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About 11 results for "modi congressis"

Rahul Gandhi's demonetisation and Padmasana jibe at PM Narendr...

Sometimes we wonder why the BJP doesn't hire Rahul Gandhi as their star campaigner. He is good looking, talks eloquently, gives out succinct points and looks as if he means business. But then we take note of what he says and all our dreams and ..., 1 week ago

Demonetisation can never make India cashless: Congress

New Delhi :The Congress Party on Monday said that demonetisation can never make a country like India cashless, given the disparity that exists between the rich and poor. Congress leader Anand Sharma toldANI, "It is very important for the Prime ...
 SahilOnline.net1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Cash crunch: BJP MLA spoils son with Merc convertible, Twitter lashes out

BJP ministers appear to be immune to the cash crunch brought on by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attack on black money. After former Karnataka CM pegged at Rs 500 crore, it was MLA Ram Kadam's turn to flaunt his wealth. Kadam recently gifted his ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Ujjain: Internal feud mars Congress agitation against note ban

07:11 am FOLLOW US: Ujjain: The Congress party workers of Ujjain parliamentary constituency seemed a divided house here on Friday, during the nation-wide agitation called by the All-India Congress Committee in protest against demonetisation. Instead ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Open letter to Rt. Hon. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India

By Bhrikuti Niroula Rt. Hon. Prime Minister: Sadar Pranam! With my due respect and humble submission, it is my great honor and privilege to write to a great leader, moreover a great human being of our time. I have gathered this courage to write ...
 People's Review Nepal1 month ago
Financial Express

Arvind Kejriwal to dump Delhi for Punjab? Here's why you shoudn't take Manish Sisodia seriously

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia interacting with school children in Delhi. (PTI file) Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal may leave the national capital if Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) manages to win Punjab Assembly Elections 2017.
 Financial Express1 week ago

Nitish's support to Centre on key issues fuels speculations

Backing the Union government on demonetisation and appointment of new army chief is being seen as a hint that the Bihar CM has developed a soft corner for Modi's administration. Nitish Kumar backs the Centre over demonetisation , but says there ...
 Tehelka2 weeks ago

What party hoppers want in Punjab

Political dalliance is no more a taboo. Leaders and, to a less extent, people see loyalty switch as a means to cleansing a system that they find too heavy, maybe rotten. Personal ambitions too can have space within a democratic system. The Tribune ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

An Islamophobic progressive?

Ashley Smith investigates the politics and record of one of Bernie Sanders' best-known supporters--and unmasks an anti-Muslim bigot and pro-war reactionary. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard speaks at a union-sponsored lunch (AFGE) U.S. REP. Tulsi ...
 Socialist Worker US1 month ago

Jayalalithaa: An unparalleled phenomenon

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Dr Jayaram Jayalalithaa (born 24 February 1948) breathed her last at Apollo Hospital, Chennai on Monday night at 11:30 p.m., after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest on the evening of December 4, 2016, the climax of a ...
 ABP Live1 month ago
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