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AIADMK factions bicker over Amit Shah in Tiruvannamalai

AIADMK factions bicker over Amit Shah in Tiruvannamalai

As if to prove the Opposition's theories of BJP running the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu, three factions of the AIADMK vied with each other to 'welcome' BJP president Amit Shah during his visit to Sri Arunachaleswarar Temple in Tiruvannamalai on Tuesday. DNA, 1 day ago

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Amit Shah's temple visit shows up BJP, EPS ties for what it's worth

Even without Shah’s TN visit and the rest, the increasing bonhomie between the BJP and the AIADMK factions in the state have become more visible than ever in the post-Jaya era, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: BJP President Amit Shah at the Arunachaleswarar temple in Thiruvannamalai on June 27, 2017, during a visit to Tamil Nadu. Photograph: PTI Photo. Despite loud protests to the contrary, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah’s visit to the Sri Arunachaleswarar temple and the ...
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Shah to visit Puducherry tomorrow

BJP national president Amit Shah will visit Puducherry tomorrow as part of his 110-day nationwide tour to strengthen the party. During his two-day visit, Shah will pay floral tributes to the poet Subramania Bharati at a statue installed in the Puducherry ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Shah to start national tour tomorrow with Puducherry  DNA4 days ago Amit Shah to visit Goa on July 1  Business Standard4 days ago Ahmedabad: Amit Shah attends 'Mangla Aarti' at Jagannath Temple  Sify4 days ago
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Indian Presidential Choice- A Pro-Hindutva Forces Bait To Dalits

When the pro-hindutva outfit BJP's chief Amit Shah announced his party's presidential choice said that Ram Nath Kovind- a Dalit had worked for Dalits and poor, The News Indian Presidential Choice- A Pro-Hindutva Forces Bait To Dalits appeared first on Sikh ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online1 day ago Presidential-Elections-Kovind-Nomination @ 6/23/2017 1:15:56 PM  DNA6 days ago Ram Nath Kovind to file nomination on June 23; PM Modi, Amit Shah, all NDA CMs to be present  Zee News1 week ago Ram Nath Kovind files his nomination papers for India's 15th president  Rediff.com6 days ago

Congress govt in Puducherry is the most corrupt, UPA caused policy paralysis: Amit Shah

The Congress-led Puducherry government headed by Chief Minister V Narayanasamy is the "most corrupt" government, BJP president Amit Shah said. The post Congress govt in Puducherry is the most corrupt, UPA caused policy paralysis: Amit Shah appeared first on ...
 First Post.com2 days ago Puducherry govt most corrupt: Amit Shah  DNA2 days ago Cong govt in Puducherry most corrupt, says Amit Shah  DNA2 days ago

Amit Shah confirms BS Yeddyurappa as chief ministerial candidate: Move aimed at silencing infighting in Karnataka BJP

By naming BS Yeddyurappa as the chief ministerial candidate, the BJP intends to do an Assam in Karnataka and snap up the southern state from the Indian National Congress. The post Amit Shah confirms BS Yeddyurappa as chief ministerial candidate: Move aimed at ...
 First Post.com1 month ago 'BJP to hold survey for distributing tickets for Karnataka polls'  Deccan Herald3 days ago Yeddyurappa to be BJP's CM face in Karnataka  Rediff.com1 month ago Yeddyurappa will be BJP’s CM face in Karnataka: Amit Shah  Asia Net India1 month ago
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BJP breaks silence over drug menace in Punjab, organises 'run against drugs'

BJP leaders including Amit Shah who were critical of Congress and AAP for raking up the issue in assembly elections on Monday organised a run against drugs at 28 places in Punjab.
 India Today3 days ago

Design or chance? Amit Shah, Shankersinh Vaghela take same flight

BJP National President Amit Shah and Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela boarded the same flight to Delhi from Ahmedabad on Thursday evening, triggering speculations that Vaghela may return to the saffron fold. Many political leaders feel it could be more ...
 DNA6 days ago Not joining BJP: Vaghela  Deccan Herald1 week ago

BJP backs Amit Shah's statement ruling out Indo-Pak 'bilateral' cricket series

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on 18 June backed party president Amit Shah 's statement opposing India's participation in any bilateral cricket series with Pakistan, while saying the decision came in view of the active support by Islamabad in terror ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago No bilateral cricket ties with Pak: Amit Shah  Deccan Herald1 week ago Amit Shah categorically rules out Indo-Pak bilateral series  DNA1 week ago No bilateral cricket series on Indian or Pakistani soil: Amit Shah  Business Standard1 week ago

With eye on polls, Shah on state visit from Aug 3

BJP president Amit Shah will visit Karnataka for three days from August 3 as he turns his attention towards the state ahead of next year's Assembly elections. Shah will interact with BJP office-bearers, MPs and MLAs to get a feedback on the organisational ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: BJP president Amit Shah set to visit state, party gears up for polls  First Post.com4 weeks ago Amit Shah to visit Gujarat on Wednesday as BJP gears up for assembly polls  DNA4 weeks ago
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