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Take action against BJP

The Janawadi Mahila Sanghatane and progressive Dalit organisations have demanded that President Pranab Mukerjee intervene and initiate stringent action against the BJP for its alleged anti-women and anti-Dalit activities. They also demanded that ... The Hindu, 16 hours ago

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'Gau rakshaks' have brought shame to India

The decades-old reputation of the Jana Sangh and its successor, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), as a Brahmin-Bania party has been reinforced by a series of recent events.First, its ministers -- Smriti Irani and Bandaru Dattatreya -- maliciously targeted ...
 Prokerala14 hours ago Gau rakshaks have brought shame to India (Column: Political Circus)  Can India News13 hours ago Kerala: Did a Congress faction help BJPs Rajagopal win Nemam?  catchnews.com2 months ago Rajagopal scripts history with win  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Sangh brass in Jammu today to review BJP show

After BJP general secretary Ram Madhav's unscheduled visit to Srinagar, top leaders of the Sangh Parivar will reach Jammu on Friday morning to discuss the situation in the state, particularly the Valley. They include BJP national general secretary ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago BJP gets support of Sangh in U.P.  HT Syndication2 days ago For the BJP in UP, it’s religion again  Asian Age1 month ago

View: BJP, Sangh's dalit outreach faces challenge

By Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay Now-deposed Vice-President of UP BJP, Dayashankar Singh's misogynist statement against Mayawati and public outrage in Gujarat following the assault on Dalit youth in Gujarat have added to the challenge being faced by not ...
 Economic Times1 day ago BJP's Dayashankar Singh setback complicates plan to woo Dalit votes in UP  Livemint.com1 day ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Will defeat RSS's ideology of crushing the weak: Rahul Gandhi

Accusing the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) of believing in crushing and oppressoing the weaker sections, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that his party and the people of India will together defeat such ideology. Speaking ...
 The Statesman2 days ago Say sorry or face trial for RSS jibe, SC tells Rahul  New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago SC chides Rahul for denouncing entire RSS  The Hindu3 days ago Apologise or visit SC frequently: RSS to Rahul Gandhi  catchnews.com3 days ago
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Mohan Bhagwat to visit UK next week, to address a Hindu gathering

RSS Chief will attend the gathering of Hindus organised to mark the golden jublee celebrations of the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh
 Business Standard2 days ago RSS chief to address Hindu gathering in U.K.  The Hindu2 days ago Now, Bhagwat's 'chai pe charcha'  MSN News US1 week ago Kairana on Sangh mind  The Telegraph1 week ago

RSS and Mahatma Gandhi: Why Rahul Gandhi should brace for bitter truths

A day after the Supreme Court asked Rahul Gandhi to either apologise to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) or face trial in a defamation case filed by the latter, the Congress vice-president seems determined to take the latter route. He perhaps ...
 Firstpost.com3 days ago RSS and Mahatma Gandhi: An unapologetic Rahul Gandhi should brace for bitter truths  Firstpost.com3 days ago Why Maneka Gandhi's bid to take on cyber bullies has got likes  Economic Times6 days ago Net Nanny Maneka gets no likes  HT Syndication1 week ago
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RSS is the biggest liar, says Congress

The Congress party on Wednesday said there is no bigger organisation than the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in telling lies and giving it a political angle. "Nothing will expose the Congress because there is no bigger organisation than the RSS in speaking ...
 Zee News3 days ago Cong given to lying, stands exposed: RSS  Times of India3 days ago Congress dubs RSS as biggest liar  Sify3 days ago Congress dubs RSS as biggest liar; says everything will be clear after trial court verdict  DNA India3 days ago

Statehood activists seek action against corrupt officials

Members of the Uttarakhand Rajya Nirman Sainani Sangh have expressed resentment over the casual attitude of the state government towards corrupt officials. The activists have sent a memorandum to Chief Minister Harish Rawat and demanded a strict ...
 Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago RSS State meet begins  The Hindu3 weeks ago Pakistan not a state but a state of mind: Sangh journal  MSN India1 month ago BJP can’t do an Uttarakhand in Kerala: CPI(M) State chief  Business Line2 months ago

Congress consistently spreading lies about us: RSS

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh on Tuesday accused the Congress of "consistently trying to spread lies" about it and assailed its vice president Rahul Gandhi for "avoiding trial" in a defamation case against him in Maharashtra's Bhiwandi for linking the outfit with Mahatma Gandhi's assassination. The Bharatiya Janata Party's ideological mentor also said that the Congress stood "exposed" after the Supreme Court said Rahul Gandhi should not have engaged in "collective denunciation" of the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Cong continuing with its tradition of spreading lies: RSS  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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