Yashwant Sinha, Bharatiya Janata Party’s member of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on 2G spectrum scam, on Saturday wrote to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar requesting her to reject the panel's report. Sinha claimed that JPC chairperson P C Chacko had "blatantly violated" rules and norms in finalising the document. The six BJP leaders (including Sinha), who were part of the JPC on 2G spectrum scam, had given a dissent note on the panel's report and made it public, saying they feared it ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Raja rejects JPC report, wants Speaker to add his dissent note - Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
JPC report on 2G scam submitted to Lok Sabha speaker - Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Non-Congressism is the answer to India’s current difficulties, says Dr Shambhu Shrivastava, who gives a historical perspective of non-Congress experiments in 1967, 1977, 1989 and 1998. For all the confusing sounds and hype surrounding political debate today, two clear strands are obvious. One, the politics into familiar and convenient communal-secular divisions and the other is resurrection of historically valid but currently muted and rather defensive non-Congressism. The current ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
New Delhi: In an embarrassment to Congress, UPA ally NCP has broken ranks with it by supporting the opposition’s demand to call former Telecom Minister A Raja as a witness before the Joint Parliamentary Committee on 2G spectrum scam.The sole NCP ...IndiaTV News, 2 months ago
The India that needs strategic alliances, defence cooperation and engaging meaningfully with neighbouring countries is quietly moving ahead with confidence, says Tarun Vijay. Eight is a lucky number in China and so is it in India. If people pay large amounts of money in Beijing and Shanghai to get the number eight on their cars and mobile phones, in India, from Jammu to Ahmedabad and Kochi to Dibrugarh, eight is the symbol of Goddess Durga, the provider of Shakti, ultimate power. Ashtbhuja Devi ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Shambhu Srivastava began his career with the Communist Party of India but moved to the George Fernandes-led Samata Party in 1994, which eventually merged with the Janata Dal-United. As a close associate of Fernandes and national general secretary and spokesperson of Samata Party, Srivastava was a visible figure in Delhi’s political circles during the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance regime. He dropped out of sight when he moved to his home state Bihar after being ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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