The RSS wouldn't have received this much attention - including the hours-long live coverage - to its programme and speech of Mohan Bhagwat even if the invitee was President Ram Nath Kovind.
While eight of the BJP's candidates have been election to the Upper House, Adityanath is trying to drum up support to ensure the party's ninth candidate Anil Agarwal is elected as well. Akhilesh, meanwhile, has assured support of SP's extra votes to BSP nominee Bhimrao Ambedkar.
Besides Udayamurthy and many other personas who inspired Kamal, people involved in his programmes revealed he will be projecting an image that is a mixture of late Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam and Barack Obama.
The ability of the right wing bandwagon to polarize the whole of Karnataka on communal lines is in doubt.
The first part draft NRC, published Sunday midnight, has names of about 1.90 crore persons out of a total of 3.29 crore applicants, with Sailesh, the Registrar-General of India saying that only those names have been included in it whose document verifications were completed and citizenship established.
The 2G verdict will be a strong weapon for the DMK in its attempt to recapture power in the state whenever elections are held, as it is now free of the corruption charges.
A top source in Dinakaran camp said they never wanted to release the video of Jayalalithaa which was shot by Sasikala during the treatments in Apollo Hospital.
The decline in number of seats won in Gujarat by the BJP, despite the aggressive campaign of a popular PM Modi, a Gujarati and a son of the soil president in Amit Shah, is another cause of concern for it.
As per data from the Sebi, and AMFI, Gujarat, at 54.4 lakh, has the country’s second largest population of registered investors (after Maharashtra), and is third (after Maharashtra and Delhi) in terms of investments in equity schemes of mutual funds.
Till men become a part of the conversation about women, Nirbhayas can never really be without fear.
On Monday, Singh shocked the BJP with an unusually combative response to the PM’s accusation of the Congress conspiring with Pakistan. He strongly criticised Modi for the "falsehood and canards being spread to score political points" and sought nothing less than an apology from him.
Among men, road injury was the third individual cause of health loss in 2016 as against the tenth leading cause in 1990. Non-communicable diseases and injuries are contributing to overall disease burden. There is rapid urbanisation and more traffic on the roads is a reality that cannot be wished away.
Unlike in the past, the campaign in the Gujarat 2017 elections has several unusual features. Here are the most significant.
The original demand of the Patidar stir was to get reservation under the OBC category. However, Hardik Patel's deal with Congress is about providing constitutional reservation to non-reserved communities that will be 'at par with OBC'
Any attack on the Karni Sena is interpreted as an attack on Rajputs – following its lead, dozens of organisations, including those from other communities, have supported the call to ban the movie.
Sources said that the Gujarat assembly polls, scheduled for next month and the Lok Sabha polls in 2019 are in being kept in mind.
The Home Ministry, run by the Nepali Congress Party, has been generously releasing 'discretionary funds' for individuals with political access, ostensibly for medical treatment. The cumulative figure released has crossed Over Rs 500 million.
This year's high voter turnout broke the 2003 record of 74.5 per cent, a positive signal for the BJP which the party has been seeking by making anti-incumbency as poll issue, apart from corruption and mafia raj.
Delhi needs 11,000 new buses, as per an affidavit DTC has submitted to the court. Moreover, DTC has an existing fleet of 3,951 buses of which 21% are 'over-aged' and need to be withdrawn by next year
After reports that 70 children died at Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur in the first five days of this month, rekindling the August horror, the government is planning steps to strengthen medical and health services at the periphery