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Owaisi, Ambedkar joining hands to help BJP in 2019: Shiv Sena
MUMBAI, Sep 17 (Agencies): Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana has now attacked All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi and Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh supremo Prakash Ambedkar, accusing them of helping the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by forming an alliance in Maharashtra. Pointing that Owaisi and Ambedkar had announced that they would jointly contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, an editorial in Saamana said that earlier they used to work for the BJP from behind the curtains, but have now come out in open. “Prakash Ambedkar and Asaduddin Owaisi have joined hands and declared that they will show their might in 2019 elections. Earlier both of them used to do the politics of favouring the BJP from backstage, but now they will openly work in 2019 to favour the BJP. T...
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I am a common man who became minister Ramdas clarifies remark on fuel price hike
NEW DELHI, Sep 16 (Agencies): Union minister Ramdas Athawale has clarified his remark on rising prices of petrol and diesel, saying he did not intend to hurt sentiments of people. Speaking to news agency ANI, the minister said that he was aware of the problems faced by common man. Clarifying his previous statement, the Republican Party of India leader said, "Journalists had asked me prices of petrol and diesel are rising, if I have any problem with it. I had said I've no problem, I'm a Minister, we're provided govt vehicles. But people do face problems and prices should be brought down. I didn't say this to insult anyone." "If it has hurt people's sentiments, I express my apology. I had no intention to do this. I am a common man who became a Minister. I know the problems people face. I ...
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Chidambaram mocks Amit Shah for promise of curbing fuel price rise
NEW DELHI, Sep 16 (Agencies): Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has mocked the BJP and its chief Amit Shah over assurances that the rise in fuel prices would be arrested soon. The former Finance Minister raised questions over how realistic such promises are. Chidambaram's chide came in a tweet on Sunday, in response to Amit Shah's statement that the government would soon announce measures to stem the rise in fuel prices. " "Government says will not cut fuel prices. BJP President says 'Centre will soon arrest fuel prices'. BJP must have found a crude oil source that will supply crude oil free!" Chidambaram said in a tweet. The policy wonk in Chidambaram seems to be attacking the BJP using the chink in its reasoning. The ruling party has repeatedly said the rise in fuel prices to recor...
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With Rupee on sticky wicket, Modi to hold crucial meeting with officials
NEW DELHI, Sep 14 (Agencies): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with finance ministry officials on Friday to discuss the fall in the rupee and other economic issues, a government source told news agency Reuters. The meeting comes in the backdrop of the Indian currency touching its lifetime low of 72.91 to a dollar, depreciating 12.3 percent since the beginning of 2018. Intra day, the Indian currency today erased all gains against the dollar and weakened sharply to 71.99. The rupee Wednesday rebounded from its historic low of 72.91 to end higher by 51 paise at 72.18 after the Finance Ministry assured of steps to avert its fall to "unreasonable levels". Besides having an impact on current account deficit, the nosediving rupee has made imports costlier and led to petrol and ...
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Mallya's ‘great escape’ aided by CBI: Rahul Gandhi
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NEW DELHI, Sep 14: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday alleged that Vijay Mallya's "great escape" was aided by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), who changed the fugitive liquor baron's "detain" notice to "inform". "Mallya's Great Escape was aided by the CBI quietly changing the "Detain" notice for him, to "Inform". The CBI reports directly to the PM. It is inconceivable that the CBI, in such a high profile, controversial case, would change a lookout notice without the approval of the PM," he tweeted. According to sources, the CBI said that to make the lookout notice, which was issued against the liquor baron in October 2015, hassle-free, Mallya was forced to leave the country. "A few days back BOI (Bureau of Immigration) informed the agency that Mallya is coming back t...
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Former Air Force Chief SP Tyagi, brothers granted bail by Delhi's Patiala House Court
NEW DELHI, Sep 12 (Agencies): Former Air Force Chief SP Tyagi and his brothers were granted bail on Wednesday by Delhi's Patiala House Court in the Agusta Westland Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) case. Several other accused, who did not appear before the court, including Carlo Gerosa and GR Heshke have not been granted bail. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had filed a chargesheet in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal against 34 individuals and foreign and Indian companies including former IAF chief SP Tyagi, his two cousins, advocate Gautam Khaitan and Italians Carlo Gerosa and Guido Haschke in July. While filing the chargesheet under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), the ED informed the magistrate that money was laundered through "multiple forei...
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SC seeks details of 1,097 criminal cases pending against MPs, MLAs
NEW DELHI, Sep 12 (Agencies): The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Chief Secretaries of all the states, including Registrars General (RGs) of the High Courts, to furnish details of the criminal cases pending against the MPs and MLAs. It also asked whether the cases have been transferred to the Special Courts set up in pursuance to its December 2017 order to try them. A bench of Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Navin Sinha and Justice K.M. Joseph also sought information whether Special Courts set-up in pursuance of its order were functional. It wanted to know whether in view of the volume of cases pending, there was need of additional special courts to try lawmakers facing criminal cases. The court made it clear that if required it would monitor the compliance of its orders passed f...
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