The Supreme Court has said that the government should look into "pros and cons" before laying down any policy like `uninterrupted electricity supply` as failure to act according to promises would be "unfair and immoral" on its part.
Kerala Rural Development and Registration Minister KC Joseph on Thursday alleged that the previous LDF government failed to maintain a good relationship with the Centre, resulting in failure to get its sanction for many projects.
Karnataka Chief Minister B S
Yeddyurappa on Tuesday blamed Centre for the rising prices of
essential commodities, including onion and said he would
convene a meeting for discussing steps to check the hike.
Gujarat on Wednesday came out
with twin industrial development land policies providing for
compensation at prices 20-30 per cent higher than market rates
and allocation of alternate plots to project-affected people.
US President Barack Obama`s
remarks on Iran and Myanmar in his address to Parliament
reflected the views of his country and they do not have a
bearing on India`s policies, government said on Wednesday.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked Myanmar`s military rulers to end their
repressive policies and begin an all inclusive dialogue with
pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi who was released from
Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday said the government would continue its public welfare policies as per the manifesto of the SAD-BJP combine despite "mischievous tirade" against pro-poor subsidies.
Charging that India was following a neoliberal agenda, CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury Friday said the economic policies in the country have created deep class divisions and could seriously threaten its existence.
Noted environmentalist R K
Pachauri on Monday advocated the need to focus on "natural debt"
instead of financial aspects while forming national and fiscal
policies in view of the fast depleting natural resources.