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Modi’s Ram chant energises Sangh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made Vijay Dashami a “very special” day for Sangh Parivar cadres and Hindutva votaries and has set the tone for the coming Uttar Pradesh elections.

Vasundhara Raje’s meeting with Amit Shah to mend ties?

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje (Photo: AP)

Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje met BJP president Amit Shah amid speculation that the latter was miffed with her for her government’s recent decision to demolish encroachment inside the famou

Has BJP’s dalit card failed in UP?

Feedback received by the RSS on its dalit outreach programmes show that though the BJP is the “second biggest claimant” for dalit votes, and is also perceived to be “visibly doing lot of work” for the

RSS body backs asylum to Brahumdagh Bugti

Taking forward the Modi government’s proxy war against Pakistan, an RSS think tank on Saturday organised a seminar on Balochistan to assert that India’s stand on it is “not a political position” but “

Eye on state polls: Centre highlights schemes for minorities

The minority affairs ministry on Thursday launched its ambitious “Progressive Panchayat” programme to highlight and promote the Centre’s initiatives and schemes for minorities.

BJP sends a positive message to minorities

Invoking Sangh Parivar ideologue Deendayal Upadhyay, the BJP on Sunday sent a positive message to dalits, minorities and marginalised from Kozhikode and in a way spelt out its strategy for the coming

BJP to teach its leaders how to counter Opposition

Perturbed by the oft-repeated “anti-dalit” barbs by the Opposition, BJP top leadership will be holding a workshop for party leaders to give them lesson in “properly handling” and “deftly countering” O

Onam feast awaits PM at BJP’s Kerala meet from September 23

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

The “grand traditional feast” Onasadhya awaits BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in the coastal city of Kozhikode in Kerala.

BJP in a fix as MP governor tenure nears end

With Ram Naresh Yadav’s tenure as Madhya Pradesh’s governor coming to an end earlier this week, there seems to be an unease in the ruling BJP in the state.

Saffron artistes’ nukkad nataks to counter Left

Anupam Kher

To counter Left dominance in targeting “sectarianism” and their perceived prevalence in highlighting social issues through nukkad nataks (street plays,) pro-saffron actors, theatre personalities and f

Myanmar’s most powerful leader Aung San Suu Kyi might have chosen China as her first port of call after her party assumed office in March, but her recent four-day visit to India has been historic in t

The titles of books often reflect the state of world. Thus The Scramble for China and India Conquered relate to the history of China and India.