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Can't feed dhokla, fafda to China when they seize our land: Cong
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Can't feed dhokla, fafda to China when they seize our land: Cong

Congress spokesperson Rajiv Shukla says, "Aisa nahin chalega, ek taraf woh hamari zameen par kabza karein aur doosri taraf hum unhe dhokla, faafda khilaayein!"  (On the one hand, they usurp our land and on the other hand we feed them dhokla and fafda. This is unacceptable.)This of course, is the Congress getting back at the BJP for courting Pak PM Nawaz Sharif. The BJP, which was in the opposition then, had said it was unacceptable that the government was feeding biryani to Pakistan when ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

Border tension with Pak should not affect harmony: Mulayam

Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday said that some forces are looking for an opportunity to extract political A film on Mulayam Singh Yadav shown at the SP convention in Lucknow, Friday. (Source: Express photo by Vishal ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
IndiaTV News

Haryana has to be saved from 'Looto, Baanto, Raaj karo' policy: Narendra Modi

Faridabad : Prime Minister Narendra Modi today attacked dynastic politics prevalent in Haryana and said that the state needs to be saved from 'Looto, Baanto, Raaj karo' policy of these political families. Addressing an election rally in Faridabad, Modi said, ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
India Today

PM hits campaign trail in Haryana, calls for change

Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Haryana Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday kick-started the campaign in Haryana for the upcoming assembly polls. The party has also lined up a host of leaders, including Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
Indian Express

PM signal: sitting down with Japan, standing up to China

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe eat tea cakes at the Omotesenke tea hut, one of the main schools for the Japanese tea ceremony, in Tokyo on Monday. (Source: Reuters) In what would have been music to the ears of ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
IBNLive India News

Parties wash their hands off love jihad controversy, says it's not a political issue but a media creation

New Delhi: With political parties trying to wash their hands off over the controversy of love jihad, they also claimed that it was not a political issue but a media creation. While the Bharatiya Janata Party has not held any party responsible for ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago
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