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  • "Not Time For Showmanship": Opposition Attacks Centre In Zoom Meeting

    "Not Time For Showmanship": Opposition Attacks Centre In Zoom Meeting

    In a show of unity that has been rare in recent times, 22 opposition parties in an online meeting called by Congress president Sonia Gandhi attacked the government's response to the coronavirus crisis and put out a charter of demands that include direct cash transfer of Rs 7,500 for the poorest, transport for migrants and a "genuine" economic packa...

  • PM's Package "Cruel Joke On Country": Sonia Gandhi At Opposition Meet

    PM's Package "Cruel Joke On Country": Sonia Gandhi At Opposition Meet

    The government has abandoned any pretence of being democratic, has no compassion for the poor and has embarked on a "wild adventure of so-called reforms" including a grand clearance sale of public sector units, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said today during the first online meeting of opposition parties to discuss the coronavirus crisis.

  • Received No Invite For Opposition Meet, Claims AAP

    Received No Invite For Opposition Meet, Claims AAP

    Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party today said they have received no invitation for today's mega opposition meeting -- a claim leaders in the Congress contestedsaying they were initially invited for earlier meetings but they decided to stay away and hence we did not send any invitation.

  • After 4 PM "Deadline" For UP, Priyanka Gandhi Recalls Buses For Migrants

    After 4 PM "Deadline" For UP, Priyanka Gandhi Recalls Buses For Migrants

    Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today recalled the buses she had arranged for migrants after the Congress waited till 4 pm for Uttar Pradesh to allow them in. Hundreds of buses had lined up at Delhi's border with Uttar Pradesh since morning, with Congress leaders protesting at the site.

  • Sonia Gandhi Plans Mega Opposition Meet, Mamata Banerjee To Attend

    Sonia Gandhi Plans Mega Opposition Meet, Mamata Banerjee To Attend

    The Congress has called a meeting of the opposition parties on Friday afternoon to discuss the current situation in the country. The agenda includes the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the migrant issue, the states' suspension of labour laws, and the freeze on the activities of the various parliamentary committees which function ...

  • Rahul Gandhi Shares PM's Old Criticism Video In MGNREGA Thank You Note

    Rahul Gandhi Shares PM's Old Criticism Video In MGNREGA Thank You Note

    Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Monday took a sharp jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his government's decision to raise the yearly allocation to the rural employment guarantee scheme MGNREGA.

  • UP Accepts Priyanka Gandhi's Request For Congress To Run 1,000 Migrant Buses

    UP Accepts Priyanka Gandhi's Request For Congress To Run 1,000 Migrant Buses

    The Uttar Pradesh government has agreed to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's request to run 1,000 buses for migrants. The Yogi Adityanath government has written to the Congress leader's office for details of the buses, their numbers and names of their drivers.

  • P Chidambaram Shreds Economic Package, Says Many Left "High And Dry"

    P Chidambaram Shreds Economic Package, Says Many Left "High And Dry"

    The government's mega relief package worth over Rs 20 lakh crore for the coronavirus-hit economy "has left several sections high and dry", former Finance Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said today.

  • Lockdown Till May 31, More Economic Activity Likely To Be Allowed

    Lockdown Till May 31, More Economic Activity Likely To Be Allowed

    The Central guidelines for lockdown 4.0 -- which will continue till May 31 -- is likely to be declared later this evening following a meeting between officials of the Centre and states to fine-tune some crucial points. With the guidelines pending, three states -- Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Punjab -- have already extended lockdown till May 31.

  • "We Are Only In May": Finance Minister On Revising Fiscal Deficit Target

    "We Are Only In May": Finance Minister On Revising Fiscal Deficit Target

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said the government will give out a new fiscal deficit target later as she announced the last batch of measures under the centre's stimulus programme in response to the coronavirus crisis and the nationwide lockdown.

  • "Dramabaazi": Nirmala Sitharaman After Rahul Gandhi Meets Migrant Workers

    "<i>Dramabaazi</i>": Nirmala Sitharaman After Rahul Gandhi Meets Migrant Workers

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today derided Rahul Gandhi's move to meet migrant workers camping at a flyover in Delhi as "dramabaazi" and said the Congress should "be more responsible" while targeting the centre on migrants in distress because of the coronavirus lockdown.

  • States Can Borrow More, But Will Be Linked To Reforms, Says Centre

    States Can Borrow More, But Will Be Linked To Reforms, Says Centre

    States would be able to borrow more money, the Centre said today, increasing their borrowing limit from 3 per cent to 5 percent. This would give them an additional Rs 4.28 lakh crore, said Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, unveiling the Rs 20 lakh crore fiscal stimulus in the fifth and the last tranche.

  • Public Sector Units Open To Private Players, Government To Stay In Key Areas

    Public Sector Units Open To Private Players, Government To Stay In Key Areas

    The government will privatise state-run enterprises in non-strategic sectors and allow private companies to invest in all areas, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced on Sunday as part of the centre's COVID-19 economic stimulus programme.

  • Increased Health Spending, Labs In Every District Block, Announces Centre

    Increased Health Spending, Labs In Every District Block, Announces Centre

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said the government will increase investment in public health, focusing on grass-root level institutions like infectious disease centres in every district and diagnostic labs in every block.

  • States, MNREGA, Business On Centre's Fiscal Stimulus List: 10 Points

    States, MNREGA, Business On Centre's Fiscal Stimulus List: 10 Points

    Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in the fifth and final session of unveiling the Centre's Rs 20 lakh crore "Atma-Nirbhar Bharat" package, announced a big boost in spending on the MNREGA scheme, an upped borrowing limit for states, more relaxations for private players and big changes for health and education sectors. The minister announced...

