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New 'events' platform on NaMo App to inform users of BJP rallies, gatherings within 25 Kms
A new "Events Platform" has been introduced on the NaMo App on Tuesday by BJP under which people can get information about various events, rallies or gatherings of the party in their area for participation in the same. The events would pop up on a map within 25 kilometers of the current geographical location of the user and on zooming out.
BJP bringing in 'outsiders' for campaigning in Delhi polls: Arvind Kejriwal
"They are bringing 200 MPs, 70 ministers and 11 chief ministers b...
Nitish, PK in public spat as CM links him to Shah
After JDU supported the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act in both Houses of Parliament,...
India likely to raise import duties on more than 50 items in Budget
India plans to increase import duties on more than 50 items, targeting about $56 bn worth of Chinese imports.
PM Modi’s nationalism masks a bad economy, protesters say
About 30% of Indian youth aged 15-29 are not in employment, education or training.
Gujarat MLAs’ angst against Vijay Rupani govt worry for BJP
After Savli MLA Ketan Inamdar was pacified by the state party president Jitu Vaghani, it was the turn of the Waghodiya legislator Madhu Shrivastav to come out in the open and express his angst against the party and Gujarat government on Friday.
‘Caste-based politics will not work in Delhi’: CM Kejriwal slams BJP
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said they only do caste-based pol...
Parliamentary panel invites comments on personal data protection bill
Those who want to submit their views must do so in three weeks. The submissions would form part of the records of the committee and will be treated as confidential, the notice said. Those who wish to appear before the committee can indicate that in the submission.
Will decide next course of action depending on Nitish Kumar's reply: Pavan Varma
The former diplomat has drifted from the JD(U) over its support to the amended citizenship law and the national population register exercise, as he has often claimed that these measures along with the national citizenship register, which is on the BJP's agenda, are divisive for the country.
Lessons on RSS for Cadres in Congress Pathshala
A capsule on the ideology of ruling Bhartiya Janata Party’s think tank Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh took newly appointed district level congress leaders for a surprise during the ongoing induction camp here in Rae Bareli.
BJP govt going back on Dushyant Chautala’s promises: Congress
Besides, the new coalition government had set up a ‘common minimum programme’ committee under state home minister Anil Vij in November last year, but it has had just one meeting so far. No ‘common minimum programme’ document has been drawn up so far.
BJP holds CEC meeting at party HQ
New Delhi, Jan 16 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) held Central Election Commission meeting at party headquarters on January 16. Home Min...
Delhi polls: Congress releases 2nd list of candidates; fields Romesh Sabharwal from New Delhi against Arvind Kejriwal
Apart from Sabharwal, the other candidates in the list are Raminder Singh Bamrah from Tilak Nagar seat, Rocky Tuseed from Rajinder Nagar, Pramod Kumar Yadav from Badarpur, Amareesh Goutham from Kondli (SC) seat, Bhisham Sharma from Ghonda and Arbind Singh from Karawal Nagar seat.
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 organisational poll process, said that nominations for the national president's election will be filed on January 20, and a contest will take place the next day if required.
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