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'Reported By Sunil Prabhu Edited By Deepshikha Ghosh' - 100 News Result(s)

  • Arun Jaitley's Quip On Defence Ministry Amid Reshuffle Buzz

    Arun Jaitley's Quip On Defence Ministry Amid Reshuffle Buzz

    Amid strong buzz around a cabinet reshuffle any day now, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was today asked by reporters how long he would continue as Defence Minister. "At least I hope not very long," he replied, chuckling.

  • After Air India, Ashwani Lohani Will Now Head Railway Board

    After Air India, Ashwani Lohani Will Now Head Railway Board

    Air India chief Ashwani Lohani, viewed as something of a turnaround specialist, will take over as the new Chairman of the Railway Board after the resignation of its current chief AK Mittal in the shadow of several train crashes.

  • Thank God For Election Commission, Says Sonia Gandhi On Ahmed Patel's Win

    Thank God For Election Commission, Says Sonia Gandhi On Ahmed Patel's Win

    Hours after her top aide Ahmed Patel snatched a dramatic and close victory in the Rajya Sabha election in Gujarat after midnight, Congress president Sonia Gandhi told NDTV today: "Thank God for the Election Commission."

  • 'Congress In Existential Crisis': Jairam Ramesh's Critique Stings Party

    'Congress In Existential Crisis': Jairam Ramesh's Critique Stings Party

    The Congress is facing an "existential crisis" and its leaders behave like "Sultans" even with the sultanate gone, one of its seniormost leaders Jairam Ramesh has said - his words a glancing blow for the grand old party on a day it was struggling to win a five-time Rajya Sabha seat.

  • 2 Types Of Rs 500 Notes? Congress Alleges 'Biggest Scam Of Century'

    2 Types Of Rs 500 Notes? Congress Alleges 'Biggest Scam Of Century'

    The opposition's allegation of two types of 500 rupee notes printed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) provoked a huge row in parliament today and also forced an adjournment in the Rajya Sabha. The Congress, displaying images of two Rs 500 notes in the Rajya Sabha and claiming about 40 differences, alleged the "biggest scam of the century".

  • Raided Karnataka Minister Among India's Richest Politicians: 10 Points

    Raided Karnataka Minister Among India's Richest Politicians: 10 Points

    DK Shivakumar, the Karnataka minister raided on Wednesday by taxmen, had been under observation for three months, top government sources have said. Around Rs 10 crore in cash was found after raids at 60 places linked to the minister in Karnataka and Delhi; searches were carried out again at his residence in Bengaluru and at other locations this mor...

  • NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    Locked in an intense political battle in Gujarat ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls next week, the ruling BJP and the Congress are on the same side on NOTA or the None of The Above option for voters.

  • Anand Sharma vs Arun Jaitley In Parliament Over President Kovind's Speech

    Anand Sharma vs Arun Jaitley In Parliament Over President Kovind's Speech

    Congress leader Anand Sharma's criticism of new President Ram Nath Kovind's speech today sparked acrimonious exchanges between the government and opposition in parliament. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said Mr Sharma's speech should be expunged.

  • Let Them Raise Bofors For 30 More Years, Rahul Gandhi Says On BJP Attack

    Let Them Raise Bofors For 30 More Years, Rahul Gandhi Says On BJP Attack

    The decades-old Bofors case returned to dog the Congress in parliament today as the ruling BJP raised Swedish chief investigator Sten Lindstrom's revelations on the role of then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.

  • On Missing Indians, Congress Preps Privilege Notice Against Sushma Swaraj

    On Missing Indians, Congress Preps Privilege Notice Against Sushma Swaraj

    Amid speculation, protests and opposition questions over 39 Indians missing in Iraq since they were kidnapped in 2014, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will make a statement in parliament this evening.

  • Presidential Election 2017: Cross-Voting In Presidential Poll Flashes Warning Signs For Opposition

    Presidential Election 2017: Cross-Voting In Presidential Poll Flashes Warning Signs For Opposition

    Ram Nath Kovind's election as the next president of India was never in doubt but the large scale cross-voting in seven states throws up a big worry for the opposition, especially ahead of polls in Gujarat later this year.

