Uttarakhand HC junks review pleas of Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, Vijay Bahuguna; ex-CMs to pay rent for overstay in official bungalows
Some of the former chief ministers of Uttarakhand affected by the court order include late ND Tiwari, BC Khanduri and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi denied Lok Sabha tickets as BJP ignores old guard in favour of fresh faces
The surprise inclusion of Tejaswi Surya in the BJP's list of Lok Sabha hopefuls has made one thing abundantly clear about the ruling party, in its quest to bring new blood into the candidates' list it is unafraid of leaving behind a trail of broken-hearted party veterans.
Defections ahead of LS polls: Danish Ali joins BSP, Shyama Charan Gupta leaves for SP, Balabhadra Majhi goes to BJP
Defections have long since been a poll strategy, yet the days leading up to the 2019 Lok Sabha election seem particularly populated with political leaders, big and small, leaving their party and moving to another.
Narendra Modi govt's apathy for defence forces compromised national security, says Congress' Randeep Surjewala
The Congress on Tuesday accused the Modi government of "politicising" the armed forces and compromising national security by "lowering" the morale of soldiers and insulting them through cuts in their spending
Major General BC Khanduri-led Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence lambasts the Indian government for inadequate defence budget allocations.
However, the key question for many was never if BJP would win the election in Uttarakhand; it was always going to be — who would be the state's new chief minister after the BJP wins
Congress has declared Harish Rawat as its CM candidate, but BJP has at least half a dozen aspirants who may claim the chief minister's post in Uttarakhand.
In 2012, the Congress had won 32 seats in Uttarakhand, one solitary seat more than BJP, which won 31. With the prospect of a hung assembly looming large, BSP helped Congress out by lending them support of 3 MLAs
Anti-incumbency is likely to dictate the electoral fortunes of the hill state of Uttarakhand once again, with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) looking set to end the Congress' five year reign and return to power
Assembly elections in Uttarakhand will be determined primarily by star candidates switching allegiances between Congress and BJP and constituencies assigned to them. The real issues have all been forgotten
Uttarakhand may be a tiny state with only 70 seats but the tussle for power has ruined the basic ethos of a hill state.
When 91-year old Narayan Dutt Tiwari walked into Amit Shah's residence on Akbar Road in New Delhi on Wednesday morning to switch over his loyalties from Congress to BJP, he created a picture-perfect situation, albeit of a different kind, for his new political destination — barring serving Chief Minister Harish Rawat, all former chief ministers of the state are now in challenger BJP ranks.
Senior Uttarakhand Congress leader and minister in the state cabinet Yashpal Arya on Monday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
News reports have said that Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra is likely to be replaced by the Centre.
IAF now requires at least 45 fighter squadrons to "counter a two-front collusive threat but the government has authorised a strength of 42 squadrons. This revelation is astonishing ...".
Advani's current plight is reminiscent of his own track record as a leader; his ability and willingness to accept differences and dissent and his respect for senior leaders with a mass base
Many villages is this area are suffering from foodgrain shortage, Khanduri said in a statement in Dehradun.
The former Uttarakhand chief minister demanded that besides resuing the tourists, the government should also address the problems being faced by locals.