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Janata Dal (United)

New Delhi:Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav on Sunday said the party had been weakened since it merged with the Samata Party and there were many challenges facing it."There are challenges everywhere and every time. We have not been able to make the party reach where it was supposed to reach," Mr Yadav said addressing the JD (U) national party meet in New Delhi.He said: "When JD (U) and Samata Party merged, both were national parties. But now their strength has ...

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Samajwadi Party

NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party, which extends crucial outside support to UPA, today launched a sharp attack on the government on the Food Security Bill claiming that if it forces its way on the issue, then the opposition too could adopt a similar attitude. "If they (government) force their way, then the opposition too could have its way...the bill should come up for consideration only when the House ( Lok Sabha) is in order. It should not be passed in a din," SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav ...

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Akhilesh Yadav

LUCKNOW: Taking serious note of the kidnapping and murder of four dalit farmers in Moradabad, chief minister Akhilesh Yadav said stringent action will be initiated against all those who failed to react promptly to the kidnapping complaint. He also announced ex gratia relief of Rs 3 lakh to the family of each of the four victims, apart from Rs 10 lakh that each of the families would be entitled to under the state government's farmers insurance and compensation for schedule caste and schedule ...

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Meira Kumar

She may have maintained a polite smile on her face at all times even in the face of slogans being chanted in Parliament, but Speaker Meira Kumar reached the end of her tether today when she saw an MP walk out of the Lok Sabha. “I saw one member walking out of the House while Vande Mataram was being played…I take serious note of this and need to know why they did it,” Kumar said. “This should not ever be repeated again,” the Speaker said. It’s ...

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Salman Khurshid

A tin shed structure put up by the Indian troops at Chumar area in Ladakh, three days after the Chinese incursion in Depsang, was the bargaining chip that led to a resolution between the two countries.Sources said the Indian side started building the structure around the time that Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai called Chinese ambassador Wei Wei on April 18 to his South Block office to put forward India's demand to "restore the status quo" prior to the incursion. The tin shelter was located ...

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Palaniappan Chidambaram

WikiLeaks reveal Chidambaram and Kapil Sibal said there was sufficient evidence against Natwar Singh in Oil for Food Scam. “Chidambaram and Science Minister Kapil Sibal, the Cabinet’s two most prominent lawyers, determined there was sufficient evidence against Natwar to warrant further investigation.” “The UPA will also dispatch a “polite” letter to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, purportedly requesting the UN SIPDIS to treat Congress ...

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Arackaparambil Kurien Antony

New Delhi: Defence Minister AK Antony on Tuesday remained non-committal whether India had agreed to withdraw its troops from a key post in Chumar area in Ladkah as was being demanded by China. "I will just say that the two sides have agreed to have status quo ante," he said when asked if the Army has agreed to withdraw troops from bunkers built in Chumar area. Reports today suggested that though the government has asserted that no concessions were offered to the Chinese to end the ...

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Mohammad Hamid Ansari

As India's 14 Vice-President, Mohammed Hamid Ansari made history. He became the only person after Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan to get a second term. Mr Ansari, backed by the Congress-led UPA, beat NDA candidate Jaswant Singh comprehensively. An erudite man and a career bureaucrat, his lack of a political background has been cited as a shortcoming more than once this year when names for potential candidates for Vice President were discussed. Critics had also said that he has been less than ...

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Kishore Chandra Deo

... Northeast problem New Delhi - Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj Minister V Kishore Chandra Deo tells Aditi Phadnis why people from the Northeast find the rest of India so inhospitable As a liberal Indian, I find it hard to understand why people from Northeast India who have been hosted by cosmopolitan cities all over India for several decades – we even had H T Sangliana being elected an MP from Bangalore North in the 14th Lok Sabha – suddenly turning their backs on these ...

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Kishore Chandra Deo

New Delhi - Ministry of Tribal Affairs intends will introduce a Central Sector Scheme to provide Minimum Support Price (MSP) for Minor Forest Produces, said V. Kishore Chandra Deo, Union Minister of Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj. He was addressing a meeting of State Secretaries and Commissioner–in- charge of Tribal Welfare here on Monday. He said that the Ministry of Tribal Affairs is administering the Forest Rights Act, which seeks to recognize and vest forest rights and ...

