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'Reported By Sunil Prabhu Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 282 News Result(s)

  • "Dictators' Names Begin with M": On Rahul Gandhi's Dig, BJP's Retort

    "Dictators' Names Begin with M": On Rahul Gandhi's Dig, BJP's Retort

    Congress's Rahul Gandhi, who regularly targets Prime Minister Narenra Modi in his tweets, posted a barbed question today. "Why do so many dictators have names that begin with M?" he tweeted. A list followed as evidence -- "Marcos, Mussolini, Milosevic, Mubarak, Mobutu, Musharraf, Micombero".

  • Centre "Bleeding Dry" Public Sector Banks: P Chidambaram Rips Into Budget

    Centre "Bleeding Dry" Public Sector Banks: P Chidambaram Rips Into Budget

    Senior Congress leader and former finance minister P Chidambaram criticised the 2021 budget today on several counts, including special outlays for election-bound states and the measures announced for the Public Sector Banks or PSBs. "The intent of the government is clear -- to let the PSBs bleed slowly so that they can be privatized," he said.

  • Amid Covid, Farmers' Protest, Budget Session Of Parliament Begins Today

    Amid Covid, Farmers' Protest, Budget Session Of Parliament Begins Today

    The Budget session of parliament will begin today with strict observance of restrictions for coronavirus. The Union Budget will be presented on February 1. The session, which will continue till the first week of April, is set to be stormy, with the opposition out to corner the government over the contentious farm laws amid the ongoing farmers' prot...

  • Ground-Breaking Ceremony For New Parliament, PM Modi Attends: 10 Points

    Ground-Breaking Ceremony For New Parliament, PM Modi Attends: 10 Points

    To mark the symbolic launch of the new parliament building on the Central Vista today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend a ground-breaking ceremony at the heart of Delhi near India Gate. The actual construction, however, cannot begin immediately, with a petition challenging the project pending in Supreme Court. The new parliament building is...

  • Divided Opposition Meets President Kovind On Farmers' Issue

    Divided Opposition Meets President Kovind On Farmers' Issue

    A team of opposition leaders -- mostly Congress and the Left parties -- met President Ram Nath Kovind this evening to submit a memorandum on the farmers' issues. The meeting comes amid talk of a rift within the opposition

  • "Focus Was On Support Price": Bhupinder Hooda Defends Congress Policy

    "Focus Was On Support Price": Bhupinder Hooda Defends Congress Policy

    Misconceptions are being spread about the Congress policy on farmers during the UPA rule, senior party leader and former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder SIngh Hooda said today. The Congress policy has been called into question by the BJP, which claimed that the party was contradicting it just to incite farmers and oppose the government.

  • "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the key dissenters in the party, today offered another explanation of the party's recent slump when it comes to elections. Speaking in the middle of the latest controversy to hit the party - sharp criticism by party colleague Kapil Sibal after the Bihar election - Mr Azad said leaders who get a ticket now turn th...

  • "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the 23 original dissenters whose letter created a storm in the Congress - on Sunday appeared to pick holes in fellow dissenter Kapil Sibal's remarks on party leadership.

  • Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress's Kapil Sibal, who has been under fire from party colleagues over his remarks criticizing the party leadership, has refused to officially respond to the attacks. Sources close to him, however, said he had expressed surprise on being attacked for not campaigning in the Bihar election.

  • From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    The very public dissent over leadership issues within the Congress, which has been making headlines since August, has not been only about electoral performance. Its policies have also been brought into question by senior leaders.

  • "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    Congress's Salman Khurshid joined issue with Kapil Sibal and other critics within the party who have been pressing for a change in leadership, with a with a lengthy post on Facebook. Starting with the couplets of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor, he urged the critics to look within themselves for flaws, and contended that "If the mood of...

  • Iconic Structure For Central Vista: Government Reveals Plans For Last Stretch

    Iconic Structure For Central Vista: Government Reveals Plans For Last Stretch

    An iconic structure on the last stretch of the Central Vista project should be built by August 2022 to commemorate the 75th year of Independence, the government said today while announcing a design competition, timeline and site location for the multi-crore project. The "Nav Bharat Udyan" will be the last part of the Central Vista project, the Indi...

  • After Television Ratings Row, Panel To Take "Fresh Look" At Guidelines

    After Television Ratings Row, Panel To Take "Fresh Look" At Guidelines

    The guidelines for television ratings in the country will be reviewed and a committee has been formed for it, the Centre said today amid the raging row over the alleged ratings manipulation by Republic TV.

  • Government Invoked Rare Rule To Set Up Air Quality Panel: Sources

    Government Invoked Rare Rule To Set Up Air Quality Panel: Sources

    The ordinance or executive order of the Centre to help set up a permanent committee to look into the air quality management in Delhi and adjoining areas, was rushed through yesterday under special provisions, bypassing the Union cabinet, sources told NDTV. The ordinance was passed ahead of a Supreme Court hearing today on the pollution issue. In th...

  • Stubble Burning: Supreme Court Agrees To Request After Centre Assures Law

    Stubble Burning: Supreme Court Agrees To Request After Centre Assures Law

    The one-man committee to oversee steps to tackle stubble burning was suspended by the Supreme Court today as the Centre said it would create a permanent body through legislation to deal with annual air pollution problem in Delhi and its surrounding areas.

