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Why is government mum on funding of saffron outfits, asks Congress
Abhishek Singhvi said: “The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation has nothing to add, nothing to fear because you (the government) have all the machinery and you can ask every question in every inquiry. Because, we are here as law-abiding persons to answer. But you need to be exposed fully…you don’t even ask these questions of many holy cows. Please ask us, please enquire all that you like, you are harassing each opposition segment individual or institution.”
RGF has nothing to fear, but ask same questions to your 'holy cows' too: Congress to Govt
The decision to hold a probe into these trusts was ...
Sanjay Dwivedi appointed Director General of IIMC
The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved Dwivedi's appointment as the DG, IIM...
Amid lockdown, RSS shakhas use technology to stay connected
Virtual gatherings are now being held on a regular basis and various technological applications are helping to smoothly run around 110 shakhas in this region. Also, a rise has been seen in the number of participants during the online meetings of shakhas as there is no need for volunteers to move anywhere.
'Boycott Chinese' sentiment reflects every Indian's anger: RSS general secretary Suresh Joshi
The Government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps, including Tiktok. In the last few days, it has also started reviewing the extent of Chinese investments in Indian infrastructure projects.
‘Chinese Connections’: BJP, Congress exchange barbs
Prasad questioned the donations from China made to RGF and asked if FCRA rules were followed and if the foundation informed the government and for what purpose they were utilised.
Not just Corona drug, Patanjali's other projects also faced govt scrutiny
Many of the proposals made by Patanjali’s founder have been rejected by the government.
Institutions need to be intellectually, morally strong: S Gurumurthy
Swaminathan Gurumurthy, who has been associated with the RSS, said on Thursday that Emergency was imposed in 1975 as the Congress had become the asset of "one family", and the country continues to face the threat of Emergency because of weakening of its institutions over the decades.
BJP reissues book on Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee's death and last days in J&K
The book that was first published in Bengali and English in 1953 went out of print in the subsequent years, and is now being brought back by Prabhat Prakashan, a publishing firm that has brought out many books on RSS leaders, hindutva and national issues.
India-China face-off: No Chinese soldier died in Galwan Valley clash, says Congress' Husain Dalwai
Congress leader Husain Dalwai on June 19 claimed that no one died from China’s side in the violent dispute in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley on Jun ...
RSS affiliates VHP, SJM give call to boycott Chinese goods
While the two organisations have been speaking out against China on the Covid-19 pandemic, they have become more vociferous after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash with Chinese forces at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh.
JP Nadda likely to retain most of his top office-bearers
After the national president, posts of general secretary are the most important ones. Currently, BJP has eight general secretaries including BL Santosh, who is in charge of the organisation.
Munch on it: GST ruling puts popcorn in 18% tax bracket
The AAR held that JJ’s Popcorn fitted the description of ‘Prepared foods obtained by the roasting of cereal’.
Will Pinarayi Vijayan’s handling of crises be enough to ensure a second term in office?
Kerala never returns incumbents. But Vijayan's rising stock could rewrite quite a few bits of history.
BJP, Sangh plan mega push for Atmanirbhar Bharat
In his address to the nation on May 11, PM Modi had called for an Atmanirbhar Bharat that would focus on economy, infrastructure, system, demography and demand. Apart from announcing a special economic package of Rs 20 lakh crore, he had said this was the time to become vocal for our “local” products and make them global, with a focus on land, labour, liquidity and laws.
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