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Kishore Chandra Deo

... Celebration TRIFED Shri V. Kishore Chandra Deo, Union Minister of Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj inaugurated the Silver Jubilee celebration of the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Limited (TRIFED) here today. In his inaugural address, Sheri Deo said there is a need to concentrate on Minor Forest Produce, termed as Non-Timber Forest Produce (NTFP) by TRIFED. The NTFP has significant economic and social value for the forest dwellers. He said that Central ...

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

New Delhi -With Mamata Banerjee throwing her weight behind the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) nominee Pranab Mukherjee for the Presidential elections, 24 hours before the crucial poll, a comfortably-placed Mukherjee was reading former President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s speeches on Wednesday. At the 13 Talkatora Road bungalow, his home for 16 years, Mukherjee confessed: “Unlike the Lok Sabha elections, in this election, there is no worry.” Mukherjee fought a tough ...

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Zakir Hussain

... grave New Delhi: On the 8 February 2010 was 113th birth anniversary of Late Dr. Zakir Husain, former President of India and former Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia. Union Minority Affairs Minister Salman Khursheed and Jamia Millia Vice-Chancellor Najeeb Jung offered floral tribute to the leader and read Fatiha. Khursheed was at the mausoleum inside the university premises since morning with his family members for Fatiha. Dr Hussain was his maternal ...

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Rahul Gandhi

I feel bad for Rahul Gandhi sometimes. There is something about him that just doesn’t seem to fit. Unlike other sons of politicians, who have embraced politics, have mass appeal with the public and are riding high on their father’s connections, Gandhi consistently appears disconnected from politics and people. He always seems to be just a little out of place and a little bit out of touch. From Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, we have examples of sons of politicians who have succeeded in ...

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Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi - The annual rituals marking the birthday of Rahul Gandhi, the scion of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, were rather subdued this year. Gandhi had spent the greater part of 2011 touring Uttar Pradesh, trying to garner support for Congress and extending the party's rural base. At 42, Gandhi is projected as the young face of Congress, and one who will, in time, take over the reins of the party from his Italian-born mother Sonia. Anointed as the 'Prime Minister-in-waiting' by the media, ...

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Rahul Gandhi

... asks partymen to stay united Davangere: Elections are due in Karnataka next year, but for political parties, it is never too early to start preparations. The Congress' Rahul Gandhi has spent the weekend in north Karnataka in a bid to rally the Congress troops and take on the ruling BJP which is facing troubles of its own. And Mr Gandhi did not miss the chance of raising the issue of corruption - a sensitive point for the BJP in the state - with several party leaders, including former ...

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Mahmood Mamdani

Only two weeks ago, Ugandan papers carried front-page reports from the highly respected Social Science Research Council of New York, accusing the Uganda army of atrocities against civilians in Central African Republic while on a mission to fight Joseph Kony and the LRA. The Army denied the allegations. Many in the civilian population, especially in the north, were skeptical of the denial. Like all victims, they have long and enduring memories. The adult population recalls the brutal ...

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Mahmood Mamdani

The Arab Spring has once again raised pressing questions about the effectiveness of international human rights organizations. Along with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and Western powers, these organizations are being increasingly castigated for their failure to stop violence in the Middle East-North Africa region generally, and in Syria in particular. Despite the nobility of their cause, Western human rights organizations are losing legitimacy because they fail to assess the ...

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Mahmood Mamdani

Mira Nair, an Indian- American film maker, lives in New York City and heads her film production company, Mirabai Films. She teaches in the film division of the Columbia School of Arts as an adjunct professor. Mira Nair is Malayali and Punjabi, born in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa on Oct 15, 1957. Her father was a civil servant and her mother, a social worker. Born in a middle class family, Nair is the youngest of three children. She went to boarding school in Shimla, to Loreto Convent Tara Hall. She ...

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Rajendra Prasad

Patna - Bihar Police have begun a probe into how the gold wrist watch of India's first President Rajendra Prasad reached Geneva in Switzerland after being stolen from Patna in 1964, police said Tuesday. "Police have decided to investigate the case after Rajendra Prasad's granddaughter Tara Sinha demanded a probe into the matter," said Patna's Senior Superintendent of Police Alok Kumar. A case in this connection has also been formally lodged at Patna's Patliputra police station Monday by ...

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