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  • After Sisodia its Jain under CBI’s lens

    Poonam Jain

    New Delhi: 3 days after a team from Central Bureau of Investigation questioned deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia's at his residence in relation with a programme related to, 'Talk 2 AK', Satyendar Jain’s turn on Monday. The CBI on Monday questioned PWD minister’s wife, Poonam Jain, in connection with a case of alleged money laundering against him.

  • All that you need to know about Ram Nath Kovind and why his victory won’t be a surprise

    Ram Nath Kovind1

    New Delhi: Despite Congress led opposition having announced the very competent Meira Kumar as its candidate, Kovind still has way brighter chances of becoming the 14th President of India. Apart from being a Dalit face, Kovind’s image has also been clear and he has generally steered clear of controversy. His nomination was certainly a big surprise for all and set the stage for an interesting presidential election. Here are a few facts you definitely need to know about the next prospective president and his family and also why his victory is definitely confirmed.

    Kovind's birth and marriage:

    Kovind, who was associated with the Koli community of the Dalits, was born in Parakh, a small village in Kanpur village. Ram Nath Kovind's wife's name is Savita Kovind. They were married on May 30th, 1974. They have a son, whose name is Prashant and he is married, while his daughter's name is Swati. Swati’s done B.Com and LLB from Kanpur University and is a successful lawyer.

  • Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind to be NDA's presidential candidate: Amit Shah

    Ram Nath

     New Delhi: Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind will be NDA nominee for Presidential election, addressing a press conference in New Delhi, BJP chief Amit Shah announced his name. 

  • FODDER SCAM: RJD Supremo termed for jail sentence

    Lalu Jail

    Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav and 15 others were convicted in fodder scam case under fraudulent which withdrawal of Rs 89.27 lakh from Deoghar treasury 21 years ago. A Jharkhand court stated that Yadav will receive his quantum of sentence on Thursday and he was brought from Ranchi's Birsa Munda Central Jail to the court for sentencing in a Fodder Scam case. 
  • MCG Election 2017 Results: 35 seats, independents win 20, BJP 14, INLD 1

    MCG Election 2017 Result

    The counting ended around 8pm of MCG Election 2017 on Sunday, the independent candidates emerged victorious in this MCG polls, winning 20 of the 35 seats. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which was confident of bagging about 30 of the 35 seats, had to contend with just 14 seats while one seat has gone to the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD).

    As results came in, they brought in good news for the women of the city as well with 15 women candidates emerging victorious. Of them, 10 are independents, while five are from the BJP.

  • NDA Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind gets support of AIADMK & JD(U)

    Kovind

    New Delhi: NDA proposed Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind got a boost with the AIADMK (Amma) faction, led by Chief Minister K Palaniswami announced its support to him. 

  • Shiv Sena to make a world record, believes Congress MLA

    Shiv Sena

    NEW DELHI: Nitesh Narayan Rane, a Congress MLA took a dig at  Uddhav Thackeray, the Shiv Sena chief, when he wrote a letter to Guinness World Record. Rane requested the Guinness World Record to register a record in Shiv Sena's name for its numerous empty promises to withdraw support from the government of Maharashtra.

  • State BJP prepared for mid term elections: Devender Fadnavis

    Fadnavis

    NewsMantra Bureau

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is prepared for mid-term polls.

    Responding to the reports of speculations that mid-term polls could take place in state following farmers' stir for loan waiver, the chief minister said if someone wants to impel the BJP to go for mid-term polls, he is confident that the BJP will be able to form the government again. 

    Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray had recently said that if the government does not implement the provisions of loan waiver by next month, the party could withdraw support to the state government.

    Buoyed by the BJP's success in the recently held Maharashtra local governing bodies' polls, Fadnavis said that the success was unprecedented and no other party achieved such success. 


    Even the Congress-NCP couldn't attend the success even during their hay days. 

    So, people believe in the government. 


    The Fadnavis government had announced the long-standing demand of the farm loan waiver just last Sunday.

  • Why BJP government’s move to paint the doors of the poor in Dausa district is absurd

    Doors Of The Poor In Dausa District

    New Delhi: In an apparent move to ‘identify’ the poor  and to make them avail the benefits of National Food Security Act (NFSA) scheme, the state Bhartiya Janata Party  has gone about painting the doors of all poor households in Dausa district of Rajasthan. The doors now read “I am poor…I get ration” and this serves as an ‘eligibility’ to get subsidized Ration. This, for obvious reasons, has sparked a lot of controversy among social activists and the opposition has pooled in for political mileage.

  • Why the farmers’ protests everywhere is something to worry about

    Padmini Ramesh

    Starting from the Mandsaur protests in Madhya Pradesh  in the beginning of this month, there has been a series of farmers’ protests propping up across the country with the latest being yesterday’s protest in Punjab. It would be irrational to assume that this rising anger and restlessness among the farmers across the country is simply because they want to keep up with the Mandsaur protests. Rather, the Mandsaur protests could be viewed as the tipping point of this crack down by the farming community- a distressed farming community with mounting debts, poor marketing facilities, unable to get competitive remuneration for their produce; the recent cash crunch post demonetization only worsening their problems. With the inflation rate falling short of the target of 4% implying fall in food prices, a surge in the rates of petrol and diesel increasing the transportation costs and the new notification by the centre banning the sale of cattle and live stock in animal markets for slaughter purposes, the situation had to reach this stage.