party: Digvijaya to Chidambaram's son  IBNLive India News1 month ago
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