Govt that promised to bring 'achche din' has 'punctured' economy: Priyanka Gandhi slams BJP over fall in GDP growth rate
The Congress had on Friday said the slump in GDP is a 'Modi-made disaster' and demanded that a financial emergency be declared in the country
It is finally acche din for Vivek Oberoi: Why EC stalling Modi biopic is a win-win situation for the actor
If the Modi biopic is blockbuster hit when it releases, Vivek Oberoi can take all the credit. If it tanks like Accidental Prime Minister he can blame the EC, (whereas Anupam Kher had no one to blame but himself.)
Priyanka Gandhi, Jyotiraditya Scindia solely entrusted to bring Congress govt in Uttar Pradesh, says Rahul Gandhi
Speaking in Amethi, his Lok Sabha constituency, on Thursday, Congress president Rahui Gandhi targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over a spate of issues including the Rafale deal, demonetisation, the ongoing CBI row and promises of "acche din".
Shiv Sena hits out at Narendra Modi for 'power like oxygen' remark, says those who failed to bring 'acche din' getting restless
The Shiv Sena Wednesday slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his power like oxygen remarks, saying those who failed to get "acche din" are now feeling disgusted at the thought of sitting in the opposition and thieves were being "purified" to ensure the supply of oxygen
Economic Survey: Rahul Gandhi slams govt over GDP, job creation numbers, takes jibe at 'acche din' slogan
Congress President Rahul Gandhi took a swipe at the Modi government after the Economic Survey was released, saying 'Acche Din' are here, except for "minor hiccups" such as a decrease in the growth of GDP, agriculture and job creation
With no economic achievement to speak of, it will be fascinating to see how the urban middle class, the most important pillar of Narendra Modi's personal support, will react in Lok Sabha election 2019
Shiv Sena said people are still waiting for the `acche din' promised by the NDA government and criticised a BJP minister in Maharashtra for his comments against the party
According to CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury: "The Modi government as part of the 'Aacche Din' slogan is making two Indias -- shining for the rich people and full of miseries for the poor people".
The Shiv Sena on Thursday said the last three years of Narednra Modi government has been riddled with chaos and confusion, and holding any celebrations would mean indifference towards the anguish of people, farmer deaths and soldiers' sacrifice.
Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Jayant Chaudhary on Friday said that political parties in Uttar Pradesh need to unite against BJP as it has "deceived" the people of the country.
Former Maharashtra deputy chief minister and NCP senior leader Ajit Pawar, in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, pointed out that he has not doing wrong in irrigation project, stating that everything has been within the guidelines and by the book
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday said that hugely popular "achhe din" was originally coined by former prime minister Manmohan Singh and it has become a "gale mein haddi" (millstone) for the NDA government
Reacting to the PM’s comment that upon taking charge he had called a meeting of top bankers to assure non-interference, Chidambaram said if the banks were in a bad shape, it was not because of political interference.
Congress on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks on nationalism at a BJP state core groups' meeting, saying he has shifted the goal post as he was elected not because of nationalism but for the promises made to people that he never fulfilled
Tyagi said that the “achche din”, promised by Modi, in terms of creating employment opportunities for the youth are yet to materialise.
BJP-led alliance in Assam is coming together of 'two dangerous forces of communalism and divisiveness': Sonia Gandhi
Slamming the BJP-led alliance in Assam as coming together of "two dangerous forces of communalism and divisiveness", Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "insulting" people of the state and going back on promises of development.
Why PM Narendra Modi wants course correction: Aggression, raids prove counterproductive for BJP, govt
The carefully cultivated image of Modi as a leader who believes in the consensual approach lay shattered as the Opposition attacked his government for being “vindictive” against rivals
LK Advani on Sunday said the government is on the right track to bring 'acche din' in the country.
Public memory is short or its grasp of history is weak or may be both. Yes, “Ache Din” may not be here yet as promised by the Prime Minister but it’s also true that “Bure Din” as being projected are not here as well.
BJP president Amit Shah sent a 12-page letter to the heads of various committees in the party last week, with instructions on how to improve the party’s public image and ‘eliminate any negative perceptions’.