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Sena sharpens attack on Centre, says
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Sena sharpens attack on Centre, says "worst in 10,000 years"

In a stinging attack on the National Democratic Alliance government over demonetisation, key ally Shiv Sena on Friday described it as the “worst regime in 10,000 years” and said the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders are living in fool’s paradise to think that the exercise would eradicate black money after putting even women to great difficulty. Referring to the report of a woman removing her top clothes in angst in front of the RBI regional office in Delhi after failing to get a ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Opposition calls PM's reply arrogant, election propaganda

Terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in the Lok Sabha as ‘arrogant’, the Congress on Tuesday said he lost a ‘good’ opportunity to present his vision and what he and his party stood for. “This was quite an arrogant reply. This was the last opportunity for him, because next budget and President’s address will be before the next Lok Sabha election. “He should have used this window of opportunity to present his vision, clarity and also ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Rahul mimics Modi; says he instils fear among people  Rediff.com1 month ago Mock me but answer my questions: Rahul hits back at PM  Rediff.com1 month ago In marathon speech, Modi takes on Congress  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Jaitley's Budget scores a distinction with a mother

‘Well done Mr Jaitley, now go and implement your schemes. No leakages, no lapses and no laziness,’ columnist Sudhir Bisht's mother's wise words for the finance minister. Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Every year, after the finance minister announces his Budget for the next financial year, my mother, a 78-year old homemaker who lives with my 82-year old father, a retired bureaucrat, asks me a few questions. I try to answer them in the form of giving facts, without offering my ...
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BJP forms government in Arunachal as 33 PPA MLAs join the party

A Bharatiya Janata Party government was installed in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday after 33, out of 43 Peoples’ Party of Arunachal members of legislative assembly led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu, joined the saffron brigade in this politically fragile state. Khandu paraded the MLAs before assembly Speaker Tenzing Norbu Thongdok who accepted their joining. The high-voltage political drama began since late Thursday night after PPA President Kahfa Bengia temporarily suspended Khandu, his ...
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Not so united: JD-U, Left parties to skip Cong's meet on Tuesday

Cracks were visible in the Opposition unity ahead of Tuesday’s meeting convened by Congress to ramp up attack on demonetisation and alleged “personal corruption” of the prime minister, with Left parties and the Janata Dal-United unlikely to attend it. While the Left parties announced they are staying away, the JD-U also gave hints that it may follow suit. Congress is part of the JD-U-led Nitish Kumar government in Bihar. There was no immediate word from the Samajwadi ...
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'Modi a prisoner of his own image, interested in TRP politics'

The Congress has never given India a PM who was a prisoner of his or her own image, said Rahul Gandhi at the party’s MPs’ meet. Rahul Gandhi on Friday launched an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of practising TRP politics and said the country has suffered damage due to his “vanity”. Addressing MPs at the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting in the absence of his mother Sonia Gandhi, who is indisposed, Rahul described the prime minister as ...
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Jaitley counters Manmohan, pitches 'honest system' for transformation

Rejecting former prime minister Manmohan Singh’s criticism of demonetisation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said the National Democratic Alliance government is trying to transform the previous regime of “loot and plunder” into a more “honest system”. “We are trying to transform India’s economy where there is a premium on honesty... We switched over from a system which promotes it (corruption, dubious political funding, bribery) into a ...
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Why UP's numbers are so important for Modi in the Rajya Sabha

A defeat in UP will, therefore, dent the Modi government's efforts to win more seats in the Rajya Sabha.Archis Mohan reports. Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a public rally in Aligarh on February 5 that winning the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls was important to help his party get a majority in the Rajya Sabha. The BJP's rivals, he said, have come together in Uttar Pradesh not just to win the assembly polls, but to frustrate his party's efforts to get a majority in the Rajya Sabha. 'They are ...
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UP polls: Allies, mother-son fighting each other in Allahabad

Pre-poll allies the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Apna Dal as well as the Congress and the Samajwadi Party are fighting each other on some of the 12 assembly seats in the district while a mother-son contest is also on. In the dozen assembly segments in Allahabad that will go to polls on February 23, 181 candidates are in the fray. Nominations for the assembly seats, the largest number for any single district in Uttar Pradesh, began with issuing of notifications for the fourth phase of polls ...
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India unimpressed by Saeed's detention, wants 'credible crackdown' on terror

India said on Tuesday that it is not impressed by the detention of Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed in Lahore, saying only a ‘credible crackdown’ on terror outfits, including Saeed’s, will prove Pakistan’s sincerity as such actions had been taken against the 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind in the past too. “We have also noted that Hafiz Saeed and four others have been placed under preventive detention. Exercises such as yesterday’s (Monday’s) orders ...
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