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Saturday, 31 December 2016

Twinkle Khanna celebrates birthday with husband Akshay Kumar in Cape Town

Twinkle Khanna celebrates birthday with husband Akshay Kumar in Cape Town

Author Twinkle Khanna is vacationing in Cape Town for her birthday week and celebrated her big day with husband, actor Akshay Kumar, some wine, cheese and a delicious-looking cake in the African port city. Twinkle coincidentally shares her birthday with her superstar father Rajesh Khanna, and turned 43 on December 29. “I am lucky to share a birthday with my father – a bittersweet day,” Twinkle wrote on Instagram when she posted a collage of moments from her big day. Akshay Kumar also Instagrammed an adorable message for Twinkle: “Tina, never change,” wrote Akshay. Twinkle and Akshay both offered glimpses of the intimate birthday party on Thursday.


Dressed in yellow and white, Twinkle was chic as ever. Also, can you spot Twinkle and Akshay’s teenaged son Aarav in the group picture? Twinkle and Akshay’s daughter Nitara, who is always safe-guarded from the cameras, was tactfully left out of the pictures.
A heart-warming birthday wish citing Rajesh Khanna arrived from Twinkle on Thursday. Rajesh Khanna died of cancer in July 2012 and would have been 74 this year. “I still see you.. #happybirthdaytous,” wrote Twinkle.
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Bollywood Star Shahid Kapoor shares first image of daughter Misha


Mumbai, Dec 31 :  Actor Shahid Kapoor, who welcomed his daughter Misha with wife Mira Rajput earlier this year, on Saturday shared the first photograph of Misha via social media. Though Shahid didn’t show the face of his daughter, one
Actor Shahid Kapoor, who welcomed his daughter Misha with wife Mira Rajput earlier this year, on Saturday shared the first photograph of Misha via social media. Though Shahid didn’t show the face of his daughter, one
Actor Shahid Kapoor, who welcomed his daughter Misha with wife Mira Rajput earlier this year, on Saturday shared the first photograph of Misha via social media. Though Shahid didn’t show the face of his daughter, one
Actor Shahid Kapoor, who welcomed his daughter Misha with wife Mira Rajput earlier this year, on Saturday shared the first photograph of Misha via social media. Though Shahid didn’t show the face of his daughter, one
Actor Shahid Kapoor, who welcomed his daughter Misha with wife Mira Rajput earlier this year, on Saturday shared the first photograph of Misha via social media. Though Shahid didn’t show the face of his daughter, one



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Friday, 30 December 2016

Narendra Modi launches E-wallet ‘Bhim’ App

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a mobile app to make digital payments easier at Digi-Dhan Mela in Delhi. Highlights…
Government of India has launched a gift under which for the next 100 days, every day 15,000 people will win prizes through lucky draw.



These prizes will go to those who transact between 50,000 – 3 lakh online. This is so that poor people get the prize.
Today we also had a draw for the Digi Dhan Vyapar Yojana. This will happen once a week.
This is for those sellers who can encourage customers to buy products through digital mode
On Baba Saheb Ambedkar’s birth anniversary – April 14 – there will be a mega draw which will see prizes worth crores.
I want to thank people for embracing digital transactions.
But the most important thing we have done is launch a new app called BHIM.
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar was an economist. The RBI was born on principles he wrote in his thesis.
People can bank with their thumb.
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How to Stop Bananas From Spoiling: 5 Smart Tricks


You wake up in the morning and notice that a couple of three-day old  are still in perfect condition. Too good to be true, right? In real life, a banana being absolutely fine on the third day from purchasing it from a local vendor is almost impossible. My mother makes it a point to buy only a handful of bananas so that we consume them quickly without letting them turn black and mushy, which they are so prone to. Bananas are consumed on an every day basis in most households, but the only hassle is their durability. However, here is good news. There are some really smart tricks that can help you keep bananas from spoiling soon. But before we go on to revealing them, let’s first find out why do they spoil so easily? 

Why Do Bananas Turn Black So Easily?

