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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter FADNAVIS FIAT HARMS MODIS AGENDA By Amulya Ganguli The belief that the entry of young people into politics is the answer to some of the country's problems hasn't been borne out by ... IPA, 1 month ago

Voting begins for Maharashtra Assembly byelections

Voting for the Assembly byelections to Bandra (East) in suburban Mumbai and Tasgaon Kavthe-Mahankal in Sangli district began this morning. The polling began at 7 AM on a peaceful note, according to an election official.The battle for Bandra (East) has become ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Our leaders do not wear mask, says Shiv Sena on Fadnavis' poll remarks

Our leaders do not wear mask: Shiv Sena : Shiv Sena on Wednesday hit back at Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis over his remarks that going solo in the assembly polls brought out BJP's true... IndiaTimes 1 hour ago - Sports Shiv Sena hits ...
 NewsR.in1 day ago Our leaders do not wear mask: Sena on Fadnavis' poll remarks  Deccan Herald1 day ago Uddhav Thackeray's Shiv Sena says PM Narendra Modi should clean filth coming out of mouths of MPs  Financial Express1 month ago

Don`t put up posters in my support, Sanjay Joshi urges followers

New Delhi: In a move seen as an attempt to buy peace with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah, BJP`s former general secretary Sanjay Joshi on Thursday wrote a letter to his supporters not to put up his posters or malign the ...
 ZeeNews.com6 days ago

Rahul appears in Maha court in RSS defamation case

Rahul Gandhi today appeared in a court at Bhiwandi here in connection with a criminal defamation case for allegedly blaming RSS for assassination of Mahatma Gandhi though the Supreme Court had yesterday stayed proceedings against him in the matter. The ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

BJP membership crosses 10 cr

BJP today claimed to have crossed the 10-crore membership mark to become the "largest" party in the world. The occasion was celebrated at the partys headquarters here with bursting of crackers and slogan-shouting. Party president Amit Shah was given a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Rane emerges favourite for Bandra (E) seat

RR Patil's widow Sumantai set to sail through in Tasgaon Going by intelligence reports and political pundits, senior Congress leader Narayan Rane is likely to wrest the Bandra (east) assembly seat from his arch rival the Shiv Sena. On the ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago


Home IPA Special 2 hours ago Comment KC(M) LEADER P.C. GEORGE AT THE RECEIVING END THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A week is a long time in politics. That is the general saying. But ask former Government Chief Whip and Kerala Congress(M) ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago


Home IPA Special 38 mins ago Comment SIDHUS CONVICTION IS ONLY A SMALL INSTANCE Certain events symbolize the rottenness of our system exposing the actions of influential ruling leaders and destroying constitutional institutions. One such ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

RSS mouthpiece shows PoK as Pak territory; Govt to probe

The publication of a map in RSS mouthpiece Organiser depicting a part of Jammu and Kashmir as part of Pakistan, today evoked consternation in Rajya Sabha, with the Opposition asking whether the government approved it. An embarrassed government promised to ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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