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Amit Shah meets RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat amid protests over land bill
Indian Express

Bihar polls: In Surat, Shah seeks migrants help, in letter and...

On his first visit to the city after becoming the party's national president, Amit Shah was given a grand welcome by the local BJP unit after he landed at the Surat airport. BJP president Amit Shah Wednesday exhorted Bihari migrants in Surat to ... Indian Express, 1 hour ago
Amit Shah urges workers to selfless toil Asian Age, 1 month ago

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Police rescue Bihari youth from irate mob

Chennai: A youth in his 20s, believed to be from north India, was caught by members of the public and beaten up before he was tied on to a pole at Guduvancherry in Kancheepuram for allegedly trying to sneak into a house in Mahalakshmi Nagar area on ...
 Deccan Chronicle21 hours ago
Central Chronicle

Bangladesh to honour Vajpayee for 1971 contribution

Bangladesh is set to confer Bangladesh Muktijhuddha Sammanana on former Indian prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in recognition of his contribution to Bangladesh's War of Independence in 1971. We will hand over the crest to Indian prime minister ...
 New Age Bangladesh3 days ago Vajpayee invited for Smarak Samiti event  Central Chronicle4 days ago Vajpayee invited for Mathura event, Advani ignored  IndiaTV News4 days ago Ramesh Singhal : ELUSIVE CLARITY  The Financial Chronicle4 days ago

Will officers from Bihar shine in city police again?

Nagpur: It may be purely coincidental or sheer providence that Indian Police Service cadre (IPS) officers, having their roots in Bihar, had mostly shone brightly over the horizon of Nagpur. The tenures of many such officers also marked the rise of ...
 Times of India3 days ago Will cops from Bihari shine in city again?  Times of India3 days ago

Anti-Bihari remarks: Court stays proceedings against MNS Chief

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court stayed the trial court proceedings against MNS chief Raj Thackeray in various cases lodged against him for allegedly making anti-Bihari remarks in 2008. "The proceedings before the trial court are stayed," a bench ...
 Manorama Online6 days ago Anti-Bihari remarks: High Court stays proceedings against MNS chief Raj Thackeray  Economic Times6 days ago PTI - HC-THACKERAY - Anti-Bihari remarks:HC stays proceedings against Raj Thackeray  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Anti-Bihari remarks: HC stays proceedings against Raj Thackeray  The Echo Of India6 days ago

Modi Committed to Bihar's Development, Asks Biharis to Shed Casteism

To recognise that an animal has been sacrificed to serve our appetites, to observe the fact... The Corridors Are Empty, The Silence Cheery Herein lies the difference between UPA's crony capitalism and institutional destruction and... Marrow-Spoon Memories ...
 Outlook5 days ago Shed casteism, support the most virtuous, Modi tells Biharis  Business Standard5 days ago Modi asks Biharis to shed casteism, says committed to taking forward his vision of progress  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago PM Modi blows poll bugle, asks Biharis to shed casteism  Samaylive5 days ago
DNA India

As Modi government turns one, Bihar test awaits Amit Shah

Amit Shah A year after the Narendra Modi wave swept the BJP to power helping secure 281 seats in the Lok Sabha, the air is still heady with excitement in the party headquarters at Ashok Road in Delhi, but a tinge of realism has also dawned on ...
 DNA India3 days ago Modi Took Nation From Gloom to Growth: Prasad  New Indian Express18 hours ago One-year tango that bests Atal-Advani  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago The year gone by, at a glance  Tehelka2 days ago

LJP Will Back BJP's Choice of CM Candidate in Bihar: Paswan

LJP president Ram Vilas Paswan today said his party would back ally BJP's choice of chief ministerial candidate in Bihar assembly polls which are likely to be held in September-October this year. He also made light of the merger of 'Janata ...
 Outlook India1 week ago Parliamentary board to decide BJP candidate for Bihar CM: Shahnawaz  Times of India1 week ago BJP Parl board to decide Bihar CM: Shahanwaz  Press Trust of India1 week ago BJP Parliamentary board to decide Bihar CM candidate: Shahanwaz  The Echo Of India1 week ago

Thengadi may spoil PM Modi's first anniversary in power

By Dinesh Narayanan NEW DELHI: In 1999, the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government was about to celebrate its first anniversary when it was hit by a broadside. Dattopant Thengadi, then a doyen of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, called Vajpayee a 'petty ...
 Economic Times1 week ago On Modi's first anniversary, Congress mounts offensive  Sify1 day ago On Modi govt's 1st anniversary, Cong mounts offensive  Deccan Herald2 days ago Modi govt runs on NAMO policy No Agri, Mal-governance Only: Congress  Times of India5 days ago

Vajpayee's pet project not getting enough funds

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may have returned to power at the Centre, but former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's pet project to link all villages by road networks is yet to regain momentum as Modi's government has not allocated enough fund for it.
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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