Days after the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam pulled out of the United Progressive Alliance, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday candidly admitted that managing coalitions is not easy and urged industry leaders to have faith in government's determination to revive the economy. Acknowledging that there were deficiencies in governance, Singh said the advantage of being a democracy is that the shortcomings were always put before the public. "And there are indeed many deficiencies. Corruption is ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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After quitting the United Progressive Alliance coalition on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue, the Dravida Munetra Kazhagam on Monday demanded that India should boycott the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting scheduled to be held in Colombo in November. "While the Commonwealth secretariat should not convene the meeting at Colombo, but if it happens, India should boycott the meeting in order to reflect the sentiments of the Tamils the world over and to keep up the democratic spirits," the DMK ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago DMK pulls out of UPA: How experts see impact on markets & economy Myiris, 2 months ago DMK pulls out of UPA over Lanka issue Sify, 2 months ago Congress, DMK meeting fails to make headway on Sri Lanka Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Key United Progressive Alliance ally Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday said the Centre's ruling coalition had become "vulnerable" after the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s pullout and that elections were round the corner. The Union agriculture minister also said that since Congress was the majority party in the UPA, his party would respect its view on the alliance's prime ministerial candidate. "UPA's position has become vulnerable after DMK's pullout. We have to ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago UPA government vulnerable after DMK pullout: Pawar Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Don't jump to conclusion: NCP on DMK Sify, 2 months ago What track will Congress Bansal take today? Business Line, 2 months ago
New Delhi, Mar 25 : With the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) now dependent on his support more after the DMK pulled out over Sri Lanka issue, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav holds the key to the survival of UPA now, but the Uttar Pradesh strongman ...New Kerala, 1 month ago
United Progressive Alliance Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday dismissed reports of differences with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, asserting, "We all stand by him". "There are no differences between the prime minister and me. There is collective leadership," Gandhi told reporters at a function held to celebrate four years of the UPA-II government. Gandhi said Dr Singh has been facing “unrelenting attack and abuse" from the opposition and expressed her firm support to him. "The ...Rediff.com, 13 hours ago Sonia, PM attack BJP for disrupting Parliament Rediff.com, 13 hours ago
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: As the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government celebrated fourth anniversary of its second avatar, the BJP on Wednesday hit out at the coalition dubbing it a failure. Speaking at a press briefing in the national ...ZeeNews.com, 23 hours ago On 4th anniversary, UPA-II has nothing much to celebrate Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Congress's five-tatva scam Business Standard, 2 months ago
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday sought to paint a dismal picture of United Progressive Alliance-II holding it responsible for the economic gloom and failure to give the country leadership while accusing it of diminishing the role of the prime minister. On the fourth anniversary of the UPA-II, BJP leaders Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley said they would limit their critique to the second innings of the Congress-led coalition which has witnessed "mindboggling" scams that hit the common man ...Rediff.com, 21 hours ago Sushma Swaraj pans UPA govt, says Manmohan just a PM, not a leader InToday, 17 hours ago
Instead of kudos, a survey revealed that urban India is ready with brickbats for the United Progressive Alliance as it found the government to be timid and short of political maturity.Troubled in power. PTI Troubled in power. PTI According to a ...Firstpost.com, 1 day ago UPA set for debacle in LS polls, NDA to gain: Survey Rediff.com, 2 days ago
NEW DELHI On the eve of the fourth anniversary of United Progressive Alliance-II, (UPA) opinion polls have not brought any cheer to the government, predicting slide in the ruling alliances tally amid rising dissatisfaction among large sections of ...Oman Tribune, 1 day ago Govt to present report card to salvage pride Deccan Herald, 1 day ago Peethambara Kurup predicts comfortable win for UPA in 2014 polls Kaumudi, 1 month ago UPA-II needs course correction: Praful Patel (Interview) News Track India, 23 hours ago
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