Describing the Congress and other rival parties as "anti-people and anti-democracy", the Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday hailed the Modi government, saying 2016 was the "dawn of a new era" with a number of transformative decisions in the spheres of national security, self-pride, probity and the poor's welfare. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi being garlanded as BJP President Amit Shah and senior party leaders LK Advani, MM Joshi, Ananth Kumar, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, TC Gehlot and others ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Obstruction has become hallmark of opposition politics: BJP - Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said BJP has no role to play in the political situation of Tamil Nadu. "The BJP has no role to play in Tamil Nadu political situation. The BJP do not have a member in the legislative assembly. Where is the question of BJP ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
[India], Feb. 04(ANI): Former Army Chief General (Retd.) JJ Singh, who is the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate against Congress' Captain Amarinder Singh from Patiala Urban, on Saturday said that people will vote for him in majority, adding that this would ...Sify, 3 weeks ago
2016 has been an eventful year indeed. With the BJP government completing 2 years, one can begin to see the beginnings of the radical changes in store for the country in the years to come. From the ban on cow slaughter, to the crack down on freedom of speech ...Sify, 1 month ago
Exclusion of Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad from the dignitaries, who shared the dais with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at the Prakash Parv in Patna, on Friday drew flak from the RJD and the Congress. RJD vice president Raghuvansh Prasad Singh voiced the party's grievance. The mega arrangements were made by the state government, of which RJD is an ally, to mark the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru, on Thursday. "It did ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The budget session of the Jammu and Kashmir assembly began on a stormy note on Monday as opposition held protests against the People's Democratic Party-Bharatiya Janata Party government and continued sloganeering even when the national anthem was being played, with Governor N N Vohra cutting short his address to both houses of the legislature and leaving amid the pandemonium. IMAGE: Opposition members protest against the Jammu and Kashmir governemnt during Governor N N Vohra's speech.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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