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BJP's top leadership comes together to brainstorm over CM picks for UP and Uttarakhand
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BJP's top leadership comes together to brainstorm over CM pick...

The BJP parliamentary board comprising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party chief Amit Shah, union ministers Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, JP Nadda, Ananth Kumar, M Venkaiah Naidu and others met to appoint state observers who would make the picks after ... India Today, 2 weeks ago
The call from Shah that helped BJP reclaim Goa Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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BJP Parliamentary Board likely to meet tomorrow

The Parliamentary Board of the BJP may meet tomorrow afternoon when results of the five state assembly elections will be out. With exit polls projecting a good show by the saffron party, including in the crucial state of Uttar Pradesh where it is projected to ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago BJP to decide on Uttarakhand CM tomorrow  Rediff.com1 week ago BJP likely to elect new UP CM on March 16  Rediff.com1 week ago UP BJP legislature party likely to meet on March 16  Business Standard1 week ago
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PM, Amit Shah felicitated at BJP Parliamentary meet for poll wins

The BJP parliamentary board meeting, which is on now, has decided to delay the formation of government in Uttar Pradesh. The board said that before deciding on the UP CM it would want a consensus of all MLAs. The board meeting was called to discuss the probable names for the chief ministerial berth in UP and Uttarakhand where it has won two-third majority in the recent assembly elections and can form the government alone. The UP CM will be sworn in tomorrow. File pic. The board meeting was ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Assembly Election 2017: BJP Parl Board to meet to pick probable CM names for UP, Uttarakhand  First Post.com2 weeks ago BJP Parliamentary Board to decide CM candidate today  catchnews.com2 weeks ago LIVE: Grand road show of PM Narendra Modi in Delhi at 4.30 PM ahead of BJP Parliamentary Board meet  Zee News2 weeks ago
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BJP leaders credit 'Modi wave' for strong showing in UP

On the next chief minister in the state, they said the decision will be taken by the BJP parliamentary board and the legislature party in the state soon.
 Money Control2 weeks ago 'Modi wave': The reason behind BJP's good show in UP  Rediff.com2 weeks ago BJP leaders credit Modi wave for strong showing in UP  Asia Net India2 weeks ago
DNA

UP Elections 2017: BJP Parliamentary Board to finalise CM nominees tomorrow

Amit Shah hailed Modi for poll win, and credited PM Modi's pro-poor policies.
 DNA2 weeks ago Shah credits 'tallest leader' Modi for poll win  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Sakshi Maharaj blames Muslims for population boom  Deccan Herald2 months ago Modi tallest leader since Independence: Shah  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Yogi Adityanath in Delhi; portfolio allocation may be discussed

Adityanath left for Delhi this morning to take part in the meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board, a BJP spokesperson said here.
 Money Control6 days ago Adityanath in Delhi; portfolio allocation may be discussed  Business Standard6 days ago

Never compromised my principles, says Advani

BJP patriarch L K Advani today said he has learnt from the RSS not to promote any wrongdoing and has never compromised with his principles. Speaking at the 80th anniversary celebrations of Brahma Kumaris, a spiritual organisation, at its campus here, Advani ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago

Par panel to summon Urjit Patel again on Apr 20

A Parliamentary panel has decided to summon Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel again to explain how much of the junked currency has been deposited in banks post note ban and the progress made in remonetisation. The meeting of the Standing Committees on ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
DNA

Uttarakhand's million dollar question: Who will BJP choose as Chief Minister?

The BJP today hinted that it might pick a relative greenhorn, rather than a party stalwart, for the chief minister's post in Uttarakhand where it recorded a landslide victory winning 56 of the 70 assembly seats. Battling the problem of plenty with as many as ...
 DNA2 weeks ago BJP may go for a relative greenhorn as U'khand CM  Business Standard2 weeks ago BJP demands action against Rawat for violating model code  Deccan Herald1 month ago Venkaiah maintains suspense over BJP's CM candidate in Goa  Business Standard2 months ago
DNA

Adityanath's Hindutva hardliner image in media, he is for development: BJP

BJP today played down Hindutva hardliner image of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister-elect Yogi Aditynanath, saying it is an image in the media but he stands for development. "That image may be with media but he (Adityanath) has been elected again and again. He ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Yogi meets Modi, Shah; portfolios, UP projects discussed  Business Standard6 days ago Yogi Adityanath meets PM Modi, Amit Shah; portfolios, key UP projects discussed  DNA6 days ago Modi's 'sabka saath' slogan floundering in UP  Sify1 month ago
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