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Guj Cong seeks guidance of former BJP leader Suresh Mehta

Ahead of the budget session of the Gujarat Assembly, state Congress today sought help and guidance of former BJP leader Suresh Mehta "to corner" the ruling party in the House. Mehta had left BJP before the 2007 assembly elections. He had quit BJP ... Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Former CM Suresh Mehta attends Congress meet DeshGujarat, 1 month ago

4 images for Gujarat Parivartan Party

IBN Live, 4 months ago
Jagran Post, 4 months ago
Indian Express, 5 months ago
Indian Express, 4 months ago

Political situation in J&K conducive for achieving Mission 44+ BJP

Political situation in J&K conducive for achieving Mission 44+ BJP Jammu, Jun 19 : The Bharatiya Janata Party today said the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is conducive to achieve Mission 44 plus as the ruling National Conference and its coalition ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
Indian Express

Anandiben takes oath as Gujarat Chief Minister

GANDHINAGAR: Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi left for Delhi on Thursday, after giving Gujarat its first woman chief minister. Earlier in the day, his trusted confidante Anandiben Mafatbhai Patel was sworn in to the chief minister's office ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Anandiben's swearing-in; Modi takes Keshubhai Patel to dais  NewKerala.com2 months ago Kesubhai may get a chance to become Rajasthan Governor  Indian Express1 month ago
Indian Express

Road that led old horse Keshubhai Patel to end of his political innings

When BJP bagged 121 seats in the Assembly in 1995, Patel was the obvious choice of becoming the first BJP CM in Gujarat. The political innings of Keshubhai Patel, who is now set to drift into political oblivion, is a tale of ups and downs with more ...
 Indian Express2 months ago

Winds of change getting stronger by the day: Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Amit Shah on Saturday said winds of change were blowing across the country and its effect would be visible even in a Congress stronghold like Amethi. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is seeking re-election for the third consecutive term from Amethi. "The entire country is witnessing a parivartan ki lahar (winds of change). The winds are only getting stronger with each passing day," Shah told a rally in Phulpur Lok Sabha constituency. "I was in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

Cong sees hope in Gujarat assembly by-poll; leads in 5 seats

Gandhinagar : Amid BJP's clean sweep of 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat, Congress today got some relief in the state assembly by-election with their candidates leading on five out of seven constituencies. Trends show that Congress Shaktisinh Gohil ...
 The Freepress Journal2 months ago Congress sees hope in Gujarat assembly by-poll; leads in 5 seats  Economic Times2 months ago
The Week

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It is an open secret that Narendra Modi, who was a secretary in the Gujarat BJP in the 1990s, was responsible for the rift between chief minister Keshubhai Patel and senior leader Shankersinh Vaghela, which led to Vaghela's ouster from the party.
 The Week2 months ago

Stopping Modi no matter what

On The spot Tavleen Singh If you think the exit polls have made the Congress Party prepare to accept defeat gracefully think again. Those advising Sonia Gandhi and her son continue to tell her that the polls are wrong and that the NDA is ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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