According to Dr. Amal Ghosh, Clinical Tutor (Rtd) , N.R.S. Hospital, Kolkata, the cold temperature of the fridge encourages an enzyme called polyphony oxidase that is naturally found in banana to polymerise phenols in the banana skin into polyphenols . Polyphenols are similar to melanin, the pigment responsible for the colour of ou  These polyphenols therefore blacken the skin of the bananas.

Despite the colour, the cold temperature will keep the bananas firmer than those left at room temperature for the same amount of time. The enzymes that break the  nto   (which makes the banana soft and ripe) work better at room temperature. Or in colder months, you can find a shaded corner and store the bananas.
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Internet Generation

Today we are in the world of internet where everything and almost everyone is connected. Our every action is linked to the internet, or the network devices. We use them, misuse them, over use them and finally become addict. 

The good it has done but it also has done a lot bad. Here is a series of graphics which explains Internet Generations and society today.


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Thursday, 29 December 2016

Why Donald Trump Avoids Talking About His Daughter Tiffany



Get to know the president-elect of the U.S. with this gallery things you didn’t know about Donald Trump’s kids – and find out the shocking reason he avoids speaking about one of them…

A great family photo, right? But wait ’til you find out more about them… and the mystery about president-elect Trump’s lesser-known daughter and why he avoids talking about her…
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Rubbishes reports of engagement with Anushka Sharma


We are not getting engaged. If we were going to, we wouldn’t hide it, Virat Kohli, currently holidaying at a resort near Rishikesh, tweeted on Thursday.
“Since news channels can’t resist selling false rumours and keeping you confused, we are just ending the confusion,” Kohli said in another tweet.
There were reports that Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma might get engaged on January 1.
The couple had arrived in Uttarakhand on December 24 and had directly gone to the spa resort where they celebrated Christmas. They did not interact with fans many of whom had gathered at the airport as well as outside the spa resort choosing to post only a few pictures of their stay on social networking sites.
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After Kalmadi, Abhay Chautala now ready to step down as IOA lifetime president



 29 December, following in the footsteps of Suresh Kalmadi, Abhay Chautala who had also been bestowed with the post of lifetime president of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), declared that he is ready to relinquish his post, and "sacrifice" for the sake of Indian sports.
This comes after the controversy surrounding the appointment of Kalmadi and Chautala as joint lifetime presidents of the IOA. Chautala has, however, said that the International Olympic Committee must first take exception. It is the prerogative of the IOA to discuss the matter with the IOC.

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only 40 per cent machines have cash after 50 days of Demonetization !!

After 50 days of Demonetisation, only 40 per cent machines have cash


Fifty days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation policy, an acute shortage of currency persists at ATMs across the country with only 35-40 per cent of the 2.2 lakh machines dispensing cash, according to leading deployers.
 


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RBI said in response to queries from Bloomberg News under the Right to Information Act.


The Reserve Bank of India board approved the move to ban high denomination notes less than three hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the decision in a televised address to the nation.
Information on how many members favoured or opposed the move isnt on record, RBI said in response to queries from Bloomberg News under the Right to Information Act.
Power minister Piyush Goyal had told lawmakers on November 16, that it was the authoritys 10-member board that came up with the idea.
The decision to withdraw the legal tender character of the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes to the central government was taken at 5:30 pm on November 8, at a board meeting, RBI said in its responses.
The banks board consists of governor Patel, his three deputies R Gandhi, S S Mundra and N S Vishwanathan along with a host of eminent personalities, including the economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das.


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Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Govt Bans Rs 500 And Rs 1,000 Notes; Move Will Cure Realty Of Many Ailments In Long Term

Little did I know I would soon be soon cured of my illness as soon as the Prime Minister drops the demonetisation word, when I informed my office I was unwell and not coming to office on November 8. However, when a sudden volley of questions and conjectures from my friends on social media platforms, especially the ones with a slightly rebellious disposition, drew my attention, I knew something big had happened. A few scrolls on my Facebook and Twitter walls were enough to educate me that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced on national television that the currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denominations were going to be discontinued, a move aimed at unearthing black money. These would cease to be "legal tender" in just a few hours from the time of announcement and become just “worthless pieces of paper”.
In his rare unannounced address to the nation late-on Tuesday evening, the prime minister highlighted that the issue of corruption and the flow of black money into the economy were some of the most pressing issues facing the country. He expressed his intent to eliminate these issues, and explained that the demonetisation of these currency notes would go a long way in cracking down on black money.
While the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes became invalid for all market transaction from the stroke of midnight on November 8, you could still use the ones you already have at some specific outlets and institutions like railway, bus and air ticket counters. You would, in any case, have to get these exchanged with new notes or those of smaller denomination within 50 days (between November 10 and December 31).
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi may Address the Nation on New Year’s Eve


