UPA

The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is acoalition of center-left political parties in India, formed after the2004 General Election. The single largest party in the UPA is the Indian National Congress, whose president Sonia Gandhi is also the chairperson of the UPA. Subsequently the Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, and the Council of Minister sare drawn from members of the UPA.
Raj Raj
Raj Raj and 5 more commented on the discussion by Satish Singh
on Oct 23, 2014 , 09:37 pm
Satish Singh - Why BJP Govt. as talking in same language as UPA 2 in 2011 on Black Money?
BJP is now saying the same thing about the black money and reluctant to disclose the name of the culprits. BJP Govt. is bound with rules and talking to Swiss Banks and not getting any output. Why is this so? more »
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Sk Suja Uddin
Sk Suja Uddin and commented on the discussion by Rabin Chanda
on Oct 21, 2014 , 11:31 am
Rabin Chanda - GST Bill and Modi Govt.
We can expect that the long awaited GST Bill will be passed in this winter session for reformation.Please discuss. more »
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Rakesh Chamoli
Rakesh Chamoli commented on the blog by J.jyoti13
on Oct 20, 2014 , 02:09 pm
J.jyoti13 - Scam india
the biggest democracy of the world , suddenly become scam india . . . . . . .is this sudden change, or scams are ignored by people from long time . . . . now people are educated , this is the reason why 10 years UPA government are uprooted badly and choosen the most obvious ... the only option Modi .. . . . but is the scam is such a big . . . so if we know the scam and who involved then where is the money . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . more »
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Praful Datkhile
Praful Datkhile commented on the blog by Rk Ghosal
on Oct 19, 2014 , 12:17 pm
Rk Ghosal - Black money: Modi govt toes line of UPA; tells SC it can't disclose names
The Na Mo govt., which promised to bring black money stashed by Indians in foreign banks, Friday toed the line of UPA regime by informing Supreme Court that it can not disclose such details given by countries with which India has double taxation avoidance agreement (D T A A )In an application with annexures running into about 800 pages, the Centre contended that it cannot disclose all the information as the foreign countries, with which India has double taxation avoidance agreement, have more »
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