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RNI No. PUNMUL/2009/29513, Chief Editor: Gurjeet Singh Azad, Email: info@punjabinfoline.com
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TMC only party that can fight against corruption: MP


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Kurukshetra, All India Trinamool Congress (north zone) and Rajya Sabha MP KD Singh on Sunday said that his political party was the only that would fight a war against corruption, nepotism, and regionalism, which was prevalent in Haryana politics. He said that all governments of the last four decades, irrespective of political party, have ruined Haryana. Addressing a largely-attended rally here, the TMC leader said that in Haryana there was resentment and disillusionment in every section of the society and unemployment among the youth was a major concern. He said that Punjabi community in the state had been marginalized and they did not have a meaningful representation in the state legislative assembly and bureaucracy. Singh promised that TMC would give 35% of assembly seats to the Punjabi community and that 27% seats would be allotted to the Backward Class. The youth will have a heavy representation in the state assembly, he added. It was unfortunate that Haryana had witnessed so many rape cases despite all the promises made by the government, he said and alleged that it was failure of governance that had resulted in violence against women. He declared that his party ...
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Govt. is confident to discuss any issue according to parliamentary rules: Congress


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New Delhi, With the opposition threatening to corner the UPA Government on a host of issues during upcoming winter session of Parliament, the Congress Party on Sunday said the government is ready to face any motion and discuss all issues according to parliamentary rules. Reacting to West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) president Mamata Banerjee's plan to bring a no-confidence motion against the government, Congress spokesperson Rashid Alvi said: "At least 50 MPs (Member of Parliament) are required to bring a no-confidence motion. If she wants, and it is very difficult without the support of communal forces. But, we are ready to face and discuss any motion." "We want the Parliament to function properly and according to parliamentary rules any member of the house or any political party may raise any issue and bring any motion, we are ready to discuss that," said Alvi. Asked about whether is there any possibility of early elections in backdrop of Samajwadi Party (SP)'s move to announce the first list of its candidates for the next general elections, Alvi reiterated that the government is going to function till the end of its tenure and elections will be ...
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FDI in retail: Mamata to protest at Jantar Mantar


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New Delhi, After parting ways with the UPA, Trinamool Congress leader and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee will for the first time lead a demonstration here on Monday against "anti-people" decisions of the Centre. "It is an unprecedented decision by Banerjee to hold a rally at Jantar Mantar in the national capital to press the Centre to review its decisions on FDI in retail, cap on subsidised LPG and diesel price hike," Trinamool Congress MP K D Singh said here on Sunday. He said the demonstration was part of the party's resolve to show solidarity with the 'aam admi' who has been hurt the most by such decisions. "Withdrawing from the UPA was the first step. A series of protests have been planned in the coming days till the decisions are withdrawn," he said. When asked whether Trinamool Congress would support a resolution in Parliament against FDI if it is brought by BJP, former railway minister Mukul Roy evaded a direct reply. "Who brings what is not the issue. The actual issue is the decision of the government which is anti-people...the then finance minister (Pranab Mukherjee) had assured Parliament that any decision on FDI will be taken after consulting ...
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Protesting to give voice to 'aam aadmi': Trinamool Congress


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New Delhi, The Trinamool Congress rally here Monday was not just a dharna but a "protest" and aimed at giving voice to the 'aam aadmi', the party said. "It is not a dharna, it is a protest rally. All our MPs will protest, but I have not brought anyone from Bengal," Mamata Banerjee, Trinamool supremo and West Bengal chief minister, said. Ahead of the protest against the recent economic reforms, party leader KD Singh said: "Sensex is not the index of people's happiness, those who are happy with the sensex going up want only money. Didi (Banerjee) is concerned about the 'aam aadmi', and this rally is to raise their voice." The protest by Trinamool leaders from across the country is against the recent government decisions to allow foreign investment in multi-brand retail, increase the price of diesel and put a cap of subsidized LPG. The Trinamool Congress parted ways with the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) after the decisions were taken. ...
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'Minority' UPA govt in a hurry to introduce FDI bypassing Parliament: Mukul


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Kolkata, Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy on Friday said the UPA government was in a hurry to introduce FDI in retail bypassing Parliament. Stating that TMC ministers would submit their resignations to the Prime Minister later in the day, he said, "This is a minority government and the act of bypassing the Parliament is most unethical." "According to our schedule we will go to the PM's house at 3pm for submitting our resignations and after that we will proceed to the Rashtrapatti Bhavan" for communicating through a letter the party's stand that all India TMC is withdrawing support from "this anti-people government," Roy said. Besides Roy, who is the railway minister, there are five union ministers of state belonging to the ...
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India notifies FDI policy reforms


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New Delhi, India on Thursday issued a formal notification over allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in single brand retail, multi brand retail, civil aviation, broadcasting sector and power exchanges. The move cemented the controversial economic reforms, which even though seen as critical for reviving the country’s flagging economy, has been met with a political backlash most significantly from the biggest ally of the government. Much of the country came to a partial halt on Thursday as a daylong nationwide strike called by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and other Left and non-Congress parties evoked mixed response while it crippled normal life in most non-Congress states. The nationwide strike, including a 12 hour shutdown by the Left in West Bengal, was called to protest the centre's FDI policy, LPG subsidy reduction and hike in diesel price. The Union Cabinet on Friday approved 51 percent FDI in single-brand product retail trading after amending certain conditions in the policy. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs also relaxed rules for FDI in the aviation sector, allowing international airlines to invest up ...
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Trinamool will not support BJP on PM


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New Delhi, Trinamool Congress has ruled out supporting the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in demanding the resignation of Prime Minister in the coal scam. According to media reports on Wednesday, the TMC, which is a somewhat disgruntled ally of the Congress in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) otherwise, has ruled out going with BJP and instead said they want a discussion in the house over the CAG report on coal scam. "There is no question of supporting the BJP," said a Trinamool Congress lawmaker. The Parliament witnessed another storm and adjournment on Wednesday as the opposition attempted to corner the government over the coal report of the CAG pointing finger at the loss-making coal block allocations when the portfolio was held by the Prime Minister. The BJP demanded nothing short of the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh over the coal scam. However, other opposition groups like the Left parties and some of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) partners like Janata Dal (United) are against stalling the parliament. The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were adjourned for the day on Tuesday as the opposition led by the BJP attacked the Prime ...
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Vice-President poll: Voting gets underway, Ansari looks set to win


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New Delhi, UPA nominee Hamid Ansari appears set to win a second term as voting in vice-presidential elections got underway on Tuesday. Hamid Ansari is pitted against NDA's Jaswant Singh in a direct contest for the post. Ansari has the support of UPA's allies, the Left and also other parties supporting the govt from outside. A total of 788 Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs are eligible to vote in the poll to elect the 14th Vice-President. UPA managers are confident that 75-year-old Ansari will get at least 500 votes. Congress has 204 members in Lok Sabha and 71 in Rajya Sabha. UPA constituents Trinamool Congress has 19 MPs in Lok Sabha and 9 in Rajya Sabha, DMK has 18 members in Lok Sabha and 7 in Rajya Sabha, NCP 9 in Lok Sabha and 7 in Rajya Sabha and RLD has 5 in Lok Sabha. National Conference has 3 in Lok Sabha and 2 in Rajya Sabha. Besides, SP with its 22 members in Lok Sabha and 9 in Rajya Sabha and BSP with its 21 in Lok Sabha and 15 in Rajya Sabha are backing Ansari who is also being backed by the entire Left block with 38 members in both Houses of Parliament. Unlike the presidential poll held last month, which had split NDA with JD-U and Shiv Sena ...
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