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How feasible is PM Modi's dream of a Digital India?-Part 3

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched the ambitious Digital India Campaign in the national capital with a view to empower the people of the country through the program.

Lalit Modi row demands more explanation from previous UPA govt: RSS mouthpiece

 With BJP under attack over Lalit Modi row, RSS mouthpiece "Organiser" on Saturday said the controversy over the former IPL boss' links with various politicians was not "sudden" and insisted that it demands more explanations from UPA government rather than the current dispensation.

Rajnath Singh defends Smriti Irani over fake degree allegations

With reference to Smriti Irani's fake degree allegations, Union Minister Rajnath Singh in a press conference said that resignations on such issues happen in the UPA government, not in ours.

Lalit Modi row: Swaraj, Raje won't resign; this is NDA, not UPA, says Rajnath Singh
Lalit Modi row: Swaraj, Raje won't resign; this is NDA, not UPA, says Rajnath Singh

Amid Opposition demands for the resignations of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, the government on Wednesday categorically stated that the duo won't be stepping down.

Congress-led UPA govt never approached Interpol to seek Lalit Modi's deportation: Reports
Congress-led UPA govt never approached Interpol to seek Lalit Modi's deportation: Reports

The Congress, which has launched a fierce attack against the Bharatiya Janata Party amid revelations relating to the Lalit Modi saga, now itself appears to be in the dock.

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OROP: Will consider taking help of opposition parties, say ex-servicemen

As their relay hunger strike over the 'One Rank One Pension' demand entered its fifth day on Friday, ex-servicemen said that they are considering taking help from opposition parties, especially in Bihar, to push their cause.

CBI registers preliminary enquiry against Himachal CM

 CBI on Thursday initiated an inquiry against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his family members for allegedly amassing wealth of Rs 6.1 crore disproportionate to the known sources of income while serving as Union Minister of Steel.

Lalit Modi committed offences during Congress rule, but no action was taken: Govt

Government Thursday sought to drag Congress into the controversy raging over some of its key leaders' questionable links with Lalit Modi, saying the former IPL boss committed all offences during the UPA rule but it took no action against him.

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Asking Swaraj's resignation 'not appropriate': NCP

Nationalist Congress Party, a key constituent of the UPA, on Monday differed with Congress in its demand of External Affairs Minister's resignation over allegations that she "aided" and "abetted" scam-tainted former IPL chief Lalit Modi, saying asking Sushma Swaraj to put in her papers was "not appropriate".

Modi more adept salesman, event manager, communicator than me: Manmohan Singh
Modi more adept salesman, event manager, communicator than me: Manmohan Singh

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a "more adept salesman, event manager and communicator than me", his predecessor Manmohan Singh said on Tuesday as Congress president Sonia Gandhi made a pitch for improved communication to shore up the party's fortunes.

Government to rope in interns to study RTI Act's implementation

The Centre has decided to involve people from the field of journalism and non-government organisations to analyse implementation of Right to Information (RTI) Act across the country, especially in remote areas.

New DPP will take some more time: Parrikar

Attributing the delay in bringing out the new Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) to the "mess" created by UPA, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today said his effort is to simplify the process and remove "atmosphere of suspicion".