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'No Trust Motion' - 19 News Result(s)

  • "How Can I Look You In The Eye?" PM's Comeback After Rahul Gandhi Attack

    "How Can I Look You In The Eye?" PM's Comeback After Rahul Gandhi Attack

    A surprise hug from Rahul Gandhi in parliament on Friday did nothing to soften Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return fire hours later during a debate on the opposition-backed no-confidence motion against his government.

  • "You May Call Me Pappu, I Don't Hate You": Rahul Gandhi Hug Startles PM

    "You May Call Me Pappu, I Don't Hate You": Rahul Gandhi Hug Startles PM

    "You may call me Pappu, but I don't hate you," Rahul Gandhi said, looking directly at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then walking across to embrace him. It may not have been the "earthquake" he had promised once, but the Congress president's jaw-dropping gesture during the no-confidence motion debate in parliament came close to it, many lawmakers...

  • Why PM Modi Laughed During Rahul Gandhi's Speech

    Why PM Modi Laughed During Rahul Gandhi's Speech

    Long before their hug almost overshadowed everything else, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen chuckling heartily on Friday during Congress president Rahul Gandhi's speech in the no-confidence motion debate in parliament.

  • "PM Is Not A Chowkidar But Bhaagidaar": Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal

    "PM Is Not A <i>Chowkidar</i> But <i>Bhaagidaar</i>": Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal

    Rahul Gandhi, in an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the no-trust debate in parliament today, said, "You cannot look me in the eye."

  • "Government Made Mistakes," Says Shiv Sena On Change Of Heart On No-Trust

    "Government Made Mistakes," Says Shiv Sena On Change Of Heart On No-Trust

    Mo-trust motion: In a huge embarrassment to the ruling BJP, ally Shiv Sena decided to stay away from the no-confidence vote in parliament. On Thursday, BJP chief Amit Shah had phoned Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray requesting his support. "Shiv Sena is the party which always follows directive of party chief. We have decided to take a principled stand a...

  • "Why Time Limit," Says Congress, Given 38 Minutes In No-Trust Debate

    "Why Time Limit," Says Congress, Given 38 Minutes In No-Trust Debate

    No-trust motion: Just before the start of the no-confidence motion debate in parliament, the Congress protested loudly in the Lok Sabha about its speakers being allotted less time. The Congress has been allocated 38 minutes in the seven-hour debate and Rahul Gandhi is the lead speaker. The ruling BJP, which enjoys a majority in the Lok Sabha, has b...

  • AIADMK To Back Government In No Confidence Vote, Say Sources

    AIADMK To Back Government In No Confidence Vote, Say Sources

    Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK will support the government in the no-confidence motion against the government that will be taken up shortly in parliament. The party, sources said, will issue a whip to its 37 lawmakers to vote for the government.

  • Why PM Modi Met 5 Top Lieutenants Before No-Trust Vote

    Why PM Modi Met 5 Top Lieutenants Before No-Trust Vote

    No-trust motion: Before facing an opposition-backed no-confidence motion in parliament today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called a meeting with five top BJP leaders -- party president Amit Shah and ministers Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Nitin Gadkari and Ananth Kumar.

  • Sensex Surges Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 11,000; Infosys Leads Gains

    Sensex Surges Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 11,000; Infosys Leads Gains

    Share market on Friday: The market moved higher as the government already has the numbers to win the no-trust vote, said experts.

  • Rahul Gandhi To Open For Congress In No-Confidence Debate

    Rahul Gandhi To Open For Congress In No-Confidence Debate

    Rahul Gandhi will be the first speaker of the Congress at the debate preceding the no-confidence motion tomorrow in parliament.

  • No-Confidence Motion: A 5-Point Guide

    No-Confidence Motion: A 5-Point Guide

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP-led government will face a no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha on Friday. The no confidence motion was moved by the Opposition and accepted in the Lok Sabha at the start of the monsoon session of the Parliament. The motion was moved against the government on several issues - special status to Andhra Pradesh, mob...

  • With Hours To Go For No-Confidence Vote, BJP Plans Lunches, Dinners

    With Hours To Go For No-Confidence Vote, BJP Plans Lunches, Dinners

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's four-year-old government faces its first no confidence vote tomorrow, at a time all parties are prepping for state polls and the 2019 national elections, and the ruling BJP is leaving nothing to chance despite numbers.

  • Ahead Of No-Trust Vote, The 6 BJP Lawmakers Tracked By Opposition

    Ahead Of No-Trust Vote, The 6 BJP Lawmakers Tracked By Opposition

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP-led government tomorrow faces a no-confidence motion that it is certain to win and that no one doubts is anything but a chance for both the ruling coalition and opposition parties to score points.

  • Chandrababu Naidu's Lawmaker May Bunk His Party's No-Trust Motion

    Chandrababu Naidu's Lawmaker May Bunk His Party's No-Trust Motion

    As the Telugu Desam Party (TDP)'s no-confidence motion is taken up on Friday, one of its own lawmakers has threatened to bunk parliament. JC Diwakar Reddy says he is "fed up" with the centre and his party's government in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Behind Friday's No-Trust Vote Against Centre, Amit Shah's Strategy Shift

    Behind Friday's No-Trust Vote Against Centre, Amit Shah's Strategy Shift

    When the Congress-led opposition announced its intention to move a no trust motion against the BJP-led national coalition yesterday, many in the opposition had braced for a repeat of the budget session earlier this year when the centre was seen to resist the debate and the disruptions in Lok Sabha ensured the Speaker Sumitra Mahajan couldn't take u...

