After ‘Abki Baar Trump Sarkar’ Won US, Conservatives Hope To Woo British-Indians With ‘Theresa Ke Saath’

After 'Abki Baar Trump Sarkar' Won US, Conservatives Hope To Woo British-Indians With 'Theresa Ke Saath'

After ‘Abki Baar Trump Sarkar’ Won US, Conservatives Hope To Woo British-Indians With ‘Theresa Ke Saath’ Abki Baar : Britain’s ruling Conservative Party has released a Hindi campaign song on Sunday in an attempt to woo the nearly 1.6 million strong Indian diaspora in the country. PTI The song ‘Theresa Ke Saath’ for the June 8 general election has been produced by Conservative Friends of India (CFI) co-chair and UK-based Indian businessman Ranjit S Baxi and calls on Indian-origin voters to back May as Britain’s Prime Minister for the next…

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Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky

Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky

Conservatives Demand Changes On Health Care Bill As GOP Leaders Sound Shaky The House Freedom Caucus comes out “confident” that the current legislation won’t fly. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) acknowledged Wednesday there will have to be changes to the House Republicans’ health care bill, just as conservatives acknowledged that, short of a massive overhaul to the measure, they probably won’t support the legislation. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, emerged from the HFC meeting late Wednesday to suggest that Republicans may have to start…

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Anti-Pope posters in Rome reveal sharp divide between Francis and Vatican conservatives

Anti-Pope posters in Rome reveal sharp divide between Francis and Vatican conservatives

Anti-Pope posters in Rome reveal sharp divide between Francis and Vatican conservatives Anti-Pope : Romans awoke last Saturday morning to find the walls of their city plastered with dozens of posters featuring a scowling Pope Francis hovering above text asking the pontiff “Where’s your mercy?” The accusations of hypocrisy aimed at the Catholic leader’s call for a more compassionate church has Italian police frantically searching security camera footage for the culprits. But so far, there have been few leads and no group has claimed responsibility for the posters. But some…

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