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Battleground Gujarat is a high

Battleground Gujarat is a high

Thursday marked the end of campaigning in Battleground Gujarat for all parties in fray for the 182-seat state Assembly election. During the entire course, all eyes were on the two main parties—BJP and Congress—as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rahul ... First, 3 days ago

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Cong clarifies party's abstinence from all parties' endeavour brLet NPF state stand on integrity Ibobi

Categorically clarifying that it was NPF's ambiguity and doublespeak on the question of safeguarding the State's integrity which put away Congress party from the all political parties' endeavour, particularly the memorandum drafting sub committee, ex Chief ...
 E Pao!2 weeks ago

Gujarat polls, Phase II: 43 Congress candidates face criminal cases

The Gujarat polls are drawing to an end with Tuesday being the final phase of campaigning before the state goes for polling in the second phase on December 14. Results for the 182-seat assembly will be announced on December 18. Ahead of the polling, here’s everything you need to know about the candidates. EXPLAINED: Gujarat Phase I polls in 5 graphs Of the 88 candidates that the Congress is fielding in the second phase of polling, 43 of them have criminal cases according to a study ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Gujarat Elections 2017: 8.5% of candidates have serious criminal cases against them, says report  DNA11 hours ago DNA THEME: Rajasthan Goonj in Gujarat  DNA1 day ago

Rajasthan hacking- If people want to return to Bengal, will provide assistance to set up business: Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee lashed out at state BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Monday for his comments regarding the hate murder of Md Afrazul Khan, a labourer from Malda district of Bengal who was killed in Rajasthan. “There are so many ...
 DNA11 hours ago Trinamool candlelight vigil to protest Bengal labourer's murder in Rajasthan  Prokerala3 days ago Bengal man hacked in Rajasthan buried in hometown, political parties condemn killing  Prokerala3 days ago Mamata condemns brutal killing of a laborer from Bengal  Deccan Herald3 days ago

UPDATE 2-India's Rahul Gandhi takes helm of Congress party to challenge Modi

* Rahul Gandhi takes over from his mother, Sonia Gandhi * Elevation comes ahead of key state polls * Prepares to challenge dominance of Prime Minister Modi(Adds ruling party comment, background; paragraphs 12,13) By Aditya Kalra and Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI, ...
 Sify6 hours ago Meghalaya Cong president D D Lapang opts out of poll race  Business Standard1 week ago Rahul Gandhi to file papers for Cong prez post today  DNA1 week ago Congress names Rahul Gandhi president  Deccan Herald17 hours ago

'Pained' Manmohan asks Modi to apologise over Pak conspiracy charges

Singh, in a statement, stressed that the Gujarat election was not discussed during meeting with some Pakistani officials at Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar's house. In a sharp counter-offensive on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his 'conspiracy with Pakistan' remark, former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said he was setting a "dangerous precedent" with his "ill-thought transgression" and asked him to apologise to the nation. In a strongly-worded statement, Singh ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago Congress demands PM Modi's apology over 'outrageous' Pak remark  catchnews.com6 hours ago Arun Jaitley rejects Manmohan's demand for PM Modi's apology, says Cong must give details of the meeting  DNA14 hours ago Jaitley rules out PM apology over Pak conspiracy charges  Rediff.com14 hours ago

Yamuna water to resolve drinking, irrigation issues; report set

The state government has started preparations to bring Yamuna water in the state. It will be brought to Churu district via pipeline from Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh and will be used for drinking and irrigation in Churu, Jhunjhunu and Sikar district. The Water ...
 DNA6 hours ago

Prasad raps Pakistan for sermon on elections

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today condemned the "unwarranted" statement by Pakistan on Gujarat elections and seemed to suggest that it was aimed at bailing out Congress party. Prasad said Indians were capable of contesting the countrys democracy on their ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago Don't drag us into your domestic politics: Pakistan to India  Rediff.com21 hours ago
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Farm loan waiver gets thumbs down from former RBI governors

Reddy noted that every political party in India has offered such waiver in some state or the other or at an all- India level Press Trust of India | New Delhi Last Updated at December 11, 2017 17:10 IST Former RBI Governors (L-R) Y.V.Reddy,C.Rangarajan,Bimal ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago Farm debt waivers not favoured by ex-RBI heads  Business Standard14 hours ago
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Not against private hospitals but can't ignore negligence, says Kejriwal

He also slammed Bharatiya Janata Party Delhi state President Manoj Tiwari for supporting Max hospital and opposing Delhi Government's decision to cancel its license IANS | New Delhi Last Updated at December 11, 2017 09:21 IST File picture of Arvind Kejriwal ...
 Business Standard21 hours ago
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