  • Great Responsibility, Says Ram Nath Kovind, New President Of India: 10 Points

    Great Responsibility, Says Ram Nath Kovind, New President Of India: 10 Points

    Ram Nath Kovind, lawyer, former MP and governor, was elected India's next President on Thursday. The government-backed candidate, a Dalit leader, won nearly 66 per cent of the votes cast by an electoral college of MPs and state lawmakers on Monday. He will be sworn in on July 25. "I realise it is a great responsibility," the 71-year-old said at his...

  • Venkaiah Naidu, Vice Presidential Candidate, Quits BJP And Government

    Venkaiah Naidu, Vice Presidential Candidate, Quits BJP And Government

    M Venkaiah Naidu resigned as union minister last night after he was named by the BJP as its vice presidential candidate against Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi, the opposition's nominee.

  • For Vice President, BJP Picks Venkaiah Naidu vs Gopalkrishna Gandhi

    For Vice President, BJP Picks Venkaiah Naidu vs Gopalkrishna Gandhi

    Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu is the BJP's choice for Vice Presidential candidate against Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi, the opposition's nominee.

  • PM Modi Leads BJP Meeting, Venkaiah Naidu Front-Runner For Veep

    PM Modi Leads BJP Meeting, Venkaiah Naidu Front-Runner For Veep

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and top BJP leaders are meeting to finalise a name for Vice President. Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, believed to be the front-runner, said as he headed to the meeting: "I am not aspiring to become anything. Whatever the parliamentary board decides, that is final."

'Reported By Sunil Prabhu Edited By Deepshikha Ghosh' - 100 News Result(s)

  • Arun Jaitley's Quip On Defence Ministry Amid Reshuffle Buzz

    Arun Jaitley's Quip On Defence Ministry Amid Reshuffle Buzz

    Amid strong buzz around a cabinet reshuffle any day now, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was today asked by reporters how long he would continue as Defence Minister. "At least I hope not very long," he replied, chuckling.

  • After Air India, Ashwani Lohani Will Now Head Railway Board

    After Air India, Ashwani Lohani Will Now Head Railway Board

    Air India chief Ashwani Lohani, viewed as something of a turnaround specialist, will take over as the new Chairman of the Railway Board after the resignation of its current chief AK Mittal in the shadow of several train crashes.

  • Thank God For Election Commission, Says Sonia Gandhi On Ahmed Patel's Win

    Thank God For Election Commission, Says Sonia Gandhi On Ahmed Patel's Win

    Hours after her top aide Ahmed Patel snatched a dramatic and close victory in the Rajya Sabha election in Gujarat after midnight, Congress president Sonia Gandhi told NDTV today: "Thank God for the Election Commission."

  • 'Congress In Existential Crisis': Jairam Ramesh's Critique Stings Party

    'Congress In Existential Crisis': Jairam Ramesh's Critique Stings Party

    The Congress is facing an "existential crisis" and its leaders behave like "Sultans" even with the sultanate gone, one of its seniormost leaders Jairam Ramesh has said - his words a glancing blow for the grand old party on a day it was struggling to win a five-time Rajya Sabha seat.

  • 2 Types Of Rs 500 Notes? Congress Alleges 'Biggest Scam Of Century'

    2 Types Of Rs 500 Notes? Congress Alleges 'Biggest Scam Of Century'

    The opposition's allegation of two types of 500 rupee notes printed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) provoked a huge row in parliament today and also forced an adjournment in the Rajya Sabha. The Congress, displaying images of two Rs 500 notes in the Rajya Sabha and claiming about 40 differences, alleged the "biggest scam of the century".

  • Raided Karnataka Minister Among India's Richest Politicians: 10 Points

    Raided Karnataka Minister Among India's Richest Politicians: 10 Points

    DK Shivakumar, the Karnataka minister raided on Wednesday by taxmen, had been under observation for three months, top government sources have said. Around Rs 10 crore in cash was found after raids at 60 places linked to the minister in Karnataka and Delhi; searches were carried out again at his residence in Bengaluru and at other locations this mor...

  • NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    Locked in an intense political battle in Gujarat ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls next week, the ruling BJP and the Congress are on the same side on NOTA or the None of The Above option for voters.

  • Anand Sharma vs Arun Jaitley In Parliament Over President Kovind's Speech

    Anand Sharma vs Arun Jaitley In Parliament Over President Kovind's Speech

    Congress leader Anand Sharma's criticism of new President Ram Nath Kovind's speech today sparked acrimonious exchanges between the government and opposition in parliament. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said Mr Sharma's speech should be expunged.

