A letter dated July 26, 2014, written by the India Bullion and Jewellers Association (IBJA) to the then Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan had accused the UPA government of deliberately yielding to cronies by changing the gold policy days before demitting office.
The anti terror squad (ATS) tried to frame both Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath and RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat in the Malegaon 2008 blasts case, an accused claimed.
The Malegaon blast case in which Lt Col Purohit was made an accused took several turns. On Monday in a major relief to Purohit, the Supreme Court granted him bail. He will walk out of jail today after spending nearly 9 years.
The ruling BJP on Monday said that Ram Nath Kovind will be their candidate for the next President of India. The opposition has clearly said that he will not be a consensus candidate. This would mean an election would be held on July 17 as the opposition gets ready to field its own candidate.
Nitish Kumar and Sharad Pawar are engaged in a silent battle. They have not spoken out against each other, but there is palpable tension among the two leaders who are eyeing for the post of coordinator of a UPA like coalition.
New Delhi, March 1: The Ishrat Jahan case needs a re-look in the wake of so many new revelations. Going by the statements that have been made in the past couple of days, it becomes clear that the UPA had tinkered with the files a great deal in a bid to make the encounter look fake. The Union Home Ministry has now decided to take a re-look at the case and has asked for files relating to the incident.
The BJP’s National Executive being held in Bengaluru has in its Foreign Policy Resolution said that during UPA rule it tended to weigh the nation down.
During this period New Delhi punched substantively below its weight in pushing through its foreign policy objectives, while often appeared side-lined in the international arena