'Reported By Sunil Prabhu Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 282 News Result(s)

  • "Dictators' Names Begin with M": On Rahul Gandhi's Dig, BJP's Retort

    "Dictators' Names Begin with M": On Rahul Gandhi's Dig, BJP's Retort

    Congress's Rahul Gandhi, who regularly targets Prime Minister Narenra Modi in his tweets, posted a barbed question today. "Why do so many dictators have names that begin with M?" he tweeted. A list followed as evidence -- "Marcos, Mussolini, Milosevic, Mubarak, Mobutu, Musharraf, Micombero".

  • Centre "Bleeding Dry" Public Sector Banks: P Chidambaram Rips Into Budget

    Centre "Bleeding Dry" Public Sector Banks: P Chidambaram Rips Into Budget

    Senior Congress leader and former finance minister P Chidambaram criticised the 2021 budget today on several counts, including special outlays for election-bound states and the measures announced for the Public Sector Banks or PSBs. "The intent of the government is clear -- to let the PSBs bleed slowly so that they can be privatized," he said.

  • Amid Covid, Farmers' Protest, Budget Session Of Parliament Begins Today

    Amid Covid, Farmers' Protest, Budget Session Of Parliament Begins Today

    The Budget session of parliament will begin today with strict observance of restrictions for coronavirus. The Union Budget will be presented on February 1. The session, which will continue till the first week of April, is set to be stormy, with the opposition out to corner the government over the contentious farm laws amid the ongoing farmers' prot...

  • Ground-Breaking Ceremony For New Parliament, PM Modi Attends: 10 Points

    Ground-Breaking Ceremony For New Parliament, PM Modi Attends: 10 Points

    To mark the symbolic launch of the new parliament building on the Central Vista today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend a ground-breaking ceremony at the heart of Delhi near India Gate. The actual construction, however, cannot begin immediately, with a petition challenging the project pending in Supreme Court. The new parliament building is...

  • Divided Opposition Meets President Kovind On Farmers' Issue

    Divided Opposition Meets President Kovind On Farmers' Issue

    A team of opposition leaders -- mostly Congress and the Left parties -- met President Ram Nath Kovind this evening to submit a memorandum on the farmers' issues. The meeting comes amid talk of a rift within the opposition

  • "Focus Was On Support Price": Bhupinder Hooda Defends Congress Policy

    "Focus Was On Support Price": Bhupinder Hooda Defends Congress Policy

    Misconceptions are being spread about the Congress policy on farmers during the UPA rule, senior party leader and former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder SIngh Hooda said today. The Congress policy has been called into question by the BJP, which claimed that the party was contradicting it just to incite farmers and oppose the government.

  • "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the key dissenters in the party, today offered another explanation of the party's recent slump when it comes to elections. Speaking in the middle of the latest controversy to hit the party - sharp criticism by party colleague Kapil Sibal after the Bihar election - Mr Azad said leaders who get a ticket now turn th...

  • "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the 23 original dissenters whose letter created a storm in the Congress - on Sunday appeared to pick holes in fellow dissenter Kapil Sibal's remarks on party leadership.

  • Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress's Kapil Sibal, who has been under fire from party colleagues over his remarks criticizing the party leadership, has refused to officially respond to the attacks. Sources close to him, however, said he had expressed surprise on being attacked for not campaigning in the Bihar election.

  • From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    The very public dissent over leadership issues within the Congress, which has been making headlines since August, has not been only about electoral performance. Its policies have also been brought into question by senior leaders.

  • "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    Congress's Salman Khurshid joined issue with Kapil Sibal and other critics within the party who have been pressing for a change in leadership, with a with a lengthy post on Facebook. Starting with the couplets of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor, he urged the critics to look within themselves for flaws, and contended that "If the mood of...

  • Iconic Structure For Central Vista: Government Reveals Plans For Last Stretch

    Iconic Structure For Central Vista: Government Reveals Plans For Last Stretch

    An iconic structure on the last stretch of the Central Vista project should be built by August 2022 to commemorate the 75th year of Independence, the government said today while announcing a design competition, timeline and site location for the multi-crore project. The "Nav Bharat Udyan" will be the last part of the Central Vista project, the Indi...

  • After Television Ratings Row, Panel To Take "Fresh Look" At Guidelines

    After Television Ratings Row, Panel To Take "Fresh Look" At Guidelines

    The guidelines for television ratings in the country will be reviewed and a committee has been formed for it, the Centre said today amid the raging row over the alleged ratings manipulation by Republic TV.

  • Government Invoked Rare Rule To Set Up Air Quality Panel: Sources

    Government Invoked Rare Rule To Set Up Air Quality Panel: Sources

    The ordinance or executive order of the Centre to help set up a permanent committee to look into the air quality management in Delhi and adjoining areas, was rushed through yesterday under special provisions, bypassing the Union cabinet, sources told NDTV. The ordinance was passed ahead of a Supreme Court hearing today on the pollution issue. In th...

  • Stubble Burning: Supreme Court Agrees To Request After Centre Assures Law

    Stubble Burning: Supreme Court Agrees To Request After Centre Assures Law

    The one-man committee to oversee steps to tackle stubble burning was suspended by the Supreme Court today as the Centre said it would create a permanent body through legislation to deal with annual air pollution problem in Delhi and its surrounding areas.

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