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‘Trinamul is supporting terrorists in West Bengal’

A file photo of Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

For the Bharatiya Janata Party, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamul Congress is turning West Bengal into a “land of jihadis” where terrorist and anarchist forces “feel at home”.

Vasundhara Raje and Shivraj Singh Chouhan rivals flourish in BJP wins

O.P Mathur and Vijayvargiya’s successful leadership may give the duo a boost in party ranks

RSS wants BJP to patch up with Shiv Sena, reject NCP offer

Transport minister Nitin Gadkari and BJP president Amit Shah after their meeting in New Delhi on Monday.  	— PTI

BJP MLAs in Haryana may pick new leader on Tuesday

Amit Shah strategy, PM Modi charisma win the day

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda calls on governor Kaptan Singh Solanki (left) at Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh— PTI

The Haryana assembly election results only reconfirmed the oft-repeated statements that BJP chief Amit Shah is the party’s master strategist and the “NaMo wave” is “still surging high”.

Devendra Fadnavis leads BJP race for Maharashtra CM

Maharashtra BJP President Devendra Fadnavis files nomination for the upcoming Assembly Elections in Nagpur. -PTI

2 states vote today; BJP not too sure in Haryana, Abhimanyu tipped for CM

‘Voters gave us India, now we want Maharashtra’

Rajnath Singh

It’s a “mahaparivartan” that the BJP is promising in Maharashtra.

BJP hopes development, not caste, guides voters’ minds

BJP poll managers are confident that if it could bag seven seats out of 10 in the general elections, it could repeat its performance in the Assembly elections as well

BJP manifesto today or tomorrow

The BJP is in a dilemma as whether to reiterate its position on a separate Vidarbha in its manifesto for Maharashtra or to put out feelers to Shiv Sena, with whom it ended its 25-year-old alliance in

BJP plans to go door to door

In Maharashtra, the BJP is not relying solely on its star campaigner Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but also on door-to-door campaigning to make sure that voting percentage increases, which, in turn, w

RSS likely to replace ‘too soft’ pracharaks

The forthcoming ‘Diwali baithak’ could see some of its pracharaks in key states being replaced

When our public sector is much in news whether it involves privatisation or disinvestment, it is worth recalling whether they are good corporate citizens, especially when they are monopolies.

How many deaths will it take to realise that too many young women in their prime have needlessly died?