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  • Man washes BJP MP Nishikant Dubey’s feet, drinks used water

    Godda: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament (MP) Nishikant Dubey has found himself at the centre of controversy after a party worker washed the parlimentarian’s feet and drank the used water thereafter. The incident took place on Sunday when the MP from Jharkhand’s Godda visited Kanhavara village of his constituency to announce the construction of a bridge. Onlookers filmed the episode, which was also shared by Dubey on his Facebook page, however,

  • People fed up with ‘Modinomics’: Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress on Monday blasted the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) for claiming to remain in power for the next 50 years and lamented that the Modi government sought to brazen it out instead of responding to the concerns of ordinary citizens reflected in the instant response to the Bharat Bandh call of the opposition parties.

  • Democracy under assault

    Hardly anyone is aware today that in Britain there existed a party called the British Union of Fascists (BUF) whose members were known as the Black Shirts. The BUF had its genesis in 1932, mainly due to the overzealous efforts of a Member of the British Parliament, Sir Oswald Emald Mosley (1896-1980). The BUF had its sway for about four years until it was banned through the Public Order Act of 1936.

  • Moderate Atal rose on base built by hardliner Advani

    New Delhi : Atal Bihari Vajpayee was often described as the “mukhauta”, the agreeable and affable mask presented by the Bhartiya Janata Party to the outside world. If that were so, the real face behind it was that of L K Advani, the original mass hero of Hindutva.

  • Ujjain: BJP’s stalwarts take stock of preparations for ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’

    Ujjain: Preparations for the BJP’s highly pushy Jan Ashirwad Yatra were reviewed by Union minister Narendra singh Tomar on Tuesday along with other stalwart leaders of the party. The BJP will begin canvassing for the upcoming assembly elections through this ‘yatra,’ in the poll bound state on Saturday from Nanakheda Stadium.

  • Bhopal: Simiriya BJP MLA files complaint against BJP ‘local minister’

    Bhopal: The BJP MLA from Simiriya has filed the complaint against the ‘local minister’ of her same party to the IG Rewa.  In the complaint she has alleged that the minister is giving life threat to her family, because they are opposing illegal sand mining.

  • BJP leader Saroj Pandey calls Rahul Gandhi ‘mentally unstable’

    Durg: A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Durg in Chhattisgarh has called Congress president Rahul Gandhi “mentally weak”. Durg MP, Saroj Pandey made the comments in response to Rahul’s remark on Coca-Cola’s founder.

  • BJP revamps its cyber team to take on Cong

     New Delhi : With the Congress catching up on the social media that was otherwise the BJP’s forte in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Bhartiya Janata Party has revamped its social media team to launch a new cyber warfare with the help of its foot soldiers becoming active in every district.

  • BJP pulled down J&K govt for failure of own ministers

    Sources said a RSS report had nailed the lie of the BJP’s repeated claim that the development works were on course in both Jammu and Ladakh regions and saw no problems from the side of Mehbooba Mufti.

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    History will never forgive BJP for its greed in Jammu and Kashmir, says Shiv Sena   

    Mumbai: In a vitriolic attack on the BJP, the Shiv Sena today charged that the saffron party opted out of power in Jammu and Kashmir after spreading anarchy, and said history will never forgive the party for its “greed”. When the BJP failed to check terrorism and violence in the northern state it pinned blame on the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the Sena said comparing the move to the way Britishers “decamped”

  • J-K: BJP ends alliance

    BJP General Secretary announced the decision taken by PM Modi and BJP President Amit Shah after a 3-hour long meeting by the latter with the deputy CM & ministers summoned to Delhi.

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    Strategy over four issues that may mar BJP’s victory march

    New Delhi : The RSS leadership has identified four issues that the Bhartiya Janata Party will have to tackle to win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in a 5-day long closed-door brainstorming session of the BJP’s central and state organising general secretaries that concluded in the Surajkund holiday resort near Delhi on Monday. All these organising general secretaries are basically borrowed by the BJP from the RSS to run its show.

  • Congress failed to lure Indore district farmers, says Kailash Vijayvargiya

    Indore: Bhartiya Janata Party on Wednesday said 20,000 farmers will take part in the rally to show support for Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 8. The BJP has named the rally as ‘Kisan Yatra’ in which farmers from Indore district will express support for government and its policies on farmers’ welfare.

  • Bhopal: BJP sympathisers in Congress panels, allege young leaders

    Bhopal: The young leaders of Congress attending a training programme for spokespersons and panelists on Sunday, leveled allegations of the party obliging people, who are connected to the BJP. These people, handing memorandum to state in-charge Deepak Babaria, claimed that Abbas Hafiz Khan, Asha Jain and Avnish Bundela who have been appointed as panelists have affiliation to BJP.

  • Guv must invite coalition: Cong

    Cutgoing CM Siddaramaiah, senior Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Mallikarjuna Kharge along with JD(S) state Chief H D Kumaraswamy met Governor Rudabhai Vala and submitted a letter seeking an opportunity to form the government.

  • Karnataka verdict makes Congress’ task tougher for 2019 Lok Sabha elections

    New Delhi : The results of Karnataka assembly polls must have came as a disappointment for the Congress party and its ambitions for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, but it can take some solace from the fact that it was able to deny the Bhartiya Janata Party an outright victory in the crucial southern state.

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    Prakash Raj: Bollywood hasn’t offered me a role since I started criticising PM Narendra Modi

    South actor Prakash Raj who is known for solid performances in South as well as Hindi film has recently said that Bollywood industry has boycotted him. Yes, the ‘Dabangg 2’ actor told a web portal that since October last year, Hindi film industry side-lined him as he started criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).