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India TV News Desk 20 Apr 2015, 21:39:40 PM IST
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Rahul Gandhi lashes out at Modi Governmnet, calls it ‘suit-boot ki sarkar'

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today lashed out at the Modi government and tried to corner the ruling party in the controversial and much talked about Land Bill in Lok Sabha.

While speaking in Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi said that it was the farmers who brought the 'Green Revolution in the country and said the government who promised and talked about 'acche din' has failed comprehensively.

President refuses to clear 10 state bills since Modi govt took over

President Pranab Mukherjee has refused assent to 10 pending state bills, most of them from non-BJP ruled states, since the NDA government came to power at the Centre.

He has so far given nod to 28 Bills pending with the states including the contentious Gujarat Lokayukta Bill. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was CM of Gujarat before taking over Manmohan Singh at South Block, was at loggerhead with Governor Kamla Beniwal over this Bill.

SC rejects plea against NGT's order to ban 15-yr-old vehicles

The Supreme Court today rejected a plea against an order of the National Green Tribunal banning all vehicles which are more than 15 years old from plying on Delhi roads.

“Let us assist them (NGT) and not discourage them,” a bench of Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra said while dismissing a plea filed by a lawyer seeking setting aside of the decision of the green panel.

Exclusive: Yasin Malik threatens govt. of dire consequences for arresting Separatist leaders

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman Yasin Malik, who was on 30 hour hunger strike against separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits, today said that people would again arm up if the leaders from the Valley are jailed.

Malik spoke to India TV reporter Abhishek Upadhyay in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of his hunger strike in Srinagar

Joint Pakistan-China think tank ‘RANDI' launched

The Islamabad office of Pakistan China Institute has announced a new Joint Pakistan-China Think Tank dedicated to research and development of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

According to a statement, the newly-formed think tank ‘Research and Development International (RANDI)' will have two co-chairpersons -- Madame Zhao Baige, vice chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress, and Senator Mushahid Hussain.