Govt Anna Talks


'Govt Anna Talks' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Anna Hazare ends fast

    Anna Hazare ends fast

    After nearly 275 hours, Anna Hazare has ended his hunger strike in Delhi. Minutes before he ended his fast. the Indian Parliament accepted the three demands that were his pre-conditions for ending his fast against corruption. These will now form the basis of a new and historic anti-graft legislation.

  • Lokpal debate ends soon; vote follows; Anna ends fast tomorrow

    Lokpal debate ends soon; vote follows; Anna ends fast tomorrow

    Deja vu. Just when everything seemed in place for Anna Hazare to break his fast, Team Anna has just emerged from last-minute discussions with the government to say - "no breakthrough."

  • Lokpal debate at 11 am without vote; Anna still on fast

    Lokpal debate at 11 am without vote; Anna still on fast

    This is the longest that Anna Hazare has fasted in a long time, his condition is deteriorating, and every effort is now geared towards ensuring that his hunger strike does not go into a 13th day. At 11 am, Parliament will sit on a Saturday to debate the Lokpal Bill, with focus on Anna's Jan Lokpal, though there will be no voting. The debate will fo...

  • Lokpal Bill debate tomorrow, Anna Hazare's letter to PM suggests flexibility

    Lokpal Bill debate tomorrow, Anna Hazare's letter to PM suggests flexibility

    Lokpal Bill: The negotiations to end Anna Hazare's fast are now drenched in tension. The government has agreed that the 74-year-old's anti-corruption bill, named the Jan Lokpal Bill, will be debated in Parliament. But Anna must promise that he will end his hunger strike once that discussion begins.

  • Lokpal Bill crisis: Vilasrao brings message from PM to Anna

    Lokpal Bill crisis: Vilasrao brings message from PM to Anna

    As part of its efforts to convince anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare to end his hunger strike, the government is trying to approach him directly, rather than through his associates.

  • Lokpal Bill row: After acrimonious exchange, Team Anna says it will meet govt; Rahul expresses concern

    Lokpal Bill row: After acrimonious exchange, Team Anna says it will meet govt; Rahul expresses concern

    Lokpal Bill row: Ahead of a crucial and fourth round of talks with Anna Hazare's representatives, the government has indicated it's running out of patience with the activists. Last night, three of Anna's aides said negotiations were "back to Square One" after they met with Law Minister Salman Khursheed and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

  • PM issues statement on breakthrough in Anna-govt talks

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has issued a statement on the breakthrough in the talks between the government and social activist Anna Hazare.Here is the full text of the statement:Press Release  PM says agreement to combat corruption augurs well for democracy.   I am happy that the Government and representatives of civil society hav...

'Govt Anna Talks' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Anna Hazare ends fast

    Anna Hazare ends fast

    After nearly 275 hours, Anna Hazare has ended his hunger strike in Delhi. Minutes before he ended his fast. the Indian Parliament accepted the three demands that were his pre-conditions for ending his fast against corruption. These will now form the basis of a new and historic anti-graft legislation.

  • Lokpal debate ends soon; vote follows; Anna ends fast tomorrow

    Lokpal debate ends soon; vote follows; Anna ends fast tomorrow

    Deja vu. Just when everything seemed in place for Anna Hazare to break his fast, Team Anna has just emerged from last-minute discussions with the government to say - "no breakthrough."

  • Lokpal debate at 11 am without vote; Anna still on fast

    Lokpal debate at 11 am without vote; Anna still on fast

    This is the longest that Anna Hazare has fasted in a long time, his condition is deteriorating, and every effort is now geared towards ensuring that his hunger strike does not go into a 13th day. At 11 am, Parliament will sit on a Saturday to debate the Lokpal Bill, with focus on Anna's Jan Lokpal, though there will be no voting. The debate will fo...

  • Lokpal Bill debate tomorrow, Anna Hazare's letter to PM suggests flexibility

    Lokpal Bill debate tomorrow, Anna Hazare's letter to PM suggests flexibility

    Lokpal Bill: The negotiations to end Anna Hazare's fast are now drenched in tension. The government has agreed that the 74-year-old's anti-corruption bill, named the Jan Lokpal Bill, will be debated in Parliament. But Anna must promise that he will end his hunger strike once that discussion begins.

  • Lokpal Bill crisis: Vilasrao brings message from PM to Anna

    Lokpal Bill crisis: Vilasrao brings message from PM to Anna

    As part of its efforts to convince anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare to end his hunger strike, the government is trying to approach him directly, rather than through his associates.

  • Lokpal Bill row: After acrimonious exchange, Team Anna says it will meet govt; Rahul expresses concern

    Lokpal Bill row: After acrimonious exchange, Team Anna says it will meet govt; Rahul expresses concern

    Lokpal Bill row: Ahead of a crucial and fourth round of talks with Anna Hazare's representatives, the government has indicated it's running out of patience with the activists. Last night, three of Anna's aides said negotiations were "back to Square One" after they met with Law Minister Salman Khursheed and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

  • PM issues statement on breakthrough in Anna-govt talks

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has issued a statement on the breakthrough in the talks between the government and social activist Anna Hazare.Here is the full text of the statement:Press Release  PM says agreement to combat corruption augurs well for democracy.   I am happy that the Government and representatives of civil society hav...

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