Madhya Pradesh political crisis: Cops detain Digvijaya Singh for trying to meet rebel Congress MLAs in Bengaluru
As the police tried to convince him, the former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijay Singh said, "It is my right to meet my Congress MLAs. I don't want to meet the BJP MLAs. I want to meet the Congress MLAs. People have voted them as Congress MLAs, not as BJP MLAs."
SC seeks response from Madhya Pradesh govt on BJP's plea seeking immediate floor test; matter to be heard at 10.30 am today
The Supreme Court has asked the Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh to give by Wednesday its response to former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's plea seeking a direction for an immediate floor test in the Assembly
Madhya Pradesh govt razes portion of resort owned by BJP leader, considered key figure in alleged MLA poaching bid
The Umaria district administration on Saturday demolished an encroachment in a resort owned by BJP MLA Sanjay Pathak, who is said to be a key figure in the poaching row in the Congress-ruled Madhya Pradesh
Kamal Nath says Citizenship Act amended to divert attention from economic slowdown, accuses Centre of practising ‘politics of distraction’
Addressing newspersons at the Indian Women's Press Club, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath said he was most worried about the future of Indian youths
MP BJP chief Rakesh Singh quits after party's defeat in Assembly polls; Amit Shah rejects resignation
After BJP's loss to Congress in Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections, Rakesh Singh, the president of the Madhya Pradesh unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), tendered his resignation on Thursday. While giving his resignation, he took responsibility for the saffron party's defeat in the state Assembly polls.
Assembly Elections Results for five states are not 'semi-finals' for 2019; here's why that lazy metaphor falls flat
The Assemble election results might indicate what may happen in the five states in 2019 but will have no predictive value beyond that.
Daily Bulletin: Exit polls likely to stir political scenario in five states; Mika Singh returns to Abu Dhabi jail; rain mars Australia-India play; top stories for today
The exit polls are expected to set the balls rolling for backdoor negotiations and alliance talks, another BJP ally and union minister Upendra Kushwaha has openly launched an attack against Nitish Kumar government; here are day's top stories
Lessons from Madhya Pradesh, Telangana elections on what works, what doesn't in solving India's water crisis
Can India’s water crisis be conquered? Yes, it can. Israel, that receives far less rain than we do, grows mangoes in its desert, showing water supply is clearly not the problem. Lack of water management is.
“In Panna, there are two patients assigned to a single bed; one tells the other that he is next in line to be treated. This constituency couldn’t be in a worse shape. It was the knowledge of these situations that made me decide to contest,” says Dashrath Yadav, an ex-wrestler who has thrown his hat in the ring for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. He is running for Panna constituency number 60, one of three in Panna district, as a member of the Samajwadi Party.
Madhya Pradesh polls: Anti-quota group announces it will contest all 230 seats, turns up heat on BJP and Congress
This decision which could upset the apple cart, especially for the BJP, which is facing anti-incumbency in Madhya Pradesh after three straight terms.
Mandsaur or Multai, political apathy deepens MP farmers' distress; constitutional reform must for peasants to escape police bullets
Two decades have passed and Multai has come back as Mandsaur. The state's farmer is still walking around with colourful flyers, waiting for his dues.
BJP likely to hold 'Rashtra Raksha Yagna' in New Delhi in March ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha, Assembly polls this year
As political parties get ready for elections, a BJP MP is looking at a novel way of winning the polls - with a ritual in New Delhi in praise of the "goddess of the ruling administration".