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  • "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...

  • "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."

  • Chief Justice's Actions Trigger Debate On Fairness, Transparency

    Chief Justice's Actions Trigger Debate On Fairness, Transparency

    In a sudden hearing on Friday, five judges of the Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice of India said that he alone has the power to call a constitution bench because he is "master of the roster". In doing so, they cancelled an order passed on Thursday by the second-most senior judge of the top court, Justice J Chelameswar, who had already call...

  • 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.

  • CAG report on coal: Ready for discussion in Parliament, will respond to the Opposition, says PM

    CAG report on coal: Ready for discussion in Parliament, will respond to the Opposition, says PM

    As the BJP demanded his resignation, the Prime Minister told NDTV that he is ready to make a statement in parliament about allegations that coal fields were sold cheaply on his watch, costing the government 1.86 lakh crores. "We are ready to discuss whatever the opposition wants," Dr Manmohan Singh said to NDTV today. The BJP , however, doesn't wa...

  • CAG report on coal: BJP asks PM to quit; Government says demand 'meaningless'

    CAG report on coal: BJP asks PM to quit; Government says demand 'meaningless'

    A Comptroller and Auditor General or CAG report tabled in Parliament today states that 142 coal fields were allotted to private and state-run firms without transparency and objectivity between 2005 and 2009. The BJP-led opposition says since Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held charge of the coal ministry for part of that period, he should, "introspe...

  • Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia Gandhi, likely to back UPA candidate for president

    Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia Gandhi, likely to back UPA candidate for president

    Mamata Banerjee has reportedly agreed to support whoever is selected by the ruling coalition, the UPA, as its candidate for President of India. Sources say she conveyed this to senior Congress leader Kamal Nath who she met this morning in Delhi.

  • BJP will not support Pranab Mukherjee for President: Sushma Swaraj

    BJP will not support Pranab Mukherjee for President: Sushma Swaraj

    In a development that will give a major boost to the Congress' bid to garner support for its presidential candidate, the DMK has decided to support its ally's candidate; the ruling Congress is reportedly zeroing in on either current Vice President Hamid Ansari or Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

  • Will Congress re-boot the UPA with Mulayam Singh Yadav and without Mamata Banerjee?

    Will Congress re-boot the UPA with Mulayam Singh Yadav and without Mamata Banerjee?

    Mamata Banerjee may have done irreparable damage to her relationship with the Congress by forcing the government to dismiss her own party's Dinesh Trivedi as Railways Minister.

  • Mamata wins, Dinesh Trivedi resigns, rollback of fare hike soon: Sources

    Mamata wins, Dinesh Trivedi resigns, rollback of fare hike soon: Sources

    Mamata Banerjee has proved that in its current state, the Congress cannot refuse any demand she presents. The Prime Minster will agree, say sources, that her own party colleague, Dinesh Trivedi, will be fired as Railways Minister. Sources also say Mr Trivedi has sent in his resignation to the PM. Ms Banerjee is punishing Mr Trivedi for announcing a...

  • Mamata Banerjee has her way, PM to sack Dinesh Trivedi: Sources

    Mamata Banerjee has her way, PM to sack Dinesh Trivedi: Sources

    The senior-most leaders of the Congress were forced into an emergency meet at the Prime Minister's house late tonight to discuss Mamata Banerjee's request to sack her party colleague, Dinesh Trivedi, as Railways Minister. Sources say the PM will accept Ms Banerjee's request; and her nominee Mukul Roy will replace Mr Trivedi in the Union cabinet.

  • At PM's dinner, Pranab warns allies against amendments to President's speech

    At PM's dinner, Pranab warns allies against amendments to President's speech

    A dinner for UPA allies at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's home ended with a serious message for Mamata Banerjee, who skipped the meeting and sent instead not one of the Trinamool Congress ministers in the UPA government, but MP Ratna De Nag.

