Trinamul Congress supremo and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s move to go it alone in West Bengal is being resisted by a large section of her party MPs.
By taking on the BJP’s Narendra Modi on his home turf in Gujarat, and in New Delhi, the AAP seemed to have stolen the thunder from the Congress.
Congress spokesperson Shashi Tharoor, welcoming the AAP’s exposure of the Modi government in Gujarat, said: “If AAP, a voice other than Congress, has been showing the deficiencies of Gujarat, exposing
Six years have passed since the Batla House encounter but even today the memories continue to trouble Sanjarpur, a Muslim-dominated village nearly 25 kilometres from Azamgarh.
With Dr Murli Manohar Joshi reluctant to vacate the Varanasi Lok Sabha seat, the issue of BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi contesting from Uttar Pradesh is still unclear.
Heavy police presence, shops with shutters down, small groups of men whispering to each other early Thursday morning at Mohammadpur, in Lalgunj Lok Sabha constituency, was a clear sign of an uneasy ca
In caste-ridden Uttar Pradesh, despite the visible impact of BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi, crossing 30 Lok Sabha berths could still be a long march ahead for the lotus brigade.
As you travel around Allahabad and nearby dalit villages the one sentiment you pick strongly is that Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) is certainly not the flavour of the season.
Nearly seven kilometres from Civil Lines in Allahabad city is the sacred Triveni Sangam — the confluence of three rivers — Ganga, Yamuna and mythic Saraswati river.
With Parliament over, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s “IT team”, with its headquarters at Gandhinagar in Gujarat, has intensified the lotus brigade’s first-ever “pan-India hi-tech camp