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Odisha CM Navin Patnaik bats for net neutrality
Times of India

Odisha CM Navin Patnaik bats for net neutrality

Odisha CM Navin Patnaik is the latest to join the chorus supporting net neutrality. Patnaik has written to Trai chairman Rahul Khullar opposing the implications suggested in the regulatory authority‚Äôs consultation paper. Times of India, 1 month ago
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Times of India, 1 month ago

Droupadi to be sworn in as 1st tribal woman guv today

Ranchi: Governor designate Droupadi Murmu arrived to a warm welcome at the Birsa Munda International Airport in Ranchi on Sunday. The first tribal and woman governor of any state in the country, Murmu will be sworn in as the ninth governor of the ...
 Times of India5 days ago

GST has potential to boost India's GDP: FM Jaitley

NEW DELHI: Emphasising the importance of Goods and Services Tax (GST), Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said, "GST has the potential to boost India's GDP. GST will check double taxation of goods." Addressing the Lok Sabha, FM Jaitley ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

FifthColumnist : Is NDA losing the plot?

Of all the touchstones that confront the NDA government, there is no bigger litmus test than the land acquisition bill. On it hinges the fortunes of this government. Months after the Lok Sabha passed the bill it is no closer to becoming law than when it was ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago Is NDA losing the plot?  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Gains from Janata merger

Alliances and mergers have been the favourite pastime jobs of the politicians. But the merger of the components and groups of the erstwhile Janata Party and floating a new unified Janata Party is different proposition in the prevailing context and ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago
IPA Newspack.com

NITISH TO GAIN MOST FROM JANATA MERGER

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter MULAYAM STILL FACING OPPOSITION IN HIS PARTY By Arun Srivastava Alliances and mergers have been the favourite pastime jobs of the politicians. But the merger of the components and groups ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

BJP phobia can't sustain Janata Parivar: BJD

NEW DELHI: The Biju Janata Dal, electorally the most successful faction of the Janata family, is least impressed by the imminent merger of SP, RJD, JD(U), JD(S), INLD and SJP. Navin Patnaik's party, which has emerged victorious in all Lok Sabha and ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Impact of opposition majority in Rajya Sabha

Is India ultimately getting ready to shed it national party government pretense? Such a development is no longer hypothetical after Congress, the country's oldest national party, lost heavily in the last Lok Sabha election occupying less than 44 ...
 The Echo Of India2 months ago
Rediff.com

Bumpy ride ahead for Modi govt in Parliament

Jubilant after passing the amendment on the motion of thanks in the President’s address, the opposition has decided to continue with their winning streak and further embarrass the government. Subbarami Reddy of the Congress, Derek O’Brien of the Trinamool Congress, Sitaram Yechury of the Communist Party of India-Marxist and D Raja of the Communist Party of India are moving a resolution in the Rajya Sabha which ‘disapproves of the ordinance promulgated by the President of India ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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