Telugu Desam Party To Bring No-Confidence Motion Against The Modi Government

New Delhi:  The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has announced on Friday that it would bring a no-confidence motion against its former ally National Democratic Alliance government in the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament.

 “We will move a no-confidence motion against the Narendra Modi government in the monsoon session. Both BJP and YSRCP are conspiring against Chandrababu Naidu & TDP. They have betrayed the people of Andhra Pradesh”, said Lanka Dinakaran of the TDP.


SC Asks The Centre To Apprise It If Petrol And Diesel Vehicle Can Have An Equal Pricing

New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India has asked the Centre to apprise it as to whether petrol and diesel can have an equal pricing for four wheelers and private cars after the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) said pollution from diesel vehicles was a cause of concern.

A bench of justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta suggested that the government could contemplate fixing price of diesel and petrol on par for four wheelers, other than goods vehicles.


Jayant Sinha Dares Rahul Gandhi For Live Debate On The Issue Of Ramgarh Lynching

New Delhi:Union minister JayantSinhahas challenged Congress president Rahul Gandhi to a live debate on the issue, who is in the eye of a storm for garlanding Ramgarh lynching convicts.

Sinha, who took to Twitter to express his regret over the episode, said the Congress leader should join him in the debate in a civilised manner if the latter thought that his "personal conduct was disgusting".

"I invite Sh. @RahulGandhiji to a live debate," the Minister of State for Civil Aviation tweeted and attached a note with it, terming the Ramgarh incident of June 29, 2017 as "distressing" and "terrible". "Let him (Gandhi) not hide behind his social media handles and practice shoot-and-scoot politics. Our great Republic deserves no less," he said.


Following Hindu Pakistan Jibe Of Tharoor, Congress Asks Leaders To Exercise Restraint While Attacking BJP

New Delhi:The Congress has refused to take a clear stand on ShashiTharoor's remark that India would become a 'Hindu Pakistan' if the BJP comes back to power in 2019. The Congress merely advised its leaders to exercise restraint and choose words carefully before going after the saffron party.

Even other Congress leaders accuse the BJP of indulging in communal politics, but what is stopping the grand old party to openly coming out in support of Tharoor's remark is the use of 'Hindu Pakistan' phrase.


BJP Deputes Word Warriors From Centre To Poll-Bound States

New Delhi:For a better media management, the BharatiyaJanata Party (BJP) has decided to send its two spokespersons and one co-convener in the three election-bound states - Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Rajasthan. They have been entrusted with the responsibility of image building of the state government, showcase the work of the government and how the performance of the government at the centre will help the state as well.

The most aggressive national spokesperson SambitPatra has been given the responsibility of Rajasthan, suave GVL NarsimhaRao to be sent to Madhya Pradesh and co-convener of national media cell Sanjay Mayukh has been entrusted with the responsibility of Chhattisgarh. They will not only guide the state media cell but also interact with the state media when need be.