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BJP Members Older Than 75 Declared 'Brain Dead', Says Yashwant Sinha
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BJP Members Older Than 75 Declared 'Brain Dead', Says Yashwant...

Edited by Sanjeev Singh (with inputs from Press Trust of India) | Updated: Jun 25, 2015 09:23 IST File photo of Yashwant Sinha (AFP) Mumbai, Maharashtra: BJP leaders above 75 were declared "brain dead" when the party came to power last year, ... NDTV, 5 days ago
All above 75 are dead in NDA: Yashwant Sinha Deccan Chronicle, 6 days ago
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A.K. Antony questions Rafale deal with France

Antony says several opposition leaders and top BJP leaders such as Yashwant Sinha and Jaswant Singh had opposed the purchase of the French fighter jets during the UPA regime, finding fault on different counts. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint New Delhi: ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago AK Antony questions Rafale deal with France  Economic Times1 month ago Congress slams Modi govt over Rafale fighter jet deal  India Today1 month ago Antony questions Rafale deal with France  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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PIL in Supreme Court for cancellation of Salman Khan's bail in hit-and-run case

The PIL filed by Yashwant Singh, a journalist, has alleged that the actor has been given preferential treatment and it "violates" legal principles. NEW DELHI: A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the Bombay High Court's order to grant bail to ...
 Economic Times1 month ago PIL filed in SC against Salman Khan's bail  HT Syndication1 month ago A Plea in SC Against Bail Given to Salman in Hit and Run Case  Outlook India1 month ago 2002 hit-and-run case: PIL filed in SC against Bombay HC's bail to Salman Khan  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Advani quit jab leaves party seething

Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit, jurist Soli Sorabjee, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and BJP patriarch LK Advani at a memorial meeting for former bureaucrat MN Buch in New Delhi on Monday. (PTI) New Delhi, June 29: L.K.
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago Advani's quit jab to Sushma, Raje leaves BJP seething  ABP Live20 hours ago

Golf: Day 2 of Hero Women tour 2015 suspended due to rain

Delhi experiences mild rain Court admits petition against Smriti Irani; Opposition ramps up resignation demands Yashwant Sinha hits out at RBI for sticking to high interest rates Increase in tension between India, Pakistan a threat to regional ...
 United News of India6 days ago Maggi to burn as fuel for cement plants  United News of India6 days ago Vodafone to bet big on K'taka market  United News of India6 days ago Yashwant Sinha hits out at RBI for sticking to high interest rates  United News of India6 days ago
MSN News US

Vyapam scam: 24th suspect dies under mysterious circumstances

Narendra Singh Tomar, an accused in the high-profile MPPEB scam, died under mysterious circumstances in an Indore district jail, adding another murky chapter to the scandal in which 24 accused and witnesses have died so far. Thirty-year-old Tomar, ...
 MSN News US2 days ago Vyapam scam: Yet another accused, Narendra Singh Tomar, dies  DNA India2 days ago Yet another Vyapam scam accused dies  Press Trust of India2 days ago Another Vyapam scam accused dies in MP  The Hindu1 day ago
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Rule of law till I'm at helm: Nitish

PATNA: In his first comment on law and order since the arrest of JD(U) MLA Anant Singh, CM Nitish Kumar on Friday said he would ensure the rule of law in the state, which he had been pursuing since 2005 when he became chief minister for the second ...
 Times of India4 days ago
Financial Express

BJP leadership declared all leaders above 75 as brain dead: Yashwant Sinha

Sinha also targeted Modi over his pet 'Make in India' initiative, saying "make India first" and the rest will follow. All those who are above the age of 75 were declared brain dead on May 26, 2014, senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha has said, ...
 Indian Express6 days ago BJP veterans aged above 75 were declared brain dead by Narendra Modi: Yashwant Sinha  Financial Express6 days ago
Indian Express

Prez condoles passing away of Dileep Singh Bhuria

Prez condoles passing away of Dileep Singh Bhuria SC seeks report from Pune Police on labourers kept in illegal confinement US nuclear force upgrade affordable despite high cost-study Heavy rain warning sounded in MP Army inaugurates tickets counter ...
 United News of India6 days ago Indian scholar Pullela Srirama passes away  United News of India6 days ago Govt to conduct audit of all cooperative banks, credit societies in Mah: Minister  United News of India6 days ago Prasanna refutes his resignation  United News of India6 days ago

Barh killing: Ruling JD(U) MLA, Anant Singh, in police custody, Alliance comes under strain

Assam youth held for attempt to sexually assault medical student Delhi Assy passes Bill aimed at rehabilitation of jhuggi jhopri dwellers Barh killing: Ruling JD(U) MLA, Anant Singh, in police custody, Alliance comes under strain N-E students to ...
 United News of India6 days ago Delhi Assy passes Bill aimed at rehabilitation of jhuggi jhopri dwellers  United News of India6 days ago N-E students to participate in 'Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan'  United News of India6 days ago Gauhati HC stays Mizoram STEE rules  United News of India6 days ago
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