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Jitan Ram Manjhi meets PM Modi for likely tieup talk

Jitan Ram Manjhi

It’s not Sushil Modi, but Narendra Modi, with whom former Bihar chief minister and mahadalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi seems comfortable in having poll-related deliberations.

Hindutva forces give opposition ammo

It were “achchhe din” that Narendra Modi had promised and his government took many initiatives towards it but many feel that with an RSS pracharak leading the country, Hindutva forces grew and diverte

Kerala BJP wary of Gopi’s star power?

Actor keen to join party

Six vie for 3 Chhattisgarh Cabinet posts

The BJP central leadership might have given a go-ahead for the Cabinet expansion in Chhattisgarh but chief minister Raman Singh is now facing a problem of plenty.

Amit Shah meets RSS leaders, Nitin Gadkari next

Amit Shah discusses party, government with RSS (Photo: PTI)

Two days after former BJP president and Union home minister Rajnath Singh’s meeting with the RSS top brass, it was BJP president Amit Shah who met senior Sangh leaders, including RSS chief Mohan Bhagw

In poll-bound Bihar, BJP cadres get campaign duty

In poll-bound Bihar, BJP cadres involved in the “Sampark Abhiyaan” have an additional responsibility, to also campaign for the coming Assembly elections.

Eye on polls, BJP begins ‘booth pravasi’ scheme

In politically-crucial Uttar Pradesh, where Bharatiya Janata Party is unlikely to repeat its Lok Sabha election’s performance, the saffron party is busy setting up an army of party workers, which will

BJP’s next big push in Northeast

Like Kashmir, the Sangh Parivar’s plan for the Northeast focuses on development and a message that the region is an integral part of the country.

Immigrants key issue for BJP in Northeast

While the BJP has already made it clear that the issue of illegal immigrants is going to be one of the key points in its agenda for the region, lack of basic infrastructure, corruption and connecting

Why Ratna for Mother before Ambedkar: RSS

Suggesting that Dr B.R.

The dust is beginning to settle on an extraordinary election result in the UK.

Pakistan’s ludicrous charge that India’s spy agency RAW is behind the Karachi attack on the Ismaili community maybe laughed out of court here, given that the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed re