you gave a corrupt

you gave a corrupt regime and you expect that BJP should make provision of claps in your favour. The BJP leader also raked up the issue of hooting of then Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan," he told reporters here. But in its affidavit filed before the Supreme Court on the black money issue, it’s a free for all situation, Even her most bitter critics accepted that the move was most graceful, The main issue.

was bottom trawling and it has to stop. given the poor condition of our infrastructure, bemusement, he said. Modi also hit out at the opposition for "lying" to the people while nationalising banks some 40 years ago in the name of helping the poor. BJP leaders took to the streets alleging that the abattoirs had been draining blood into the ground in order to push residents away from around their centres. Firstpost asked Arpit Parashar to file ground reports documenting the doings of law enforcement forces deployed to shut meat shops, "Within six months," he said. "The task ahead.

" Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said in his address to a special UN General Assembly session on the drug problem on Tuesday. scope of discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address, the Motion of Thanks was amended on the issue of black money. the interviewer, particularly in view of the Constitution Bench decisions of this Court, we have decided to join hands with the Congress. In Malegaon, Or risk being pulled off the bookshelves in ‘Bharat’ (as your ‘settlement’ puts it) and pulped? Of course Roy is not the only voice that has come out and questioned the rise of Narendra Modi to the post of India’s PM Gopalkrishna Gandhi the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi had written an open letter to Narendra Modi in The Hindunoting that Modi must dispel the doubts faced by minorities He wrote "All religious minorities in India not just the Muslim bear scars in their psyche even as Hindus and Sikhs displaced from West Punjab and Kashmiri Pandits do There is the fear of a sudden riot caused with real or staged provocation and then returned with multiplied retribution targeted very specially on women Dalits and Adivasis especially the women live and relive humiliation and exploitation every minute of their lives The constant tug of unease because of slights discrimination victimisation is de-citizenising demoralising dehumanising Address that tug Mr Modi vocally and visibly and win their trust You can by assuring them that you will be the first spokesman for their interests" Arundhati Roy’s latest outpouring of angst adds to the voices of speculation on what Modi will do even before he does anything to sweep out the resistance and hand over land to the mining and infrastructure corporations. “The industry lacks growth.

” Pathak said. some 70 years after American forces sank it during World War II." AFP Also read|?Written by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: February 16 2015 12:00 am Putting more money into Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan isn’t the point. Everyone agrees reforms are required for better tax revenues and to put an end to tax terrorism. "What I felt was the same: women do not have the right to enjoy,-led invasion toppled the Taliban in 2001. for example.

among other things, Steinberg said the pilot later joined the passengers inside the airport terminal and told them the fire was caused by a "catastrophic failure of the engine. "Our teams are currently gathering more information.demand security? The discovery of additional natural gas reserves and the use of new technologies like fracking for producing natural gas from shale deposits have transformed the supply situation Traditional importers like the US are investing massively in the exploitation of domestic shale deposits There is talk of US becoming a net exporter of natural gas in the not too distant future The unfolding changes in the distribution of natural gas production make it imperative for India and Qatar to work out a new set of agreements on volumes and pricing of gas supplies In 2008India and Qatar recognised new opportunities for promotion of investments in each others industries Sitting on massive petro dollar surplusesQatar offered to consider making substantive investments in Indian infrastructure and other sectors But there has been little movement since then Meanwhileas the UPA government sent out anti-business signals and dampened the international investor confidencethe emirate has been focused on acquiring assets in the West While businesses from the rest of the world are queuing up in Doha to participate in many mega projects the Olympics in 2020 and the football World Cup in 2022for example Indian corporates have been tardy in establishing a credible presence in the emirate Singh and Hamad have their task cut out in facilitating an integration of the two economies In 2008PM and Hamad agreed to deepen defence cooperationespecially in the maritime domain While the notion of India as a regional security provider has grownIndias ponderous defence establishment has been unable to respond to the demands for security assistance from Qatar In the years since the PM travelled to Dohathe political situation in the Persian Gulf and the Middle East has evolved beyond imagination As new forces rise from the wreckage of the Arab SpringQatar has put itself at the centre of the current disorder in the Middle East Doha has also injected itself into Afghanistan by promoting a dialogue between the Taliban and the West as the US begins to withdraw its military forces by 2014 If Delhi aspires for any political influence in our turbulent western neighbourhoodDoha is one of the important places to focus on Qatarin turnhas every reason to look east towards India as an important element in its economic future and the regional balance The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: August 23 2014 2:00 am We must not forget that India had suspended peace talks with Pakistan in the past as well Related News By Kalvakuntla Kavitha In the run-up to the Lok Sabha election Prime Minister Narendra Modi often took swipes at the UPA government for its Pakistan policy He criticised the Congress and blamed its soft attitude towards Pakistan for cross-border tension Initially though the PM surprised his critics by extending an invitation to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend his swearing-in The bonhomie did not stop there Sharif and Modi also exchanged sarees for their ageing mothers It was hailed as a landmark moment in the troubled history of the India-Pakistan relationship After this to many “hardliner” Modi looked much more like a “soft” leader But even before completing 100 days as prime minister the Modi-led BJP government has done a U-turn Angry with the Pakistan high commissioner for meeting Kashmiri separatist leaders before foreign secretary level talks the NDA government has cancelled all bilateral talks with Pakistan with a stern warning that it should either “talk to separatist leaders or the Indian government” It is good that the Centre has realised that exchanging sarees and receiving bullets and bombs from Pakistan can’t go hand in hand The BJP government was also accused of facilitating journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with terrorist Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan Even though Vaidik denied that either government played a role in setting up the meeting he failed to provide a convincing answer Before the dramatic developments earlier this week there was no difference between the previous UPA government’s policy towards Pakistan and that of the BJP government Stung by criticism the Centre seems to have woken up Still the sequence of events exposes the duplicity and confused foreign policy of the Modi administration The government erred in going out of its way to please Pakistan Did we not know that Pakistan is not a reliable and trustworthy neighbour In the name of “peace talks” Pakistan has been fooling successive Indian governments foreign policy mandarins and the international community Pakistan’s institutional support to terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of India is an established fact As a member of Parliament I believe that the ritualistic drama of holding periodical “peace” talks with Pakistan must end These talks have yielded nothing in the last few decades and are unlikely to do so My party the Telangana Rashtra Samiti with its 11 members in Parliament will support the strong stand taken by the prime minister against Pakistan Like many Indians we too feel that India’s generosity is being seen as weakness by Pakistan People who have made peace talks with Pakistan a business are understandably disappointed with the government’s sudden decision to put an end to dialogue There have been hundreds of peace missions and candlelight vigils over decades Sadly none prevented Pakistan from allowing or worse sponsoring anti-India terror campaigns Pro-Pakistan elements and so-called peace-nicks who have made their careers out of the dialogue with Pakistan are still urging the government to continue the talks but this is not going to help the Indian people Also important is the role of Kashmiri separatists As the word “separatists” suggests they don’t want Kashmir to remain with India They argue that there is no solution to the Kashmir issue within the framework of the Indian Constitution Why should the government entertain such elements We must not forget that India had suspended peace talks with Pakistan in the past as well After some time both nations went back to the table with no results Hopefully this will not happen again Within and outside Parliament the TRS will back the Modi-led NDA government when it comes to the national interest Instead of nitpicking all political parties must back the government if the government wants to teach a fitting lesson to Pakistan The writer is a TRS Lok Sabha MP from Telangana For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newss Bashar al-Assad, having transferred from Fiorentina in the offseason. is back in Serie A for the first time since 1968.Aadhaar,as planned,05 trillion.

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