Virbhadra accuses BJP of playing divisive politics

Virbhadra Singh while addressing the concluding function of 'Sankalp Diwas', accused BJP of playing divisive politics.

PM Modi visited 92 Nations in 55 months, Centre spends over ₹2,021 cr on...

According to Centre government, more than ₹2,021 crore were spent on chartered flights, maintenance of aircraft and hotline facilities during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visits...

Gujarat’s connection with modi to help BJP in upcoming elections : Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Gujarat Education & Revenue Minister has said that Gujarat's connection with Narendra Modi will help BJP win the upcoming elections.

JD(U) not breaking alliance with BJP; to contest 2019 polls under NDA

Putting an end to all speculations, the Janata Dal (U) has made it clear that it will not part ways with the BJP and...
MCD elections 2017

Rajasthan Polls: 189 women in the electoral race, highest in last 10 years

A total of 189 women candidates, including 23 from the Bhartiya Janta Party and 27 from the Indian National Congress are in the fray...

BJP releases manifesto in Chhattisgarh, makes promises for farmers and backward classes

BJP president Amit Shah along with the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh released the party’s manifesto for the forthcoming state assembly election on Saturday. The...

President Election sees 99 percent voter turnaround

President Election 2017 saw voters turnaround of 99% on Monday. The results will be announced on 20th July.

TDP-BJP coalition in danger? Recent developments suggest so

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister on Saturday hinted at all not going well within the TDP-BJP alliance. CM N Chandrababu Naidu vocalized his displeasure...

Monsoon Session of Parliament: updates of third day

The third day of the monsoon session was also adjourned after a stormy protest by the opposition and no important business being discussed.

9th edition of Delhi Dialogue on India-ASEAN ties begins from tomorrow

India-ASEAN relations and ways to further strengthen the ties will be the main agenda at a two-day annual dialogue beginning tomorrow.