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‘Wrong’ to interpret Obama’s religious freedom remarks on NDA govt: BJP

Congress’ attack came in the wake of Obama making a strong pitch for religious tolerance.


PDP, BJP government likely in J&K as both seal RS seat-sharing deal

The BJP has fielded its party veterans who have either worked with the RSS or the Jansangh and even served jail term during Emergency.


BJP’s bandh call demanding Mani’s resignation hit life in Kerala

BJP took out marches in all assembly constituencies demanding Mani’s resignation.


Membership drive of BJP hits minority hurdle in state

‘Muslim leaders tell members to join any party except BJP’


Track-II talks with BJP on: PDP patron Mufti Sayeed

Mufti made it clear that he will not “sell out people’s verdict, but join hands with them for their welfare”.

Former RLD leader, AAP member join BJP

Harsh Vardhan said, “We welcome them and I think their presence will further boost our campaign.”


Healthcare in Sangam Vihar is tale of a long, 50-yard gap

Sangam Vihar still doesn’t have even one government health centre with beds or inpatient facilities.


BJP to go knocking on doors

Letter of appeal in hand Exercise aimed to gauge the mood of voters ahead of polls

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BJP launches ‘Selfie with Narendra Modi’ to woo young voters in Delhi

The first such ‘Selfie with Modi’ booth was on Saturday inaugurated by BJP President Amit Shah at Central Delhi’s Khan Market.


Jagdish Mukhi out, autos sport Kejriwal versus Bedi now

New posters with Kiran Bedi on them have been plastered on auto-rickshaws across the city.


Will urge PM, FM to raise import duty on steel to curb Chinese ‘dumping’: Minister

Tomar was speaking at the inauguration of  INDINOX 2015, the world’s biggest integrated stainless steel exhibition.


US helped India probe Mumbai terror attacks, says ex-envoy

David C Mulford confirmed that gadgets used by the terrorists were traced to Pakistan.


J&K govt formation: PDP confirms ‘track two’ talks with BJP in progress

Mufti Sayeed has said that he was not interested in becoming CM, but wanted to clear the bad name brought by militants to the people of Kashmir.


All parties love this illegal colony: Its people don’t count, their votes do

The Indian Express reporter Ashutosh Bhardwaj moves into Asia’s largest unauthorised colony to track the battle for the capital.


Gandhi-return landmarks in Mumbai fast becoming history

The Mahatma’s great-grandson Tushar Gandhi points out that many places have been lost to history.