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to address the nation on New Year’s eve (December 31), as per sources.
According to initial reports, the Prime Ministe may address the nation around 7:30 pm on December 31.
Amid the current note ban drive in the country and at a time when the deadline to deposit old notes nears its end on December 30, it is speculated that the Prime Minister may announce important decisions related to his government’s demonetisation move.
Earlier on November 8, PM Modi in his address to the nation had announced the ban on two high value currency notes of Rs 500/1000 and replaced them with new Rs 500/2000 notes. The decision was made to crackdown on black money, Corruption, counterfiet currency and moving India towards digital economy.
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Reserve Bank Of India or Governor Urjit Patel should speak up or lose credibility

Central bankers are often called Masters of the Universe. No period in financial history has proven this more than the aftermath of the global financial crisis (GFC). It was the unorthodox methods of the central bankers — especially those of
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How to design and create the workplace of the future

To create a work environment that would fulfill employees’ needs, give the best support for their core jobs, engage existing employees, and attract new talent is a challenge. The solution is what many companies are currently trying to solve, as with it, comes improvements in productivity and performance, lower employee costs, and a better employee experience.
Engage by Design is a hot topic in the HR world. Deloitte highlighted “New organization: Different by design” as a main theme of their annual  While global forces like digitalization and innovation are reshaping the world around us, 92% of Deloitte’s survey recipients rated the need to redesign the organization as a critical priority.

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Give thanks to your customers and employees, every day

It’s that time of the year when we stop to thank customers for their business and employees for their contribution. But why not say Thank You every day?
First and foremost, without customers, a business can’t exist.

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Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent

Magnanimity of the project did not unnerve him and he worked relentlessly to quench the thirst of those, who like him, have often looked out of their windows and wondered "why there is a river in one place and not another" or "why rocks in one place look different from those elsewhere".
Lal had the advantage of growing up in the lap of nature. His childhood was spent swimming in ponds, following bird catchers and snake charmers, and the nights were spent lying on his back watching the stars.
His voyage, so far, has been documented in Indica: A Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent published by Penguin.
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She could've been the head girl of a small town school.

wrestling or tune into the incredible journey of hardship and sacrifice that built the Phogat sisters and others of their kind.
But there's one scene in the movie that left me arrested - as the crowds rose to leave, were two images just before the credits rolled, of two women, so unlike each other - Fatima Sana Shaikh (who played Geeta) and beside it, the real Geeta Phogat - dark skinned, muscular, angular features, undone eyebrows, unstyled hair held back by a plastic bow and a bright smile.
She could've been the head girl of a small town school. Not quintessentially beautiful or sexy. She was just an ordinary looking girl who had done something extraordinary.
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Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmavati’ Painter’s Death

Mumbai, Dec 27:  Film Studio Setting and Allied Mazdoor Union has demanded compensation for the family of a painter who died last week on the sets of “Padmavati”, directed by filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali here. Union General Secretary Gangeshwarlal Shrivastav
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BJP ordered online abuse of opponents

 
New Delhi,Dec27: According to the Guardian , Sadhavi Khosla, a  former Indian social media troll had alleged that the 2014 prime ministerial campaign of Narendra Modi used social media volunteers to push critical messages about public figures perceived to be



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Has Rahul Gandhi's political ineptness killed a joint Opposition campaign?

