The Congress also justified its action of posting Vajpayee's photo on its website, saying it was done to condemn Modi against whom the BJP founder leader had vented ire over post-Godhra riots in Gujarat.
Karuna Shukla, niece of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee joined the Congress today. Says she would work to ensure the party's victory in the upcoming LS elections.
BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday hit back at Congress President Sonia Gandhi for her 'zeher ki kheti' remark, saying it was the Congress which has been holding on to power for the longest time.
Denying that a strong anti-UPA wave is sweeping the country, Union Agriculture Minister and NCP President Sharad Pawar on Friday said the political situation is still "unclear" and regional parties as well as new voters will play a crucial role in forming the next government.
Barring his own testimony, no one has seen Narendra Modi selling tea on streets, Union Minister R P N Singh today said, and alleged that BJP was a party "dream sellers".
Hitting out at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for deriding "personality-oriented" politics of Narendra Modi, BJP on Wednesday said though he got the principle against such politics right, he got his facts wrong as Congress has functioned like this in the past.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who won the just concluded Assembly polls from Vidisha and Budhni, is likely to retain the latter, which is his traditional seat.
Months after severing ties with Congress on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue, DMK chief M Karunanidhi on Sunday ruled out any alliance with its former ally for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
With less than six months to the Lok Sabha elections, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has found support from where he would least expect it - Pakistan.
BJP MP from Lucknow Lalji Tandon today dismissed as rumours reports that some party leaders, including Narendra Modi and Rajanth Singh, are keen to carry on former prime minister A B Vajpayee's legacy by contesting from this seat in the Lok Sabha polls
The BJP has to decide if it wants to gamble with Modi with the sole aim of becoming the single largest party in a divided parliament or to play safe with an NDA-plus government that relies on smaller - and unreliable - regional parties.
During his tenure as National Security Adviser, Mishra propelled Indian foreign policy towards the US.
Any future border settlement between India and China will be based on some form of land swap. But the challenges of forging a national consensus around that are formidable.
In his time as prime minister, AB Vajpayee risked taking unpopular policy decisions in the larger national interest. Today, the BJP needs a similar voice of conscience.