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  • Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Says Nothing To Do With Robert Vadra's Finances

    Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Says Nothing To Do With Robert Vadra's Finances

    In five years of controversy over her husband's alleged land deals in Haryana when the Congress was in power, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has clarified for the first time that she had "no relationship whatsoever" with the finances of Robert Vadra or his company Skylight Hospitality.

  • Okay To Pick Lokpal Without Congress Role, Supreme Court Tells Government

    Okay To Pick Lokpal Without Congress Role, Supreme Court Tells Government

    The anti-corruption Lokpal should be set up without delay and the lack of a Leader of Opposition should not hold up the process anymore, the Supreme Court told the government today. This means, the government can select an ombudsman without taking the Congress, the main opposition group, on board.

  • MCD Election Results 2017: After Dismal Delhi Show, Congress Reaches Out To AAP, Others

    MCD Election Results 2017: After Dismal Delhi Show, Congress Reaches Out To AAP, Others

    After failing to move out of its dismal number 3 spot in Delhi on Wednesday, the Congress has reached out to other opposition and regional parties asking them to end what it called their "anti-Congress" stance and focus on the BJP, which has been unstoppable in recent elections.

  • Sukma Naxal Attack: 25 CRPF Men Killed By Maoists In Chhattisgarh

    Sukma Naxal Attack: 25 CRPF Men Killed By Maoists In Chhattisgarh

    In the deadliest Maoist ambush in years, 25 men of the Central Reserve Police Force or CRPF died on Monday afternoon in Chhattisgarh's Sukma area. Six people were injured.The well-planned massacre was carried out by nearly 300 Maoists, a survivor said. At the time, the 99-member CRPF team was carrying out a sanitization exercise for an under-constr...

  • Sukma Attack: 26 CRPF Personnel Dead In Encounter With Maoists

    Sukma Attack: 26 CRPF Personnel Dead In Encounter With Maoists

    In the deadliest Maoist ambush since 2010, 26 personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force died and six were injured in Chhattisgarh's Sukma this afternoon. The attack started around 1 pm, when the men from 74 Battalion were providing protection to a group of construction workers who were building a road in the area.

  • An Opposition Candidate For President Sees Sonia Gandhi Back In Charge

    An Opposition Candidate For President Sees Sonia Gandhi Back In Charge

    After Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the Left's Sitaram Yechury has met Congress president Sonia Gandhi to discuss jointly fielding an opposition candidate against the nominee of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance in the election for President in July. Lalu Yadav of the RJD has said he too will meet Sonia Gandhi, who has deliberately been...

  • Red Beacon 'Lal Batti' Banned From May 1, PM Modi Says 'Every Indian Is A VIP'

    Red Beacon 'Lal Batti' Banned From May 1, PM Modi Says 'Every Indian Is A VIP'

    From next month, lal batti or red beacons will be banned for everybody including the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India. "There will be no exceptions," said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today, announcing after a cabinet meeting that only emergency vehicles like fire engines, ambulances and police vans can have beacons.

  • For 2019 Election, All-New VVPAT Machines, Centre Clears 3,000 Crores

    For 2019 Election, All-New VVPAT Machines, Centre Clears 3,000 Crores

    The next general election in 2019 will be conducted entirely with new electronic voting machines or EVMs that print a paper receipt for each vote cast. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced today that the centre is releasing about 3,000 crores to ensure the new machines are ready by September 2018, as needed by the Election Commission.

  • Won't Bring Law To Regulate Food Portions In Hotels: Minister Ram Vilas Paswan

    Won't Bring Law To Regulate Food Portions In Hotels: Minister Ram Vilas Paswan

    After stirring a debate on portion sizes that should be served at restaurants, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said that the government will not make any law or issue any order to hotels or restaurants to regulate the amount of food on a plate.

  • Congress' Veerappa Moily Defends EVMs As Party Takes Opposite Stand

    Congress' Veerappa Moily Defends EVMs As Party Takes Opposite Stand

    Former law minister and senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily is in the headlines for his staunch defence of the EVM or electronic voting machine after his party joined other opposition parties to petition the Election Commission against the machines.

  • Rahul Gandhi's Plan Is Familiar: 'We Have Started Introspecting'

    Rahul Gandhi's Plan Is Familiar: 'We Have Started Introspecting'

    Almost a month after the Congress was washed-out in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and was out-witted in two states by the BJP, which nimbly formed governments, sources close to the Congress President say India's oldest political party has plunged into "introspection." It is a word that has been heard very often in the last few years as the party ha...

  • As BJP Eyes Odisha Next, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's Assessment

    As BJP Eyes Odisha Next, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's Assessment

    Naveen Patnaik says he is not worried about the BJP's strong showing in local elections in Odisha, where assembly elections will be held in 2019. The Odisha chief minister and chief of the Biju Janata Dal says his math shows the BJP's rise "isn't remarkable at all."

  • 'Your Hero Slept At Night, Why Blame Me': Nitin Gadkari Twists Goa Knife

    'Your Hero Slept At Night, Why Blame Me': Nitin Gadkari Twists Goa Knife

    Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has been the target of many attacks for losing Goa to the BJP though the party had emerged as the single largest party in the elections. One more dart was hurled at him on Friday, this time by Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. A senior BJP leader, Mr Gadkari was credited with quickly stitching up the BJP's alli...

  • 'Let Bygones Be Bygones', Says Manmohan Singh As GST Bills Are Passed

    'Let Bygones Be Bygones', Says Manmohan Singh As GST Bills Are Passed

    Four Goods and Tax, or GST related bills, sailed through the Rajya Sabha or upper house of Parliament without amendments today, with the largest party - Congress - voting for the bills and against changes sought by other opposition parties. Just before the House voted, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked his party not to seek changes.

  • In Sena vs All Airlines, Threats Fly. Then, A Note Of Apology From Its MP

    In Sena vs All Airlines, Threats Fly. Then, A Note Of Apology From Its MP

    Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena parliamentarian who has been banned by airlines after he thrashed an Air India manager last month, has provided a letter in which he "regrets" the incident - he was clearly told this was a pre-requisite for him to fly again.

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