Opposition moment ever since the BJP came to power in 2014. The party has called for an ambitious joint press conference on 27 December to take forward the Opposition's attack on the Union government, over the demonetisation move. However, several key parties have indicated that they may skip the event, which will be an embarrassment for the Congress party.
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's trusted lieutenants Ahmed Patel and Ghulam Nabi Azad had reportedly spoken to leaders of JD(U), RJD, JD(S), NCP, Trinamool Congress, DMK, BSP, SP and the Left parties for the meet. But a large number of them have expressed reservations about attending, with some issuing a clear-cut refusal.
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury announced on 26 December that his party will not participate, citing absence of "proper consultation 


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Will you resign? Opposition asks for PM's scalp as 50-day deadline nears

Led by the Congress, eight opposition parties came together at New Delhi's Constitution Club and slammed demonetisation as a failure and a scam. Their message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi was - now that common man's problems have not ended even as his self-imposed 50-day deadline was drawing to an end - he should resign.


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CBI court gives Indrani Mukerjea to perform father’s last rites in Mumbai


Mumbai: A special CBI court on Thursday allowed Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, one-day bail to perform the last rites of her father in Mumbai.

Indrani will be escorted by police, the court directed, adding that she should restrain from talking to media during the visit.
CBI had opposed her visit to Assam to conduct rituals following the death of her father Upendra Kumar Bora on December 15.
In its reply to the court, CBI also annexed an e-mail written by Indrani’s son Mikhail to the agency saying that he doesn’t want her to visit Guwahati.
Mikhail, an important witness in the case, has said that his grandfather had been bed-ridden for the last one year and he had been looking after both his grandparents for the last three years without any financial and mental support from Indrani.
He has said that his grandparents had legally adopted him as their son and he has already commenced the rituals.
“Indrani has been accused of murdering my elder sister Sheena Bora and ruining my family. Therefore, it is my utmost plea that I don’t want Indrani to come to Guwahati and visit me as this will create chaos and unnecessary disturbance in my life due to media and other persons, and will hamper commencing post-death rituals of my grandfather,” Mikhail said in the mail to CBI.
In its reply to the court, the central agency has said that Indrani has filed the application in order to move out of jail and with the intention to influence prosecution witness as the trial is to commence shortly.
It has also said that safety and security of Indrani is required to be looked into with regard to the proposed journey to Guwahati. “There is always a possibility that she may escape from the custody,” CBI has said.
It has also said that Indrani’s mother Durga Rani died on October 1 last year, but Indrani mentioned in her plea that she died in November and this doesn’t reflect Indrani’s closeness with her parents.
Special public prosecutors Bharat Badami and Kavita Patil told the court that the funeral was already over and Mikhail has conducted the rituals.
“The Brahman bhojan (ritual) is kept on December 27, while priests can be called in jail and all the rituals can be performed in the prison itself,” Badami told the court.
However, Indrani’s lawyer requested the court that if not Guwahati, she must be allowed to do the rituals in Nashik, Haridwar or Mumbai itself.
“Indrani wants to mourn. When her mother passed away she was not told about it. She needs to observe mourning, perform Shradh and offer food to Brahmins,” her lawyer said.
The court is likely to pass order on her bail application tomorrow. The court is at present hearing arguments on framing of charges.
PTI

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Black money disclosures, A year of carrots and sticks

Black money disclosures, A year of carrots and sticks

The year 2016 can well be labelled as the domestic black money retrieval year that saw the government follow a carrot-and-stick policy, nudging hoarders to come clean on their own by paying a penalty before the Income Tax Department showed the stick.
The Income Declaration Scheme-2016 (IDS-2016) launched from June 1 for four months allowed people to declare their unaccounted income by paying a 45 per cent tax and assuring them of complete secrecy and no prosecution — before the demonetisation surprise was hurled.

