From crumpled clothes to designer sarees, from peep-toe heels to plain chappals, India truly is a mix of the modern and traditional when it comes to how our politicians dress up. While Mamata Banerjee sticks to her Bengali sarees, young guns like Jyotiraditya Scindia like to look more savvy. Then there is Rahul Gandhi’s trademark white kurta-pyjama and Navjot Singh Sidhu’s colourful shirts. Here’s our list of the best-dressed and some badly dressed netas
Politicos on Saturday reacted over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at National Council meet. While addressing BJP workers during the National Cou... More Politicos on Saturday reacted over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at National Council meet. While addressing BJP workers during the National Council meet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that what BJP achieved in past 60 days the Congress could not in last 60 years. Modi had also said that Amit Shah was the 'man of the match' of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and Rajnath Singh was the 'captain of the team'. Modi credited party workers for the historic win in the general elections and said that the government needs to function in order to fulfill people's expectations.
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Education qualification: Should Smriti Irani come clean?
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- Yes. She must clarify the discrepancies in her affidavits
- No. She must instead focus on her ministry to prove critics wrong
- Educational qualifications do not matter to become a minister. His/her work counts