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Sun June 07 2015, 7:55 pm
  • mohan bhagwat

    "He (Bhagwat) should first find out who are the people creating nuisances in the name of cow protection in BJP-ruled states. These are members of right-wing groups. Doesn't he know that?" CPI national secretary D Raja said. (PTI)

  • narendra modi mani shankar aiyar

    Narendra Modi more of an EM than a PM, says Mani Shankar Aiyar: Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar sees Narendra Modi more as an EM, or events manager, than a PM and says the best thing about the one year of his government is that "there are only four years left" and the countdown to the end of his 'achhe din' has begun. "The only aspect of the Indian economy that has risen is the Sensex. Aiyar's new book, 'Achhe Din? Ha! Ha!!', a collection of his articles on various topics, including the government's performance and the Congress, will be released this week by Palimpsest. (PTI)(07/06/2015)

  • mayawati on Lalit modi

  • Laxmikant Parsekar

    Need to check on escort services running in Goa, says CM Laxmikant Parsekar: After it emerged that the two Delhi-based women who were allegedly gangraped recently near here were working for an escort service, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar today said there is need to check such activities in the state. The two women were allegedly abducted and gangraped by five men in Anjuna in their bid to recover over Rs 1 lakh which was cheated of by another escort from a relative of one of the accused in the past. Police investigations revealed that the women worked for an escort agency and were not tourists. When asked whether the government will crack down on such services, Parsekar said there is no need to give special instructions to police and it is already given.(PTI) (07/06/2015)

  • lalu prasad nitish kumar

    BJP faces RJD, JD(U) combo in Bihar polls after Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar ink alliance: Bihar's ruling JD(U) and Lalu Prasad's RJD will contest the state assembly elections in alliance and a 6-member committee will be constituted for seat-sharing talks. "Today, it has been decided that RJD and JD(U) will contest the Bihar polls in alliance," Samajwadi Party general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav said after a two-hour meeting between Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD chief Lalu Prasad. Emerging from the meeting held in the presence of SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, Ram Gopal said a six-member panel will discuss seat-sharing but refused to name its members. "These cannot be revealed. The two parties will appoint three members each to the panel which will undertake the important task of devising a seat-sharing formula," he said. (PTI) (07/06/2015)

  • bjp on yoga

    Opposition to Yoga anti-national act, says BJP: BJP today said opposition to Yoga amounted to "anti-national" and "anti-social" acts and those who are creating an unnecessary controversy over the issue cannot be well wishers of the country. "Even Yoga has been accepted by United Nations and its opposition is outright unfair. If someone doesn't want to do Yoga, he should go to sleep at his house. But opposition to Yoga amounts to anti-national and anti-social acts," Madhya Pradesh BJP chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan told reporters here. (PTI) (11/06/2015)

  • Sakshi Maharaj ram temple

    Ram temple will be built during BJP rule, says Sakshi Maharaj: Controversial Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Sakshi Maharaj today declared the Ram temple at Ayodhya will be built under the Centre's BJP government, drawing sharp criticism from Congress. "If Ram temple is not built under BJP rule, will it be constructed under a Congress dispensation? Will (SP chief) Mulayam or (BSP leader) Mayawati build it? Sakshi Maharaj's assertions came even as a top VHP leader said that Modi government has come to power not only for ushering in development but also to deliver on the core saffron agenda, including building a grand Ram temple at Ayodhya. (Reuters) (07/06/2015)

  • Keith Vaz lalit modi

    UK MP Keith Vaz under fire for Lalit Modi link in UK: Keith Vaz, one of Britain's longest-serving Indian-origin MPs, could face an inquiry by the UK's parliamentary watchdog over allegations of a conflict of interest by intervening in the immigration application of controversial IPL founder Lalit Modi. According to a 'Sunday Times' probe, Vaz personally wrote to Sarah Rapson, the director-general of UK visas and immigration, in an effort to expedite the case of London-based Modi, former commissioner of IPL cricket tournament. Vaz was then chairman of the influential House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee in which role he was required to scrutinise and hold to account the work of Rapson and her department, the newspaper points out. (Reuters) (07/06/2015)

  • Yogendra Yadav

    Yogendra Yadav questions BJP claim of corruption-free govt: Questioning Bharatiya Janata Party-led (BJP) PM Narendra Modi's NDA government's claim of corruption-free rule, former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav alleged that Modi government's policies were "unashamedly anti-farmer" and no different from Manmohan Singh government's, leading the country on the same "disastrous" path, only at a much faster pace. Yadav alleged that the government has not shown much will to take on corruption. "It is a government that has not shown much of a will to take on corruption," he alleged. Over claims by BJP and Modi government that unlike during UPA rule, there was no corruption in last one year, Yadav said, "Even during the first year of Manmohan Singh government, no major scandal was exposed.” (PTI) (07/06/2015)

  • rahul gandhi Venkaiah Naidu

    Let Rahul Gandhi try to understand life of people, says Venkaiah Naidu: In a dig at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi over his visits to various parts of the country, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said he should try to understand the life of the people and also improve his attendance in Parliament. "For a change he is going around the country. Going to farmers one day, going to visit Ambedkar birth place one day. Best of luck to him. Let him go around. Let him try to understand the life of the people of the country," he told reporters here. On the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras de-recognising Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle (APSC), the Minister said the Centre did not have any role in the issue. (AP) (07/06/2015)

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    Jun 9, 2015 at 1:27 pm
    Every patriot in India be trained like a cammando, so that babar like terrorists & their supporters, do not survive in the world . No more riots for vote-sake !!!
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