Multiple comparisons were made of the IDS-2016 with the earlier Voluntary Income Disclosure Scheme (VIDS) brought during the time of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram in 1997 in which the effective rate of tax was in single digits.
In IDS, after final reconciliation, the actual declarations received and taken on record were Rs 67,382 crore made by 71,726 declarants. IDS-2016 is expected to fetch over Rs 30,000 crore in direct tax revenue to the government while the Voluntary Disclosure Scheme of 1997 resulted in disclosure of Rs 33,000 crore and collection of Rs 9,760 crore worth of taxes.
The IDS required the declarants to pay 25 per cent of the tax in the first tranche by November 30, another 25 per cent by March 31, 2017 and the remaining by September 30, 2017.
Interestingly, the government did not take into account two high-value disclosures made in IDS suspecting foul-play, which later saved it embarrassment as those payments never actually came.
The Rs 13,860 crore declaration by Ahmedabad-based Maheshkumar Champaklal Shah, and a Rs 200,000 crore declaration made by Abdul Razzaque Mohammed Sayed, resident of Mumbai, proved false. As expected, the two declarants did not make any payment by November 30, the last day to pay the first installment of the tax under IDS.
“The government did well in being cautious and not including those declarations in the IDS disclosures figures that were made public. Had the government included the same in the estimated tax collection and if they had not materialised, they would have cut a sorry figure. One may say that the government’s prudence paid off in this case. We believe that there would be investigations and appropriate punishments in these cases,” Vanvari said.
The intention of IDS clearly was to bring into the tax net unaccounted money and give an opportunity to tax evaders to come clean albeit with a higher tax and penalty. The message that the government probably wanted to give to the public at large was that it pays to be an honest taxpayer and that defaulters would be punished.
But whether the IDS was a success or not will be determined by what the government actually manages to garner against the expected Rs 30,000 crore. Official figures on collection of the first tranche of 25 per cent tax are still awaited. Some reports suggested that the amount declared could go way below the earlier estimate of Rs 67,382 crore as more declarations are likely to turn bogus.
Whatsoever, it does appear that the IDS could not make a big impact in unearthing black money and hence was followed by the demonetisation move and subsequent amendments to the Income tax Act to achieve the objective.
The amendments to the Income tax Act were brought after that to impose a 75 per cent tax on undisclosed wealth along with a penalty of 10 per cent taking the total outgo to 85 per cent.
The intent of this — effectively a new disclosure scheme — was obviously to penalise defaulters who did not come clean in spite of the opportunity provided by the earlier IDS Scheme by levying an 85 per cent tax (including penalty). However, the government chose to give them another chance to come out clean by introducing the Garib Kalyan Yojana Scheme, though at a higher cost.
“The government thought that the people have taken IDS lightly but demonetisation may make the tax evaders re-think about continuous evasion. In the wake of demonetisation the second chance to black money hoarders appears to have been given,” Pune-based chartered accountant and analyst Pritam Mahure told IANS.
The Garib Kalyan Yojana — which opened on December 17 and will close on March 31, 2017 — gives an opportunity to people to disclose their income and pay 50 per cent tax while locking in another 25 per cent of the declared income for four years.
Though many questioned the motive behind giving another chance to the black money hoarders, Vanvari said, “It’s a win-win since it is expected to shore up the tax collections which can be channelised into priority sectors and the declarant would also be left with legitimate funds in his hands.”
However, some analysts also felt that too many chances to the black money hoarders may demotivate the honest taxpayer.
“It was a good move of the government. However, regular temptation of such schemes should be at best avoided as it incentives the tax evader and demotivates the honest taxpayer,” Mahure said.

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They call him Khan. Dr Shah Rukh Khan


They call him Khan. Dr Shah Rukh Khan

Hyderabad, Dec 26: The name’s Khan. Dr Shah Rukh Khan.
The Bollywood superstar received an honorary doctorate at the sixth convocation of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (Manuu) in Hyderabad on Monday.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a Parivartan

— In all these years (60 years) not a single electricity pole had reached these villages. Now see what has happened. This is a government which is dedicated to the poor.
— My Army jawans were demanding OROP for the last 40 years, the party that ruled the country then never thought of their demands.
— Black money hoarders evading the law being caught every day.
— I salute my Army jawans. Rs. 6,600 crore have already been disbursed under OROP.
— In reality, the budget for OROP is over Rs. 10,000 crore. Why did they (Congress) betray the Jawans by allocating 500 crore for this.
— We were clear that from Day 1 that our Jawans must get their due.
— We said OROP will be a reality.
— You have made me a watchman and now people are not comfortable that I am doing my job.
— Black money has destroyed the country.
— People have a problem with me freeing the country of corruption.
–We had said the corrupt will be punished, and this is happening. This is a ‘Safai Abhiyaan’ and

