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  • Rahul Gandhi Blames 'Catastrophic' Notes Ban On PM Narendra Modi's 'Vanity'

    Rahul Gandhi Blames 'Catastrophic' Notes Ban On PM Narendra Modi's 'Vanity'

    With his mother and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi unwell, a meeting of the party's parliamentarians this morning was chaired by Rahul Gandhi, who said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "vanity and incompetence" and policy-making based on "TRPs" has forced "a catastrophic experiment" on the country in demonetisation.

  • PM In Parliament, Opposition Walks Out After Raising Nagrota Terror Attack: 10 Points

    PM In Parliament, Opposition Walks Out After Raising Nagrota Terror Attack: 10 Points

    Another day of the winter session was lost to disruptions on Wednesday, with opposition lawmakers continuing to demand an explanation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the currency ban and also raising the terror attack in Nagrota, Jammu and Kashmir, in which seven armymen were killed yesterday. PM Modi was present in the Lok Sabha and the governm...

  • During Debate On Notes Ban, This Punchline Made PM Narendra Modi Laugh

    During Debate On Notes Ban, This Punchline Made PM Narendra Modi Laugh

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi couldn't help but laugh briefly during a fierce attack by the opposition on his decision to ban 500 and 1,000-rupee notes.

  • PM Calls Cabinet Meet Tonight Amid Opposition Attack Over Notes Ban: 10 Developments

    PM Calls Cabinet Meet Tonight Amid Opposition Attack Over Notes Ban: 10 Developments

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a cabinet meeting at 8 tonight, amid a ferocious attack by the opposition over the notes ban. It will be the second cabinet meeting since yesterday.

  • Parliament Winter Session Day 6: Live Updates

    Parliament Winter Session Day 6: Live Updates

    Demonetisation issue has taken centre stage among issues and moves discussed in the parliament. A united opposition have decided to escalated attack on government over the demonetisation issue by protesting outside Parliament today. They also plan to meet the President, and holding street protests in the coming days.

  • Demonetisation Issue: Opposition Parties To Protest Outside Parliament Tomorrow

    Demonetisation Issue: Opposition Parties To Protest Outside Parliament Tomorrow

    A united opposition today decided to escalate the attack on the government over the demonetisation issue by holding a 'dharna' outside Parliament tomorrow, as well as meeting the President, and holding street protests in the coming days.

  • PM Narendra Modi Has Time To Address Coldplay But Not Parliament, Says Rahul Gandhi

    PM Narendra Modi Has Time To Address Coldplay But Not Parliament, Says Rahul Gandhi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi must speak to parliament about his decision to suddenly cancel 500-and-1,000 rupee notes, the opposition insisted today, remaining united around its attack on the currency ban.

  • PM Narendra Modi 'Bravely Riding A Tiger', Says Nitish Kumar On Notes Ban

    PM Narendra Modi 'Bravely Riding A Tiger', Says Nitish Kumar On Notes Ban

    Nitish Kumar is resolute about standing apart from the rest of the Opposition about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to outlaw 500 and 1000-rupee notes. "Prime Minister Modi is now riding a tiger which could damage his alliances, but there's great sentiment in favour of his move and we should respect that," said Mr Kumar, who is the Bihar Ch...

  • PM Narendra Modi Meets Arun Jaitley On Notes Ban, Opposition Plans Bandh: 10 Points

    PM Narendra Modi Meets Arun Jaitley On Notes Ban, Opposition Plans Bandh: 10 Points

    Faced with an escalating attack from a united opposition that now plans a nationwide bandh over demonetisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday evening for another review of the impact of the ban on 500 and 1000 rupee notes.

  • Opposition To Coordinate Attack Against Notes Ban, Congress Issues Whip

    Opposition To Coordinate Attack Against Notes Ban, Congress Issues Whip

    A united opposition is all set to corner the government in parliament today on the banning of old notes. The Congress has issued a whip to its parliamentarians to attend the parliament while leaders of opposition parties are expected to meet to chalk out a joint strategy.

  • PM's No Names Swipes In Agra Get Response From Mamata Banerjee, Mayawati

    PM's No Names Swipes In Agra Get Response From Mamata Banerjee, Mayawati

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday chose a rally in Agra to voice his retaliation to a stiff attack from the opposition parties in parliament over demonetisation.

  • You Should Apologise, Not Me, Ghulam Nabi Azad Tells Government

    You Should Apologise, Not Me, Ghulam Nabi Azad Tells Government

    The Lok Sabha has been adjourned for the day again on Friday, the third day of the winter session of Parliament, as a united opposition continued to attack the government on the currency ban. The Rajya Sabha has been adjourned multiple times for short periods as lawmakers of the ruling BJP demanded that Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad apologise fo...

  • No Question Of Roll Back Of Demonetisation, Says Arun Jaitley

    No Question Of Roll Back Of Demonetisation, Says Arun Jaitley

    Unfazed by combined opposition attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in and outside Parliament, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today ruled out roll back of demonetisation saying the government is firm on cleansing politics and economy of the country.

  • Opposition Stalls Parliament, Wants PM Narendra Modi To Answer On Rs 500 And 1000 Notes Ban: 10 Facts

    Opposition Stalls Parliament, Wants PM Narendra Modi To Answer On Rs 500 And 1000 Notes Ban: 10 Facts

    Both Houses of parliament were adjourned on Thursday as opposition lawmakers continued their attack on the government over the impact of its ban on 500 and 1000 rupee notes. Today was the second day of the winter session. Union finance minister Arun Jaitley later rejected all demands of the opposition.

  • For The First Time, Honest Been Honoured, Says Government On Notes Ban

    For The First Time, Honest Been Honoured, Says Government On Notes Ban

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's abrupt withdrawal of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes has "taught the corrupt a strong lesson," said minister Piyush Goyal in parliament this morning, responding to a scathing speech by the Congress' Anand Sharma about how the ban has hit the poor, while letting fat cats off the hook.

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