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Modi running an over-centralised government: Chidambaram

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram today rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s veiled charge that Sonia Gandhi was an “unconstitutional authority” and instead accused the BJP and the government of “running to” RSS with a “pernicious” hidden agenda.

He attacked Modi saying he runs an “over-centralised” government and it will not go too far if it continues like this. In a dig at him, he said Modi has transformed from Chief Minister of Gujarat to Chief Minister of India.

Chidambaram, who held Finance and Home portfolios during the tenures of UPA government, dismissed criticism that Congress was adopting obstructionism in Parliament and said as Opposition its duty was to raise issues.

“They have not been able to point to a single instance, where Mrs. Sonia Gandhi took any government decision. She was the President of the party. As President of the party she is entitled to give the party’s view.

“Why do BJP leaders run to Jhandewalan and Nagpur? (RSS headquarters). You constantly hear four ministers meet at Jhandewalan, four ministers went to Nagpur,” he told PTI in an interview.

He was asked about the Prime Minister’s suggestion that Sonia Gandhi was an “unconstitutional” authority exercising “real” power over the PMO during the UPA rule.

Explaining Sonia Gandhi’s role during the UPA government, Chidambaram said that a party is entitled to give its view.

“Every decision of the UPA was taken either in the cabinet or cabinet committee. You can criticise the merit of the decision. But, how can one deny that the decision was taken by the cabinet or cabinet committee concerned?” he said. Continue Reading

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Passengers’ representatives slam railways

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The railway users’ consultative committees have slammed the ‘Rail Passenger and Customer Facilitation Fortnight’ being observed by all railway zones since Tuesday, saying it is not helping much in reducing the woes of passengers or improving services.

Divisional Railways Users Consultative Committee (DRUCC) member of Mumbai Division (Western Railway) Rajiv Singal alleged that railway was doing all exercise on papers only by giving different names. That is why the passengers’ plight has not lessened.

Another DRUCC member T N Dubey said even as the passenger facilitation initiatives were being discussed by rail officers, he was stranded as the LTT-Haridwar Superfast Express that he had to board was late by seven hours today. Continue Reading

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New road pjcts to drive TN to new growth trajectory:Minister

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Five new National Highways Authority of India road projects have been awarded to Tamil Nadu at an estimated cost of over Rs 2,000 crore and these projects would drive the state into a new growth trajectory, Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan has said.

The projects are expected to cover over 400 km, he said and sought the state government’s support in executing them.

The Union Minister of State for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, was speaking at a meeting organised by the NHAI to highlight the achievements of the one year rule of the central government here yesterday. Continue Reading

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Benchmark BSE Sensex gives up early gains, trips 27 pts

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

In a volatile market, the benchmark BSE Sensex washed out initial gains and was quoted lower by 27 points at 27,537.61 in the late morning session due to fresh selling pressure, mainly in healthcare and metal, on the back of fresh foreign capital outflows.

Stocks may remain volatile on Thursday in view of expiry of May contracts in the futures and options (F&O) segment today.

Foreign portfolio investors net sold shares worth Rs 934.98 crore on Wednesday, according to provisional data.

The Sensex resumed higher at 27,619.31 and firmed up to a high of 27,666.37 on initial buying on the back of overnight gains in the US market.

However, it slipped immediately to 27,525.15 before quoting at 27,537.61 at 1100 hours, a loss of 27.05 points, or 0.10 per cent, from its last close.

The 50-share Nifty also moved down 14 points, or 0.17 per cent, to 8,320.60 at 1100 hours.
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Tribals take out ‘Birhad Morcha’ demanding wage hike

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Thousands of villagers from the predominantly tribal Mokhada taluka in the district took out a ‘Birhad Morcha’ demanding increase in daily wages and employment under government schemes.
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Sena needles BJP over ‘U-turns’ on core issues

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

Needling BJP, ally Shiv Sena today mockingly said its stand on core issues, including Ram temple, after coming to power should “not be seen as U-turns” as Narendra Modi government is only taking a “practical approach” in current circumstances.

Sena, which has been taking pot-shots at BJP post their split and reunion, said BJP going back on its promise of Vidarbha, should also not be interpreted as another U-turn as “such promises are always made in election manifestos and speeches”.

It also voiced hope that it will take a similar approach on the issue of Jaitapur nuclear power, which Sena has opposed.

On completion of NDA Government’s one year in office on Tuesday, BJP Chief Amit Shah had said the BJP does not have the majority to implement its core issues like Ram Temple and Article 370.

“BJP had also promised to abrogate article 370 if it comes to power. But it later joined hands with the PDP to form government in Jammu and Kashmir. BJP was also firm on bringing Uniform Civil Code, but we do not think this will go far.

“These are not U-turns. Under current circumstances, (PM Narendra) Modi and Amit Shah have taken a practical view of things,” Sena said mocking BJP’s stand in an editorial in its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.

The party said BJP had spoken about building a Ram temple in Ayodhya during the election time but later Shah clarified that it is not possible to build a temple and that it will think about it when the party gets 370 MPs.

On Shah’s remarks on statehood for Vidarbha, it said the BJP chief’s statement “cannot be interpreted as U-turn”.

“Amit Shah has said we never assured that Vidarbha will be separated from Maharashtra. This has led people who were batting for the cause for commercial interests to chew up their words. States or regions can’t just be broken based on poll speeches and manifestos,” Sena, which is BJP’s oldest ally, said. Continue Reading

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Delhi govt moves HC on Centre’s notification on LG’s powers

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

The AAP government today moved the Delhi High Court challenging the Centre’s recent notification giving the Lieutenant Governor absolute powers in appointing bureaucrats in the national capital.

The petition was mentioned before a bench of justices B D Ahmed and Sanjeev Sachdeva, saying, “The Delhi government has decided to move against the Ministry of Home Affair’s (MHA’s) May 21 notification.”

“As per the notification, the LG would have jurisdiction over matters connected with services, public orders, police and land, and…services of bureaucrats…allowing him discretionary powers to seek the opinion of the CM,” it said.

The petition was mentioned by Delhi government standing counsel Raman Duggal a day after the Centre moved the Supreme Court challenging an order of the Delhi HC which termed as “suspect” MHA’s recent notification barring the city government’s Anti-corruption Branch (ACB) from acting against its officers in criminal offences. Continue Reading

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Jaya case: Chidambaram backs Acharya’s advise on appeal

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram today backed Karnataka Special Public Prosecutor B V Acharya’s advise to file an appeal against the acquittal of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.

“I believe that Public Prosecutor Acharya and the Advocate General of Karnataka have given strong written opinions that the judgement deserves to be appealed against. I have great respect for Mr. Acharya. I think he is right,” he told PTI.

His comments comes in the wake of Acharya and Advocate General Ravivarma Kumar advising the state government to file an appeal against the acquittal of Jayalalithaa, while the legal cell of ruling Congress in the state advising against filing an appeal.
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3 killed, 14 injured as under-construction church collapses

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

Three persons were killed and 14 others injured when the roof of an under-construction church building collapsed, police said.
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Odisha CM congratulates Jaya on assuming CM’s office

Posted on 28 May 2015 by admin

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has greeted his Tamil Nadu counterpart J Jayalalithaa on her assuming office for the fifth time.
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