Four women have been arrested in Uttar Pradesh’s Miranpur town for putting up pamphlets and posters on public buildings in support of Congress’s Bijnor candidate Nasimuddin Siddiqui, officials said Sunday. Continue Reading
Days after having unanimously decided to go it alone in Delhi, the Congress is again mulling options to align with the Aam Aadmi Party in the national capital in its bid to defeat the BJP in Lok Sabha elections. Continue Reading
The Congress has released its fifth list of 56 candidates for the Lok Sabha election, including 22 from Andhra Pradesh and 11 from West Bengal. Continue Reading
BJP president Amit Shah today targeted Congress chief Rahul Gandhi over the alleged arrest of some techies in Bengaluru for raising pro-Modi slogans, saying youngsters give direction to the future and he should stop intimidating youth of India, which has rejected your brand of politics. Continue Reading
The Shiv Sena today said the BJP should now be prepared to face questions from people over its 2014 poll promises of peace in the Kashmir Valley and construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. Continue Reading
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi-led Congress and said that that main opposition party of the country has forgotten the path shown by Mahatma Gandhi. The Prime Minister expressed his strong views about Congress in a blog titled “When a handful of salt shook an Empire!”. Continue Reading
Congress leader Vijayashanti Saturday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging he was ruling like a dictator, making people fear ‘what bomb he will explode when’, an allusion to measures like demonetisation.
Rahul Gandhi alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was into ‘making two Indias’ – one where “only the rich are benefited and the other in which farmers who seek loan waiver with folded hands are let down.” Continue Reading
A BJP functionary says, “It is true that we are focusing more on Tamilnadu this time. We have stitched a grand alliance and are taking every step to win as many seats as possible.” Continue Reading
The ongoing political drama in Karnataka is expected to take a decisive turn today, as speculations are rife that some rebel Congress MLAs may resign from the Assembly in order to topple the Congress-JDS coalition government in the State.