  • Let Them Raise Bofors For 30 More Years, Rahul Gandhi Says On BJP Attack

    Let Them Raise Bofors For 30 More Years, Rahul Gandhi Says On BJP Attack

    The decades-old Bofors case returned to dog the Congress in parliament today as the ruling BJP raised Swedish chief investigator Sten Lindstrom's revelations on the role of then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.

  • On Missing Indians, Congress Preps Privilege Notice Against Sushma Swaraj

    On Missing Indians, Congress Preps Privilege Notice Against Sushma Swaraj

    Amid speculation, protests and opposition questions over 39 Indians missing in Iraq since they were kidnapped in 2014, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will make a statement in parliament this evening.

  • Presidential Election 2017: Cross-Voting In Presidential Poll Flashes Warning Signs For Opposition

    Presidential Election 2017: Cross-Voting In Presidential Poll Flashes Warning Signs For Opposition

    Ram Nath Kovind's election as the next president of India was never in doubt but the large scale cross-voting in seven states throws up a big worry for the opposition, especially ahead of polls in Gujarat later this year.

  • Great Responsibility, Says Ram Nath Kovind, New President Of India: 10 Points

    Great Responsibility, Says Ram Nath Kovind, New President Of India: 10 Points

    Ram Nath Kovind, lawyer, former MP and governor, was elected India's next President on Thursday. The government-backed candidate, a Dalit leader, won nearly 66 per cent of the votes cast by an electoral college of MPs and state lawmakers on Monday. He will be sworn in on July 25. "I realise it is a great responsibility," the 71-year-old said at his...

  • Venkaiah Naidu, Vice Presidential Candidate, Quits BJP And Government

    Venkaiah Naidu, Vice Presidential Candidate, Quits BJP And Government

    M Venkaiah Naidu resigned as union minister last night after he was named by the BJP as its vice presidential candidate against Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi, the opposition's nominee.

  • For Vice President, BJP Picks Venkaiah Naidu vs Gopalkrishna Gandhi

    For Vice President, BJP Picks Venkaiah Naidu vs Gopalkrishna Gandhi

    Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu is the BJP's choice for Vice Presidential candidate against Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Gopalkrishna Gandhi, the opposition's nominee.

  • PM Modi Leads BJP Meeting, Venkaiah Naidu Front-Runner For Veep

    PM Modi Leads BJP Meeting, Venkaiah Naidu Front-Runner For Veep

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and top BJP leaders are meeting to finalise a name for Vice President. Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, believed to be the front-runner, said as he headed to the meeting: "I am not aspiring to become anything. Whatever the parliamentary board decides, that is final."

  • No Lust, Avoid Meat, Keep Good Company: Ministry's Pregnancy Advice

    No Lust, Avoid Meat, Keep Good Company: Ministry's Pregnancy Advice

    For a healthy baby, women should stay away from "desire and hatred", avoid bad company, focus on spiritual thoughts and surround themselves with beautiful pictures, the government's Ayush Ministry has said in a new booklet it has published for pregnant women.

  • Okay To Pick Lokpal Without Congress Role, Supreme Court Tells Government

    Okay To Pick Lokpal Without Congress Role, Supreme Court Tells Government

    The anti-corruption Lokpal should be set up without delay and the lack of a Leader of Opposition should not hold up the process anymore, the Supreme Court told the government today. This means, the government can select an ombudsman without taking the Congress, the main opposition group, on board.

  • Red Beacon 'Lal Batti' Banned From May 1, PM Modi Says 'Every Indian Is A VIP'

    Red Beacon 'Lal Batti' Banned From May 1, PM Modi Says 'Every Indian Is A VIP'

    From next month, lal batti or red beacons will be banned for everybody including the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India. "There will be no exceptions," said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today, announcing after a cabinet meeting that only emergency vehicles like fire engines, ambulances and police vans can have beacons.

  • Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao's No-Show A Helping Hand For Anti-Sasikala Moves

    Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao's No-Show A Helping Hand For Anti-Sasikala Moves

    Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao will return to Chennai tomorrow, where he will meet VK Sasikala and her supporters. The state's ruling AIADMK had threatened to complain to President Pranab Mukherjee that the Governor has delayed her oath ceremony by staying away since Sunday and late on Wednesday evening, a group of 9 legislators, led by senio...

