'Families are united, only parties are different': JJP leader Dushyant Chautala after father meets estranged brother
Monday's amicable meeting between Ajay Chautala and Abhay Chautala triggered hopes of a festering family dispute that led to a vertical split in the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) last year coming to end.
Banished from INLD a year ago, JJP chief Dushyant Chautala has transformed into man of the moment as BJP, Congress fail to clinch majority
Grandson of Om Prakash Chautala and the great-grandson of former deputy prime minister Chaudhary Devi Lal Chautala, Dushyant was born in Hisar on 03 April 1988.
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi to campaign in Maharashtra for upcoming Assembly elections today; day's top stories and more
Here are today's top stories: Maharashtra Assembly elections 2019: Narendra Modi to hold rallies in poll-bound Jalgaon, Sakoli today; BJP to release party manifesto for upcoming Haryana Assembly elections; and more
INLD releases manifesto for Haryana Assembly polls, promises farm loan waiver, jobs and unemployment allowance to youth
Laying a special focus on the farming community in Haryana, which the party claims to be its major support base, the INLD has promised to fix the minimum support price for crops as per the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission
Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel said on Thursday that the IOA chief was responsible for honouring the scam-tainted duo Suresh Kalmadi and Abhay Chautala.
A defiant IOA sought to brazen it out even as demands for ouster of the scam-tainted duo of Suresh Kalmadi and Abhay Singh Chautala grew stronger.
Tainted former IOA president Abhay Chautala hit back at the comments made by Sports Minister Vijay Goel, for criticising his appointment as Life President.
With Suresh Kalmadi's appointment as IOA patron, it is clear that Indian sport is still grappling with problems of corruption and incestuous hegemony.
Rio Olympics 2016: Delhi court wonders how Abhay Chautala, facing trial in DA case, is attending the Games
A special court has wondered how INLD chief O P Chautala's son Abhay, who is facing trial in a disproportionate assets case, has gone abroad to attend the Rio Olympics without seeking its permission.
The bureau has alleged that the act by the then HUDA chairman and the officials had caused a huge financial loss to HUDA as the plot should have been sold through open auction instead of being alloted again to AJL.
Chautala, a prominent Jat leader himself, alleged that BJP MP Raj Kumar Saini had been making anti-Jat quota statements for past several months, but the party had failed to rein him in.
Delhi High Court on Monday stayed a trial court order allowing CBI to bring additional witnesses and documents as evidence against Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Chief O P Chautala's son Abhay in a disproportionate assets case.
BJP is so confident that it has decided that there will be no pre-poll alliance with Kuldeep Bishnoi's Haryana Janhit Congress.
Chautala had stated that if Bindra feels that chargesheeted people should be stripped of their positions then "he should throw his father out of his house or leave his house himself".
Even before he became an active politician, Chautala was disowned by his father Devi Lal after he was allegedly caught at the Delhi airport in 1977 while trying to smuggle wristwatches worth Rs.100,000.
Terming the International Olympic Committee's suspension of IOA a "black day" for India, president-elect Abhay Singh Chautala today lashed out at Randhir Singh and said the latter "conspired against the nation and its sportspersons".