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  • India's Mangalyaan Mission a Success: Top Reactions
    On Wednesday, India's Mangalyaan spacecraft reached the orbit of the red planet in a historic moment for the country's space programme.
  • 'Manmohan Singh Can't Claim Ignorance': BJP on Former CAG Vinod Rai's Remarks
    The comments made by former CAG Vinod Rai against the previous UPA government and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has led to a barrage of political reactions. While Congress, which led the UPA government, has criticised Mr Rai, other parties are demanding answers from Dr Singh.
  • Who Said What: Modi Teachers Day Speech
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed students throughout the country on the Teachers' Day. 18 lakh government and private schools in the country are participating. Many schools changed timings for today to ensure students could watch or hear the PM at school.
  • BJP Trying to Take Power in Delhi Through Back Door, Says AAP
    The ruling BJP is likely to be asked to form government in Delhi, which has been under President's rule since February. Lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung has sought President Pranab Mukherjee's permission to invite the single largest party.
  • 'Who Takes Rahul Gandhi Seriously?' Asks BJP
    The BJP has hit back sharply at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 100 days in power. Mr Gandhi had accused the PM of "playing the drums in Japan and ignoring problems of power, water and prices in his own country."
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  • Knee-Jerk 'Dhokla' Diplomacy: Congress on India-Pakistan Talks Being Canceled
    India today called off foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan scheduled next week, sending out a strong message that its envoy's engagement with Kashmiri separatist leaders was unacceptable.
  •  Both SP, BJP Responsible for Riots, Says Mayawati on Saharanpur Probe Report
    A political blame game started after a five-member probe team submitted its report on the investigation of the Saharanpur clashes to the Uttar Pradesh government.
  • PM Modi's Independence Day Speech: Who Said What
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first Independence Day speech, in which he touched upon a range of issues including rape, India's potential as a manufacturing hub, the lack of toilets and the unpunctuality of most government officials -- received generally positive reviews from most people.
  • 'Sania Mirza is a Symbol of Pride for India': Reactions on Row Over BJP Leader's Controversial Remark
    Telangana BJP leader K Laxman on Wednesday flayed the state government's decision to appoint tennis star Sania Mirza as the brand ambassador of the newly carved-out state, terming her as "daughter-in-law" of Pakistan and questioning her credentials for the honour.
  • Unbecoming of Former Supreme Court Judge: Soli Sorabjee on Justice Katju's Allegations
    Eminent jurists are now stressing on the need for judicial reform after sensational claims made by former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju about how an allegedly corrupt judge was allowed to continue in the Madras High Court 10 years ago after pressure on then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh from his ally, the DMK.
  • Malaysian Airlines MH17 Shot Down: 'Terrorist Act', Says Ukrainian President
    A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 with 295 people on board is reported to have been shot down in Ukraine near the Russian border on Thursday evening. Ukrainian officials said local residents had found wreckage. A Reuters reporter said dozens of bodies were scattered around the smouldering wreckage of a passenger jet that had crashed in eastern Ukraine. An emergency services rescue worker said at least 100 bodies had so far been found at the scene, near the village of Grabovo, and that debris from the wreckage was scattered across an area up to about 15 km in diameter.
  • Row over Journalist's Meeting with Hafiz Saeed: Who Said What
    There was a huge ruckus in Parliament today after Ved Pratap Vedik, a journalist close to yoga teacher Ramdev, met 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan.
  • Shows Where We Want to Take India Through Railways: PM Narendra Modi on Flagship Railway Budget
    Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda today announced the Railway Budget 2014 - 2015, the Narendra Modi government's first railway budget, which the minister claims will be like 'nectar' for the future of the Indian Railways even if it seems like a 'bitter pill' to swallow for now. The railway minister has promised to modernise the Indian Railways network with a focus on seeking foreign direct investment to stabalise the cash strapped public sector.

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