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a Parivartan rally in Dehradun. Here are the highlights:
— Uttarakhand won’t wait for Vikas now.
— This is the land of the gods and deities, this is the land of the brave.
— You have overwhelmed me; I can see so many people and I am happy that women have joined this rally in large numbers.
— The inauguration of Char Dham project is a tribute to those who lost their lives during Uttarakhand flash floods.
— People of Uttarakhand do not wish wait any longer for development.
— Our country has seen government that have failed to give basic facilities to 125 crore people.
— Politicians from other parties should know by now that the people know everything, they know everything.
— I assure you that whenever you will come for Kedarnath, Badrinath yatra, you will remember this government.
— Hasty conception of schemes may be able to give short term political gains but the gains for people will be limited.
— Tourism is the biggest asset of Uttarakhand. If facilities are provided, then which family in the country would not want to come here?
— Char Dham project offers employment opportunities for the people of Uttarakhand.
— Even after years 70 of independence, 18,000 villages have not seen electricity.
— Wasn’t voted to light lamps, cut ribbons.
— My Government took the initiative and we decided to electrify villages within 1000 days.
— Over 12,000 villages have already been electrified.
— In all these years (60 years) not a single electricity pole had reached these villages. Now see what has happened. This is a government which is dedicated to the poor.
— My Army jawans were demanding OROP for the last 40 years, the party that ruled the country then never thought of their demands.
— Black money hoarders evading the law being caught every day.
— I salute my Army jawans. Rs. 6,600 crore have already been disbursed under OROP.
— In reality, the budget for OROP is over Rs. 10,000 crore. Why did they (Congress) betray the Jawans by allocating 500 crore for this.
— We were clear that from Day 1 that our Jawans must get their due.
— We said OROP will be a reality.
— You have made me a watchman and now people are not comfortable that I am doing my job.
— Black money has destroyed the country.
— People have a problem with me freeing the country of corruption.
–We had said the corrupt will be punished, and this is happening. This is a ‘Safai Abhiyaan’ and people of India have helped me
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Monday, 26 December 2016

Demonetisation is economic robbery: Rahul Gandhi in Almora

The Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday held a rally in Almora in Uttarakhand at the University campus ground.
Criticising the Modi government's move of scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denominations, Rahul Gandhi called the move 'economic robbery.' He said that more than 100 people have lost their lives ever since demonetisation.
"Banning of notes is an economic dacoity of the government. Modi ji has created a divide between one per cent super-rich and 99 per cent honest people of the country," said Gandhi while addressing a rally in Almora.
"Not a single black money holder has been arrested so far. This policy was not against black money. There are 50 families who had taken loans. The scheme was to waive off the loans worth Rs 8 lakh crore of these families," he added.
Reciting a couplet of Basheer Badr, Rahul launched a scathing attack at PM Modi and said, "Log toot jate hain ghar banane mein, tum taras nahin khate bastiyan jalane mein."

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Will not shy away from taking difficult decisions, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his government will continue taking difficult decisions for the benefit of the country during his address in Mumbai on Saturday.
He had reached Mumbai for the foundation-laying ceremony of the Shiv Smarak, a towering statue in the Arabian Sea in the memory of Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji.
PM Modi will inaugurate Mumbai and Pune projects as well.
Here are the key statements made BY Modi in his address.
# This is a time of slowdown in the global economy (but)... India is being seen as a bright spot with growth projected to be highest in the world.
# Demonetisation is short-term pain for long-term gain.
# Will not shy away from taking difficult decisions if they are in country's interest.
# Govt will continue to follow the sound and prudent economic policies. We will not take decisions for short-term political point scoring.

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Kejriwal alleges BJP's role in corruption charges on AAP's Goa CM

In yet another blame on Modi government, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of "victimising" AAP's Goa chief ministerial candidate Elvis Gomes on Monday.
"Elvis Gomes is known all over Goa for his honesty. (He is) being victimised by the BJP government," Kejriwal tweeted.
The comments came over the summon sent to Gomes by the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of the Goa Police for his alleged involvement in a housing scam on Friday.


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