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PM eats 5 mushrooms a day, each costs Rs 80,000, claims Gujarat Cong OBC leader Alpesh Thakor
Gandhinagar, Dec 12 (Agencies): Taking a jibe at Narendra Modi, Gujarat Congress OBC leader, Alpesh Thakor, said on Tuesday that the Prime Minister was a 'dark person', but become 'fair' as he eats imported mushrooms worth Rs four lakh every day. Speaking at a rally in Gujarat, Thakor said, "Someone told me that what Modi ji eats, you can't eat because it's not poor people's food. So I asked what such food does he eat? He said he eats mushrooms. I asked what was wrong in that, mushrooms are widely available. He said that he doesn't like the ones we eat, the ones he eats are from Taiwan and the cost of one mushroom is Rs 80,000." He went on to say that "it's been going on ever since Modi was the CM of Gujarat" and added, "I saw his (PM Modi's) photo of 35 years ago, he was as dark as me...
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Condom ads 'indecent, inappropriate', to be aired on TV only between 10pm & 6am, Rules I&B Ministry
NEW DELHI, Dec 12 (Agencies): To prevent children from "indecent and inappropriate" content on the television, the Information and Broadcast Ministry on Monday issued an advisory barring condom advertisements before 10pm and after 6am. The ministry conveyed to the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) that such explicit content be slotted only for the late nigt hours and warned serious action against any channel found flouting the order. "Serious action in accordance with provisions in the cable television networks rules will be taken against such service providers." This comes after repeated complaints by the viewers alleging "indecency, especially for children", added the advisory. The government said its decision was based on rules stating that no advertisements which "endanger the s...
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Rahul is sixth Cong president from the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty
NEW DELHI, Dec 11 (Agencies): Rahul Gandhi, who was elevated to the post of Congress President on Monday, was the sixth from the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty. Rahul has been elected unopposed to the post and has taken over the party reins from his mother Sonia Gandhi, who was at the helm for 19 years. Of the 15 people who led the 132-year-old party post-independence, six people belonged to the Gandhi-Nehru dynasty. When Rahul takes over as the president on December 16, he will be the fifth Congress president post-independence and sixth pre-independence. The Nehru-Gandhi clan was at the helm of affairs of the party after independence for 38 years. Nehru for three years, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi for eight years each, and Sonia Gandhi for a record 19 years. The 47-year-old Gandhi will foll...
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47.28% voters' turnout recorded till 4 pm in phase 1
AHMEDABAD, Dec 9 (Agencies): Voting for the first phase of Gujarat Assembly elections, covering 89 constituencies of the Saurashtra and South Gujarat regions, began at 8 am on Saturday. A total of 977 candidates are in the fray and around 2.12 crore voters are expected to exercise their franchise. The ruling BJP, making a bid for a fifth term, and the Congress, attempting an electoral revival, are the main contenders. The second phase for the remaining 93 seats of the high-stakes election will be held on December 14. Gujarat has 182 assembly constituencies. The counting of votes will take place on December 18....
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Jaitley tears into 'myths' of Cong's poll plank in latest social media post
NEW DELHI, Dec 9 (Agencies): Even as Gujarat voted in the first phase of the 2107 Assembly elections, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tore into the Conrgess's campaign in the state. In a lengthy social media post, Jaitley critiqued what he called the 'myths' underlying the poll strategy of the grand old party. "The two important limbs of the Congress manifesto comprise of one - a constitutional impossibility - and the other - a fiscal impossibility. The Congress Party can well afford this risk since its victory is a political improbability," said Jaitley in his post targeting a number of the Congress's key poll planks in Gujarat. Jaitley dismissed the Congress campaign as disconnected from the ground realities, claiming the party had sidelined its own state level leadership. He sai...
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RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6%, reverse repo at 5.75%
MUMBAI, Dec 6 (Agencies): Deterred by inflationary concerns, the Reserve Bank on Wednesday kept the policy rate unchanged leaving little scope for banks to lower interest rates on housing and auto loans. It raised the inflation estimate to 4.3-4.7%, from the earlier projection of 4.2-4.6%, for the second half of the current financial year. However, it retained the growth forecast at 6.7% for 2017-18 even through the gross value added (GVA) in the second quarter rose to 6.3%. The 6-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), headed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel, in its 5th bi-monthly review in the current fiscal, kept repo rate unchanged at 6% and reverse repo at 5.75%. It said the reason for the decision was "achieving the medium-term target for consumer price index ...
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