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1. Lalit Modi row: Congress allegation on PM Modi | Raj Babbar's reaction

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Lalit Modi row: Congress allegation on PM Modi | Raj Babbar's reaction

Lalit Modi row: Congress allegation on PM Modi | Raj Babbar's reaction


2. Congress leader Raj Babbar slams PM Modi govt

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Congress leader Raj Babbar slams PM Modi govt

Congress leader Raj Babbar slams PM Modi govt


3. Raj Babbar tells What Rahul Gandhi will do if he becomes Prime Minister । वनइंडिया हिंदी

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Raj Babbar tells What Rahul Gandhi will do if he becomes Prime Minister । वनइंडिया हिंदी

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is constantly attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he is surrounded by PM Modi on all issues, including GST, demonetisation and unemployment. Raj Babbar, President of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee, has cleared Rahul Gandhi's stance on GST. प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी पर कांग्रेस उपाध्यक्ष राहुल गांधी लगातार हमलावर हैं, उन्होंने जीएसटी से लेकर नोटबंदी, बेरोजगारी सहित तमाम मुद्दों पर पीएम मोदी को घेरा है। उत्तर प्रदेएश कांग्रेस कमिटी के अध्यक्ष राज बब्बर ने जीएसटी पर राहुल गांधी का रुख साफ किया है।


4. Swaraj avoids questions on lalit Modi; Jaitley says allegations are baseless

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Swaraj avoids questions on lalit Modi; Jaitley says allegations are baseless

Swaraj avoids questions on lalit Modi; Jaitley says allegations are baseless. the Lalit Modi Sushma Swaraj's row is still hitting headlines as Bharatiya Janata ...


5. Lalit Modi row: Why is Prime Minister Modi quiet, asks Congress

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Lalit Modi row: Why is Prime Minister Modi quiet, asks Congress

Lalit Modi row: Why is Prime Minister Modi quiet, asks Congress. The Congress leaders asked why has not the PM said anything regarding the issue? It has also ...


6. Lalit row: Congress says, Chota Modi tries to save bada Modi

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Lalit row: Congress says, Chota Modi tries to save bada Modi

Lalit row: Congress says, Chota Modi tries to save bada Modi.


7. The Newshour Debate: Impropriety gets NDA burial

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The Newshour Debate: Impropriety gets NDA burial

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- C R Kesavan, Spokesperson, Congress; Neerja Chowdhury, Senior Journalist and R Rajagoplan, Senior Journalist -- discuss the issue -- propriety doesn't matter for BJP? Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on Sunday (June 14) at the centre of a major row over helping scam-tainted former IPL chief Lalit Modi to obtain British travel documents but found strong support from the government and the BJP which rejected opposition demands for her resignation over alleged "impropriety". The genesis of the controversy was disclosure of emails showing that she had spoken to Indian-origin British MP Keith Vaz and its High Commissioner here James Bevan favouring the grant of travel documents to Lalit Modi to go to Portugal, purportedly for his wife's cancer treatment in June last year. Modi, who is wanted in India, has made London his home since 2010 to avoid a probe for alleged foreign exchange regulation violations in the T20 cricket tournament held in South Africa in 2009. The previous UPA government had revoked his passport and had pressed for his extradition. According to British media which quoted leaked emails, Vaz cited Swaraj's name to put pressure on UK's top immigration official to grant British travel papers to Lalit Modi, who subsequently got the documents in less than 24 hours. Vaz also offered to help Swaraj's nephew Jyotirmay Kaushal to apply for a British law degree course, the report said. After the reports surfaced, 63-year-old Swaraj said in a series of tweets that she had taken a "humanitarian view" and conveyed to the British High Commissioner that they should examine Modi's request as per their rules and "if the British government chooses to give travel documents to Lalit Modi - that will not spoil our bilateral relations". Facing opposition attack, Swaraj said, "What benefit did I pass on to Lalit Modi - that he could sign consent papers for surgery of his wife s


8. The Newshour Debate: No action against Sushma

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The Newshour Debate: No action against Sushma

