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It's all about caste in Uttar Pradesh!

Caste has always been a key factor in Uttar Pradesh polls. After Rajiv Gandhi's death in 1991, Congress literally got wiped out from the state. The majority of OBC votes of Congress were lapped up by Janata Dal and later by the Samajwadi party. Meri News, 1 week ago

Indian democracy: Election system must change

Tall Indian leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, and Sardar Patel, who achieved independence for the country after many sacrifices, must be turning in their graves, watching how Indian democracy has hit rock bottom, and wondering how limited brain ...
 Meri News1 month ago

Social media trolling proves unequivocally why right to freedom of speech and expression should not be absolute

Follow @merinews Union Minister for Women & Child Development, Maneka Gandhi has decided to take actions against troll-abuse in social media particularly against women. She has requested the Union Home Ministry as well as I&B ministry to take ...
 Meri News1 month ago

Modi wishes Rahul Gandhi on his birthday

IANS New Delhi, June 19 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on his 46th birthday on Sunday morning. The Prime Minister wished Gandhi a long and healthy life. "Birthday wishes to the Congress VP, ...
 IANS Live2 months ago

All states except TN on board GST bandwagon, Congress still adamant

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday, 14 June, declared that all states, bar Tamil Nadu, are lending support to the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. After attending the meeting of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers in ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

India should focus on BRICS

23 August 2016, New Delhi, Nantoo Banerjee Non-alignment is no longer a relevant movement. Rahul Gandhi and his ilk in the Congress command may disagree, but the non-alignment movement has lost much of its relevance in today's world where ...
 Millennium Post1 day ago

"Bindass is platform-agnostic; a relaunch is on the cards:" Nikhil Gandhi

Youth are a fickle audience. Especially considering that today's young are a mobile first generation, and it is difficult to nail them down and make them watch simple telly. No one understands this more than Star India's Channel [V] which brought ...
 Indian Television2 days ago
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Venkaiah blasts Rahul over his attack on BJP, Sangh Parivar

22 August 2016, Hyderabad, M Post Bureau A day after Rahul Gandhi's veiled attack on the BJP and Sangh Parivar, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday blasted him saying one who expresses solidarity with extremists, fundamentalists and ...
 Millennium Post3 days ago

Employing child below 14 can now land you in jail for 2 years

27 July 2016, New Delhi, M Post Bureau Employing a child below 14 years of age in any occupation or processes except where the child helps his family will now invite a imprisonment of up to two years as Parliament on Tuesday approved a bill ...
 Millennium Post4 weeks ago

Swamy tries to raise Gandhi murder case issue in Rajya Sabha

27 July 2016, New Delhi, M Post Bureau BJP member Subramanian Swamy's attempt to raise the issue of Mahatma Gandhi's assassination in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday led to heated exchange between him and Congress members. Raising the issue ...
 Millennium Post4 weeks ago
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