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  • PM Narendra Modi embarks on two-day visit to Nepal

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday left for Nepal from Palam international airport at New Delhi. He is scheduled to arrive in Nepal at around 10:15 am (IST), following which he will be visiting the Ram Janaki temple there. PM Modi is expected to be accompanied by the high-level officials from both India and Nepal.

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    Mumbai: Shiv Sena lauds Rahul Gandhi for being dignified while criticising PM Modi

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Thursday praised Congress president Rahul Gandhi for being dignified while attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speeches and said said he could pose a challenge to the BJP in 2019. The BJP should have welcomed Gandhi’s declaration of his prime ministerial ambitions, the NDA ally said, adding that it was against democracy to make fun of Gandhi over his remark. The BJP should have challenged him

  • Intense campaigning finally comes to end

    No doubt the BJP is on a strong turf from the point of view of campaigning. Besides Modi it has many star orators while Congress has only two prominent faces: Rahul Gandhi and Siddaramaiah himself. But significantly, these two have proved to be a match for Modi.

  • Piyush Goyal hits out at Rahul Gandhi over fundamental issues

    Bengaluru: Hours after Congress President Rahul Gandhi hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over fundamental issues, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday said that the former, along with the failed and corrupt Siddaramaiah-led government, have no answers on issues of Karnataka.

  • Karnataka Assembly Elections: Centre trying to fulfill Ambedkar’s dreams, says PM Modi

    Bengaluru: Reaching out to Dalits and other backward communities in poll-bound Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government was trying to fulfill B R Ambedkar’s dream of a powerful and prosperous nation.  Hitting out at the ruling Congress in Karnataka, he said  the party failed to confer the Bharat Ratna on Ambedkar when it was in power.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s wish

    Yet again the feathers of the ruling party — BJP and some Opposition parties were ruffled by the announcement by the Congress president Rahul Gandhi that he could be the Prime Minister after 2019 polls if Congress emerges as the largest party in the Lok Sabha elections next year. There is nothing wrong in dreaming about becoming the Prime Minister of India ,especially when the person dreaming about it is heading a

  • Rahul: More courage than common sense

    Rahul Gandhi, greying elegantly at 47, has undoubtedly outgrown his Peter Pan image. In the past six months, he has found his voice, a measure of poise and confidence enough to challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi head on. Throwing his hat into the ring for prime ministership in 2019, however, argues more courage than common sense.

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    Don’t ridicule Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Shiv Sena tells PM Modi

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Wednesday told Prime Minister Narendra Modi “not to ridicule” Congress President Rahul Gandhi who announced his name for the country’s top post if his party is voted to power in 2019. In a sharp reaction to Modi’s criticism of Gandhi and terming his statement “sheer arrogance”, the Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha member and spokesperson Sanjay Raut said that in a democracy the Congress chief had every right

  • Karnataka Assembly Elections: Time for Karnataka to say goodbye to Congress, says PM Modi

    Bengaluru: It was time for Karnataka to say goodbye to the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today at an election rally.  Launching a broadside against the state’s ruling party ahead of elections on May 12, the prime minister labelled the Congress a “deal party”. Congress culture, communalism, casteism, crime, corruption and contract system were the six Cs destroying Karnataka’s future, Modi added at the rally in Bangarpet near this state capital.

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    Forbes: PM Modi among 10 most powerful people in the world

    New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been ranked among the top 10 most powerful people in the world by Forbes in a list that has been topped for the first time ever by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who dethroned Russian President Vladimir Putin as the most influential person on the planet.

  • Sonia plunges into epic battle

    With Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi having joined battle against the BJP mascot Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Karnataka, the Congress-BJP war has touched epic proportions. Both bigwigs were in the same region on Tuesday, sharply attacking each other with no holds barred. Considering that Sonia Gandhi is in indifferent health and has desisted from electioneering for nearly two years, this visit to a region from which she was once elected to the

  • Foes turn friends while jockeying for power

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi had electrified the Gujarat electoral campaign in the last stages of the Assembly elections there and wrested the advantage over the Congress. Likewise, in Karnataka, which is heading for a prestigious battle on May 12, Modi’s fiery oratory and charisma seem poised to wipe out the purported lead that the Congress had gained.