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Temple Rerun: Tracing Ram Rath Yatra, 25 years later
Indian Express

Temple Rerun: Tracing Ram Rath Yatra, 25 years later

On Sept 25, 1990, L K Advani took off from Somnath temple on a rath yatra for Ayodhya, on the agenda of building the Ram mandir — changing the course of BJP and of the Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Hindustan Times

Bihar base consolidated, BJP now aims for the finishing touch

At the height of the Ayodhya agitation, when then chief minister Lalu Prasad stopped BJP stalwart LK Advani's rath yatra in October 1990, anger and dissent engulfed the party's 10-year-old Bihar unit. Many in the local unit felt the BJP ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Indian Express

Bihar in Bharat: The growth of the BJP in Bihar

The BJP 's rise in Bihar has been slow and steady. In the first assembly poll in 1951, the Jana Sangh, the precursor to the BJP, contested 47 seats and forfeited its deposit in 44 of them. It won 1.18% of the votes polled. Three decades later, in ...
 Indian Express1 week ago This is a history-making election year for Bihar  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

BJP plans 600 rallies; Modi, Advani star campaigners

The party is in the final stage of finalising the schedule of the star campaigners for the rallies in 243 constituencies of the state. According to party sources, the BJP is finalising the venue for holding at least 200 rallies in the first phase as ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
Outlook Traveller

Pilgrimage to Puri

The train has disgorged me along with a thousand others. Puri station today has that special character of a place where rural India has arrived on pilgrimage. A quiet focus in the face of hardship; a stillness that can rip into a surge on a dime.
 Outlook Traveller1 month ago

Patels' OBC status demand: How the movement upsets Modi ...

The massive protest of the Patels on the issue of reservation in Gujarat underscores the limits of Hindutva politics — it is simply not equipped to paper over caste contradictions in the society unless it baits and targets the religious ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Gulf News

Narendra Modi: His story

Birthand family background Narendra Modi is best known for rising from a humble background to becoming the Prime Minister of India. He is the first Prime Minister of India who was born in Independent India, that is, post-August 15, 1947. He is ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Narendra Modi: The man and his story  Gulf News1 month ago

Dear Modi, you will be biggest loser if Parliament turns into an akhara for ego-tussles

Provided by Firstpost Expecting the Congress to let Parliament function and the government pass key reforms is political naiveté. What does the Congress gain if the government succeeds in bringing economy back on the track, attracting foreign ...
 MSN News US2 months ago Dear Modi, you will be the biggest loser if Parliament ...  Firstpost.com2 months ago
India Today

Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar: The DNA of politics

The DNA of democracy and the DNA of descent maybe different ideas, but the two leaders invariably have the same "DNA of politics" . Deoxyribonucleic Acid, the very core of your genetic organisation, has been in the news lately. Prime ...
 India Today2 months ago
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