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'Sunetra Choudhury Sunil Prabhu' - 12 News Result(s)

  • "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...

  • "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."

  • Chief Justice's Actions Trigger Debate On Fairness, Transparency

    Chief Justice's Actions Trigger Debate On Fairness, Transparency

    In a sudden hearing on Friday, five judges of the Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice of India said that he alone has the power to call a constitution bench because he is "master of the roster". In doing so, they cancelled an order passed on Thursday by the second-most senior judge of the top court, Justice J Chelameswar, who had already call...

  • 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.

  • CAG report on coal: Ready for discussion in Parliament, will respond to the Opposition, says PM

    CAG report on coal: Ready for discussion in Parliament, will respond to the Opposition, says PM

    As the BJP demanded his resignation, the Prime Minister told NDTV that he is ready to make a statement in parliament about allegations that coal fields were sold cheaply on his watch, costing the government 1.86 lakh crores. "We are ready to discuss whatever the opposition wants," Dr Manmohan Singh said to NDTV today. The BJP , however, doesn't wa...

  • CAG report on coal: BJP asks PM to quit; Government says demand 'meaningless'

    CAG report on coal: BJP asks PM to quit; Government says demand 'meaningless'

    A Comptroller and Auditor General or CAG report tabled in Parliament today states that 142 coal fields were allotted to private and state-run firms without transparency and objectivity between 2005 and 2009. The BJP-led opposition says since Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held charge of the coal ministry for part of that period, he should, "introspe...

  • Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia Gandhi, likely to back UPA candidate for president

    Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia Gandhi, likely to back UPA candidate for president

    Mamata Banerjee has reportedly agreed to support whoever is selected by the ruling coalition, the UPA, as its candidate for President of India. Sources say she conveyed this to senior Congress leader Kamal Nath who she met this morning in Delhi.

  • BJP will not support Pranab Mukherjee for President: Sushma Swaraj

    BJP will not support Pranab Mukherjee for President: Sushma Swaraj

    In a development that will give a major boost to the Congress' bid to garner support for its presidential candidate, the DMK has decided to support its ally's candidate; the ruling Congress is reportedly zeroing in on either current Vice President Hamid Ansari or Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

  • Will Congress re-boot the UPA with Mulayam Singh Yadav and without Mamata Banerjee?

    Will Congress re-boot the UPA with Mulayam Singh Yadav and without Mamata Banerjee?

    Mamata Banerjee may have done irreparable damage to her relationship with the Congress by forcing the government to dismiss her own party's Dinesh Trivedi as Railways Minister.

  • Mamata wins, Dinesh Trivedi resigns, rollback of fare hike soon: Sources

    Mamata wins, Dinesh Trivedi resigns, rollback of fare hike soon: Sources

    Mamata Banerjee has proved that in its current state, the Congress cannot refuse any demand she presents. The Prime Minster will agree, say sources, that her own party colleague, Dinesh Trivedi, will be fired as Railways Minister. Sources also say Mr Trivedi has sent in his resignation to the PM. Ms Banerjee is punishing Mr Trivedi for announcing a...

  • Mamata Banerjee has her way, PM to sack Dinesh Trivedi: Sources

    Mamata Banerjee has her way, PM to sack Dinesh Trivedi: Sources

    The senior-most leaders of the Congress were forced into an emergency meet at the Prime Minister's house late tonight to discuss Mamata Banerjee's request to sack her party colleague, Dinesh Trivedi, as Railways Minister. Sources say the PM will accept Ms Banerjee's request; and her nominee Mukul Roy will replace Mr Trivedi in the Union cabinet.

  • At PM's dinner, Pranab warns allies against amendments to President's speech

    At PM's dinner, Pranab warns allies against amendments to President's speech

    A dinner for UPA allies at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's home ended with a serious message for Mamata Banerjee, who skipped the meeting and sent instead not one of the Trinamool Congress ministers in the UPA government, but MP Ratna De Nag.

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