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"Chowkidaar Is Chor, Hence Proved": Rahul Gandhi 's Rafale Retort To PM

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today welcomed the investigative report by English daily The Hindu, which has accessed a defense ministry note that records its objections to the involvement Prime Minister’s Office in the Rafale deal with France. The report conclusively establishes the PMO was involved in the deal and it makes the Supreme Court judgment on Rafale questionable since “information was withheld from the court,” Mr Gandhi said. The internal

Unbelievable facts about PM Narendra Modi 's wealth

Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not seem to keep much cash in hand even as his total assets have gone up to Rs 1.41 crore — largely due to a residential property that has appreciated by more than 25 times since purchase over 13 years ago. According to the latest details of his assets disclosed by the Prime Minister’s Office, Modi had total ‘cash in hand’ of just Rs 4,700 at the end of the

National Herald case: Govt dares Rahul Gandhi to give proof in Parliament

The NDA government on Wednesday dared Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to give proof in Parliament on his allegations of political vendetta against the prime minister’s office (PMO) in the National Herald case. Prove it instead of wasting time of the House, the government said after Gandhi alleged that the case is “100% political vendetta coming out of the PMO”. Union minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said the Congress leader “did not

Respect judiciary, 100% vendetta from PMO: Rahul Gandhi on Herald case

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday again accused the government of indulging in “vendetta politics” even as party MPs disrupted business in the House for the second consecutive day with raucous protests. He also rejected the charge that Congress was using Parliament to threaten judiciary saying “it is the other way round”. “One hundred per cent political vendetta. Pure political vendetta coming out of PMO. It is their way of

Dal-roti mat khao prabu ke gun gaao: Rahul Gandhi leads Congress attack on PM Modi

The Congress Party on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lowered the dignity of his office and is not subscribing to a healthy democratic discourse. Congress leader Anand Sharma dubbed Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s remark that Prime Minister Modi was the ‘worst victim’ of rivals’ ideological intolerance to be ironical. “The Prime Minister who is authoritarian, who is the first Prime Minister to have centralized all decision making

Sonia Gandhi refuses to make Nehru's personal papers public

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has refused to make public personal papers of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The Congress chief has refused hand over of Nehru’s papers to Nehru Memorial Museum and Library which could provide a glimpse into his relationships with his family members and others. Meanwhile, the papers which are made available are only official documents including Nehru’s speech and other material from Independence till his death

Terror strikes Srinagar ahead of PM's visit, 8 jawans killed

In an audacious terror strike on the eve of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit, suspected Hizbul Mujahideen militants on Monday ambushed an Army convoy on the outskirts of the city, killing 8 jawans and injuring 14 others. Two jawans are reportedly battling for life in Srinagar. Militants attacked the convoy at Hyderpora bypass on the Airport-Lal Chowk road, outside a private hospital this evening, the second major strike in three

Digvijaya rules against SC for calling CBI ‘caged parrot’

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Monday took a dig at the judiciary for its observations on CBI, triggering immediate reaction from BJP, which advised him to “learn and understand” why there were a “series of scams” in theUPA government instead of “blaming the judiciary”. “By calling CBI a parrot in cage, then a Central Administrative Bench in Bangalore calling the IB a chicken. Now I have a question to the people in general. Are we not belittling our institutions?

Law Minister, PMO made changes in Coal Report

The CBI told the Supreme Court Monday that four changes were made at the instance of Law and Justice Minister Ashwani Kumar and PMO officials in its draft report on the probe into coal blocks allocation but no evidence against any suspect was removed. In a nine-page affidavit, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Ranjit Sinha said “there was no deletion of any evidence against any suspect” and the “central