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Narendra Modi

PM Modi mentions his BA and MA degrees, wife Jashodaben in affidavit

After his minister Smriti Irani refrained from mentioning her university degree in her election affidavit, there was some curiosity as to what Prime Minister...
Demonetisation queue

PM Modi went for demonetisation first, RBI’s formal approval came five weeks later

On a day when ‘#DemonetisationYaadRakhna’ (always remember demonetisation) was a top tending hashtag on Twitter to remind people of the hardships brought about by...
“No clear picture on unemployment”

“No clear picture on unemployment”

Panelists feel that the government must back its claims with fact and figures Growing unemployment is turning out to be a huge challenge, and will...

Despite CIC order, PMO denies to share details on black money

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on Sunday, November 25 has refused to share details on the quantum of black money brought back from abroad,...

CIC notice to RBI for dishonouring Supreme Court order to disclose wilful defaulters’ list

The CIC recalled that RBI had earlier disclosed, in response to an RTI application, that bad debt stood at Rs 15,551 crore for the...
Adultery not a crime, can be a ground for divorce, says Supreme Court

Adultery not a crime, can be a ground for divorce, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court today (Thursday, September 27) junked the 158 year old adultery law unconstitutional, holding it as oppressive to women and treating them...
RTI Amendment Bill that Modi Govt wants will render the law useless

RTI Amendment Bill that Modi Govt wants will render the law useless

Modi government’s proposed move to amend the Right to Information (RTI) law to expand government control over the information commissioners is facing stiff resistance...
Black money: Three reports commissioned by UPA regime under finance ministry scanner

Black money: Three reports commissioned by UPA regime under finance ministry scanner

US think tank, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) study estimates that USD 770 million in black money was circulated into India between 2005 and 2014 The...
Activist Nikhil Dey, 4 others sentenced to 4 months in jail in 1998 case

Activist Nikhil Dey, 4 others sentenced to 4 months in jail in 1998 case

The case is linked to a dispute with the then sarpanch of Harmada, Pyarelal, who had been accused of corruption Well-known rights activist Nikhil Dey...

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Narendra Modi

PM Modi mentions his BA and MA degrees, wife Jashodaben in affidavit

After his minister Smriti Irani refrained from mentioning her university degree in her election affidavit, there was some curiosity as to what Prime Minister...
Demonetisation queue

PM Modi went for demonetisation first, RBI’s formal approval came five weeks later

On a day when ‘#DemonetisationYaadRakhna’ (always remember demonetisation) was a top tending hashtag on Twitter to remind people of the hardships brought about by...
“No clear picture on unemployment”

“No clear picture on unemployment”

Panelists feel that the government must back its claims with fact and figures Growing unemployment is turning out to be a huge challenge, and will...

Despite CIC order, PMO denies to share details on black money

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on Sunday, November 25 has refused to share details on the quantum of black money brought back from abroad,...

CIC notice to RBI for dishonouring Supreme Court order to disclose wilful defaulters’ list

The CIC recalled that RBI had earlier disclosed, in response to an RTI application, that bad debt stood at Rs 15,551 crore for the...
Adultery not a crime, can be a ground for divorce, says Supreme Court

Adultery not a crime, can be a ground for divorce, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court today (Thursday, September 27) junked the 158 year old adultery law unconstitutional, holding it as oppressive to women and treating them...
RTI Amendment Bill that Modi Govt wants will render the law useless

RTI Amendment Bill that Modi Govt wants will render the law useless

Modi government’s proposed move to amend the Right to Information (RTI) law to expand government control over the information commissioners is facing stiff resistance...
Black money: Three reports commissioned by UPA regime under finance ministry scanner

Black money: Three reports commissioned by UPA regime under finance ministry scanner

US think tank, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) study estimates that USD 770 million in black money was circulated into India between 2005 and 2014 The...
Activist Nikhil Dey, 4 others sentenced to 4 months in jail in 1998 case

Activist Nikhil Dey, 4 others sentenced to 4 months in jail in 1998 case

The case is linked to a dispute with the then sarpanch of Harmada, Pyarelal, who had been accused of corruption Well-known rights activist Nikhil Dey...

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