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BJP may replace Orissa unit chief

Amidst growing pressure from its Orissa unit, BJP central leadership is expected to replace state unit chief K.V.

BJP to monitor MPs’ work in constituencies

Not just their performance inside Parliament, BJP MPs’ performance in their constituencies will also be reviewed by the party’s top brass, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has always advise

No storm can bend us: Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets BJP president Amit Shah at the party’s national council meet. PTI

At BJP meet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says there will be zero tolerance of violence

BJP stress on House etiquette

“There is no question of any minister trying to cling to his or her post. This has been a practice in Bharatiya Janata Party since Vajpayee days,” a BJP functionary said.

BJP plans MPs’ ‘report cards’

In his bid to make BJP MPs perform better in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning “report cards” on his legislators.

BJP to bank on development in J&K

Alliance with Sajjad Lone’s People Conference likely in Assembly polls

Ministers to visit BJP headquarters every day

Narendra Modi

From next week, BJP ministers in Narendra Modi’s government will start interacting with party workers at the party’s headquarters.

BJP minister told to be in touch with people

BJP ministers will be spending two hours — 4 pm to 6 pm — at the BJP headquarters at 11, Ashoka Road to interact with party workers.

CM wants own man for MP chief

Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Apprehending that the new BJP chief would take an independent assessment of the ground situation in the state, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had tried to lobby for Nand Kumar Si

Amit Shah: Go all out to defend government

 New BJP President Amit Shah being felicitated by Gujarat Chief Minister Aanadiben Patel and other party leaders -PTI

BJP to get new team soon

With the foreign secretary level talks between India and Pakistan being iced due to the meeting between Kashmiri separatists and the Pakistani high commissioner, it may be worth recalling an episode from contemporaneous history.

As the old saying goes, “Can you say ‘boo’ to a goose?” Well, in India, we don’t waste our precious time booing geese. We reserve our boos for chief ministers. Each time the Prime Minister steps out to attend important functions in states that are still hanging on to their own non-BJP leaders (with time bombs ticking away), the crowds make sure nobody but Narendra Modi is heard.