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Digvijaya Singh visits Varanasi, says nothing has changed in PM Modi's LS seat in two years

May 27, 2016

Digvijaya Singh visits Varanasi, says nothing has changed in PM Modi's LS seat in two years

Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Thursday visited PM Narendra Modi's Loksabha constituency in Varanasi in "search of the developmental works". #Politics #Congress #BJP #Digvijaya Singh #TheySaidIt #Varanasi #Lok Sabha seat #PM Narendra Modi
Kejriwal questions PM Modi's 'silence' Vyapam scam, Vijay Mallya case

May 26, 2016

Kejriwal questions PM Modi's 'silence' Vyapam scam, Vijay Mallya case

In a series of tweets, the Delhi CM alleged that in the last two years, minorities, students and dalits have been tragetted while traders, jewellers, businessmen were disappointed and angry with the Centre. #Politics #Narendra Modi #Arvind Kejriwal #Vijay Mallya #PolicalPlay #Vyapam scam
Congress distances itself from Digvijaya Singh's fresh claims on Batla House encounter

May 26, 2016

Congress distances itself from Digvijaya Singh's fresh claims on Batla House encounter

Congress on Wednesday distanced itself from party leader Digvijaya Singh's fresh claims on the 2008 Batla House encounter. #Politics #Congress #Digvijaya Singh #NewsTracker #Shivraj Patil #2008 Batla House encounter
NDA's second anniversary: BJP highlights achievements of Modi govt

May 26, 2016

NDA's second anniversary: BJP highlights achievements of Modi govt

Top BJP leaders led by the party chief Amit Shah on Wednesday highlighted the "achievements" of Narendra Modi government during its two years in office. #Politics #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Arun Jaitley #Amit Shah #M Venkaiah Naidu #PM Narendra Modi #NDA second anniversary
Netanyahu signs coalition deal, names far-right Lieberman defence chief | Reuters

May 26, 2016

Netanyahu signs coalition deal, names far-right Lieberman defence chief | Reuters

JERUSALEM Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his choice for defence minister, ultranationalist Avigdor Lieberman, signed a coalition agreement on Wednesday and issued assurances that the most right wing government in Israel's history would act responsibly. Once Lieberman is sworn in, Netanyahu will have a government of 66 legislators, widening his current one-seat majority in the 120-member parliament, a goal the Israeli leader has said he has sought since winning a fourth term last year. Lieberman's return to office - he was previously foreign minister - has raised questions at home and abroad given his past criticism of Israel's Arab minority, U.S.-sponsored peace talks with Palestinians and regional powers Egypt and Turkey. #Politics #Economy #India #Middle East #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom