India being divided under Modi, help unite nation: Rahul to expats Jan 12, 2019 0 184 12345 IANSDubaiClaiming India was being divided for political reasons and that there has been intolerance for the last five years, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday called upon the Indian diaspora across the globe to commit themselves towards solving the country’s biggest crises -- unemployment and agrarian distress.Gandhi in a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a country like India cannot be run with “arrogance” and “believing that only one idea was supreme”. Addressing a gathering of Indian expatriates at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Gandhi asserted that Congress would come to power at the Centre. He reaching out to the diaspora, saying “Your voices will be deeply embedded” in the Congress’ manifesto for the 2019 general election. “Tolerance means listening to people, embracing different ideas, different religions, different communities. But is tolerance possible without humility, is tolerance possible with arrogance...never,” said Gandhi referring to the Modi-led BJP government which came to power in May 2014. “Can you run a country like India believing that only one idea is supreme and none others? Today India is being divided for political reasons, for political benefits,” said Gandhi. RELATED ARTICLES Alok Verma quits govt service, says justice scuttled in his case Jan 12, 2019 0 277 SP-BSP alliance will humble BJP in LS polls: Akhilesh Jan 12, 2019 0 209 PM Modi to open Vibrant Gujarat Summit on Jan 18 Jan 12, 2019 0 831 SC seeks action over illegal mining in Meghalaya New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked what action has been taken against the owner of the illegal coal mine located in East Jaintia Hills district in Meghalaya in which 15 miners are trapped since December 13. “What .. India slams Pakistan PM’s charge of rejecting peace overtures IANS New Delhi India on Friday slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s charge that New Delhi has rejected his peace overtures, saying Pakistani ministers continue to share public platforms with internationally .. Protests against citizenship bill intensify in Meghalaya IANS Shillong Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Bill got louder in Meghalaya on Friday with three pressure groups burning the effigies of the NDA government and the legislation. In Shillong, activists of the .. Three Maoists arrested in Ranchi Ranchi: Three Maoist guerrillas were arrested with weapons here on Friday, police said. The Maoists, belonging to the outlawed People’s Liberation Front of India (PLFI), were arrested on the border of Ranchi and Khuti .. India’s 2nd moon mission in mid-April IANS Bengaluru India’s second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 with a lander and rover will be attempted in mid-April, a top space official said on Friday. “We are targeting mid-April to launch Chandrayaan-2 as there were .. 12 boys paraded semi-nude in premises of govt company IANS Bhandara (Maharashtra) In a barbaric form of punishment, at least a dozen young boys were caught and allegedly paraded semi-nude inside the premises of a prestigious central government company on January 3, a top .. New drive launched to improve air quality AFP New Delhi India has launched a new campaign to improve air quality in more than 100 of its pollution-stricken cities, although an environment group said it lacked detail and the legal backing to ensure it is enforced. .. Soldier, officer killed in explosion near LoC in J&K Jammu: Two Army soldiers were killed on Friday in an explosion near the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district. Defence Ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Devender Anand said: “Today one officer and another .. Dera chief convicted for scribe’s murder IANS Chandigarh Holding him guilty of conspiracy to murder, a special CBI court in Haryana’s Panchkula town on Friday convicted Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh for the murder of journalist Ram Chander ..