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Anant Kumar Hegde's latest: Intellectuals don't understand meaning of antar atma

The 'motormouth' BJP leader, who has made a string of controversial remarks in the past seven months despite a restraining order by PM Narendra Modi, further said that for intellectuals life was all about fulfilling the needs of the human body.

Lok Sabha passes bill for GST cess hike on luxury cars to 25%

As the opposition forced four adjournments during the day, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anant Kumar sought to wriggle out of the situation by asserting that Hegde's remarks were being distorted.


B S Yeddyurappa, Ananth Kumar voice samples in video match, ACB to probe

The purported conversation between Ananth Kumar and Yeddyurappa was inadvertently heard over a microphone on a stage.  Dhananjaya earlier this year filed a complaint against them.

Comment about Rahul Gandhi triggers uproar in Rajya Sabha

The Congress Vice President is a member of Lok Sabha.

As BJP looks set to retain MP,Chouhan thanks people,party

Shivraj Singh Chouhan said he would continue to work for their welfare.

State-level boxer among several duped in recruitment racket

The Delhi Police Crime Branch is probing a recruitment racket,in which certain persons posed as Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel and duped people by offering them jobs in the force.


Maya,Mulayam responsible for criminalisation of UP:BJP

'Action must be initiated against congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi by the poll body,' Anant Kumar.

Bedi,Kejriwal attitude damaging cause: Naqvi

Kiran Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal — the high profile lieutenants of Anna Hazare — came under attack from senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.

Sushma,Jaitley,Thakur released by J-K authorities

"Now that the function is over,they have released us. We will suitably react at Jammu."

Karnataka crisis: Gadkari steps in

The recurring problems faced by the BJP government in Karnataka — the latest being the withdrawal of support by five Independents and a rebellion by more than a dozen of its own MLAs