Mamata insulting Constitution by not accepting me as PM, says Modi

Addressing a rally here, Modi said “Didi (Banerjee) is publicly saying that she is not ready to accept the country’s PM as the head of the nation, but she feels proud in acknowleding Pakistan PM as that country’s Prime Minister.” Continue Reading

Ready to back Rahul as PM, says Kejriwal

“If Delhi is granted statehood, we would support Congress president Rahul Gandhi to become Prime Minister,” said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejiriwal today. Hitting out at the Centre, he alleged, police force and other important government agencies in the union territory are being governed by the Centre. “To avoid it, I want Delhi to gain statehood status and it has been the primary demand of Aam Admi Party,” Kejriwal said. Continue Reading

Arun Jaitley hits out at Gandhi family

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today accused the Gandhi family of misusing India’s Naval assets, day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi levelled similar accusations against late prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. Continue Reading

General elections 2019: Priyanka Gandhi not to contest against Modi

The Congress today fielded Ajay Rai from Varanasi to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ending speculation on party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra fighting polls from the temple town in Uttar Pradesh. Continue Reading

Centre ensured funds reached poor: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today insisted that his government has taken measures to weed out middlemen from the system to ensure that the ‘entire funds flowing from the Centre percolates to the poor.’ Continue Reading

Rafale: Rahul in trouble as Supreme Court seeks explanation for remarks on Modi

The Supreme Court today accused Congress president Rahul Gandhi for misquoting its judgement on Rafale verdict and has provided a weeks’ time (next Monday) to give an explanation before the cantempt case charged against him will be heard next Tuesday. Continue Reading

CPI hails SC order on leaked Rafale documents

“Truth has to be found out now,” said CPI national secretary D Raja, hailing the Supreme Court order allowing leaked Rafale documents to be relied upon by petitioners seeking review its judgment. Continue Reading