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Budget: MGNREGA allocation hiked by Rs 3,800 crore
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Budget: MGNREGA allocation hiked by Rs 3,800 crore

  The National Democratic Alliance government, which had earlier raised doubts over the efficacy of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, on Monday increased its allocation by over Rs 3,800 crore (Rs 38 billion) in 2016-17, with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley laying down the road map for rural development in the Union Budget. "Rs 38,500 crore (Rs 385 billion) have been allocated for MGNREGA in 2016-17. “If the total amount is spent, it will be highest Budget spend ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Mehbooba emerges from the shadows to become 1st female CM of Jammu-Kashmir

A leader with grassroots-level popularity, Mehbooba Mufti turned Peoples Democratic Party into a regional force and emerged from the shadow of her illustrious father Mufti Mohammad Sayeed to head Jammu and Kashmir, the first woman chief minister of the state. A law graduate, 56-year-old Mehbooba took a plunge into mainstream politics of the state in 1996 by joining Congress, along with her father, at a time when militancy was at its peak. She is credited with growth of the PDP with some ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago PDP, BJP to meet Jammu-Kashmir governor, to stake claim to form government  Rediff.com1 month ago Mehbooba meets Amit Shah; no clarity on J&K government  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Our doors aren't closed, says PDP after talks fail

The People’s Democratic Party appeared to soften its stand on Friday night in a bid to reach out to the Bharatiya Janata Party after unsuccessful talks between the two parties to again form a government in Jammu and Kashmir, with a senior party leader saying ‘our doors are not closed’. Attempts to revive the BJP-PDP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir failed on Friday with the BJP ruling out government-formation on the basis of conditions. Reacting to Friday’s developments, ...
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Who botched up the Malegaon blast investigation?

The National Investigation Agency has accused the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad of planting evidence and coercing witnesses, but its own investigation is incomplete and leaves many questions unanswered, reports Sahil Makkar. IMAGE: Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, one of the key accused in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case, was given a clean chit by the NIA. Photograph: PTI Photo. Almost a year ago, when Rohini Salian, special public prosecutor, alleged that her client, the National Investigation ...
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GST to test Modi government's legislative skills

Legal experts have a mixed reaction to the government’s track record in managing its legislative business. On the face of it, the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government’s track record on its legislative performance over the past two years appears to shine, compared to the first two years of the previous two regimes of the United Progressive Alliance under Manmohan Singh. But, the real test of UPA’s legislative skills will come over the next 12 months as and ...
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'Congress losing due to 'rent a cause' approach'

In his analysis loaded with attacks on the Congress party’s poor show in the assembly elections 2016, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the results show a significant loss of public trust in the party. IMAGE: BJP supporters in Guwahati celebrate the party's historic win in Assam. The most important political analysis emerging from the results is a significant setback to the Congress party. It lost both the states of Kerala and Assam. In Kerala, it lost because its ...
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Kerala: Rival fronts keep fingers crossed, BJP hopes to open account

As Kerala goes to assembly polls on Monday, the ruling Congress led United Democratic Front and Communist Party of India-Marxist headed Left Democratic Front, which had gone hammer and tongs at each other during the electioneering, are keeping their fingers crossed even as Bharatiya Janata Party is hoping to get a toe-hold in the southern state.   A total of 1,203 candidates, including 109 women, are contesting for the 140 assembly seats in which a total of 2.61 crore voters are eligible ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Kerala assembly needs an umpire: Modi  Rediff.com2 weeks ago RATE PM Modi's speech in Parliament  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Amma creates poll history as Tamil Nadu remains 'Dravidian', yet

With Tamil Nadu’s electoral fate decided, all eyes would now veer round to the pending ‘disproportionate assets case’ against Jayalalithaa in the Supreme Court, and Stalin’s own future within the DMK, says N Sathiya Moorthy. All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leader and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa created electoral history in the state on Thursday, by beating the customary ‘anti-incumbency’ and returning to power for a second consecutive ...
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Exit polls: Will Assam prove to go to the Eastgate for BJP?

According to the exit polls, the BJP-led alliance could bag 79 to 93 seats in the 126-member assembly and take power in Assam, ending 15 years of Congress rule. The India Today-Axis exit poll gave 79-93 seats to the BJP combine, 26-33 to the ...
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'Not passing the GST is a grave mistake'

United Progressive Alliance government had piloted the GST bill but Bharatiya Janata Party-ruled states like Gujarat had opposed the draft. As Parliament session ended without passing the landmark GST bill, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday rued the Rajya Sabha not approving the biggest indirect tax reform measure since independence, saying states stood to benefit the most from it. The Prime Minister, who spoke in the Upper House as it bid farewell to 53 retiring MPs, noted that Rajya ...
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