Daily Archive: February 5, 2017

Rahul Gandh, Akhilesh Yadav attack Modi; ‘Those who do scam sees scam everywhere’

Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘SCAM’ remark, Rahul Gandhi on Sunday alleged that one who is involved in corrution, sees scam in everything. Addressing a joint rally in Kanpur, with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh, Rahul said, "Whenever Modi is nervous, he starts giving labels PPE, ABC, DEF, GHY. Now this SCAM.. A person, who is in the wrong, sees scam everywhere because this is his reality." Giving a new defintion to SCAM, Rahul said, "S infact stands for ‘service’, C for ‘courage’, A for ‘ability’ and M for ‘modesty’."

J&K: Boy dies, 5 injured in house collapse in Kishtwar

An 11-year-boy was today killed and five of his family members were injured when their house collapsed after a tree fell on it in a hamlet in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. Following continuous rains since last 24 hours, a big tree got uprooted and fell on the house of Noor Maie Hohli in Devi Gole village in Bunjwah tehsil of Kishtwar district, police said.

Sasikala Natarajan appointed Legislative Party leader of #AIADMK, set to become Tamil Nadu chief minister

In a big change of guard in Tamil Nadu government, Sasikala Natarajan was on Sunday elected as the Legislative Party leader of the AIADMK. She was unanimously elected by the AIADMK MLAs at a party meeting in Chennai. The roads are now clear for Sasikala, the general secretary of AIADMK, to replace O Panneerselvam as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. It was Panneerselvam who proposed the name of V K Sasikala as the leader of AIADMK legislature party leader.

Modi govt trying to end quotas: #Mayawati

Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Sunday accused the Modi government in Centre of trying to do away with reservation for Dalits. "The BJP-led government is trying to end the quotas for Dalits, it is trying to end reservation," Mayawati told an election rally. Hitting out at both BJP and Congress, Mayawati said, "The Dalits and tribals are treated as vote bank by these two parties."