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India, US can make this world a better place for all: PM Modi

The joined hands of India and the United States will make this world a better place for all, said PM Narendra Modi at India-US Business Summit on Monday

Land Acquisition Ordinance authoritarian step: CPI(M)

Terming the Land Acquisition Ordinance as an "authoritarian" step, CPI(M) Tuesday strongly opposed the move saying it surrenders the interests of peasants and land owners.

Modi bluffing, railways already heading for privatization: Congress

Terming as bluff Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s assertion that Indian Railways will not be privatized, the Congress Monday said it is already headed for it in view of the cabinet`s green signal to 100 percent FDI in railways.

PMK slams PM Modi govt for adopting ordinance route

BJP's Tamil Nadu ally PMK on Thursday flayed the Narendra Modi government at the Centre for adopting the ordinance route for increasing FDI cap in insurance sector, and charged that in the name of reforms NDA government was aiding big foreign and domestic firms.

India to have New York's Grand Central like top rail stations

 India by 2017 will have five or six top-class railway stations on the pattern of monumental Grand Central Terminal, New York, or famed Gare d'Austerlitz terminus in Paris, a top Railway Board official has said.

TMC calls Insurance Bill 'anti-people', says will oppose it

Terming the Insurance Bill as 'anti-people', the Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Tuesday said that the party will strongly oppose FDI in the insurance sector.

Congress hits back at Jaitley, says BJP disrupted Parliament when in Opposition

Hitting back Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for accusing it of being obstructionist in Parliament, Congress on Sunday said it exposes BJP's "hypocricy and double standards" as the party had frequently "derailed" legislative business while it was in Opposition.

Congress not decided on insurance bill

The Congress Monday declined to reveal its stand on a bill that seeks to increase the cap on FDI in insurance, saying it will decide after a parliamentary panel gives its report.

Trinamool Congress skips Government's all-party meeting

Lawmakers of the Trinamool Congress skipped the all-party meeting convened by Parliamentary Affairs Minister.

PM acknowledges Subramanian Swamy's letter

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has acknowledged receipt of a letter of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy seeking a CBI probe into the role of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the FDI approval for Swan-Etisalat deal.

Defence forces should cut dependence on imported wares: Pranab Mukherjee

 The defence forces should reduce dependence on imported equipment, President Pranab Mukherjee today said, noting that they should be equipped with modern weapons to counter complex security threats, including the scourge of international terrorism.

Railway employees federation threatens strike over 'privatisation'

Privatisation has "jeopardised" railways and "endangered" safety of passengers across the world, All India Railwaymens Federation on Tuesday claimed and threatened an indefinite strike if the Centre goes ahead with "plans of selling the sector".

PM Narendra Modi launches ‘Make in India' campaign

Launching his government's ambitious project to make India a manufacturing hub, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday promised effective and easy governance to help achieve high growth and creation of jobs.

Is Modi taking the credit for 'Make in India' project?- Part II

Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised effective and easy governance to help achieve high growth and creation of jobs by launching his government's ambitious project to make India a manufacturing hub.
Is Modi taking the credit for 'Make in India' project?

Is Modi taking the credit for 'Make in India' project?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised effective and easy governance to help achieve high growth and creation of jobs by launching his government's ambitious project to make India a manufacturing hub.
Is Modi taking the credit for 'Make in India' project?

Not 'acche din', but weeping times have come for India: Mamata Banerjee

Mocking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "acche din" slogan, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said "weeping time" has come for people as resources of the country are being sold to foreign powers in the name of FDI by the BJP-led government at the Centre.

Modi government believes in selling out nation: Mamata
Modi government believes in selling out nation: Mamata

 Accusing Narendra Modi government of trying to sell out the nation to foreign powers by allowing FDI in various sectors, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said any global economic downturn in future would have severe implications on the Indian economy.

Why go to Singapore when against FDI, Jaitley asks Mamata

Arun Jaitley questioned West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee`s recent Singapore visit to attract investment, noting that her Trinamool Congress had opposed FDI in defence on the ground that it was opposed to foreign funding.

Arun Jaitley questions Mamata`s Singapore trip

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday questioned the inconsistency between West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee`s opposition to FDI in defence and her trip to Singapore to seek foreign investment.

Modi govt selling `desi` dreams through foreign route: Sharad Yadav

JD(U) President Sharad Yadav on Saturday criticised the BJP-led NDA government for its move to invite foreign investment in a host of key sectors saying there was no difference between this and the previous Congress-led UPA government.