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Rahul responds to PM, says will tackle Modi's hate with love
NEW DELHI: A day after surprising the whole country by giving an unexpected hug to the Prime Minister, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that he would tackle Narendra Modi's "hate and fear" with ''love and compassion''. The Congress chief took to Twitter and tweeted, ''The point of Friday's debate in Parliament...Prime Minister uses hate, fear and anger in the hearts of some of our people to build his narrative. We are going to prove that love and compassion in the hearts of all Indians is the only way to build a nation." The response from Rahul Gandhi came shortly after the Prime Minister hit out at the Congress chief, without taking his name, and said, "You saw how they came running to the Prime Minister's chair, they can see nothing but the Prime Minister's chair." T...
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France calls out Rahul, says there is a secrecy pact with India over Rafale deal
NEW DELHI, July 20 (Agencies): The French government has called out Congress chief Rahul Gandhi over his claim in the Lok Sabha that French President Emmanuel Macron had told him there is no secrecy pact between India and France over the Rafale deal. The spokesperson of France's Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs has said the two countries have signed an agreement to protect classified information. The row centres over the allegations by the Congress that the Modi government is paying more for the Rafale fighter jets than the price negotiated by the previous UPA government. To this end, Rahul Gandhi, speaking in the Lok Sabha on the motion of no confidence on Friday, had said he had met Macron, who told him that France has no problems with releasing the details of the Rafale deal sig...
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Army lost 106 personnel, including 8 officers, in battle casualties in 2017
NEW DELHI, July 18 (Agencies): The Army lost 106 personnel, including eight officers, in battle casualties in 2017, Minister of State for Defence, Subhash Bhamre told the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. There were 155 non-fatal battle casualties last year, he said in a written response. In 2017, 98 Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and those of other ranks, and eight officers died in battle casualties which included ceasefire violations, enemy fire across the Line of Control, avalanche, terrorist attacks, landslide and mine blasts, the minister said. The MoS was asked whether private companies operating in the defence sector were employing retired bureaucrats and service personnel as well as the kith and kin of bureaucrats and armed forces to "manipulate" and ensure that they have an edge o...
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Lok Sabha to take up discussion on no-trust vote against Modi Govt on Friday, Rajya Sabha on Monday
NEW DELHI, July 18 (Agencies): Discussions on a no-confidence motion was moved against Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take place on Friday in Lok Sabha and on Monday in Rajya Sabha. Earlier, Lok Sabha proceedings began on a stormy note on the first day of the Monsoon Session on Wednesday, amid sloganeering and protests in the Well even as the House went ahead with the Question Hour. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan named all opposition members who had moved similar no-confidence motions and said TDP's Kesineni Srinivas would move his motion as his name had come up in the lottery. The member of the TDP, who had quit the ruling NDA coalition in March protesting against the government for not giving a special package to Andhra Pradesh, moved the motion during Zero Hour which was adm...
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I erase hatred and fear, I love all living beings
Rahul to BJP on row over 'party of Muslim' remark
NEW DELHI, July 17 (Agencies): Amid the controversy over his alleged remark that the Congress is a 'party of Muslims', party chief Rahul Gandhi said that the religion, caste or beliefs of people matter little to the party. "I stand with the last person in the line. The exploited, marginalised and the persecuted. Their religion, caste or beliefs matter little to me. I seek out those in pain and embrace them. I erase hatred and fear. I love all living beings. I am the Congress," he tweeted on Tuesday. An Urdu daily had reported that the Congress chief who met Muslim intellectuals told them that the Congress was a party of Muslims. However, the Congress had dismissed the media report as a 'rumour' and said that it was a party of 132 crore Indians. "When the government is on the path of lyin...
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GST generating revenue, leading to improvement in ease of doing business: Goyal
Raipur, July 16 (Agencies): Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been successful and generated ample revenue, said Finance minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday. Simplification of the tax structure has led to improvement in the ease of doing business, claimed the minister. "The GST in the past one year has successfully worked and has generated ample revenue. This year there won't be a dearth of revenue if people continue to be a part of this system and pay their taxes. Just when people pay their taxes correctly, the government will be more empowered to reduce the rates even further, making the mechanism simpler,” said Goyal while addressing a seminar organised by Chhattisgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (CCCI) under aegis Chhattisgarh State Infrastructure Development Corporation (CSIDC)....
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India successfully test fires BrahMos missile
Bhubaneswar, July 16 (Agencies): India on Monday successfully test fired supersonic cruise missile BrahMos off the Odisha coast, proving it one of the best all-weather weapon systems. The missile was fired at 10.18 a.m. from a test range at Chandipur in Balasore district. The life extension test achieved all parameters, said the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). With this, India has achieved another milestone in the defence sector, a DRDO official said. BrahMos Aerospace is a joint venture between India`s DRDO and the Federal State Unitary Enterprise NPO Mashinostroyenia of Russia....
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Modi attacks opposition's 'crocodile tears for farmers' in UP rally
UTTAR PRADESH, July 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today attacked the previous governments headed by opposition parties, accusing them of neglecting the people and not completing development projects on time. "Those who are shedding crocodile tears for farmers today should be asked as to why they did not complete irrigation projects which were left incomplete throughout the nation during their tenure," he said. Modi was addressing a public meeting after inaugurating the Bansagar canal project and laying the foundation of Mirzapur medical college. "I have had the opportunity to dedicate many projects of development to the public in the past two days and introduce new schemes," he said, while charging the opposition parties with "neglecting the people and not completing projects on tim...
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