  • Budget 2017: Why So Confident About Notes Ban Impact, Questions Manmohan Singh

    Budget 2017: Why So Confident About Notes Ban Impact, Questions Manmohan Singh

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today reserved his critique on the budget but questioned Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's statement on the impact of demonetization being transient.

  • I Wanted To Quit, PM Narendra Modi Asked Me To Carry On, Says Najeeb Jung

    I Wanted To Quit, PM Narendra Modi Asked Me To Carry On, Says Najeeb Jung

    Najeeb Jung, whose resignation yesterday as Delhi's Lieutenant Governor surprised many, told NDTV today that he had asked to quit twice before, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged him to carry on. Mr Jung, 66, said this time, he insisted he wanted to quit on personal grounds.

  • 'Read My Lips, PM Modi Personally Terrified Of My Info,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    'Read My Lips, PM Modi Personally Terrified Of My Info,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    Days after promising an "earthquake" in parliament if he spoke on the notes ban, Rahul Gandhi claimed today that he had explosive information on "personal corruption" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that would "explode his balloon" but he was not being allowed to speak in the house.

  • AAP's Bhagwant Mann, Benched Over Parliament Video, May Not Return This Session

    AAP's Bhagwant Mann, Benched Over Parliament Video, May Not Return This Session

    Bhagwant Mann, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmaker who live-streamed his entry into parliament in July and was accused of compromising the most protected complex in India, may have to sit out the rest of the winter session.

  • After Hack Attack On Rahul Gandhi, Congress Suspends 200 Twitter Accounts

    After Hack Attack On Rahul Gandhi, Congress Suspends 200 Twitter Accounts

    After the hacking of Rahul Gandhi's Twitter account, followed by a breach of the Congress's account, its website and server, the party deactivated the accounts of 200 leaders because of "suspicious activity" on Thursday evening.

  • Married Women Allowed 500 Gram Gold, Unmarried Women 250 Gram, Clarifies Government

    Married Women Allowed 500 Gram Gold, Unmarried Women 250 Gram, Clarifies Government

    The government's clarification on whether new tax rules for undeclared wealth will apply to gold and other jewellery today drew the spotlight on a 26-year-old rule that draws a distinction between "married and unmarried women" when it comes to how much gold one can get away with.

  • Rahul Gandhi Detained By Police From OROP Protest Site At Jantar Mantar

    Rahul Gandhi Detained By Police From OROP Protest Site At Jantar Mantar

    Rahul Gandhi was whisked away by the police for the third time in two days as he arrived on Thursday evening at Jantar Mantar in the heart of Delhi to lead a protest march of his Congress party over the suicide of an army veteran.

  • 10 Points On New Anti-Corruption Rules Cleared By PM Narendra Modi

    10 Points On New Anti-Corruption Rules Cleared By PM Narendra Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cleared changes in the anti-corruption law that will make it tougher to act against bureaucrats and will also spare top corporate bosses from bribery charges unless their involvement in wrongdoing is proved in court.

  • Uri Attack: 'Complete Jaw For One Tooth,' Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    Uri Attack: 'Complete Jaw For One Tooth,' Says BJP's Ram Madhav

    The deadliest terror attack on a military base in Jammu and Kashmir in recent years, in which 17 soldiers were killed, provoked strong political reactions on Sunday as the government directly blamed Pakistan.

  • 'Was Slapped, Need Protection,' Wept Tamil Nadu MP Sasikala Pushpa, Sacked By Jayalalithaa

    'Was Slapped, Need Protection,' Wept Tamil Nadu MP Sasikala Pushpa, Sacked By Jayalalithaa

    "Will the government save me? I need protection" - Tamil Nadu lawmaker Sasikala Pushpa wept as she made the stunning declaration in Parliament on Monday, moments before her AIADMK announced that she had been sacked for embarrassing the party.

  • After Congress' Uttarakhand Win, President Pranab Mukherjee's Role Questioned

    After Congress' Uttarakhand Win, President Pranab Mukherjee's Role Questioned

    The Congress' victory in Uttarakhand has brought focus back to the role of President Pranab Mukherjee, who sanctioned Central Rule in the hill state.

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