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Ashutosh, Leader, AAP; Dr Ajoy Kumar, Spokesperson, Congress; Sankarshan Thakur, Roving Editor, The Telegraph and Krishna Sagar Rao, Spokesperson, BJP -- discuss the issue -- going soft on Sushma? Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on Sunday (June 14) at the centre of a major row over helping scam-tainted former IPL chief Lalit Modi to obtain British travel documents but found strong support from the government and the BJP which rejected opposition demands for her resignation over alleged "impropriety". The genesis of the controversy was disclosure of emails showing that she had spoken to Indian-origin British MP Keith Vaz and its High Commissioner here James Bevan favouring the grant of travel documents to Lalit Modi to go to Portugal, purportedly for his wife's cancer treatment in June last year. Modi, who is wanted in India, has made London his home since 2010 to avoid a probe for alleged foreign exchange regulation violations in the T20 cricket tournament held in South Africa in 2009. The previous UPA government had revoked his passport and had pressed for his extradition. According to British media which quoted leaked emails, Vaz cited Swaraj's name to put pressure on UK's top immigration official to grant British travel papers to Lalit Modi, who subsequently got the documents in less than 24 hours. Vaz also offered to help Swaraj's nephew Jyotirmay Kaushal to apply for a British law degree course, the report said. After the reports surfaced, 63-year-old Swaraj said in a series of tweets that she had taken a "humanitarian view" and conveyed to the British High Commissioner that they should examine Modi's request as per their rules and "if the British government chooses to give travel documents to Lalit Modi - that will not spoil our bilateral relations". Facing opposition attack, Swaraj said, "What benefit did I pass on to Lalit Modi - that he could sign consent pa


9. The Newshour Debate: Govt won't sack Sushma

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The Newshour Debate: Govt won't sack Sushma

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Dr Sambit Patra, National Spokesperson, BJP; Tom Vadakkan, Spokesperson, Congress; Raghav Chadha, Spokesperson, AAP; Sankarshan Thakur, Roving Editor, The Telegraph; R Rajagoplan, Senior Journalist and Dr Ajay Alok, General Secy, JDU -- discuss the issue -- has Prime Minister Modi made a mistake? Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on Sunday (June 14) at the centre of a major row over helping scam-tainted former IPL chief Lalit Modi to obtain British travel documents but found strong support from the government and the BJP which rejected opposition demands for her resignation over alleged "impropriety". The genesis of the controversy was disclosure of emails showing that she had spoken to Indian-origin British MP Keith Vaz and its High Commissioner here James Bevan favouring the grant of travel documents to Lalit Modi to go to Portugal, purportedly for his wife's cancer treatment in June last year. Modi, who is wanted in India, has made London his home since 2010 to avoid a probe for alleged foreign exchange regulation violations in the T20 cricket tournament held in South Africa in 2009. The previous UPA government had revoked his passport and had pressed for his extradition. According to British media which quoted leaked emails, Vaz cited Swaraj's name to put pressure on UK's top immigration official to grant British travel papers to Lalit Modi, who subsequently got the documents in less than 24 hours. Vaz also offered to help Swaraj's nephew Jyotirmay Kaushal to apply for a British law degree course, the report said. After the reports surfaced, 63-year-old Swaraj said in a series of tweets that she had taken a "humanitarian view" and conveyed to the British High Commissioner that they should examine Modi's request as per their rules and "if the British government chooses to give travel documents to Lalit Modi - that will not spoil our bilateral relations". Facing oppo


10. The Newshour Debate: RSS threw its weight?

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The Newshour Debate: RSS threw its weight?

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Dr Sambit Patra, National Spokesperson, BJP; Raghav Chadha, Spokesperson, AAP; Khushboo, National Spokesperson, Congress and Hartosh Singh Bal, Political Editor, The Caravan -- discuss the issue -- BJP's double standards exposed? Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on Sunday (June 14) at the centre of a major row over helping scam-tainted former IPL chief Lalit Modi to obtain British travel documents but found strong support from the government and the BJP which rejected opposition demands for her resignation over alleged "impropriety". The genesis of the controversy was disclosure of emails showing that she had spoken to Indian-origin British MP Keith Vaz and its High Commissioner here James Bevan favouring the grant of travel documents to Lalit Modi to go to Portugal, purportedly for his wife's cancer treatment in June last year. Modi, who is wanted in India, has made London his home since 2010 to avoid a probe for alleged foreign exchange regulation violations in the T20 cricket tournament held in South Africa in 2009. The previous UPA government had revoked his passport and had pressed for his extradition. According to British media which quoted leaked emails, Vaz cited Swaraj's name to put pressure on UK's top immigration official to grant British travel papers to Lalit Modi, who subsequently got the documents in less than 24 hours. Vaz also offered to help Swaraj's nephew Jyotirmay Kaushal to apply for a British law degree course, the report said. After the reports surfaced, 63-year-old Swaraj said in a series of tweets that she had taken a "humanitarian view" and conveyed to the British High Commissioner that they should examine Modi's request as per their rules and "if the British government chooses to give travel documents to Lalit Modi - that will not spoil our bilateral relations". Facing opposition attack, Swaraj said, "What benefit did I pass on to Lalit Mod


11. Sushma Swaraj Statement in Parliament on Lalit Modi Issue | News 2015

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Sushma Swaraj Statement in Parliament on Lalit Modi Issue | News 2015

Sushma Swaraj Statement in Parliament on Lalit Modi Issue | News 2015 pressnewstv: first hand account of video news on Indian Politics, Election, Speeches, .\r\rSushma Swaraj Lok Sabhas Speech on Congress in Parliament, Sushma Swaraj speech on congress party, Sushma Swaraj Reply to All Seven Questions by .\r\rCentral Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the Opposition charge against her was completely baseless and false. I have never requested the British government .\r\rTV9 News: Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj Makes First Statement over Lalit Modi Row in the Rajya Sabha.., ▻ Subscribe to Tv9 Kannada: .


