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Congress should stop personal attacks on Modi: Jaitley

Congress should stop personal attacks on Modi: Jaitley

After all the mudslinging and personalised attacks by both parties, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Arun Jaitley said he hoped the Congress would heed the advice of its own and refrain from making personal attacks on Narendra Modi. The comment comes a day after Priyanka Gandhi said she was pained about the attacks on her husband Robert Vadra. Jaitley said while she wanted people to refrain from personal attacks, the Congress had been targeting Modi on a variety of issues, including his ..., 3 hours ago

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LS polls: Kejriwal to reach Varanasi today

Kejriwal is contesting against Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress leader Ajai Rai in Varanasi. Kejriwal earlier said there was no trace of Modi wave in the country and appealed to the people to bring an end ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago India cannot surrender to one man: Pawar's latest swipe at Modi  Rediff.com1 day ago Fortification of regional base main agenda for Congress leaders, not LS polls  Jagran Post1 week ago This election is not about math but chemistry: Modi  Rediff.com18 hours ago

Congress pulls out an old video on Uma Bharati, is it desperation or poll tactics?

Days after being stung by the book bomb that targeted the first family of the Congress, the party’s dirty tricks department has decided to go back into the past and release old videos to target the BJP. The latest release is a video with Uma Bharti at a ...
 DNA5 days ago Is Congress facing another humiliating defeat in Rajasthan?  Rediff.com5 days ago NaMo factor to fetch votes for Advani in Gandhinagar  Jagran Post5 days ago Varun Gandhi, Kumar Viswas, Mohd Kaif enter poll fray  Rediff.com1 week ago

I will send jamaibabu to jail: Uma Bharti on Robert Vadra

Notwithstanding Bharatiya Janata Party’s assertion there will be no witch-hunt if it comes to power, Uma Bharti has said that Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra will be in jail if the National Democratic Alliance comes to power. Bharti also alleged that Vadra had made money by breaking all norms. “Just because he is the son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi, all the Congress-ruled state governments are afraid of him. Union ministers were also under pressure from him. He has made ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

It's mango season, no 'Modi wave': AAP's slogan in Varanasi

Pitching its 'Aam ka mausam' to counter the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Modi-wave pitch, the Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday fielded volunteers wearing T-shirts with mangoes printed on them when party convenor Arvind Kejriwal addressed his first public meeting here in the run-up to Lok Sabha polls. Trying to strike a similarity between the popular season of 'king of fruits' and their party, the AAP leaders said 'aam ka mausam' is here across Varanasi and in other parts of the country, as against ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Now posters of 'Ya Modi Sarvbhuteshu' emerge in Varanasi  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Kerala and Madurai, nurseries for terror in India

If the words of Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative Abdul Karim Tunda are to be believed, then Bharatiya Janata Party’s assessment of Kerala, the God’s own country, turning into a nursery for terrorism may well be true. The discarded Lashkar bomber, who was recently arrested after a 27 year hunt, has reportedly told investigators that there are roughly around 130 operatives of the outfit in India; at least 80 of them are based in parts of Kerala and Madurai in Tamil Nadu. He added that none ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

They say BJP is hoodwinking voters. Agree?

Political parties have slammed Bharatiya Janata Party’s manifesto especially over inclusion of Ram temple and other 'Hindutva' issues, saying it was only aimed at hoodwinking voters. Congress leader Digvijay Singh accused BJP of exploiting religion for political gains. Pointing to a recent sting on the Ram Mandir agitation, he said many VHP leaders were heard saying that the death of some Hindus was required to infuse a new life into the movement. "They spoke about religion and have ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago BJP election manifesto thorough in foreign, nuclear, and defence policies  DNA2 weeks ago LIVE: BJP releases manifesto, reiterates commitment to Ram temple, focuses on good governance and development  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Why younger BJP leaders are miffed with Joshi  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

BJP cracks down on dissent, expels Jaswant Singh for 6 years

Veteran leader Jaswant Singh was expelled from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) late on Saturday night for a period of six years. A press release issued by Jagat Prasad Nadda on Saturday night stated that under Section 25(9) of the Party’s constitution, ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Jaswant Singh, the lone warrior  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Amar Singh offers to campaign for Mulayam  Jagran Post1 month ago ?Rebel? Jaswant Singh takes on BJP, files nomination from Barmer as Independent candidate  Jagran Post4 weeks ago

Hackers deface BJP Junagadh unit's website; target Modi, RSS

Bharatiya Janata Party’s Junagadh unit's website was allegedly hacked by unknown persons who uploaded "morphed" photographs of party's PM nominee Narendra Modi and posted comments against Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a party functionary said on Sunday. The party unit has lodged an FIR with police in this regard. Incharge of BJP's Junagadh office Raju Jivani said he came to know about the incident on Sunday morning. "As soon as I reached office, our IT cell employees told me that someone ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Cong doing 19th century politics of appeasing Muslims: Akbar

Bharatiya Janata Party’s national spokesman and veteran journalist-turned-politician, M J Akbar on Thursday criticised the Congress for resorting to its old practice of treating the Muslim community as a ‘commodity’ to be bought during election time. He held that it was the Congress that was responsible for under-development of the community, and slammed Congress president Sonia Gandhi for seeking to appease the Muslims with ‘19th  century politics’.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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