BJP will become stronger, expand further under JP Nadda's leadership: Amit Shah
Nadda was elected unopposed as the BJP national president after he emerged as the only leader in the fray following the nomination process in which his candidature was endorsed by top party brass.
BJP set to get new president, Nadda likely to succeed Shah
Senior BJP leader Radha Mohan Singh, who is in charge of the party's organisationa...
BJP holds CEC meeting at party HQ
New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) held Central Election Commission meeting at party hea...
Modi at BJP HQ: Connect with people, expect no support from media
Slamming the opposition parties and the "ecosystem" backing them, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said those rejected by people in el...
Delhi Assembly polls: BJP announces 57 candidates, Kapil Mishra fielded from Model Town
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday declared the names of 57 candidates out of 70 for the next month's Delhi Assembly elections. Form...
RSS to activate its cadre on issues like CAA, to hold 30,000 meetings ahead of Delhi polls
A mass public contact and awareness programme would be launched in which over 30,000 neighbourhood meetings will be held across the city. The aim would also be to highlight the policies being pursued by the incumbent state government led by Arvind Kejriwal, sources said.
Opposition-ruled states set to junk NPR exercise
The meeting decided to observe January 23, the birth anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose, Republic Day and January 30, the martyrdom day of Mahatma Gandhi, as ‘defence of Indian Constitution days’.
Each vote cast for BJP is a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare: Sisodia
Claiming that the BJP is insulting the people of Delhi who are beneficiaries of pro-people policies "by calling them bikau or freeloaders", Sisodia said BJP leaders Amit Shah and J P Nadda should apologise to the people.
View: India's Modi is losing his political mojo
For the first time in years, the government of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is playing defense.
No BJP worker can incite violence: Nityanand Rai on JNU attack
"Bharatiya Janata Party believes in law and order. No worker or leader of BJP can think of such a thing or incite anyone. This is the work of the Communists, the Congress and Arvind Kejriwal," he said.
BJP committed to prepare Delhi manifesto through ‘Meri Dilli, Mera Sujhaav’ programme: Smriti Irani
While addressing a press conference in the national capital on January 03, Union Minister for Women and Child Development Smriti Irani spoke...
BJP-JD(U) start seat sharing exercise ahead of Bihar polls
Sources claim that both parties can agree to contest the poll on 50-50 (equal number of) seats on the lines of the Lok Sabha elections. There are 243 seats in the Bihar Assembly. In the last Assembly elections, the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and the BJP contested separately, whereas before that in 2010, both the parties contested together.
Prepared for Delhi polls: Congress
The polls to the 70-member Delhi Assembly will take place on February 8 and the results will be declared on February 11, the Election Commission announced on Monday. "We are prepared and will run an aggressive campaign, which will compare the works done by the Congress under Sheila Dikshit and the current Kejriwal government in Delhi," Kirti Azad said.
Akhilesh should stay in Pak to understand atrocities being faced by Hindus: UP BJP chief
"Akhilesh should stay in Pakistan for one month and pray in Hindu temples, then he will have first hand experience of atrocities committed on Hindus in Pakistan," the state BJP chief Swatantra Dev Singh said.
Next move on deportation of Rohingya refugees: Union Minister
"The CAA has been implemented in Jammu and Kashmir the day it was passed (by Parliament). There are no 'ifs' and 'buts', by implementation (of the CAA in Jammu and Kashmir), what would happen here is that the next move would be in relation to (the deportation) of Rohingyas," Jitendra Singh
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