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'Nitish's yatra will spread caste hatred'

Union agriculture minister Radhamohan Singh on Friday said the proposed Sampark Yatra of former CM Nitish Kumar from November 13 will spread caste hatred in the society. Times of India, 6 days ago

Radhamohan Singh to inaugurate Global Agro Meet

Union Agriculture Minister Radhamohan Singh will inaugurate the Global Agro Meet, organised by the Kerala Agriculture Department, in partnership with Kerala State Indstrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) and the Confederation of Indian Industry ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago ‘Farm growth to meet 4% target despite poor rains’  Asian Age1 month ago

Smriti-RSS meet

New Delhi, Oct. 30: HRD minister Smriti Irani today held talks with RSS leaders, the meeting coming at a time the Centre is set to initiate the process of framing a new education policy. The three-hour huddle was one of a series of meetings between ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 hours ago

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, government exchange notes to ensure harmony

If during the Vajpayee regime there was policy wrangling with Sangh affiliates, the Modi government is apparently trying to ensure there are no discordant notes. For over three hours, some union ministers and leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Trickier turf on Shah's hands after twin wins

Patna, Oct. 24: Bihar is the next big thing for the BJP after its spectacular performance in the Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls but Amit Shah would be on a far trickier turf in the state. Shah, the BJP's national president, has already sent ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago

BJP's Assembly poll victory: Amit Shah is the real 'man of the match'

BJP's newly appointed national president and master strategist Amit Shah passed his first big test i.e. assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana with distinction. Shah 'the conqueror' with his far sightedness has helped the BJP create history in ...
 Oneindia1 week ago

'Blue revolution' to be launched to boost fish production: Min

in increasing milk production in the country. "A blue revolution will be launched to boost fish production just like it was done in the case of white revolution," Singh said while speaking at the seventh regional meeting of ICAR at the Indira Gandhi ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

PM apprised of Kerala's demands: Oommen Chandy

NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that he had informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the demands of Kerala on various issues. At a press conference in New Delhi on Thursday, he said he had submitted a memorandum to the prime ...
 Kaumudi2 weeks ago
NDTV

Will BJP's Solo Gamble Succeed?

( Rahul Shrivastava is Senior Editor, Political Affairs at NDTV ) The May 16 majority for Narendra Modi stumped the pollsters. But they drew consolation from the fact that the May Lok Sabha verdict had improved the accuracy of their forecast in ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
Indian Express

BJP sends entire central cabinet, Congress waits for Sonia and Rahul

Vasundhara Raje in Mumbai Tuesday. Source: Dilip Kagda Narendra Modi has 23 rallies in 15 days across Maharashtra. Sonia Gandhi will have six rallies (on October 9 and 11), Rahul Gandhi two. The BJP has sent or will send more than 100 central ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
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