The cat is now out of the bag .. Now the CBI investigation is bringing out the truth" CPI(M) central committee member Mohammed Salim told newsmen here Mamata Banerjee PTI "Now CBI should interrogate its supremo Mamata Banerjee as she is the head of the big TMC family So she being the head of the family she has to answer the questions "We want the truth to come out and the money siphoned off by the chit fund companies be returned We feel that CBI should look into the larger conspiracy as stated by Supreme Court and end the investigation fast as cheated investors are getting impatient" he said Mocking the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mamata Banerjee yesterday in Delhi he said it was a "desperate bid" by the West Bengal Chief Minister to scuttle CBI probe in Saradha scam as several TMC leaders and ministers have been arrested or questioned in the case He also raised questions about the sale of paintings to Saradha group chairman Sudipto Sen Salim however accepted that due to the dwindling organisational strength of CPI-M the movement expected in the wake of multi crore chit fund scam could not take place "Yes it is true that compared to our input in organising the movement against chit fund scam the output was not according to expectations" he said The party on the second day of its five-day 24th state conference accepted a draft resolution demanding that money be returned to the defrauded investors by selling the property of those who benefited from the Saradha chit fund scam It also demanded that the accounts of the defrauded money and the list of those who had benefited from the scam be made public The Trinamool Congress leadership has termed the CBI investigation into the Saradha scam as a political conspiracy to malign the party and accused the erstwhile CPI(M)-led Left regime for helping the chit fund scam thrive in Bengal PTI By: PTI | Published: September 15 2017 12:08 pm India continued to put more pressure on the home side in the fourth quarter as chances went wide (Source: File) Top News Defender Navdeep Kaur scored the solitary goal as the Indian women’s hockey team suffered a 1-3 loss to Ladies Den Bosch team in their third match of the Europe Tour in Den Bosch Goals from Ireen van den Assem (12th 45th) and Imke Hoek (57th) were enough for the hosts to register the win against the visitors as Navdeep (47th) was the lone player to be on target for India The match saw both the teams locking horns mostly in the midfield as the focus was on defence In the first quarter India started strongly as they retained possession for the first ten minutes but a counter attack from Ladies Den Bosch saw them earn a penalty stroke in the 12th minute which was well converted by Ireen van den Assem to give the hosts a 1-0 lead at the end of the first quarter The second quarter saw some more action as both sides created opportunities inside the opposition’s half Indian forward Lalremsiami came close to scoring in the 22nd minute only to be denied by Den Bosch’s goalkeeper In the same minute Indian goalkeeper Savita made a terrific save to keep the score down to 0-1 However Ladies Den Bosch showed why nine players from their team play for the national team as they added to their goal tally when Ireen van den Assem beat Savita again in the 45th minute to take a 2-0 lead at the end of second quarter India brought on goalkeeper Rajani Etimarpu in the third quarter to replace Savita and the former was forced into action straight away as she made a diving save in the 33rd minute The visitors stepped up their efforts to make a comeback into the match as Captain Rani’s shot was saved by the Dutch goalkeeper in the 36th minute while another good team effort went wide of the goal two minutes later India started the fourth quarter swiftly as a brilliant team move saw defender Navdeep Kaur score in the 47th minute to make it 2-1 The visitors earned a penalty corner in the 50th minute but it was met with a diving save from the Den Bosch custodian India continued to put more pressure on the home side in the fourth quarter as chances went wide In the 57th minute the Dutch side pounced on the opportunity to score as they converted a penalty corner through Imke Hoek to make it 3-1 and secure the victory India will play the Belgium Junior Men’s team in their fourth and final match of the Europe Tour on September 18 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: August 28 2017 1:26 am Top News Forward Nicolas de Preville continued his habit of scoring from distance with a spectacular strike securing Lille a 1-1 draw at Angers on Sunday De Preville is emerging as a talented goalscorer at the relatively advanced age of 26 He netted 14 league goals in 30 games last season and has two in four so far Collecting the ball some 25 meters (yards) out on the left he cut inside two defenders and launched a curling dipping strike into the right corner in the 68th minute It was his fifth league goal from outside the penalty area in 2017 _ more than any other player in Ligue 1 Midfielder Lassana Coulibaly headed Angers