Gujarat Congress raises red flag over two controversial state bills

Saturday, 03 October 2015 20:11 Written by
Twenty-eight MLAs and seven former MPs and other leaders of Congress from Gujarat have approached the President of India requesting him not to given assent and return as unsanctioned to the state government the two controversial bills – Gujarat Agricultural Land Ceiling (Amendment) Bill, 2015 (GALC) and Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Bill, 2015 (GCTOC).
Bubbles are all over the place’: Ron Paul speaks to RT on US economy & presidential race
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:58 Written by
Paul told RT’s Ameera David that billionaire presidential hopeful Trump, who earlier vowed to build a massive border wall and end birthright citizenship for babies born to undocumented immigrants, is nothing but an authoritarian. “He is an authoritarian and he brags about it: ‘I'm the boss, I tell people what to do.
Gun control measures unlikely to gain steam in Congress
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:51 Written by
President Obama’s Thursday remarks reacting to the deaths of nine victims at the hands of an gunman in Oregon were notable for their emotion, perhaps, but not for their content. “We’re going to have to change our laws,” he said, addressing a mass shooting for the 11th time as president.
House leadership race intensifies as Chaffetz, McCarthy count every vote
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:43 Written by
If you want to know how well a member of the congressional leadership is fairing, check their fingernails. Inspect the cuticles. Peer at the epidermis. Any hangnails? Are they in need of a manicure? Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss, knows a lot about the rigors of serving in congressional leadership. And political palmistry. “I kept noticing, I kept getting these ridges on my fingernails,” said Lott during a visit to the Capitol this…
STUNNING DETAIL New NASA images show Pluto’s moon Charon
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:43 Written by
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has sent incredible images of Pluto’s largest moon Charon back to Earth. The latest images reveal the moon’s complex and violent history, according to NASA. “Many New Horizons scientists expected Charon to be a monotonous, crater-battered world; instead, they’re finding a landscape covered with mountains, canyons, landslides, surface-color variations and more,” explained the space agency, in a statement. Related: Supermoon lunar eclipse in pictures The high-resolution images, which were taken on…
Some Hillary Clinton donors join movement to draft Joe Biden
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:41 Written by
Some Hillary Clinton donors are defecting to Joe Biden, resisting entreaties from the Democratic front-runner’s campaign to stand by her despite slipping poll numbers. A few of the fundraisers have gone public with their presidential preference. Others have quietly decamped and signaled their intentions to the Draft Biden 2016 super PAC that is working to prod the vice president into the race for the White House.
ISIS jihadis OBLITERATED: Putin jets blast terrorist HQ in Syria with bunker-buster bombs
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:16 Written by
Confirming the successful raids, Andrei Kartapolov from the Russian army General Staff, said: We will not only continue strikes... We will also increase their intensity." And Russian Defence Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said: "Over the past 24 hours, Sukhoi Su-34 and Su-24M fighter jets have performed 20 sorties and hit nine Islamic State installations.
Hillary mocks Carson, Cruz over LGBT positions she previously held
Saturday, 03 October 2015 19:09 Written by
posted at 7:01 pm on October 3, 2015 by Jazz Shaw Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES In yet another example of why Hillary Clinton probably should hire some new staffers, we stop by a speech that she gave in Washington, D.C.
Donald ​Trump takes on gun control, mass shootings
Saturday, 03 October 2015 18:48 Written by
FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- As the seemingly endless debate on gun control rages in the country in the wake of yet another mass shooting, GOP front-runner Donald Trump took the stage in Franklin, Tennessee, on Saturday and made his thoughts clear in front of a raucous crowd. Trump said he was a staunch advocate of the Second Amendment and that any gun legislation that emerges as a result of mass shootings in the U.S. should be…
Top teachers union backs Clinton
Saturday, 03 October 2015 18:43 Written by
Story highlightsThe National Education Association is the largest labor union in the U.S. The American Federation of Teachers also endorsed Clinton over the summer Washington (CNN)The nation's largest teachers union is backing Hillary Clinton for president. The National Education Association, which has 3 million members, announced its support Saturday for the former secretary of state. Clinton accepted the endorsement in person after speaking earlier in the day to the Human Rights Campaign in Washington.
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