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Lalu’s MLAs may not join Nitish Cabinet in Bihar

Patna(PTI): With little over six months to go before the Assembly elections in Bihar, Lalu Prasad-led RJD is unlikely to join Nitish-led Janata Parivar government in the state, top sources from Bihar Janata Parivar confided on Tuesday. Sources, in this context, also claimed that even the Congress may opt out …

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PM Modi must condemn RSS chief’s Mother Teresa remarks: Congress

New Delhi(PTI): Terming the RSS as the “dominant force” controlling the central government, the Congress on Tuesday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “unequivocally” condemn Mohan Bhagwat’s conversion remarks regarding Mother Teresa. “RSS is the dominant force which controls the Modi government… the prime minister can’t pretend that the BJP …

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Modi government worse than UPA, says Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi(PTI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government has proved to be worse than the Manmohan Singh-led UPA government that ruled India for 10 straight years before the BJP stormed to power last year. Kejriwal was speaking at New Delhi’s Jantar Mantar where he …

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The Land Acquisition Ordinance and Anna Hazare’s confused Gandhism

New Delhi,Anshul Kumar Pandey(dna): To arm twist the government into accepting a particular set of amendments is unacceptable. And that is exactly what Anna is threatening to do. The Land Acquisition Ordinance has been a subject of much debate. There are differences between the government and the opposition over the …

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Ghar vapasi to continue till conversions are banned: BJP MP Yogi Adityanath

New Delhi(PTI): Firebrand BJP MP Yogi Adityanath has stoked a fresh controversy saying VHP’s ‘Ghar Vapasi’ programme will continue unless conversions are banned and claimed India’s problem was “vote bank politics fuelled by jehadi fervour”. “Conversions spoil communal amity in the country. It should be banned. If conversions continue, I …

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