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Modi Government's directionless policy creates a disquiet on borders-: Congress

In a Press Release Issued onJanuary19,Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala, In-Charge, Communications, AICC said that National Security Strategy cannot be centered on PM's personal propaganda machinery; instead it should be centered around our Armed Forces and National Interests. Whilst our brave and valiant Armed Forces should be applauded and we are extremely proud of their valour, lack of political direction, strategy and policy on part of Modi Government is harming India’s interests.

Pak troops continue heavy mortar shelling and firing along IB in Jammu; 4 persons killed

In Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistani troops continued heavy mortar shelling along International Border in Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts and along Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri and Poonch districts last night. Four persons - an Army jawan, a BSF Head Constable and two civilians - have been martyred in the incident during the past 24 hours. 35 people - two BSF jawans and 33 civilians - have also been injured, some of them seriously. Army and

Rajasthan: EVM to have candidates' picture in upcoming bypoll

Rajasthan's Chief Election Officer said that the Electronic Voting Machines in the by-polls will have photographs of candidates contesting elections. The by-polls are due on January 29 in Ajmer and Alwar Parliamentary seats along with Mandalgarh Assembly seat. And though the same procedure was followed in the Dholpur Assembly by-poll in Rajasthan last year, according to the CEO, this time it will be done for the very first time in any Lok Sabha elections.

 

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India’s National Security & Strategic Interests are being severely compromised by the Modi Government : Congress

In a Press Release Issued on January 18, Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala, In-Charge, Communications, AICC said that India’s National Security & Strategic Interests are being 

 

Doklam issue: BJP alleges Cong ‘sacrificing’ national interest
BJP spokesperson Anil Baluni said people will rather trust the Army chief’s assertions and not allegations of Congress leaders. The BJP on Thursday accused the Congress of putting its self-interest over national interest after it attacked the government

 

Modi, Amit Shah & Hegde are not Hindus: Actor Prakash Raj

Actor Prakash Raj on Thursday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and Union Minister Anant Kumar Hedge are not Hindus, stressing that those who support killings cannot be Hindus.Speaking at the India Today conclave South 2018,

 

NEWSPAPERS HEADLINES
* The Supreme Court's decision to lift the ban imposed by some states on the screening of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film Padmavat dominates front page headlines on friday. The Indian Express writes "Freedom of expression supreme, says SC, tells states to give security for Padmavat release". The Hindu quotes the apex court as saying "Conscience shocked by this guillotining of creative rights". Adding the paper writes in it's Editorial under the , heading ''Dual duty'' States have a twin resposibility; to protect free speech and preserve law and order.
* The other story which is prominently splashed across the front pages of most papers is the reduction of GST rates on some products and services. The Economic Times reports "GST Council rejigs rates of 29 items, 53 services".
* Most papers take note of the filing of a charge-sheet by the National Investigation Agency or NIA for alleged terror funding in the Kashmir Valley. The Tribune says "NIA slaps sedition charges on Hafiz, Salahuddin, separatists".
* The meeting of the Chief Justice of India with the four senior most judges of the Supreme Court after they went public with their grievances regarding allocation of work by the Chief Justice is keenly tracked in the media. The Hindustan Times reports " Form panel to assign important cases, senior justices tell CJI". The Times of India observes "CJI meets rebels but doesn't heed demands".
* On the announcement of poll dates for assembly elections in three north-eastern states, the Pioneer reports "Tripura to go to polls on Feb 18 ; Nagalnd, Meghalaya on Feb 27".
* Many papers carry photographs of the Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile blasting off as India successfully test fired the missile from a facility off the Odisha coast. The Asian Age reports "Nuke capable ballistic missile Agni-5 test fired : 5000 km missile can hit China, Europe".
* The Times of India carries an exclusive interview given by the visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to its sister concern, the Times Now television channel. The paper writes "Bibi backs India's right to hit terror hideouts across LOC".
* US President Donald Trump announced very unusual awards. According to the Asian Age, "Trump's Fake News Awards go to New York Times, CNN....".

