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India Never Accepted 'Queen' Not Answerable To Law, Says Arun Jaitley

In a sharp dig at Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said India has never accepted that the 'queen' is not answerable to the law and asked her and Rahul Gandhi to contest the issue in courts instead of disrupting Parliament

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Vox Pop: Are Gandhis Victim Of Political Vendetta?

Some people surveyed by BW Businessworld thought that the Gandhis were being targeted and others said that India should have a low threshold for corruption, irrespective of the people involved

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The Court Summoned You, Mr Gandhi, Not Parliament

To disrupt Parliament on an issue that involves no larger public interest goes against all democratic norms, and it cannot be justified on any count

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Disequilibrium | Don't Hold India To Ransom

To challenge a High Court summons with bravado and derring do is a huge judgmental error and to blame it as political vendetta on the BJP is nothing but science fiction. Unless the Congress and its sharp shooters prove this decisively, empirical evidence goes against it completely

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BW|TV Debate: Gandhis Summoned in National Herald Case

The Congress President Sonia Gandhi along with her son and party Vice President Rahul Gandhi have to appear in court on 19th December, 2015 in National Herald Case. The Congress is calling it political vendetta which the BJP is denying. Meanwhile, hopes for passage of the GST Bill is almost gone

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Arun Jaitley Rebuts Congress Charge Of Govt Vendetta In National Herald Case

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday (08 December) rejected Congress charge of political vendetta on the part of Modi government in the National Herald case saying it has nothing to do with it

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The Real 'Intolerance' Over #National Herald

Unless the Supreme Court intervenes and provides relief, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have no choice but to appear before the trial court as accused

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National Herald Case Threatens To Derail Not Only GST Bill But Also Remainder Of Winter Session

The government side and its managers, meanwhile, were at pains to stress that they had no role in the matter that fell in the domain on the judiciary

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National Herald Case Now Threatens To Derail GST Bill

Apart from the PM reaching out to the Congress president and former PM Dr Manmohan Singh, some informal parleys were also happening between parliamentary party leaders of the BJP and the Congress. Now with the supreme leaders of the Congress challenged by the judiciary, there’s no way that it will continue

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National Herald Case | Court Directs Sonia, Rahul To Appear On December 19

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, son Rahul Gandhi and others were on Tuesday directed to appear in person on December 19 by a Delhi court which allowed their plea seeking exemption from personal appearance for the day in the ‘National Herald’ case

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National Herald Case: Combative Congress Disrupts Parliament

Party president Sonia Gandhi invokes the legacy of the late prime minister Indira Gandhi in the wake of the National Herald case

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Sonia, Rahul & Robert Face The Law

A brief backgrounder on the charges against Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Robert Vadra and what could happen

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Delhi HC Refuses To Quash Summons To Sonia, Rahul Gandhi in National Herald Case

The High Court also declined to grant them exemption from personal appearance before trial court in the matter

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Modi Govt Only Interested In Managing Headlines On GST, Says Congress

Party spokesman Surjewala says the ball is in the government's court and 'they must spell out the exact architecture of the GST bill'

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The Ice Has Broken; GST Is A Possibility In Winter Session

The government will establish 'fresh contact' with the Congress once the party completes its internal discussion on the three issues of 'their concerns' on which they made their position clear

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