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  • bjp left ready for debate but insist on jpc probe

    BJP, Left Ready For Debate, But Insist On JPC Probe

    Politics | November 20, 2010 17:34 IST

    New Delhi, Nov 20: BJP and Left today said they wanted a "civilised" debate in Parliament on corruption but would not give up their demand for a Joint Parliamentary Probe into the 2G spectrum allocation

  • left bjp rap govt in lok sabha for scams

    Left, BJP Rap Govt In Lok Sabha For Scams

    Politics | November 09, 2010 16:49 IST

    New Delhi, Nov 9 : The opposition in Lok Sabha today took the government to task over various scams including allocation of 2G spectrum, Commonwealth Games and Adarsh housing, and said the resignation of Maharashtra

  • bjp lauds obama s speech left says nothing tangible

    BJP Lauds Obama's Speech, Left Says Nothing Tangible

    India | November 08, 2010 22:38 IST

    New Delhi, Nov 8 (PTI) President Barack Obama's speech in Parliament was praised by the BJP and several other political parties but the Left said he had not offered anything tangible and asked the Government

  • left routed in kerala municipal polls congress surges ahead

    Left Routed In Kerala Municipal Polls, Congress Surges Ahead

    Politics | October 27, 2010 12:49 IST

    Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 27:  The ruling CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front in Kerala today suffered a major jolt with the opposition UDF wresting two city corporations and dominating the race in muncipalities for which counting was taken

  • bjp ljp left unite over dialogue in jk differ over afspa

    BJP, LJP, Left Unite Over Dialogue In JK, Differ Over AFSPA

    Politics | September 22, 2010 22:14 IST

    New Delhi: After their visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP, Left parties and LJP pushed for dialogue with the people of the state as a solution to resolve the vexed situation, but remained divided

  • cong left bjp amar singh denounce mulayam

    Cong, Left, BJP, Amar Singh Denounce Mulayam

    Politics | March 24, 2010 23:19 IST

    Samajwadi party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday drew flak from political parties and women's groups for his 'sexist' remark that if the Women's Reservation Bill is passed it will fill Parliament with the kind