 

 

Barmer will Bestow Energy to Entire Country - PM

Barmer, January 16. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has said that the petroleum refinery in Barmer will not only change the fate and future of Rajasthan, but will bestow energy to the entire country. He said that when the country would be celebrating the 75th anniversary of its

 

 

Congress reiterates its demands to bring Petroleum Products & Real Estate under the GST ambit

In a Press Statement Issued on January 17 at new Delhi, Sardar Manpreet Singh Badal, Punjab Finance Minister said Petrol and Diesel prices are skyrocketing, Retail Inflation is at a 15 month high, GDP has fallen, but this Government is not realizing the extent of its economic mismanagement.

 

Togadia now wants PM’s phone records made public

After being discharged from the hospital on Wednesday, the VHP ‘international president’ hinted that he is being persecuted at the instance of the Prime Minister. On his release from the hospital in Ahmedabad on Wednesday, Vishwa Hindu

 

 

Government ends Haj subsidy

The central government on Tuesday said it has decided to withdraw subsidy given to hundreds and thousands of Muslims for the annual Haj pilgrimage.Announcing the decision, Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said it was in line with the government's agenda to empower minorities without appeasing them."This is part of our policy to empower minorities with dignity and without appeasement," Naqvi told reporters. He said the government would utilise the funds

 

Crisis in SC seems to be unresolved: Attorney General Venugopal
Attorney General K K Venugopal said the crisis in the Supreme Court seems to be unresolved and hoped it will be "fully settled" in a couple of days, remarks that come a day after he stated that everything was settled in the higher judiciary. A crisis erupted on January 12 after four senior judges -- Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B

 

PM Modi inaugurated a project which was already launched, says Congress

The PM once again relaunched a project in Rajasthan, which was already launched by the Congress 4 years ago. Earlier he had ‘inaugurated’ All India Institute of Ayurveda 7 years after it was opened. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Rajasthan to launch work commencement of the Barmer refinery four years after the project was actually launched by the then Congress president and chairperson of the UPA, Sonia Gandhi.

 

Once a friend of Modi, Togadia now accuses Centre of threatening him
A day after he reappeared from his brief disappearance, Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s international working president Pravin Togadia on Tuesday expressed the possibility that he may be killed. Vishwa Hindu Parishad's international Executive President Pravin Togadia was found unconscious in a hospital in Shahibagh locality in Ahmedabad

 

PM Modi says role of business & industry is crucial in transformation of ties between India & Israel

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the role of business and industry is crucial in the transformation of ties between India and Israel.  Speaking at India-Israel Business Summit in New Delhi yesterday, Mr Modi said, it is the combined efforts of the industry of two countries that will add real value to interaction between him and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin

 

Fresh and explosive claims demand probe of judge Loya’s death

Journalist Niranjan Takle, former high court judge BG Kolse Patil and Uday Gaware, former president of Latur Bar Association, make a strong case in favour of a probe into sudden death of judge Loya. Inquire into the property acquired by MB Gosavi, the CBI court judge who acquitted Amit Shah in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case, demanded Uday Gaware, former president of the Latur Bar Association. He was speaking at a public meeting organised by All India People’s Forum in the national capital

 

ED has no jurisdiction yet continues to misuse its powers: P. Chidambaram

P. Chidambaram In a press Statement on Saturday P. Chidambaram also said that "This morning the Enforcement Directorate searched my residence in Delhi as well as my family's residence in Chennai. Nothing was found. The panchnamas speak for themselves." Shri P. Chidambaram said yesterday, the Supreme Court issued notices to the

 

Bihar: 28 persons,including 10 women arrested for attacking CM Nitish Kumar's cavalcade

In Bihar, at least 28 persons, including 10 women, have so far been arrested in connection with the attack on the cavalcade of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Buxar district two days ago.  Buxar Superintendent of Police Rakesh Kumar said on Sunday that a total of five FIRs have been registered in connection with the incident against 99 named persons and 500 to 700 unnamed ones. While 28 of them have been arrested, efforts are on to nab the others," the police officer said.

 

Former Judges of SC and HC agree with the four Judges

Former Judge of Supreme Court of India, Justice P.B. Sawant (Retd.) and former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court A.P. Shah (Retd.), along with two other former judges of High Courts, penned a letter to Chief Justice Dipak Misra, supporting the four senior judges of the Supreme Court who went public with their difference with CJI Misra.“We agree with the four