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Murli Manohar Joshi says practice of discussions across party lines on national issues is ‘almost over’, urges revival for sake of democracy
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Murli Manohar Joshi says practice of discussions across party lines on national issues is ‘almost over’, urges revival for sake of democracy

The practice of holding discussions which cut across party lines on issues of national and international importance is "almost finished" and there is a need to revive it, veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi said on Tuesday. Joshi made the remarks as he and other leaders paid tributes to senior Congress leader Jaipal Reddy, who passed away in July.

Lok Sabha election: BJP declares first list of 184 candidates; at least 35 of 78 MPs re-nominated have criminal cases against them
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Lok Sabha election: BJP declares first list of 184 candidates; at least 35 of 78 MPs re-nominated have criminal cases against them

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its first list of 184 candidates for the Lok Sabha election on Thursday, and the attention is focused on the 'big wigs' who have been retained to make good on the party's ticket.

Pramod Sawant, Vishwajit Rane frontrunners for Goa CM’s post; MGP’s Sudin Dhavalikar seeks recognition for ‘sacrifices’
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Pramod Sawant, Vishwajit Rane frontrunners for Goa CM’s post; MGP’s Sudin Dhavalikar seeks recognition for ‘sacrifices’

Even before the demise of Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday, there was uncertainty in the state government due to his prolonged illness.

Daily Bulletin: EC announces LS poll dates but delays J&K Assembly polls, Rahul Gandhi to address booth workers; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: EC announces LS poll dates but delays J&K Assembly polls, Rahul Gandhi to address booth workers; day's top stories

Today's top stories: The EC has declared the Lok Sabha election dates, however, the Opposition is protesting some of its decisions, Rahul Gandhi will address thousands of booth workers today

Yogi Adityanath says Narendra Modi made India ‘corruption-free’; UP CM inaugurates development projects worth Rs 131 crore
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Yogi Adityanath says Narendra Modi made India ‘corruption-free’; UP CM inaugurates development projects worth Rs 131 crore

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of projects worth Rs 131 crore in the Maharajganj district

Bharat bandh today as tribal, Dalit groups protest against SC's 13 Feb eviction order, demand ordinance to protect rights
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Bharat bandh today as tribal, Dalit groups protest against SC's 13 Feb eviction order, demand ordinance to protect rights

Tribal and Dalit rights organisations have called for bharat bandh on Tuesday protesting against the 13 February Supreme Court order, which had directed at least 21 states to evict traditional forest and tribal dwellers whose claims over the forest land have been rejected by authorities.

Mayawati accuses Narendra Modi, BJP of using Jammu and Kashmir unrest as distraction from 'failures'
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Mayawati accuses Narendra Modi, BJP of using Jammu and Kashmir unrest as distraction from 'failures'

Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP of trying to cover up their failures by using the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

Issue of evicting tribals and forest dwellers should be seen 'compassionately', says forest minister Harsh Vardhan
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Issue of evicting tribals and forest dwellers should be seen 'compassionately', says forest minister Harsh Vardhan

Union Minister Harsh Vardhan, however, did not elaborate on his statement saying the issue of evicting tribals should be seen compassionately, saying he had not read the 13 February judgement and came to know about it only through the media.

SC orders eviction of tribals whose claims to forest land have been rejected; 10 lakh families across 16 states affected
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SC orders eviction of tribals whose claims to forest land have been rejected; 10 lakh families across 16 states affected

The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the eviction of around 10 lakh families of forest-dwelling tribal communities in at least 16 states

Amid claims of rising unemployment, Centre says 3.79 lakh jobs were created between 2017 and 2019 in formal, unorganised sectors
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Amid claims of rising unemployment, Centre says 3.79 lakh jobs were created between 2017 and 2019 in formal, unorganised sectors

As the debate intensifies over rising unemployment in the country, the Modi government claims to have generated over 3.79 lakh jobs between 2017 and 2019 in its various establishments, according to the interim budget for 2019-20.

Daily Bulletin: NDA's final Union Budget to be announced before Lok Sabha polls; Selection Committee to meet to appoint CBI chief; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: NDA's final Union Budget to be announced before Lok Sabha polls; Selection Committee to meet to appoint CBI chief; day's top stories

Daily bulletin: Finance Minister Piyush Goyal will announce the interim Budget today; Selection Committee, led by Narendra Modi, will meet to discuss the appoinment of a CBI chief; day's top stories

Sabarimala violence: 9,489 of 10,561 accused of inciting violence are from Sangh Parivar, Pinarayi Vijayan tells Kerala Governor in report
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Sabarimala violence: 9,489 of 10,561 accused of inciting violence are from Sangh Parivar, Pinarayi Vijayan tells Kerala Governor in report

The report detailed the instances of violence that have erupted across Kerala over the Sabarimala row, and said that the state suffered a loss of Rs 2.3 crore during the 3 January hartal alone because of Sangh groups' actions.

Sabarimala: Two women who entered temple unable to return home amid threats from extremists; say they ‘trusted authorities'
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Sabarimala: Two women who entered temple unable to return home amid threats from extremists; say they ‘trusted authorities'

Two women who made history by becoming the first in centuries to enter the Sabarimala hill temple in Kerala are in hiding after threats by hard-line Hindu groups. The temple has been the site of tension since the Supreme Court ruled in late September to end a ban on women of menstruating age entering it.

Next course of action depends on what Kashmiri youth wants me to do, says ex-IAS officer Shah Faesal; invites people to 'think together'
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Next course of action depends on what Kashmiri youth wants me to do, says ex-IAS officer Shah Faesal; invites people to 'think together'

A day after quitting the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Shah Faesal, who topped the exam in 2009, on Thursday said his next course of action will depend on what the people of Kashmir, especially the youth, want him to do.

Narendra Modi can't become Nehru by wearing his jackets, says Ahmed Patel; Congress leader claims it's time for PM to 'vacate throne'
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Narendra Modi can't become Nehru by wearing his jackets, says Ahmed Patel; Congress leader claims it's time for PM to 'vacate throne'

Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel slammed Narendra Modi on Saturday and said that results of the Assembly elections indicate that the BJP was on its way out even at the Centre. Addressing a rally at Himmatnagar in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, Patel said the verdict in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh showed that people were disenchanted with the BJP.

RSS won't interfere in BJP-led govt at Centre: Ram Madhav
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RSS won't interfere in BJP-led govt at Centre: Ram Madhav

"Sangh has not given any guidelines to the BJP after its historic victory in Lok Sabha polls, nor to Modi ji... RSS never keeps any remote control to perform any role in politics and government," RSS' national spokesperson Ram Madhav said.