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Sonia Gandhi appreciates Gadkari's performance

New Delhi, Feb 7: UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Thursday led the Congress in Lok Sabha in appreciating Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari for the "wonderful" work he has been doing in improving the country's infrastructure.

During the Question Hour, the House took up two questions related to Gadkari's ministry in which he gave a detailed description...

Ram, 'Gau Mata' basis of Hindu culture: Bhagwat

Dehradun, Feb 7: Describing Ram and 'Gau Mata' as the "basis of the Hindu culture", RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday said every Indian "must feel" that the Ram temple in Ayodhya should be built at its original place.

"We revere Ram. Gau mata and Ram form the basis of the Hindu culture. Every Indian must feel...

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Robert Vadra leaves ED office after five-and-a-half hours of questioning; grilling to continue on today

New Delhi, Feb 7: Robert Vadra leaves Enforcement Directorate (ED) office after being questioned for over five hours in connection with a money-laundering probe into alleged possession of illegal foreign assets, days after his wife Priyanka Gandhi was formally inducted into the Congress party. Vadra's questioning to continue tomorrow at 10:30 am.

In a move seen as sending a...

Whatsapp says Indian political parties abuse its service, warns of ban against misuse

New Delhi, Feb 7: Popular messaging app WhatsApp said on Wednesday that there are instances of the platform being abused by political parties and it has been engaging with them to emphasise that the misuse will lead to banning of such accounts.

"We have seen a number of parties attempt to use Whatsapp in a way that...

Fresh trouble for BJP in Goa as ally GFP talks about 'working on Plan B for political stability'

Panaji, Feb 6: In a fresh trouble for the Manohar Parrikar-led coalition government in Goa, its ally Goa Forward Party (GFP) on Wednesday said that they are committed to ensure political stability in the state and are working on a 'Plan B' to achieve this.

Talking to PTI, GFP President and Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai said that...

'Women who entered Sabarimala resolve to do it again'

New Delhi, Feb 6: Two Kerala women -- Bindu and Kanakadurga -- who are facing social boycott and exclusion for entering the Sabarimala shrine, told the Supreme Court on Wednesday about their resolve to enter the temple again on its opening on February 12.

"They are facing social exclusion as well as social boycott for just entering...

PAN-Aadhaar linking mandatory for filing IT return: SC

New Delhi, Feb 6: The Supreme Court has said that linkage of PAN with Aadhaar is mandatory for filing of Income Tax returns.

A bench comprising Justices A K Sikri and S Abdul Nazeer said the top court has already decided the matter and upheld the section 139AA of the Income Tax Act.

The court's...

I stand by my family: Priyanka Gandhi

New Delhi, Feb 6: "I stand by my family," said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra at the Congress headquarters where she came to take charge as the party general secretary.

Her remarks came in response to a query about her husband being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money laundering case relating to alleged possession of illegal foreign...

Modi is 'jumla raja', his rule 'chaupat raj': Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi, Feb 6: Hitting out at the government on the issue of unemployment and farmer distress, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi " jumla raja" (king of rhetoric) and his rule "chaupat raj" (regime of ruin).

Using Twitter to take a swipe at the prime minister, he tagged a media report...

Shiv Sena slams those behind Elgar Parishad meet, equates them with Al Qaeda

Mumbai, Feb 6: The Shiv Sena on February 6 backed police action against activist and academician Anand Teltumbde, and sought to draw a parallel between those linked to the Elgar Parishad conclave held in Pune and terror outfit Al-Qaeda.

It said constant attacks on police, administration and law, raising doubts over the state government and demoralising people...