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  • Association with IIM will help UP become $1 trillion economy: UP CM Adityanath

    Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath said by joining hands with IIM-Lucknow, the state government will deliver good governance and achieve the goal of becoming a USD 1 trillion economy. Through this programme, we will be able to deliver development and good governance to people of the state, he added.

  • Priyanka Gandhi tears into Gangwar for insulting North Indians

    "Mantriji, your government is in power since last more than 5 years. Jobs were not produced. Even the jobs that existed are vanishing due to the economic slowdown brought by the government. Youth are looking towards the government with the hope that it will do some good. You want to escape by insulting north Indians. This will not work," tweeted Priyanka Gandhi.

  • Building of Ayodhya temple to start after November: Subramanium Swamy

    Senior BJP leader Subramanium Swamy has claimed that the construction of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya will commence by November. "The temple which is at the spot of Lord Ram's birth cannot be removed," he said. Swamy further said that the right to worship is a fundamental right and cannot be taken away by anyone.

  • Priyanka Gandhi hits back at Gangwar over 'job jibe'

    "You have govt for 5 years, you could not generate employment, those jobs who were left has vanished because of slow down you have brought. You cannot insult North Indians and getaway. This will not work," Priyanka Gandhi said. Earlier, Gangwar has said that there were enough jobs in the country, but the employment seekers were not qualified.

  • People well-versed in macroeconomics can only revive economy: Subramanian Swamy

    He is of the opinion that the “government today needs a crisis management team of experienced politicians and professional but politically-savvy economists who are rooted in Indian ethos and not compliant to institutions like the IMF and the World Bank”. Swamy has come out with a book in which he takes a critical look at various aspects of the Indian economy, both past and present.

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