BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay filed the plea seeking some sections of the law be set aside as they 'take away the right of a judicial remedy to reclaim a place of worship'. The act froze the status of places of worship as they were on August 15, 1947
West Bengal polls: BJP, Muslim-led parties hope to unseat TMC as religious polarisation gains ground
Bengal is not like any other state of India when it comes to Hindu-Muslim politics. Both Hindu and Muslim religious politics have deep roots here, going back to the first Partition of Bengal in 1905.
Addressing a rally in Gujarat's Bharuch, the AIMIM chief said Modi should be 'large-hearted' and agree to repeal the contentious laws as per the farmers' demand
AIMIM announced its foray into Gujarat politics with an aim to provide an "effective alternative" to the ruling BJP and opposition Congress in the state
West Bengal Assembly polls: Muslim cleric floats political outfit Indian Secular Front, says 'want to be kingmaker'
The development comes after Owaisi visited Furfura, located in Jangipara subdivision of Hooghly district, earlier this month and declared his intention to back Siddiqui in the 2021 Assembly polls
Owaisi, who was here to hold a meeting with Muslim cleric Abbasuddin Sidiqqui, rejected TMC's claims that his party was a "B-team of the BJP", and would eat into anti- saffron camp votes
Asaduddin Owaisi visits West Bengal's Hooghly, discusses upcoming Assembly polls with influential cleric
Owaisi, whose party put up a good show during Bihar polls, is likely to have discussed a possible seat-sharing deal with Abbas Siddiqui, who is planning to start his own 'minority' outfit
AIMIM's Aurangabad MP Imtiaz Jaleel said the alliance will emerge a strong challenger for the BJP and the Congress and will make an impact on the upcoming polls
GHMC election: TRS retains Hyderabad civic body despite 'unexpected' results; BJP dubs loss 'moral victory'
While the TRS remained as the largest party winning 55 of the 150 wards (till 11 pm) in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation polls, the BJP made major gains winning 48 wards; the AIMIM came third with 44 seats, but the Congress could win only two
"Anyone who thinks Owaisi is going to bring in positive change for Muslims, is living in a fool’s paradise," writers the editor of India's oldest Muslim news website
BJP's no-holds barred campaign for GHMC polls indicates intent to capitalise on recent gains in Telangana
While the BJP has had a strong presence in Karnataka for over 15 years now, it has hitherto struggled to make headway in other southern states
The BJP has roped in top leaders including party national president JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, to campaign for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation election scheduled for 1 December
The two parties on Tuesday night held a two-hour-long meeting to determine the strategy for the next Assembly polls
Often criticised for denting anti-saffron party's votes, the Hyderabad MP did not clarify whether his party would contest independently or in alliances
'Sad day for Indian judiciary': Asaduddin Owaisi slams Babri Masjid demolition verdict, says those responsible 'politically rewarded'
Apart from the BJP, RSS and VHP, the Congress was at the root of the demolition, Owaisi said, adding that it was during the Congress’s rule that the idols were kept in the mosque, which was later demolished
Asaduddin Owaisi says Narendra Modi's participation in Ram Temple bhoomi pujan is defeat of secularism
The AIMIM chief also said that the Ayodhya event marks the "victory of majoritarianism over liberty and equality" and by attending it, Modi has "laid the foundation of a Hindu Rashtra"
RJD, AAP, AIMIM slam Centre over being left out of all-party meeting on India-China situation chaired by PM, question criteria of invitation
Opposition parties reacted angrily on Friday over not being invited to the all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the situation along the India-China border and raised questions over the criteria for the invitation.
Bengaluru student, charged with sedition for raising 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans at anti-CAA rally, granted bail after 3 months in jail
Amulya Leona Noronha, a college student from Bengaluru who was charged with sedition for raising the 'Pakistan zindabad' slogan at an anti-Citizenship Act (CAA) rally earlier this year, has been granted bail by the magistrate court under the provision of CrPC Section 167(2). Amulya is expected to have the bail order by Friday.
Day after being denied bail in sedition case, college student who raised 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans, gets relief from court
A Bengaluru court has granted bail to a college student, Amulya Leona Noronha, who was accused of sedition after she said: “Pakistan zindabad” at an anti-Citizenship Act (CAA) rally on 20 February.