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Modi enjoys twice the security cover of his predecessor (100 days of ...
By Alok Singh, New Delhi, Aug 29 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi enjoys double the security cover of his predecessor Manmohan Singh in terms of commandos of the elite Special Protection Group (SPG) and vehicles in his cavalcade.
Manmohan wanted to contact Pakistani militants: Yasin
New Delhi, Aug 23 : JKLF leader Yasin Malik has said then Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh wanted him to contact militants in Pakistan.
Tamil National Alliance leaders meet Manmohan Singh
New Delhi, Aug 22 : A delegation of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) leaders met former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on Friday.
'Manmohan Singh sought a soft job, but Indira Gandhi did not agree'
New Delhi, Aug 20 : Manmohan Singh, who steered the UPA government for 10 years as prime minister, was looking for a 'soft' job in his 50s but was told by then prime minister Indira Gandhi to become the governor of the Reserve Bank of India as he was "too young to do a soft job", a new book by his ...
Manmohan Singh immune as PM, not as FM: US court
By Arun Kumar, Washington, Aug 20 : A US court here has ruled that former India prime minister Manmohan Singh had "head of state immunity" from claims that he supported violence against Sikhs, but it did not cover his tenure as finance minister.
Why was Manmohan silent over 1984 attack, asks advocate
New Delhi, Aug 10 : Senior advocate H.S. Phoolka Sunday questioned why former prime minister Manmohan Singh kept quiet about his house being attacked during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in the capital.
CIA penetrated every sphere of UPA: Natwar Singh
New Delhi, Aug 4 : Former external affairs minister Natwar Singh has alleged that the US exerted pressure on then prime minister Manmohan Singh in the choice of his ministers and also claimed that CIA agents had "penetrated deep into every sphere of decision and policy making of the UPA regime".
Sonia, Manmohan refute allegations by Natwar Singh
New Delhi, July 31 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi Thursday refuted former union minister Natwar Singh's allegation that she had access to government files, while also voicing her wish to write a book herself for "everyone to know the truth". She was backed by former prime minister Manmohan Singh ...
No files from PMO went to Sonia, says Manmohan
New Delhi, July 31 : Former prime minister Manmohan Singh Thursday denied that any files were sent from the Prime Minister's Office to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's office as claimed by former party leader Natwar Singh in his new book.
Attempts to build Rahul, destroy Manmohan finished UPA-II: Baru
Panaji, July 26 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi could have spelled doom for the UPA-II government by her attempts to "engineer" a transition of leadership from then prime minister Manmohan Singh to her son Rahul Gandhi, former media advisor to the PMO Sanjaya Baru said Saturday.
SC no to early hearing of PIL in judge extension row
New Delhi, July 24 : The Supreme Court Thursday declined to hold early hearing of a plea seeking a probe to ascertain the role of then prime minister Manmohan Singh and law minister H.R. Bhardwaj in not informing the president of all the facts including an adverse report about Justice S. Ashok ...
Corrupt judge charge: 'Manmohan Singh should clarify', says Venkaiah
New Delhi, July 23 : Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said that former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should clarify whether he acted under pressure or not on the allegations of "improper compromises" made by three former chief justices of India when the UPA was in power.
Katju allegations echo in Rajya Sabha
New Delhi, July 23 : The Rajya Sabha was disrupted Wednesday following an uproar by AIADMK members over Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju's allegations of corruption in the judiciary. Clarifications were also sought from former prime minister Manmohan Singh.
Speak on Katju allegations, AIADMK to Manmohan Singh
New Delhi, July 23 : The AIADMK Wednesday raised the issue of corruption in the judiciary in the Rajya Sabha and sought an explanation from former prime minister Manmohan Singh.
Manmohan Singh not answerable for appointment of judges: M Veerappa ...
New Delhi, July 22 : Senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily on Tuesday said that the Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is not answerable for the appointment of judges.
Manmohan Singh needs to answer judiciary corruption issue raised by ...
New Delhi, July 22 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and spokesperson Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday said former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh needed to issue a clarification on the issue of corruption in the judiciary raised by former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju.
Ex-law minister Bhardwaj has already spoken on Katju's allegation: ...
New Delhi, July 22 : Breaking his silence on former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju claims of corruption in the judiciary, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said that former law minister H.R. Bhardwaj has already spoken on the issue.
Did not keep PM in dark about 2G, Raja tells court
New Delhi, July 17 : Former communications minister A. Raja Thursday told a court hearing the 2G allocation case that he did not keep then prime minister Manmohan Singh in the dark about the decisions taken by DoT regarding allocation of 2G spectrum licences.
Budget lacks roadmaps: Manmohan Singh
New Delhi, July 10 : Former prime minister Manmohan Singh Thursday said the 2014-15 union budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley lacked roadmaps for achieving its objectives.
Manmohan Singh's village in Pak still down in dumps
Karachi, Jul 2 : Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's native village in Pakistan is still down in the dumps though Islamabad had announced plans to develop the sleepy place as a Model village nine years ago.
Apprised PM about spectrum allocation, Raja tells court
New Delhi, July 2 : Testifying as a defence witness in the 2G spectrum allocation case, former telecom minister A. Raja told a special court here Wednesday that after holding a meeting with then external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee and solicitor general G.E. Vahanvati, he "apprised" then ...
Manmohan Singh, cabinet were confused over DoT policy: Raja
New Delhi, July 1 : Former telecom minister A. Raja, defending himself in the 2G spectrum allocation case, Tuesday told a special court here that then prime minister Manmohan Singh and cabinet members were "completely under confusion" created by "vested interests" about the policy and procedure of ...
Even out of office, Manmohan Singh remains busy
By Anjali Ojha and Jaideep Sarin, New Delhi/Chandigarh, June 24 : Having occupied the country's most important executive post for a decade, Manmohan Singh was without doubt a busy man. A month after he stepped down following his party's election loss, the former prime minister is settling down to a ...
US asked to explain immunity to Manmohan Singh
Washington, June 24 : A US court has asked the US government to respond by July 10 to a Sikh group's challenge to "suggestion of immunity" to former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh in a human rights violation case.
Oommen Chandy most 'liked' Congress leader on Facebook
Thiruvananthapuram, June 19 : Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, with over half-a-million "likes" on his Facebook page, is now the most "liked" Congress leader on the social media platform pushing former India prime minister Manmohan Singh to second place.
U.S.-based rights group opposes Obama administration's "suggestion of ...
Washington, June 17 : Rights group "Sikhs for Justice" has challenged the suggestion of the United States to grant immunity to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a pending human rights violation law suit before a Washington Federal Court.
Mumbai girl gets Cambridge's Manmohan Singh scholarship
Mumbai, June 17 : City student Ritu Muralidharan has been awarded this year's University of Cambridge's "Manmohan Singh Undergraduate Scholarship", a statement said here Tuesday.
US Sikh group opposes immunity to Manmohan Singh
Washington, June 17 : US based rights group "Sikhs for Justice" has challenged US government's suggestion to a Washington court to grant immunity to former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh in a human rights violation case.
Manmohan, Sonia, new MPs listen raptly to president's address
New Delhi, June 9 : An air of expectation and anticipation pervaded the Central Hall of parliament as President Pranab Mukherjee listed out the policies of the new government in his speech to the joint session of both houses, with veteran members, including former prime minister Manmohan Singh, and ...
Spl category status to AP welcome but not enough: LSP
Hyderabad, Jun 3 : The Lok Satta Party (LSP) today expressed satisfaction over the Union Government and the Planning Commission fulfilling the solemn commitment made by former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh in Parliament on according special category status to residuary Andhra Pradesh following ...