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Owaisi said the ruling party at the Centre wants to take the country back to the 1990s when riots ensued
Mundka fire: BJP's Amit Malviya blames Arvind Kejriwal as death toll rises to 27; Police arrests building owner
BJP's national convener of the IT cell said that the devastating fire in Mundka could have been averted or contained had the fire tenders arrived on time. Malviya also added that a delay of 1.5 hours delay was completely inexplicable
This comes a month after Bagga had been booked for his statements against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the latter's views on the movie 'The Kashmir Files'
Amit Malviya singles out TMC MLA's viral video threatening voters with 'consequences' if they vote for BJP
The video went viral just a day after a raucous and violent altercation in the West Bengal Assembly
Amit Malviya's statement drew a sharp rebuttal from the TMC which asserted that he should not meddle in the organisational rejig in the ruling party of West Bengal
Vivekanand Gupta in a letter to city Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale alleged Banerjee abruptly stopped the national anthem which is an offence under section 3 of Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act-1971
Salman Khurshid’s statement equating RSS with Boko Haram and ISIS is a sordid attempt to normalise horrendous crimes of Islamist terror groups.
The deceased, Lakhbir Singh, was stated to be a labourer from Punjab's Tarn Taran and was aged around 35 years, police said
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh and AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi shared on Twitter a letter by Gandhi on 25 January, 1920 to Savarkar's brother regarding a case.
Digvijaya Singh's remarks on Article 370 spark row; 'this is what Pakistan wants', says Amit Malviya
Singh, who was speaking on the Clubhouse app, allegedly said that the Congress will consider restoring the region's special status if it comes to power in the UT
Puducherry political crisis: BJP says won't form govt at this stage; Congress says saffron party 'kills democracy again'
The collapse of the V Narayanasamy-led government in Puducherry led to a war of words over Rahul Gandhi's leadership of the Congress party and the BJP's 'corrupt politics'
Taking note of this, many Twitter users remarked that this is the first instance of the social media site calling out "fake news" in India
"The real danger to India isn't that our prime minister doesn't understand. It's the fact that nobody has the guts to tell him," Rahul said on Twitter, attaching a video clip of Narendra Modi suggesting use of wind turbines to produce oxygen
Hathras gangrape case: Amit Malviya, Digvijaya Singh and Swara Bhasker get NCW notice for revealing victim's identity
The commission has also directed them to immediately remove social media posts on Hathras victim and refrain from sharing such pictures or videos in future
Hathras rape case: BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya tweets video of victim; NCW chief says his action is illegal
Malviya had shared the video, in which the face of the rape victim is clearly visible, on 2 October on Twitter
In a tweet, the Congress leader claimed that the international media has "exposed" Facebook and WhatsApp's "brazen assault" on India's democracy
Narendra Modi decides to quit Weibo days after Centre bans 59 Chinese apps; BJP leaders hail 'strong message'
Modi had 115 posts on Weibo, and it was decided to manually delete them and after much effort, all the posts have now been removed, sources told PTI.
BJP slams Mamata Banerjee over stone-pelting on policemen in Howrah, says TMC's 'loyal voters' attacked security forces
The BJP on Tuesday slammed the West Bengal government after an incident of stone pelting on policemen enforcing the coronavirus lockdown in the state's Howrah district. Reports said that on Tuesday morning, a mob attacked several policemen at Tikiapara in the district.
It is simply about the Congress party’s political wisdom in reacting the way it has to a news anchor’s provocation of calling its president Sonia Gandhi biased and silent on the lynching of two Hindu monks in Palghar.
Congress says Arnab Goswami has gone 'insane' after remarks on Sonia Gandhi; complaints filed against TV anchor across India
Congress leaders slammed TV presenter Arnab Goswami for his remarks aimed at party president Sonia Gandhi during a discussion on Palghar lynching incident in which three persons, including two sadhus were killed by a mob