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In new India, shameful activities like Gorakhpur shouldn't take place: Arun Jaitley
India Today

In new India, shameful activities like Gorakhpur shouldn't tak...

Arun Jaitley spoke at the New India Pledge event in Mumbai on Sunday organised by Mumbai Bhartiya Janata Party. Arun Jaitley spoke of the major changes for new India by 2022. In new India, shameful activities like Gorakhpur shouldn't take place, said Finance ... India Today, 1 hour ago

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Prove your majority and split JD(U), Nitish Kumar dares Sharad Yadav

Yadav's JD(U) faction announced that it will approach the EC to stake claim to the party symbol
 Business Standard2 hours ago Sharad Yadav faction to approach EC over JD-U symbol  Prokerala1 day ago Sharad Yadav faction to approach Election Commission over JD-U symbol  Zee News21 hours ago Sharad Yadav's 'real JD-U' claims support of 14 state units  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Sharad Yadav no match for Nitish Kumar: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday displayed their firm support for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar amid the power tussle with rebel Janata Dal (United) leader Sharad Yadav, saying that the latter has absolutely had no locus of his own.Speaking to ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago
DNA

Break the JD(U) legislative party if you have might: Nitish Kumar dares Sharad Yadav faction

Bihar Chief Minister and JD(U) president Nitish Kumar on Saturday said party leader Sharad Yadav was "free" to take his decision and asserted that the "straying of a handful of people" would have no impact on the party as battle lines between the two factions ...
 DNA11 hours ago Nitish dares Sharad to split JD (U)  Deccan Herald17 hours ago Nitish Kumar challenges Sharad Yadav to split JD-U  Prokerala18 hours ago Sharad Yadav holds parallel meet, says Grand Alliance intact  Rediff.com18 hours ago
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DNA

Sharad Yadav will face action if he attends Lalu Prasad's rally: JD(U)

The Janata Dal (United) on Sunday warned party leader Sharad Yadav against attending Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav's rally and said he will face action if he attends the rally.
 DNA9 hours ago Nitish-led JD-U back in NDA; blames Congress for alliance failure  Rediff.com19 hours ago JD(U) General Secretary K C Tyagi denies any split in the party  News on Air21 hours ago No split, but action against Sharad if he attends Lalu's rally: JD-U  Rediff.com23 hours ago
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PM Modi, Amit Shah to meet chief ministers of BJP-ruled states tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah will meet chief ministers and deputy chief ministers of all party ruled states tomorrow to take stock of development and social welfare work being done.Our corresponden quoting party sources reports, ...
 News on Air2 hours ago PM, Shah to meet CMs of BJP-ruled states tomorrow  Rediff.com3 hours ago Modi, Shah to meet BJP CMs and deputy chief ministers  Deccan Herald1 day ago Amit Shah holds strategy meet for 2019 poll  Money Control2 days ago
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DNA

4 years after parting ways, JD(U) does 'ghar wapasi' to NDA

The Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal(United) did a 'ghar wapasi' to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Saturday, nearly four years after it dumped the saffron party over Narendra Modi's selection as the prime ministerial ...
 DNA8 hours ago Nitish's JD(U) joins BJP-led NDA  MSN India22 hours ago Nitish Kumar's JDU passes resolution to join BJP-led NDA  catchnews.com1 day ago JD-U passes resolution to formally join NDA  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Sharad Yadav embarrassing himself by revolting against NDA merger: JD-U

The Janata Dal-United on Sunday reiterated their warning to rebel senior party leader Sharad Yadav saying that he will face action if he attends Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav's rally.JD-U leader Ajay Alok reiterated, "Our general secretary (KC Tyagi) has clearly stated that if he (Sharad Yadav) attends Lalu's rally, then he should be ready to face serious consequences."He also came down heavily on Sharad Yadav for his revolt against merging with the NDA, saying he is making ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago
Money Control

HIGHLIGHTS WESTERN REGION AT 1700 HRS

BOM 1 MP-SHAH Bhopal: BJP president Amit Shah says his party has not come to power for mere 5 or 10 years, but at least 50 years and calls upon workers to strengthen the party and take it to every part of the country.
 DNA21 hours ago BJP is in for a long haul in power, says party president Amit Shah  Money Control23 hours ago BJP will be in power for 50 years: Amit Shah  Rediff.com1 day ago BJP will remain in power for at least 50 years: Amit Shah  Business Standard21 hours ago
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India Today

How a group of interns arm AAP leaders with factual weapons for news debates

The reports compiled by the team arms party leaders with factsheets as they head out for television debates or press conferences. Sweta Dutta | Posted by Ashna Kumar sweta.dutta@mailtoday.in New Delhi, August 20, 2017 | UPDATED 06:23 IST A +A - The interns ...
 India Today8 hours ago
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