It faces problems aplenty, but the₹20,000-crore National Optical FibreNetwork can bridge the gap between rural and urban India ifimplemented well. Business Line visited pilot projects in Rajasthan, Tripura andAndhra Pradesh to track its ... Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago
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vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said he does not approve of the impotent remark made by Union Minister Salman Khurshid against Narendra Modi in the context of the 2002 Gujarat riots. I do not appreciate this kind of comment...The kind of ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago Rahul snubs Khurshid The Echo Of India, 1 week ago Rahul pulls up Khurshid for calling Modi 'impotent' Hindustan Times, 1 week ago IMPOTENT BARBRahul disapproves Khurshid's comment on Modi The Week, 1 week ago
Congress vice-president on Thursday criticised Union minister of external affairs Salman Khurshid for calling BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi "impotent" over the Gujarat chief minister's handling of the post-Godhra riots in 2002. ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Khurshid earns disapproval, Rahul rejects his Modi comment Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
New Delhi, Jan 14 (IANS) Shedding any doubts about his "reluctance" to become the Congress party's prime ministerial candidate for the general election, Rahul Gandhi said he will abide by the party's orders and discharge "whatever responsibility" ...News Track India, 1 month ago
Rahul Gandhi's indication that he was ready to don the role of Congress prime ministerial candidate found endorsement from his party leaders Tuesday while drawing criticism from the BJP for dynastic politics. Senior Congress leader Ambika Soni ...Nagaland Post, 1 month ago Congress supports Rahul Gandhi on PM post indication ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
The BJP immediately took the cue and demanded the Prime Minister's resignation. Dr Manmohan Singh, will you permit yourself to be questioned by the CBI? They talk of fighting corruption…we would like to ask Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi if they ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
New Delhi: The Centre today accepted for the first time that "something has gone wrong" in the allocation of coal blocks, at a hearing in the Supreme Court on "Coal-Gate." "Yes. I accept something had gone wrong. We take decisions in good faith but ...NDTV, 1 month ago
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