Former union information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari on Monday questioned the deafening silence of the government on reports of Chinese incursion in Demchok area of Ladakh, and said that it needs to answer to people on this issue. "Ever since this ... Zee News, 2 months ago
Manish Tewari questions govt's silence on latest Chinese incursion - Sify, 2 months ago
Commenting on bugs being found from the house of Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, former Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari said that the government has to make people aware of the legal provisions which safeguard one's ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Govt should discuss Nitin Gadkari bugging issue in Parliament: Congress Zee News, 2 months ago Govt should discuss Gadkari bugging issue in Parl: Tewari Business Standard, 2 months ago
Congress leader Salman Khurshid is defending controversial godman Asarap Bapu New Delhi : Once former union ministers and Congress party spokespersons, they are now back to being high-profile lawyers. As former Congress ministers head back to ...NDTV, 1 month ago
New Delhi, 15 September: The gag season is on in the All India Congress Committee (AICC) which continues to be in a state of drift following the Congress's worst-ever electoral disaster in the general elections. Today, the AICC issued a gag order ...The Statesman, 2 weeks ago Alvi, Tewari protest new Congress gag order Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago Alvi Tewari protest new Congress gag order Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
— By , September 11, 2014 12:14 am Remind him of the duty to safeguard media freedom New Delhi : Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday drew flak from rival parties over his remark that he would bury the media 10km under the ...The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago KCR Gets an Earful from Opposition for Attack on Media New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago Cong, BJP Slam KCR Over His 'Bury the Media' Remark Outlook India, 3 weeks ago KCR draws flak from Congress, BJP over 'bury the media' remark Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
Cong leaders fight to settle personal scores Statesman News Service New Delhi, 3 September Knives are out in the higher echelons of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) and the Congress seems to be descending into chaos as senior party ...The Statesman, 4 weeks ago
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