'Reported By Sunil Prabhu' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Not Time For Showmanship": Opposition Attacks Centre In Zoom Meeting

    "Not Time For Showmanship": Opposition Attacks Centre In Zoom Meeting

    In a show of unity that has been rare in recent times, 22 opposition parties in an online meeting called by Congress president Sonia Gandhi attacked the government's response to the coronavirus crisis and put out a charter of demands that include direct cash transfer of Rs 7,500 for the poorest, transport for migrants and a "genuine" economic packa...

  • PM's Package "Cruel Joke On Country": Sonia Gandhi At Opposition Meet

    PM's Package "Cruel Joke On Country": Sonia Gandhi At Opposition Meet

    The government has abandoned any pretence of being democratic, has no compassion for the poor and has embarked on a "wild adventure of so-called reforms" including a grand clearance sale of public sector units, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said today during the first online meeting of opposition parties to discuss the coronavirus crisis.

  • Received No Invite For Opposition Meet, Claims AAP

    Received No Invite For Opposition Meet, Claims AAP

    Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party today said they have received no invitation for today's mega opposition meeting -- a claim leaders in the Congress contestedsaying they were initially invited for earlier meetings but they decided to stay away and hence we did not send any invitation.

  • After 4 PM "Deadline" For UP, Priyanka Gandhi Recalls Buses For Migrants

    After 4 PM "Deadline" For UP, Priyanka Gandhi Recalls Buses For Migrants

    Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today recalled the buses she had arranged for migrants after the Congress waited till 4 pm for Uttar Pradesh to allow them in. Hundreds of buses had lined up at Delhi's border with Uttar Pradesh since morning, with Congress leaders protesting at the site.

  • Sonia Gandhi Plans Mega Opposition Meet, Mamata Banerjee To Attend

    Sonia Gandhi Plans Mega Opposition Meet, Mamata Banerjee To Attend

    The Congress has called a meeting of the opposition parties on Friday afternoon to discuss the current situation in the country. The agenda includes the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the migrant issue, the states' suspension of labour laws, and the freeze on the activities of the various parliamentary committees which function ...

  • Rahul Gandhi Shares PM's Old Criticism Video In MGNREGA Thank You Note

    Rahul Gandhi Shares PM's Old Criticism Video In MGNREGA Thank You Note

    Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Monday took a sharp jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his government's decision to raise the yearly allocation to the rural employment guarantee scheme MGNREGA.

  • UP Accepts Priyanka Gandhi's Request For Congress To Run 1,000 Migrant Buses

    UP Accepts Priyanka Gandhi's Request For Congress To Run 1,000 Migrant Buses

    The Uttar Pradesh government has agreed to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's request to run 1,000 buses for migrants. The Yogi Adityanath government has written to the Congress leader's office for details of the buses, their numbers and names of their drivers.

  • P Chidambaram Shreds Economic Package, Says Many Left "High And Dry"

    P Chidambaram Shreds Economic Package, Says Many Left "High And Dry"

    The government's mega relief package worth over Rs 20 lakh crore for the coronavirus-hit economy "has left several sections high and dry", former Finance Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said today.

  • Lockdown Till May 31, More Economic Activity Likely To Be Allowed

    Lockdown Till May 31, More Economic Activity Likely To Be Allowed

    The Central guidelines for lockdown 4.0 -- which will continue till May 31 -- is likely to be declared later this evening following a meeting between officials of the Centre and states to fine-tune some crucial points. With the guidelines pending, three states -- Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Punjab -- have already extended lockdown till May 31.

  • "We Are Only In May": Finance Minister On Revising Fiscal Deficit Target

    "We Are Only In May": Finance Minister On Revising Fiscal Deficit Target

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said the government will give out a new fiscal deficit target later as she announced the last batch of measures under the centre's stimulus programme in response to the coronavirus crisis and the nationwide lockdown.

  • "Dramabaazi": Nirmala Sitharaman After Rahul Gandhi Meets Migrant Workers

    "<i>Dramabaazi</i>": Nirmala Sitharaman After Rahul Gandhi Meets Migrant Workers

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today derided Rahul Gandhi's move to meet migrant workers camping at a flyover in Delhi as "dramabaazi" and said the Congress should "be more responsible" while targeting the centre on migrants in distress because of the coronavirus lockdown.

  • States Can Borrow More, But Will Be Linked To Reforms, Says Centre

    States Can Borrow More, But Will Be Linked To Reforms, Says Centre

    States would be able to borrow more money, the Centre said today, increasing their borrowing limit from 3 per cent to 5 percent. This would give them an additional Rs 4.28 lakh crore, said Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, unveiling the Rs 20 lakh crore fiscal stimulus in the fifth and the last tranche.

  • Public Sector Units Open To Private Players, Government To Stay In Key Areas

    Public Sector Units Open To Private Players, Government To Stay In Key Areas

    The government will privatise state-run enterprises in non-strategic sectors and allow private companies to invest in all areas, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced on Sunday as part of the centre's COVID-19 economic stimulus programme.

  • Increased Health Spending, Labs In Every District Block, Announces Centre

    Increased Health Spending, Labs In Every District Block, Announces Centre

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday said the government will increase investment in public health, focusing on grass-root level institutions like infectious disease centres in every district and diagnostic labs in every block.

  • States, MNREGA, Business On Centre's Fiscal Stimulus List: 10 Points

    States, MNREGA, Business On Centre's Fiscal Stimulus List: 10 Points

    Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in the fifth and final session of unveiling the Centre's Rs 20 lakh crore "Atma-Nirbhar Bharat" package, announced a big boost in spending on the MNREGA scheme, an upped borrowing limit for states, more relaxations for private players and big changes for health and education sectors. The minister announced...

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