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Bhushan said Delhi Govt has "Senselessly Chopping of School Syllabus" Challenged Swaraj Abhiyan can deliver if AAP can't.

NEW DELHI:  Swaraj Abhiyan leader Prashant Bhushan today accused the Delhi government of  “senselessly chopping off” school syllabus and said that the move was hurting the education standards in Delhi schools. 261 more words


Whistleblower Falciani's condition is just "protection" - While India needs Black Money back - FM Jaitly playing passing the buck. (Videos of PC of Falciani PB)

Assuring action on black money, government today said HSBC whistleblower Herve Falciani should share information “without pre-conditions”, a day after he expressed willingness to cooperate with probe agencies but stressed that he would need “protection”. 1,001 more words

Prashant Bhushan

New Delhi Swraj Abhiyan - Launches Movement for Siksha Swaraj - "Quality, Equal and Useful Education for All"

Swaraj Abhiyan

Press Note: 3 Nov


Swaraj Abhiyan organized a Youth Convention on education at Mavlankar Hall, Constitution Club in New Delhi today. 584 more words

Yogender Yadav.

Loot Continues under BJP Govt. Modi Cheated Nation with Promise to Bring Back Black Money.

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The nation was promised by the present PM of India in his election promises to the nation that his government will bring back billions of dollars black money from abroad. 1,620 more words

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Harve Falciani "Millions of Crores worth illicit funds flowing out of India". Modi Govt not interested to bring back Black Money - Prashant Bhuhan.

NEW DELHI: Claiming that “lot of information” on illicit funds is lying unused by the Indian authorities, HSBCwhistleblower Herve Falciani today said he is willing to “cooperate” with the investigative agencies in their… 1,003 more words

Yogender Yadav.

Swaraj Abhiyan leader Prashant Bhushan. In "Agenda of chaos and disorder" PM Modi can say bye to "Make In india Programme"

KOCHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi can say goodbye to his ‘Make in India’ programme if he proposes to unleash “agenda of chaos and disorder” in the country, Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan today said. 275 more words

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