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Omar Abdullah slams Congress for criticising J&<strong>K</strong> government

Omar Abdullah slams Congress for criticising J&K government

03 Dec 2014

Nagrota (J&K): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday slammed Congress for finding faults in the functioning of his government at the fag end of the coalition regime and asked why the party did not criticise him when he backed Rahul Gandhi for prime ministership a few months ago.

Omar Abdullah,   Congress,   J&K government,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Rahul Gandhi,   National Conference,  
SEBI now empowered to deal with ponzi menace: Sinha

SEBI now empowered to deal with ponzi menace: Sinha

11 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) U K Sinha on Thursday said it is now empowered to deal effectively with the ponzi menace.

Securities and Exchange Board of India,  SEBI,  U K Sinha,   Financial Stability and Development Council ,  FSDC,   RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan,   ,  
Pakistan not a friend, but neighbour: V <strong>K</strong> Singh

Pakistan not a friend, but neighbour: V K Singh

29 Nov 2014

Farukkhabad: Pakistan is not a friend but a neighbour and though India wants good relationship with its neighbouring countries, it cannot happen at the cost of security, Union Minister General (Retd) V K Singh said on Saturday.

Pakistan,   India,   India-Pakistan relationship,   VK Singh,  
Court to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

Court to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday posted, for December 3, the case filed by former chief minister Sheila Dikshit against Rs 3 lakh fine imposed on her by a lower court here, after she failed to appear before it in a defamation case filed by her against BJP leader  Vijender Gupta.

Delhi High Court,   Vijender Gupta,   Sheila Dikshit,   S K Misra,   BJP,   Congress,  
Himachal assembly pays tributes to soldiers killed in Kashmir

Himachal assembly pays tributes to soldiers killed in Kashmir

06 Dec 2014

Dharamsala: The Himachal Pradesh assembly on Saturday paid tribute to soldiers and others killed in a string of brazen militant strikes in Jammu and Kashmir.

Himachal Pradesh assembly,   Himachal assembly tributes to J&K soldiers,   J&K militant strikes,   Jammu and Kashmir,   CM Virbhadra Singh,   J&K ceasefire violations,  
BJP MP protests map depicting parts of PoK as part of Pakistan

BJP MP protests map depicting parts of PoK as part of Pakistan

04 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A BJP member on Thursday made a strong plea that India should ask China to withdraw a latest map published by a Chinese news agency showing some parts of Pak-occupied Kashmir (PoK) as part of Pakistan.

BJP MP protest,   PoK map,   Pak-occupied Kashmir,   Pakistan,   S S Ahluwalia,   India,   Gilgit-Baltistan region,   Chinese news agency,  
Kerala Finance Minister booked in bar bribe scam

Kerala Finance Minister booked in bar bribe scam

11 Dec 2014

Thiruvanthapuram: In a major embarrassment to the Congress-led UDF government in Kerala, state Finance Minister K M Mani was on Thursday booked by Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau in the bar bribe scam.

Finance Minister K M Mani,   Kerala,   bar bribe scam,   Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau,   Kerala Bar Hotel Owners Association,  
Residents of two J&<strong>K</strong> villages boycott poll over non-development

Residents of two J&K villages boycott poll over non-development

02 Dec 2014

Kulgam (J&K): Voters in Kashmir have defied the boycott call given by separatists but two villages in this south Kashmir constituency have en masse decided not to take part in the democratic process alleging discrimination in development and harassment by security forces.

Voters in Kashmir,   J&K poll boycott,   J&K villages boycott poll,   south Kashmir,   Kulgam Assembly,   Bugam polling station,  
J&<strong>K</strong> attacks 'desperate attempt' to derail atmosphere created by high voter turnout, says PM Modi

J&K attacks 'desperate attempt' to derail atmosphere created by high voter turnout, says PM Modi

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday condemned the terror attacks in Kashmir, saying these are "desperate attempts" to derail the atmosphere of hope created by the increased voter turnout and saluted the soldiers who laid down their lives for the nation.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Terror attacks,   Kashmir,   Voter turnout,   Soldiers,   Indian Army,  
Don't be misled by AAP: BJP MP to Delhi voters

Don't be misled by AAP: BJP MP to Delhi voters

09 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Singing paeans in praise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for enhancing the country's image at various levels, BJP MP Swami Sakshi Maharaj urged the people to vote for his party asking them not to be misled by people like AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

AAP,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhiites,   R K Puram,   Narendra Modi,   Delhi polls,   BJP,  

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