Modi Government

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Sheila too quits: I followed my heart, there was no pressure

The President’s Secretariat has sent her resignation to the Union Home Ministry, official sources said.


No chair is permanent in politics: Ex-Governor’s parting shot to Modi govt

The senior Congress leader is gearing up for a new innings in politics in his home state Kerala.


The barefoot government

A government shorn of Western educated ministers could change the status quo.


Modi government will solve all issues of refugees, says Amit Shah in Jammu

Days of present Omar government are numbered… BJP will soon come to power in the state: Shah.


Levels of distrust

Survey data confirms perceptions of a trust deficit between Muslims and the police.

No mention of Kashmir disappoints separatists

The Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani refused to comment on Modi’s visit saying they had no expectations from it.


The best jobs

With Indian batsmen substituting for ninepins, being an English bowler this series has to be the most rewarding job in the world.

The Rahul show

Congress vice president’s participation in Parliament was a rare sighting. It shouldn’t be.


Rahul Gandhi leads Oppn attack, says not being allowed to speak in Parliament, only one man’s voice is heard

Rahul Gandhi hit out at the Modi government after he joined protesting MPs in well of the House.


Amit Shah asks BJP MPs to remain connected with voters

Shah asked MPs to utilise their MPLADs fund effectively as public has enstrusted responsibility on them.

Judgement calls

Judiciary must have primacy in appointments to keep institutional balance, but it must also be accountable.


Chavan accuses Modi of being autocratic, questions ‘silence’

Chavan said that a lot was expected of the new government in New Delhi but not much has been delivered.


Modi govt’s first budget is visionary: Indian CEOs

Success in India will come with leadership, mindset change, philosophy and action: Ajay Shriram


American lawmakers hopeful of better Indo-US ties under Modi

84 members of the House of Representatives have urged to invite Modi for a joint session of US Congress.

Once more in Nepal

Modi government must first take note of how Delhi has undermined a crucial bilateral relationship.


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