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'No Trust Motion' - 19 News Result(s)

  • "How Can I Look You In The Eye?" PM's Comeback After Rahul Gandhi Attack

    "How Can I Look You In The Eye?" PM's Comeback After Rahul Gandhi Attack

    A surprise hug from Rahul Gandhi in parliament on Friday did nothing to soften Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return fire hours later during a debate on the opposition-backed no-confidence motion against his government.

  • "You May Call Me Pappu, I Don't Hate You": Rahul Gandhi Hug Startles PM

    "You May Call Me Pappu, I Don't Hate You": Rahul Gandhi Hug Startles PM

    "You may call me Pappu, but I don't hate you," Rahul Gandhi said, looking directly at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then walking across to embrace him. It may not have been the "earthquake" he had promised once, but the Congress president's jaw-dropping gesture during the no-confidence motion debate in parliament came close to it, many lawmakers...

  • Why PM Modi Laughed During Rahul Gandhi's Speech

    Why PM Modi Laughed During Rahul Gandhi's Speech

    Long before their hug almost overshadowed everything else, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen chuckling heartily on Friday during Congress president Rahul Gandhi's speech in the no-confidence motion debate in parliament.

  • "PM Is Not A Chowkidar But Bhaagidaar": Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal

    "PM Is Not A <i>Chowkidar</i> But <i>Bhaagidaar</i>": Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal

    Rahul Gandhi, in an all-out attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the no-trust debate in parliament today, said, "You cannot look me in the eye."

  • "Government Made Mistakes," Says Shiv Sena On Change Of Heart On No-Trust

    "Government Made Mistakes," Says Shiv Sena On Change Of Heart On No-Trust

    Mo-trust motion: In a huge embarrassment to the ruling BJP, ally Shiv Sena decided to stay away from the no-confidence vote in parliament. On Thursday, BJP chief Amit Shah had phoned Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray requesting his support. "Shiv Sena is the party which always follows directive of party chief. We have decided to take a principled stand a...

  • "Why Time Limit," Says Congress, Given 38 Minutes In No-Trust Debate

    "Why Time Limit," Says Congress, Given 38 Minutes In No-Trust Debate

    No-trust motion: Just before the start of the no-confidence motion debate in parliament, the Congress protested loudly in the Lok Sabha about its speakers being allotted less time. The Congress has been allocated 38 minutes in the seven-hour debate and Rahul Gandhi is the lead speaker. The ruling BJP, which enjoys a majority in the Lok Sabha, has b...

  • AIADMK To Back Government In No Confidence Vote, Say Sources

    AIADMK To Back Government In No Confidence Vote, Say Sources

    Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK will support the government in the no-confidence motion against the government that will be taken up shortly in parliament. The party, sources said, will issue a whip to its 37 lawmakers to vote for the government.

  • Why PM Modi Met 5 Top Lieutenants Before No-Trust Vote

    Why PM Modi Met 5 Top Lieutenants Before No-Trust Vote

    No-trust motion: Before facing an opposition-backed no-confidence motion in parliament today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called a meeting with five top BJP leaders -- party president Amit Shah and ministers Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Nitin Gadkari and Ananth Kumar.

  • Sensex Surges Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 11,000; Infosys Leads Gains

    Sensex Surges Over 200 Points, Nifty Above 11,000; Infosys Leads Gains

    Share market on Friday: The market moved higher as the government already has the numbers to win the no-trust vote, said experts.

  • Rahul Gandhi To Open For Congress In No-Confidence Debate

    Rahul Gandhi To Open For Congress In No-Confidence Debate

    Rahul Gandhi will be the first speaker of the Congress at the debate preceding the no-confidence motion tomorrow in parliament.

  • No-Confidence Motion: A 5-Point Guide

    No-Confidence Motion: A 5-Point Guide

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP-led government will face a no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha on Friday. The no confidence motion was moved by the Opposition and accepted in the Lok Sabha at the start of the monsoon session of the Parliament. The motion was moved against the government on several issues - special status to Andhra Pradesh, mob...

  • With Hours To Go For No-Confidence Vote, BJP Plans Lunches, Dinners

    With Hours To Go For No-Confidence Vote, BJP Plans Lunches, Dinners

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's four-year-old government faces its first no confidence vote tomorrow, at a time all parties are prepping for state polls and the 2019 national elections, and the ruling BJP is leaving nothing to chance despite numbers.

  • Ahead Of No-Trust Vote, The 6 BJP Lawmakers Tracked By Opposition

    Ahead Of No-Trust Vote, The 6 BJP Lawmakers Tracked By Opposition

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP-led government tomorrow faces a no-confidence motion that it is certain to win and that no one doubts is anything but a chance for both the ruling coalition and opposition parties to score points.

  • Chandrababu Naidu's Lawmaker May Bunk His Party's No-Trust Motion

    Chandrababu Naidu's Lawmaker May Bunk His Party's No-Trust Motion

    As the Telugu Desam Party (TDP)'s no-confidence motion is taken up on Friday, one of its own lawmakers has threatened to bunk parliament. JC Diwakar Reddy says he is "fed up" with the centre and his party's government in Andhra Pradesh.

  • Behind Friday's No-Trust Vote Against Centre, Amit Shah's Strategy Shift

    Behind Friday's No-Trust Vote Against Centre, Amit Shah's Strategy Shift

    When the Congress-led opposition announced its intention to move a no trust motion against the BJP-led national coalition yesterday, many in the opposition had braced for a repeat of the budget session earlier this year when the centre was seen to resist the debate and the disruptions in Lok Sabha ensured the Speaker Sumitra Mahajan couldn't take u...

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