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Baba Ramdev using agitation as license to take on authorities says Government

Ramdev has now succumbed to the pressure of BJP and also the NDA partners and to that extent he has completely lost his credibility, says M Veerappa Moily

 
New Delhi: Slamming yoga guru Baba Ramdev for using his agitation as a 'license' to take on those in authority, the union government on Tuesday said he should respect Parliament, Constitution and those occupying key posts, reports PTI.
 
"Ramdev has lost his identity as a fighter. He has now succumbed to the pressure of BJP and also the NDA partners. There is no doubt about it. To that extent he has completely lost his credibility," Union Minister M Veerappa Moily told reporters outside Parliament House.
 
The Corporate Affairs Minister lamented the manner in which Ramdev lashed out at the government.
 
"This is not worth talking about. The manner in which he used very loose language demonstrates the fact that he has taken this thing as a license to speak against, abuse people in authority. He does not understand that there are certain Constitutional posts which he has to acknowledge," Moily said.
 
Ramdev gave the call, "Congress hatao, desh bachao (remove Congress, save the country". Claiming the support of around 400 Members of Parliament, he said the government would lose its majority if Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party withdraw support.
 
Moily alleged that Ramdev does not understand that there is a Parliament established by the Constitution which in turn was created by the sacrifice of many freedom fighters.
 
"That language he does not understand. I think he has to limit himself as a decent person. That is what is required," Moily said.
 

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Nalco Q1 net profit falls 41% to Rs223 crore

Aluminium contributed Rs1,248 crore to the total income of NALCO during the first quarter while  chemicals and electricity contributed Rs760 crore and Rs515 crore, respectively

 
State-run National Aluminium Co Ltd (Nalco) reported a 41% fall in net profit to Rs223 crore for the quarter ended-June due to higher costs for fuel and power. The Bhubaneswar-based aluminium maker had a net profit of Rs377 crore in the same quarter of the previous year. 
 
Total income of the company was down to Rs1,748 crore during the quarter ended June 2012 against Rs1,763 crore in the same quarter in the previous year.
 
Aluminium contributed Rs1,248 crore to the total income, chemicals Rs760 crore and electricity Rs515 crore.
 
Power and fuel comprised Rs605 crore of the total expenses during the quarter, compared to Rs 481 crore in the year-ago period.
 

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anantha ramdas

4 years ago

I think the government should handover Nalco to Vedanta's
Agarwal and ask him to turn it
around.

He has a track record of reviving dead horses and
make them win Derbys

anantha ramdas

4 years ago

I think the government should handover Nalco to Vedanta's
Agarwal and ask him to turn it
around.

He has a track record of reviving dead horses and
make them win Derbys

SML Isuzu Q1 net profit up 23.5% to Rs12.2 crore

SML Isuzu’s net sales in the June quarter rose 10% to Rs261.2 crore

 
SML Isuzu has announced an increase of 23.5% in net profit to Rs12.24 crore for the quarter ended June 2012. Net sales in the quarter ended June 2012 were Rs261.24 crore, up 10%. 
 
The company will be working on a new project for the manufacture of light commercial vehicles above 3.5 tonnes at its plant in Punjab, according to a statement from the company.
 

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