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Open for talks on GST, indicates Congress after PM-Sonia meet
Hindustan Times

GST Bill a brahmastra for India: All you wanted to know in 10 ...

GST Bill: PM Narendra Modi has finally relented and sent a tea invite to Sonia Gandhi and ex PM Manmohan Singh for this evening at 7 pm. In line with trends ascribing catchy traditional names to current topics, industry body Assocham has tagged ... Financial Express, 1 day ago

Prez to unveil research centre on Gandhi

sident of India Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate a research and archives centre on Mahatma Gandhi at Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad which houses the world's largest collection of letters and work of an individual under one-roof on Tuesday. The ...
 New Delhi Pioneer10 minutes ago Prez to open archives centre at Ashram  AhmedabadMirror.com1 day ago
International Business Times India

Parrikar takes a dig at Rahul

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar took a dig at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi over his comments on Make in India during his recent address at a college in Bangalore saying that politicians should read some books on public speaking. Stating ...
 The Hindu7 hours ago Cong to hold padyatras in 12 UP cities from Dec 9  Times of India8 hours ago Congress will stand with farmers of India: Rahul Gandhi  Punjabkesari5 days ago BJP slams Congress over Rahul Gandhi …  Yahoo! India5 days ago
Ani News

Intolerance issue disturbs me as an Indian: Rahul Gandhi

Nov 25, 4:30 pm Bengaluru, Nov. 25 ( ANI ): Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday continued his tirade against the government over Bollywood actor Aamir Khan 's remark on growing intolerance in the nation, saying it disturbs him ...
 Ani News3 days ago Rahul's support to Aamir conspiracy aga... Rahul's support to Aamir conspiracy against nation: BJP  Mumbai Mirror10 hours ago Bollywood Actor Aamir Khan Faces Twitter Backlash For Comments About Religious Intolerance In India  Tech Times3 days ago Rahul Gandhi blames BJP for disruption in Parliament, backs Aamir Khan on intolerance remark  MyInforms3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Rajiv Gandhi govt's ban on Salman Rushdie's …

The Indian Express SENIOR CONGRESS leader and former finance minister P Chidambaram on Saturday said the decision of the erstwhile Rajiv Gandhi government to ban Salman Rushdie's book, The Satanic Verses, was wrong. I have no hesitation in ...
 Yahoo! India3 hours ago Decades on, PC says Versesban wrong  Calcutta Telegraph5 hours ago Rajiv Gandhi govt's ban on Satanic Verses was a mistake: Chidambaram  Business Standard India10 hours ago Ban on Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses by Rajiv Gandhi govt was wrong: P Chidambaram  India TV13 hours ago

Modi asks Gandhi for tax talks

New Delhi - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited opposition Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi for talks on Friday to break a deadlock over the introduction of a new indirect tax in a bid to put his economic recovery agenda back on track. ...
 IOL1 day ago Modi Invites Gandhi for Tea to Break India Tax Reform Deadlock  Yahoo! Singapore1 day ago India's Modi to meet Sonia to discuss tax reform  Business Insider1 day ago Congress maligning India's image, says Shahnawaz Hussain  MyInforms2 days ago

Did Arun Jaitley just compare Indira Gandhi to Adolf Hitler?

The Indian Express Day two of the Winter Session of Parliament is likely to see Lok Sabha conclude the ongoing discussion on the Indian Constitution, while Rajya Sabha will initiate the same, given it could not function on Thursday owing to the ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago 'Indira Gandhi followed Hitler'  MSN News US1 day ago Winter Session in Rajya Sabha: Arun Jaitley targets Congress with  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Jaitley flays Cong, reminds party of Emergency  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Ani News

India's secular principles under threat, says Sonia

(MENAFN - Gulf Times) India's secular principles are under threat, opposition Congress president leader Sonia Gandhi said yesterday as lawmakers paid tribute to the constitution and its makers. The comments by Gandhi came as increasing numbers of ...
 MENAFN1 day ago Parliament LIVE: Those who have no role in framing of Constitution are laying claims on it, says SoniaGandhi  Yahoo! India2 days ago No bigger joke than BJP talking about Constitution: Sonia Gandhi  Sify2 days ago Sonia Gandhi targets government, says constitutional principles attacked  Jagran Post2 days ago
Cyber India Online

PM Modi calls Sonia Gandhi for Chai pe Charcha over GST

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is depending on pet Chai pe Charcha as an amicable proposal to break the impasse over the Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) bill. It must be noted that the Congress had stalled the passage of the GST ...
 Cyber India Online1 day ago Journalists mob popular Modi for selfie at Diwali Milan  Hindustan Times44 minutes ago Modi calls for strengthening value of equality  Oman Tribune6 hours ago 'Popular' PM Narendra Modi mobbed by media for 'selfie'  Financial Express8 hours ago

Modi Offers Olive Branch to Gandhi to End India Tax Impasse

Meeting scheduled for tonight at Modi's residence, PTI reports Gandhi's Congress party has repeatedly blocked the measure Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited top leaders of the main opposition Congress Party to discuss a compromise on ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago Modi seeks to end India tax impasse  Gulf News1 day ago
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