ahead in the 60th Both sides have four points from four games Later Sunday defending champion Monaco was looking for its fourth straight win when it faces unbeaten Marseille at Stade Louis II STILL GOING STRONG Veteran Jimmy Briand scored his second goal of the season as Guingamp won 2-0 at home against promoted Strasbourg The 32-year-old former France forward who scored his first top-flight goal playing for Rennes 13 years ago wrapped up the win in the 87th minute Midfielder Moustapha Diallo opened the scoring for ninth-placed Guingamp midway through the second half For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News"We have done no wrong. there is no need to be defensive" Sonia Gandhi said to a group of Congress MPs who met her soon after the BJP forced adjournment of parliament demanding the PM’s resignation over the CAG report 23 August 2012 "We have not done anything wrong there is no need to be defensive” Prime Minister Narendra Modi to party MPs after the conversion row in parliament 17 December 2014 Representational image PTI Welcome to the theatre of Indian politics where the characters keep changing but the drama and the dialogue remain same And so is the end result: lots of noise opportunistic politics and policy paralysis So what has the country gained so far by booting out the UPA and voting in the BJP In the UPA era the government was held hostage by corruption One national election later the parliament is debating another C word — communalism Speaking to CNN-IBN in February this year Arun Jaitley who was then leader of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha had said “You see some obstructionism can be a part not frequent obstructionism I personally don’t like the obstructionism But parliament being used as a forum in more than one ways to expose the weaknesses of the government I think is a positive development and to that extent I think this parliament has done well” In the same interview Jaitley had argued that “the responsibility of restoring sanity and peace in the House belongs to the ruling party and if the ruling party can’t put its own house in order.” Today the opposition led by the Congress can use the same logic to claim that by raising din over the communal agenda the parliament has done well and the government has failed in its duty of running the House —a claim that has some foundation The parliament has just a few more days before the winter session ends Only a miracle can save it from going down as a complete wash-out a terrible pandemonium of nonsense and non-issues with two important bills likely to get buried in the noise The proposed reforms in the insurance sector —allowing 49 per cent FDI — and a bill to ensure that coal mines keep running in the next year will be delayed once again There may be some movement on the goods and services tax (GST) bill that was cleared by the Cabinet on Wednesday but nobody is sure if it will get past the Rajya Sabha These bills have been pending not for months or weeks but since the first UPA government In 2004 the then finance minister had proposed the increase in FDI but the BJP led by Atal Behari Vajpayee had stalled the process Back then the BJP was erecting roadbocks now the boot is on the other foot There appeared to be some sort of consensus on the insurance sector reforms before the start of the session But Sadhvi Jyoti Sakshi Maharaj and the ghar wapsi campaign hijacked the PM’s agenda The PM has been extremely lucky so far The party has done reasonably well in state assembly elections and it may win a few more states over the next few months There is also a lot of euphoria around his foreign trips Simultaneously oil prices have crashed and inflation is in control But his purple patch may not last too long Globally there seems to be increasing fear of recession many expect the dollar to rise against other currencies in the next year; in India key indicators of growth—industrial production index—have shown decline and the Sensex is falling suggesting that investors are losing faith The tide of good fortune is turning Jokes about the PM have started circulating — that he also needs a ghar wapsi invitation being the latest But the PM also has his own handicaps: lack of majority in the Rajya Sabha signs of impatience within the Hindutva brigade his inability to gag the loonies within his camp and most significantly the government’s inability to push through pending bills and reforms To complicate matters he is either busy travelling out of India or addressing political rallies leaving very little time for the actual task of running a government The Congress won’t mind any of this Having suffered at the hands of the BJP’s strident opposition in the Parliament during its tenure the Congress will try its best to ensure that the government fails to move forward its development agenda It will get complete support from other parties who are in no mood to cede an inch to Modi Soon people will be talking not of achhe din but purane din and of the bad old kind
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