12. Lalit Modi row: Salman Khurshid refrains from denying allegations, asks what have I done?

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Lalit Modi row: Salman Khurshid refrains from denying allegations, asks what have I done?

Lalit Modi row: Salman Khurshid refrains from denying allegations, asks what have I done? For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: ...


13. 'Allegations against me are wrong'

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'Allegations against me are wrong'

Breaking her silence, Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday (August 3) said she had not made any request to the British government for issue of travel documents to controversial former IPL chief Lalit Modi and asserted that all allegations against her were "baseless and unfounded". Swaraj managed to speak a few sentences in the Rajya Sabha amid slogan-shouting by Congress members seeking fixing of accountability in the Lalitgate and Vyapam scam but could not complete her statement, as Deputy Chairman P J Kurien adjourned the House till 1200 hours amidst the din. Seizing on Kurien's statement that Prime Minister cannot respond unless a discussion as demanded by Anand Sharma (Cong) under Rule 267 by suspending the business is initiated, Leader of the House Arun Jaitley said Swaraj would make a statement to initiate the debate in the absence of unwillingness of the Congress leader to initiate it.


14. PM is embarrassed to come out as he doesn’t have an answer: Rahul Gandhi

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PM is embarrassed to come out as he doesn’t have an answer: Rahul Gandhi

In Lok Sabha both BJP and Congress were engaged in a verbal warfare. Where Sushma defended herself on Lalit Modi issue. In reply to Sushma's allegations, ...


15. “Government is ready to debate on all issues” says Venkaiah Naidu

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“Government is ready to debate on all issues” says Venkaiah Naidu

The NDA government on Monday made it clear that it will not succumb to pressure tactics by opposition and ruled out resignation of any minister as demanded by Congress for smooth functioning of Parliament. Reacting to Congress attack over Vyapam scam and Lalit Modi row, Naidu said, "There is no question of accepting ultimatum from anybody. Nobody can dictate to the govt." 41 leaders of 19 political parties participated in the meeting on the eve of monsoon session.


16. Big Debate: Is Congress on backfoot in the Lalit Modi row?

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Big Debate: Is Congress on backfoot in the Lalit Modi row?

Big Debate: Is Congress on back-foot in the Lalit Modi row? The debate is being moderated by Neha Pant. It has the following panelistsSambit Patra (BJP)CP ...


17. Sushma On Lalit Modi, Sonia On Naga Accord: Parliament Drama Intensifies

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Sushma On Lalit Modi, Sonia On Naga Accord: Parliament Drama Intensifies

Taking advantage of the absence of the Opposition External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj defended her role in the Lalit Modi row. Meanwhile Congress President Sonia Gandhi opened another front against the government slamming it over the Naga peace accord, accusing it of not taking chief ministers of northeastern states into confidence and said it showed its “arrogance”.


18. Suspension of MPs: Congress continues its protest at Gandhi statue in Parliament

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Suspension of MPs: Congress continues its protest at Gandhi statue in Parliament

http://www.pressbrief.in/ Congress, led by party President Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi continued its protest over the suspension of its MPs from Lok Sabha. “Sushma ji is famous for theatrics” said Sonia Gandhi referring to the statement by the Minister in the Lok Sabha on Lalit Modi row.


19. Lalit Modi row: congress party burned effigy of Sushma Swaraj | Yamuna Nagar

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Lalit Modi row: congress party burned effigy of Sushma Swaraj | Yamuna Nagar

Lalit Modi row: congress party burned effigy of Sushma Swaraj | Yamuna Nagar


20. बीएचयू विवाद: सपाइयों और पुलिस में झड़प, किए गए गिरफ्तार BHU dispute: A clash between the SP and the police, arrested

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बीएचयू विवाद:  सपाइयों और पुलिस में झड़प, किए गए गिरफ्तार BHU dispute: A clash between the SP and the police, arrested

Varanasi. On Saturday night, the police lathi charge case took place on Monday night in BHU and it began to become politically active. Uttar Pradesh State Congress President Raj Babbar arrived in the evening to support the students, they were stopped by the police in the Gilber Market and later taken into custody. Students sitting on dharna in Birla hostel were also arrested. Shops closed at BHU Main Gate in panic The Samajwadi Party also came to the university's gate and demonstrated power with Modi slogans of Murdabad.