Modi only PM, after Nehru & Indira, to come back to power with full majority

After Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, Narendra Modi is the third prime minister of the country who has been able to retain power for a second term with full majority in Lok Sabha. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: It is historic victory, says Rajnath

With early trends indicating BJP’s return to power, senior leader and Home Minister Rajnath Singh today termed it ‘historic’ and credited it to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘astute’ leadership and party chief Amit Shah’s ‘dynamism’. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: TN CM turns down exit polls

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today said the exit polls results that said AIADMK will get less seats in the Lok Sabha elections are not ‘karuthu kanippu but karuthu thinippu’ (forced opinion). Continue Reading

2019 LS elections: Exit polls harbinger of actual results, say experts

Come Thursday, the verdict will be out on exit polls. Not just politicians, but pollsters too will watch what unfolds Continue Reading

Amit Shah slams BJP leaders for supporting Godse

BJP president Amit Shah Friday came out strongly against the controversial remarks of his party leaders, including Pragya Singh Thakur, over Nathuram Godse, saying the BJP has taken serious note of their statements, which are against its ideology. Continue Reading

Didn’t invite Digvijaya Singh for ‘Hatyog’: Computer Baba

Self-styled godman Computer Baba today replied to Election Commission’s notice for performing ‘Hatyog’ for Congress leader Digvijaya Singh’s victory from Bhopal in the Lok Sabha election 2019. Continue Reading

2019 polls: Bogus votes were cast in Kasargod constituency, says CEO

The CEO claimed that in the 23 April Lok Sabha elections three women, one of who was a panchayat member, had cast bogus votes in Kasargod constituency. He further said an enquiry would be held into the role of the polling officials. Continue Reading

Watch your tongue

With the Supreme Court deciding to issue contempt notice to Congress president Rahul Gandhi even after he expressed regret for his Rafale order comment, it has become clear that politicians can no more escape after talking something false or sensational just for the sake of garnering the attention of the people. Continue Reading

Rahul regrets anti-Modi remarks in Rafale verdict

Responding to BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi’s contempt case today, Rahul Gandhi admitted that he remarked against Modi on Rafale deal in the ‘heat of campaigning’. Continue Reading