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20 July, 2017 2:31 PM Presidential Election 2017: Cross-Voting In Presidential Poll Flashes Warning Signs For Opposition

Ram Nath Kovind's election as the next president of India was never in doubt but the large scale cross-voting in seven states throws up a big worry for the opposition, especially ahead of polls in Gujarat later this year. Many in the opposition voted for Mr Kovind rather than their own candidate Meira Kumar in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, West Bengal 29

20 July, 2017 1:39 AM Everyone knows who will win presidential election. All eyes on cross-voters

All political parties will keep a keen eye on the counting to trace any hints of whether anyone from their party went against their diktat during voting. Although counting of ballots for presidential election looks more like a formality now as it is common knowledge that with the backing of the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA), former Bihar 39

19 July, 2017 9:12 AM To Attack India, China Readies Nuclear Weapons In Pak: Mulayam Yadav

Ignoring the government's advice to address the border dispute with China with restraint, opposition leader Mulayam Singh Yadav said in parliament today that Beijing is ready to attack India in collaboration with its long-time ally, Pakistan. "India is today facing a big danger from China. I have been cautioning the central government for years. China 32

19 July, 2017 7:17 AM Live: 'Even a coolie earns more than a nurse in Kerala' Lok Sabha discusses plights of nurses

Rajya Sabha proceeds with regular business The third day of monsoon session of Parliament is expected to hold short duration discussion on agrarian crisis and the recent killing and violence in the name of cow protection. Lok Sabha was adjourned till 12 noon after Congress MPs wanted to debate issues suspending Question Hour. They continued with sloganeering 24

17 July, 2017 10:03 AM PM Modi walks to Opposition benches, greets Sonia

PM Modi, who came about five minutes before the house proceedings began, walked up to the Opposition benches and greeted leaders who were seated in the front row. NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday greeted Opposition members, including Congress President Sonia Gandhi, in the Lok Sabha before the start of proceedings at the beginning of Parliament's 46

17 July, 2017 1:16 AM Prez poll today, NDA's Kovind has clear edge

Parliament and State Assemblies will vote to choose India's next President on Monday with NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind — pitted against Opposition nominee Meira Kumar — appearing to have a clear edge in the race for the country's highest constitutional office. Counting of votes will take place in Delhi on Thursday. Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress 64

16 July, 2017 1:18 PM Modi asks state govts to come down hard on cow vigilantes

New Delhi, Jul 16 (PTI) Seeking to blunt the opposition attack over cow vigilantism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today sought to put the onus for checking such "hooliganism" on state governments, insisting that they take "stringent action" against them. The prime minister also sought the support of opposition parties in tackling "communal violence" 26

16 July, 2017 10:28 AM Violence in the name of cow can't be tolerated: PM Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked state governments to take strict action against cow vigilantes as he sought the support of opposition parties in tackling "communal violence" in the name of cow protection. At an all-party meeting a day before the Monsoon Session, he also cautioned against giving political or communal colour to the issue 23

15 July, 2017 5:30 AM Opposition backs Centre's stand on Doklam border dispute

NEW DELHI: The government and major opposition parties agreed on Friday on the need for India and China to pursue diplomatic options to resolve the Doklam standoff even as they backed the action of Indian troops in stalling a Chinese attempt to build a road through Bhutanese territory. Opposition leaders were supportive of the Indian position that China 34

15 July, 2017 2:41 AM After all-party meet on India-China face-off, Congress to raise issue in Parliament

After the all-party meet on the India-China border standoff, Congress has said that there is too much tension that should be lowered through diplomacy and that it will raise the issue in Parliament. Government has reached out to Opposition parties to apprise them of what is happening at the India-China-Bhutan tri-junction and the steps that the government 46