RASHTRIYA JANATA DAL
'Nitish is fine, why think of anyone else' : New JD(U) poster
The posters with the message 'Kyon karen vichar, theeke to hai Nitish Kumar'and a large picture of the smiling Bihar chief minister have been put up outside the JD(U) state headquarters since Sunday.
Bhagwat's quota comment creates unease in BJP
At least two BJP Rajya Sabha members told IANS on the condition of anonymity that the comment w...
View: India has a moral responsibility towards religious minorities
It is a well-documented fact by several international organisations, incl...
Share market update: Fertilizer stocks down; Basant Agro slips 4%
The NSE Nifty50 index was trading 11.75 points up at 12098.45.
Janata Dal (United) to go it alone in Jharkhand assembly polls
Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in Jharkhand by the end of this year.
CAB will not be implemented in Kerala, says Chief Minister
The Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) also held a protest against the CAB and various other issues, including price hike of essential commodities, in front of the state Secretariat, which was inaugurated by leader of the opposition in the state assembly Ramesh Chennithala.
No alliance with Congress, BJP for Karnataka bypolls, both not trustworthy: H D Deve Gowda
In an interview, the former prime minister said JD(S) would contest the bypolls to fill 15 vacancies in Karnataka Assembly alone and "certainly maintain equidistance" from the Congress and the BJP.
India hits back at Imran Khan for criticising Citizens (Amendment) Bill
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the persecution of the religious minorities in Pakistan flows from the country's Constitution and its "draconian" blasphemy laws.
Left parties to organise joint nationwide protest against Citizenship Bill on Dec 19
The Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)-Liberation, All India Forward Bloc and the Revolutionary Socialist Party, in a joint statement, alleged that the bill was completely violative of the Constitution and aimed at destroying the secular democratic foundations of India.
Good man with 'Lalten': Lalu's biopic to release in February, Yash Kumar to play lead role
The biopic is titled 'Lalten', the symbol of Lalu's political party.
Tejashwi slams CM Nitish over health infrastructure in Bihar
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on September 20 slammed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over deteriorated health index. S...
Biju Janata Dal's Savitri Agarwalla wins Patkura bypoll
Bijoy Mohapatra, a founder member of the BJD, has lost every election since he left the party nearly two decades ago.
Citizenship bill will benefit 1.5 crore people; 50% are SC, STs: RSS sources
The Citizenship Amendment Bill which seeks to give citizenship to non-Muslims from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan was passed by Lok Sabha on Tuesday and was being discussed in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. Those persecuted Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists who have been staying in the country for a decade will benefit.
HC transfers all Aircel-Maxis scam cases involving Chidambarams to Special judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar
All pending matters related to this case will be handled over to Special Judge Kuhar from October 1, since judge Saini is getting retired at the end of September.
Two states, many lessons: What the verdict means
The less-than-impressive saffron show just when it had seemed “unreachable” by a big distance is a tribute to the tenacity of the “local” — short-hand for personalities and factors that influence choices at the grassroots.
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