Bilkis said that her agony has been “deeper” because the convicts were her neighbours in Randhikpur village in the tribal belt of Dahod
The former R&AW chief, with years of experience working in Kashmir, feels the situation there has never been as bad as it is now
Many in the BJP expressed “surprise” that the CBI pushed its case against the veteran BJP leaders at a time when the party is ruling the Centre and Uttar Pradesh.
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“When Narendra Modi was Chief Minister, the BJP had won 128 seats (in 2002 elections). Now, when he is Prime Minister, how many seats can the BJP win?” Shah asked.
Identity politics, the leader said, will dominate the next Lok Sabha election.
Following the elections, and the shifting of Manohar Parrikar to Goa, the buzz has been all about the reshuffle and the selection of UP’s chief minister.
The party cup of joy was brimming over, leader after leader hailing them for the stunning victory in Uttar Pradesh.
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At the end of two roadshows, it is clear that Varanasi’s residents have a number of diverse expectations of Modi.
The election rallies of the BSP leader are like no other in Uttar Pradesh. They are attended by those at the very bottom of the caste and economic pyramid.
"Although votes in my village will be divided in this election, most villagers will vote for Modi once more in 2019, because he is good for India."
"This is an election of the youth. People with progressive views are supporting me; this election is all about people's disillusionment with the Modi government. People are feeling hopeless that the BJP government."
Next door to district HQ, Karsada villagers allege caste discrimination in distribution of benefits.
Kalikho Pul had allegedly committed suicide in Itanagar on August 9.
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Amit Shah also said he thinks the BJP is up against the BSP as well in certain areas of the state.
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In the process, this former chief minister of UP also ensures that his voters know how he has handled the Home Ministry in New Delhi with an iron hand.