RSS has nothing to do with this group: VHP
A day after 'Pinky' Chaudhary, head of Hindutva organistion Hindu Raksha Dal, released a video claiming responsibility for the JNU vandalism, the Sangh Parivar distanced itself from the group.
Read Rushdie's book to know about Nehru-Gandhis: BJP on Savarkar book
The book "Veer Savarkar, Kitne 'Veer'?" questioned Savarkar's patriotis...
Savarkar’s grandson seeks action from Maha CM Thackeray on controversial booklet
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s grandson Ranjit Savarkar on Janua...
Dirt in their mind: Shiv Sena on Congress booklet targeting Savarkar
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut targeted Congress over a Seva Dal booklet's titled "Veer Savarkar, Kitne 'Veer'?" that questions and dishonours freedom fighter VD Savarkar's patriotism and valour. The booklet also claims that Savarkar and Mahatma Gandhi's killer Nathuram Godse were in a physical relationship.
Never referred to Nathuram Godse as patriot: Pragya Thakur
"I want to say only what I do for the country. On November 27, during discussion on SPG (Amendment) Bill, I did not call Nathuram Godse a patriot (desh bhakt), I did not even take his name. Still if someone is hurt, I express my regret and apologise," Bhopal MP Pragya Thakur she said in Lok Sabha around 3.00 pm.
Pragya Thakur tenders apology in Lok Sabha for her remarks on Nathuram Godse
Pragya Thakur created a controversy on Wednesday with her remarks in the Lower House of Parliament during DMK member A Raja's narration of a statement by Nathuram Godse before a court on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi.
Pragya Thakur refers to Nathuram Godse as 'deshbhakt' in Lok Sabha
When DMK member A Raja cited a statement of Godse on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi during a discussion on the Special Protection Group (Amendment) Bill, Thakur interrupted and said, "You cannot give example of a deshbhakt."
Speaker indicates complaint against Rahul Gandhi sent to privilege committee
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Friday indicated that a breach of privilege complaint filed by BJP member Pragya Thakur against Congress' Rahul Gandhi for calling her a terrorist has been sent to the privilege committee.
Pragya Thakur hails Nathuram Godse in Lok Sabha calls him a deshbhakt
NEW DELHI: BJP member Pragya Thakur referred to Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse as a "deshbhakt" during a debate in Lok Sabha, trig...
Lok Sabha ethics panel may take up Pragya Thakur issue today
The committee will have its second meeting in the current Lok Sabha on Monday to discuss the code of conduct for members in the House. “This is the first meeting on formulation of code of conduct for MPs. We are expecting to initiate a discussion in that direction,” BJP’s Vinod Sonkar, chairman of the committee, told ET.
For BJP, GDP is 'Godse Divisive Politics': Randeep Surjewala
The Congress on Friday took a swipe at the BJP government over the GDP growth falling to 4.5 per cent, and said this is the lowest GDP recor...
Do whatever you want: Rahul Gandhi to BJP on calling Pragya Thakur ‘terrorist’
Congress Leader and MP Rahul Gandhi on November 29 reacted on BJP MP Nishikant Dubey demanding to bring privilege motion against him for cal...
BJP MP demands privilege motion against Rahul Gandhi for remarks against Pragya
When Congress members were seeking an unconditional apology from Thakur, Nishikant Dubey urged the Speaker to allow a privilege motion against Rahul Gandhi for allegedly dubbing a sitting MP as a terrorist.
I stand by my statement terming Pragya Thakur 'terrorist': Rahul Gandhi
"Yes, I stand by my statement. What I have written on Twitter, I stand by it. Yes," Congress leader Rahul Gandhi told reporters when asked if he stood by his statement calling BJP MP Pragya Thakur a "terrorist". He also claimed that Thakur believes in violence, the way Nathuram Godse did.
Godse controversy: Pragya Thakur tenders apology in Lok Sabha for her remarks
BJP MP Pragya Thakur on Friday tendered an apology in Lok Sabha for her remarks on Nathuram Godse. The Bhopal MP also said she was dubbed as...
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