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Devesh Kumar

  • BJP rips apart security measures

    BJP rips apart security measures

    The Malegaon blasts, which left over 30 people dead and several others injured, gave the BJP yet another opportunity to hammer its point that the UPA government’s track-record on the internal security front was dismal, reports.

    Sonia skips Song, BJP sings treachery

    Sonia skips Song, BJP sings treachery

    Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s decision to stay away from a function organised by the Sewa Dal in New Delhi to mark the conclusion of centenary celebrations of the rendition of national song, Vande Mataram, gave the BJP another weapon to beat its principal political opponent.

    Secy panel slams new Saral form

    Secy panel slams new Saral form

    Taking cognisance of the widespread criticism of the finance ministry’s decision to introduce a complex, multi-page tax returns form to replace the single-page Saral, a committee of secretaries has criticised the new format and suggested some major changes.

    Creamy layer splits Moily panel

    Creamy layer splits Moily panel

    The pro-Arjun Singh lobby within the Veerappa Moily oversight committee has gone all out to resist any move to bring the issue onto the panel’s agenda.

    'Cash-for-query' MPs may get House entry

    'Cash-for-query' MPs may get House entry

    Parliament is, barring a last-minute hitch, all set to revoke the expulsion of the 11 MPs who were trapped in the ‘cash-for-questions’ sting operation over eight months ago.

    BJP gears up to grill Congress in Parliament

    BJP gears up to grill Congress in Parliament

    With the monsoon session of Parliament commencing here on Monday, the BJP has decided to adopt an aggressive mode in an attempt to corner the ruling combine.

    Backward areas fund raises fears of disparity

    Backward areas fund raises fears of disparity

    The Centre’s decision to pump in generous amount of funds for the development of a select group of districts has, ironically enough, raised fears of the widening of regional disparities across the country.

    GoM spikes PC’s plan to cut wages for NREGA

    GoM spikes PC’s plan to cut wages for NREGA

    Finance minister P Chidambaram’s proposal to force the states to pay a uniform minimum wage of Rs 60 for the NREGA beneficiaries was on Wednesday turned down by a ministerial group.

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