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Mamata Banerjee, after promising monthly stipends for women, faces ‘financial shortage’ in keeping her poll promise

West Bengal government might have to cut down on fund allocation to other Departments to keep Lakshmi Bhandar scheme afloat.

Facepalm: Congress’ latest poll promise of returning money to victims of PACL fraud is already being fulfilled under Modi govt

SEBI has already started receiving applications from PACL investors for refund of their money

BJP’s Sankalp Patra for Lok Sabha elections: What does it have for the middle class

BJP's election manifesto promises lower Income Tax rate, simplification of GST, Merchant Credit Card and many others for the middle class

Vision for a New India: Here are the 75 goals BJP seeks to achieve by 2022 in its manifesto

The BJP, in its manifesto, has accorded the vision of a New India by 2022 a very prominent place. It has listed 75 goals which the government will focus on achieving by the time the country celebrates its 75th anniversary of Independence.

Rahul Gandhi says NYAY will be funded by amount recovered from bank loan defaulters, which actually belong to depositors

Rahul Gandhi says that money for NYAY will come for 15 richest businesspeople of the country

Rahul Gandhi makes attractive promises for Startups, but Modi govt has already implemented them

The promises made by Rahul Gandhi for startups are already implemented under startup India and other initiatives of Modi government.

Within hours of announcement by Rahul Gandhi, Congress leaders give new definition of income guarantee scheme, make absurd claims

Rahul Gandhi had said that Congress party's minimum income guarantee scheme will be a top-up scheme, party leaders denies the claim

Rahul Gandhi’s Minimum Income Guarantee could kill all other subsidies and be the mother of all scams

Remember, India’s worst-case scenario is also the Dynasty’s best case scenario.

‘Despite being in power for two-third of the last 48 years, Congress has left behind a legacy of poverty’: Arun Jaitley

The announcement of a new subsidy scheme for poor by Rahul Gandhi is a testimony to the fact that Indiraji, her son and the decade of UPA governance was unable to remove the poverty, writes Arun Jaitley

Where is the money? Rahul Gandhi’s promise is going to cost a whopping Rs 3.60 lakh crore a year, 13% of union budget

Minimum Income Guarantee Scheme of Congress party ensures monthly income of Rs 12,000 for 20% of India's population

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