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Punjabis, baniyas lobby for tickets

Ahead of the Assembly polls, the Punjabi and baniya lobbies in the city have joined hands seeking a share in BJP ticket distribution.

BJP rules out Kiran Bedi as CM candidate

Kiran Bedi

After a lot of speculation about the self-projection of former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, there is resentment among party workers and the top leadership.

BJP to flood mobile users with poll messages

In a bid to give Delhites a personal connect with Narendra Modi, the BJP will now bombard recorded voice messages across mobile phones assuring “good governance” for the city, appealing the receiver t

Rambir Shokeen dumps BJP at last moment

In a major embarrassment to the BJP, Rambir Shokeen, an Independent legislator from Mundka, who was expected to join the saffron brigade on Friday, backed off at the last moment.

Another poster questioning AAP chief’s Dubai trip

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Taking a cue from Aam Aadmi Party’s poster war, an anonymous party has launched a similar war against the party, where the poster is titled “Dilli ka Bhagoda (Delhi’s runaway leader)”.

BJP inducts 1,000 new members via phone

On the pretext of giving a “live demonstration” of its membership campaign, the BJP enrolled about 1,000 new members on Tuesday in one go.

BJP councillors eye big share in ticket allotment

Sitting BJP councillors in three municipal corporations in the city are eyeing a bigger share in distribution of tickets for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections.

Give missed call, get your area cleaned: BJP

Give a missed call and get your area cleaned this is BJP’s latest move to win over Delhiites ahead of the Assembly polls.

BJP to urge Haryana CM for flats on border

Khattar likely to announce Munak water release today

New norms for BJP members

Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhdhyay at the launch of a membership campaign aboard DTC buses in New Delhi. Bunny Smith

In a move to build a team of dedicated cadres, the BJP has set new targets for its primary members to become active members.

Earlier this month, energy minister Piyush Goyal announced that the proposed amendments to the Electricity Act, 2003, will allow consumers to exercise their choice to select the electricity supplier.

This may be Narendra Modi’s government, but India may be on its way to becoming Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s republic. The signs point that way.