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Parties unite to slam retail FDI

The confrontation between the UPA and Opposition appears to further intensify as the government’s move to allow FDI in multi-brand retail was slammed by the BJP, Left and the Samajwadi Party.

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No scope for snap polls: Prakash Karat


CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat has said he does not foresee a midterm poll in the country despite the poor performance of the Congress in the recent assembly elections in various states, and i

All-party meet on J&K today

New Delhi, Sept. 14: A consensus appears to be slowly building up against the continuance of Mr Omar Abdullah, as the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, a day before a crucial all-party meeting is held

UPA blinks first on nuke intent

New Delhi, Aug. 23: With the BJP and Left parties refusing to support the amended Nuclear Liability Bill, the government was forced to relent on Monday and is now willing to make “reasonable modificat

House adjourns over N-Bill

New Delhi, Aug. 18: The controversial Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill roiled the political firmament once again with both Houses of Parliament facing repeated adjournments on Wednesday and the

N-liability cap to be raised

New Delhi, July 13: The government is planning to make sweeping changes to the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, including substantively raising the compensation amount as also reframing it so

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