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....Illogical.... Sep 3
The people who r defending Government on 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Either dey r taking money or some direct indirect benefit.
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Sitaram Yechury Sep 30
Achhe din continue. As if burdens mounted on common Indians due to fuel prices rising continuously are not enough - here is another sample of the callousness of the Modi government. They just don’t care.
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Buddybud Jun 23
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Nandini Sen Sep 30
This is sheer madness. Waiting for this acche din to get over.
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Vote Blue 2020 Aug 16
Oh no, not toilet paper, that is just hitting below the belt
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Ajit Wadhwa Oct 9
While the central government is bragging about cutting the fuel prices by Rs. five, the cost of an LPG cylinder has touched new high to Rs 930. It's like running with hare and hunting with hounds. It's a tracheary with common masses.
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Runneeti रणनीति Sep 3
Is GDP the only indicator of development? Is't the employment, controlled inflation,better business opportunities and other parameters indicate the real growth? # GDPgrowth, , 71, , , -
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Aakash May 15
Now that the Karnataka Polls are over, can u please look into the petrol n diesel prices?
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Amitendu Dec 6
Happy days appear to have left the before they could settle in. Back to familiar situation of , high interest rates and .Govts. change, as do their managers and advisers, but economic conditions refuse to change.
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Abha Singh Sep 10
Coal India production in last 3years slid from over 9percent in FY 2016 to 2.9 percent in FY 17, and further to 2.4 percent in FY 2018. Why is this happening??Why Coal minister not taken to task??
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PowertoSwitch Aug 31
SSE Airtricity are increasing electricity prices for domestic customers by 18.2%. Gas prices for small business & domestic customers in Greater Belfast will also increase by 10.9%. To come into effect from 1st October.
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Keith Pond Feb 28
DONE with cable.
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saral Feb 17
You can't cry always . It's about time should be home bound and get to some work. needs an answer.
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Primal Digest 20 Sep 17
Replying to @aircall
Grocery shoppers turn to own-brand products to combat via sky
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Karen D. Apr 19
Why oh why do retailers blame bad weather on slow sales? People don't have money to spend on fripperies.
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Alison Norris Jul 2
“Trade wars are easy to win” another 🙄
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EnergyInfraPost.com May 29
Crude Shock: May Take A Toll On Grocery Bills -
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At Your Peril Jun 13
Replying to @cloudynatknit
Is that enough to feed a family of 5? What will happen when prices continue to rise? How much less will people be able to buy with $34? People will go hungry 2/
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Elvis Dsouza 1 Oct 17
After fuel price increase now comes toll price increase. What's next? I hope it's salary increase.
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