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Passing GST Bill in its present form makes no sense: Moily
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Passing GST Bill in its present form makes no sense: Moily

The Congress party on Thursday said the National Democratic Alliance government’s Goods and Services Tax Bill was a ‘distortion’ of the legislation drafted by the United Progressive Alliance government. Former Union minister and Congress leader Veerappa Moily said: “Passing the GST Bill in its present form makes no sense.” The Narendra Modi government is keen to get the Bill cleared by the Rajya Sabha (where it is short on numbers) in the coming Parliament session. Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Unprepared govt played into Pakistani hands on NSA talks issue: Congress

The Congress on Sunday charged the National Democratic Alliance government with having played into the hands of Pakistan on the National Security Advisor-level talks issue and giving the neighbouring country an opportunity to wriggle out of a dialogue on terror. “Unfortunately, the Government of India has played into its (Pakistan’s) hands by being imprecise, by being unprepared, by lacking focus, by being ad hoc, by not doing sufficient hard-nosed groundwork, good old-fashioned ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Modi government's policy on Pakistan a 'flop': Congress on failure of NSA-level talks  Rediff.com1 week ago Why didn't Pakistan raise Kashmir at Ufa, asks Rajnath Singh  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Cracks deepen in NDA over land bill

Faultlines in the National Democratic Alliance on the land bill are visible with three of Bharatiya Janata Party allies -- Shiv Sena, Shiromani Akali Dal and Swabhimani Paksha -- red-flagging a number of provisions of the proposed legislation. The contentious bill, which proposes amendments to the Land Acquisition Act of 2013, is under examination of a Joint Committee of Parliament which is about to conclude its consultation process and consider it clause-by-clause next week. While Shiv Sena ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago BJP withdraws changes, to stick with UPA's 2013 land bill  Rediff.com1 month ago Riding on the ordinance highway: Why the Supreme Court should step in  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Soldiers serve the country but don't get their due: Anna joins OROP protest

Social activist Anna Hazare on Sunday accused the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government of not fulfilling even a “single promise” including the implementation of One Rank One Pension scheme and assured the defence personnel that he will do whatever was possible in getting their due. Hazare, a former soldier himself on Sunday joined the protests by ex-servicemen over delay in implementation of OROP, said he would travel across the nation to “awaken” ...
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The people are silent

We’re behaving like frogs in warm water. We swim around untroubled, cooled by our faith in Indian liberal democracy. We are blind to the bubbles popping around us, the bubbles warning of fundamental changes, says Mihir S Sharma. India’s decades of liberal democracy have rightly been described as a “miracle”. In a country so complex, so divided, the odds were always against the success of liberal democratic institutions. And the success of democratisation has been about ...
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Housing for all: Good plan but tough to execute

While most companies have praised the government for its housing policy, the numbers seem beyond reach. The National Democratic Alliance government’s ambitious ‘housing for all by 2022’ scheme, approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday, is in the right direction but might be tough to execute, many in the real estate industry feel. Earlier, the United Progressive Alliance government had also come out with an affordable housing policy that never took off, as companies saw ...
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2015 Republic Day Message from Dr. Mrs. Catherine Deynu, Deputy National Women Organizer, NDC,

Democratic Republic of the Congo's National Day ModernGhana (Today) - WASHINGTON, July 1, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Press Statement John Kerry Secretary of State Washington, DC June 30, 2015 On behalf of President Obama and the ...
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Grand alliance breaks in Bihar; 'humiliated' Mulayam walks away

The nascent anti-Bharatiya Janata Party Grand Alliance on Thursday suffered a blow ahead of the Bihar assembly polls with Samajwadi Party storming out of it, saying it felt “humiliated” at being allotted a paltry five seats and deciding to contest the elections on its own. “In Bihar, the party will contest separately. The bigger parties in the alliance did not consult us while declaring seats due to which the SP felt humiliated. This is not the ‘gathbandhan ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago Bihar polls: JD-U, RJD to contest on 100 seats each  Rediff.com3 weeks ago BJP in trouble in Bihar as its allies LJP and RLSP play games  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Pappu Yadav threatens to pull out Manipuris from trains in Bihar

Bihar’s Jan Adhikar Party supremo Pappu Yadav, an expelled Rashtriya Janata Dal member of Parliament, on Wednesday threatened to forcibly pull out Manipuri passengers from trains running through Bihar and send them back to Manipur in retailitation of violence against Bihari migrants there. “If the situation did not improve or violence against Bihari migrants continues in Manipur, forcibly pull out Manipuri passengers from trains running through Bihar and send ...
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Man who has the third most important job in the government

Bharatiya Janata Party’s M Venkaiah Naidu is proud of the fact that he never speaks to reporters off-the-record. He has a bluff, hearty, no-nonsense style -- that can be misunderstood. Archis Mohan reports M Venkaiah Naidu is the only person in the Bharatiya Janata Party who became president of the party, resigned from the post and later accepted the post of vice-president: In a typical Venkaiah-ism he called it a de-promotion. For reporters covering the urban development and ...
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