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SC adjourns by 2 weeks hearing on plea against Congress manifesto for 2019 Lok Sabha polls

IndiaTimes Friday, 14 February 2020
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Randeep Surjewala slams CM ML Khattar over Ballabhgarh incident [Video]

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Congress leader Randeep Surjewala on October 27 slammed Haryana's Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar-led government over the 21-year-old college girl who was shot dead in broad daylight in Haryana's Ballabhgarh on Oct 26. He said, "45% crime against women increased in Haryana in 2 years. Haryana is number one in gang-rape. Khattar should feel ashamed as the girls are not safe in his state. Accused should be punished in 30 days." Mortal remains of the girl were handed over to her family in Faridabad. The two accused in the incident have been sent to two-day police custody.

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Congress president Sonia Gandhi spoke in Delhi on October 27 ahead of Bihar polls. Gandhi said, "There is quality, talent, strength and power of constructing in Bihar's hands. But unemployment, migration, inflation, starvation gave them tears and blisters." "Words that can't be said have to be said with tears. Governments can't be formed on the basis of fear and crime," she added.

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Current Bihar government has deviated from its path: Sonia Gandhi [Video]

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Congress president Sonia Gandhi spoke in Delhi on October 27 ahead of Bihar polls. Gandhi said, "High on power and its ego, current Bihar government has deviated from its path. Neither their saying nor doing is good." "Labourers are helpless, farmers are anxious and youth are disappointed. Public is with Congress Mahagathbandhan and it is the call of Bihar," she added.

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New Parliament building to be ready by Oct 2022; construction to begin this December

Construction of a new Parliament building will begin in December this year and is likely to be completed by October 2022, while necessary measures have been put..
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'Did you hear PM Modi say the word...': Rahul Gandhi's fresh salvo on Ladakh [Video]

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Indian National Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi intensified his attack on the Central government over the persisting tension with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. The Opposition leader was visiting his Lok Sabha constituency Wayanad in Kerala. He asked gathered reporters whether they had heard Prime Minister Narendra Modi mention China in his statements over the past couple of months. Gandhi said that forces of the neighbouring nation had occupied 1,200 sq km of Indian territory. Watch the full video for more.

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‘His opinion’: Kamal Nath after Rahul Gandhi calls ‘item’ remark ‘unfortunate’ [Video]

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Facing flak for his "item" jibe about Madhya Pradesh minister Imarti Devi, state Congress chief Kamal Nath has expressed regret and claimed that he did not say anything disrespectful. While Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said earlier in the day that he did not appreciate the kind of language Nath used, Nath maintained that he would not apologise. Nath claimed the word "item' is used in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies, but the BJP tried to "mislead" by making it an issue to divert people's attention as it is sensing defeat in the November 3 bypolls in Madhya Pradesh.

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Centre enhances poll expenditure limit by 10% ahead of Bihar elections

Ahead of the Bihar Assembly elections, the poll expenditure limit of candidates in Lok Sabha and Assembly elections has been increased by 10%.
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