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Gandhis are entitled to stoop to any level: Jaitley

Attacking Priyanka Vadra for raking up "snoopgate" yesterday, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said Ms Vadra probably meant that "no personal attacks against the Gandhis but the Gandhis are entitled to stoop to any level". On April 22, Priyanka ..., 19 hours ago
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Jaitley avoiding public scrutiny: Amarinder

Former Punjab Chief Minister and Congress candidate in Amritsar Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday questioned his rival Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley over the current inaccessibility of his website. He accused Mr. Jaitley of ...
 The Hindu1 day ago Why Jaitley likes to hide behind shadows : Amarinder  NetIndia123.com1 day ago Capt asks Jaitley why Modi has not withdrawn petition against Pbi farmers  NewKerala.com1 week ago Ask Modi before promising trade between Amritsar, Lahore;Amarinder tells Jaitley:  NewKerala.com1 week ago

Arun Jaitley advises Priyanka Gandhi on personal attacks

Home> News > india-news New Delhi, Apr 23 : BJP senior leader Arun Jaitley said Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi should ensure that personal attacks are not made by her associates on Narendra Modi if she wished the same for her. "I completely ...
 NewKerala.com1 day ago Arun Jaitley to Priyanka: Good advice begins at home  Economic Times1 day ago People are angry with Congress, they are not fools: Jaitley  NewKerala.com1 week ago Must bust Priyanka Gandhi's myth, says BJP's Arun Jaitley  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
The Hindu

Avoid personal attacks: Jaitley

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday that he agreed with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, that personal attacks cause pain to people and should be avoided. Mr. Jaitley ...
 The Hindu1 day ago Gandhis are under siege, says Arun Jaitley  The Statesman1 week ago Gandhis are under siege, family charisma has faded away: Jaitley  NewKerala.com1 week ago Gandhis are under siege, says Jaitley  The Statesman1 week ago
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Jaitley's jibe at Priyanka, asks her to advise Congress to refrain from personal remarks

New Delhi: Just a day after Priyanka Gandhi for the first time spoke about allegations against her husband Robert Vadra, Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley said that while she is advising people to refrain from personal attacks, "her ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago Cong should not have started personal attacks: Jaitley  The Freepress Journal1 day ago

Amarinder, Jaitley in spat over Tytler, Akalis join in

The battle for Amritsar, one of the most keenly fought in Punjab, has now raked up another controversial issue — one relating to Congress leader Jagdish Tytler’s role in the 1984 Delhi anti-Sikh riots. The Congress’ Amarinder Singh and the BJP’s Arun ...
 Asian Age3 days ago Akalis join Amarinder Singh-Arun Jaitley spat  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago Amrinder, Jaitley argue over Tytler's clean chit in 1984 anti-Sikh riots  The Hindu3 days ago Arun Jaitley blogs on Amarinder Singh's remarks on Jagdish Tytler  NDTV3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Delhi riots dominate Amarinder vs Arun battle in Amritsar

The political battle in Amritsar is being fought over the 1984 riots in Delhi. BJP candidate Arun Jaitley has hit out at his opponent, former Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh, for appearing to suggest that Delhi Congress leader Jagdish Tytler ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago 1984 riots guilty remain unpunished: Jaitley  The Statesman3 days ago The Captain's Knock: 'Jaitley arrogant, will send him packing'  NDTV6 days ago NDA gaining popularity: Arun Jaitley  NewKerala.com1 week ago
Indian Express

PM left no footprints: Jaitley

after the PMO sought to counter the perception that Manmohan Singh has been weak in his tenure, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the Prime Minister walked on snow, but did not leave any footprints. In India, the Prime ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago PM must be a leader and not just a reader: BJP's Arun Jaitley  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago PM Must Be a Leader, Not Just a Speech Reader: Jaitley  Outlook India5 days ago Arun Jaitley lashes out at PM Manmohan Singh and takes a dig at Robert Vadra  Samaylive5 days ago

Jaitley, Chouhan take a dig at silent PM Manmohan Singh

Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday took a dig at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is set to lay down office in about a month. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today hit out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Senior BJP ...
 Nagaland Post5 days ago Jaitley mocks Manmohan; says PM walked on snow  Economic Times5 days ago 'PM's Office dwarfed by UPA': Jaitley on book row  NDTV1 week ago 'PM's Office dwarfed by UPA', Arun Jaitley on book row  NDTV1 week ago

Arun Jaitley: BJP's key strategist

File photo of Arun Jaitley New Delhi : He has made his name as a competent Supreme Court lawyer. He is a master orator, famous for his repartee and one-liners. He is a key strategist, having steered his party's campaign successfully in difficult ...
 NDTV2 days ago Arun Jaitley: BJP's key strategist forays into electoral politics  NDTV6 days ago
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