June 21, 2024 06:37 (IST)
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Trinamool Congress leaders stage protest against BJP-led govt over Adani issue

New Delhi: The All India Trinamool Congress on Tuesday staged a protest against the BJP-led government at the Centre over the Adani Group issue.

Parliament: Opposition to continue its demand for JPC probe into Adani issue

New Delhi/UNI: Several opposition parties including Congress will continue to raise their demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) over the Adani Group issue in the ongoing Budget session of the Parliament.

Modi will 'try best' not to allow discussion over Adani: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Monday launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Adani Group issue and asserted that the latter will "try his best" to not allow a discussion over the same in the Parliament.

Parliament: Opposition parties meet over Adani issue

New Delhi/UNI: A meeting of opposition parties was held here on Monday to chalk out strategy on various issues, amid the ongoing Budget session of Parliament.

Congress targets Narendra Modi-led government's 'silence' over Adani issue

New Delhi: The Congress on Sunday launched a fresh attack at the Centre over Adani Group issue, alleging the PM Narendra Modi -led government has maintained a "loud silence" which smacks of collusion.

Parliament: Opposition to raise Adani, BBC documentary issues in Budget Session beginning today

New Delhi/IBNS: The opposition parties have demanded discussions on two burning issues- a report which has accused leading industrialist Gautam Adani of "brazen stock manipulation and accounting fraud scheme" and the ban on BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi- in the winter session of Parliament beginning on Tuesday.