UP govt's name and shame campaign: Police removes posters of Sengar, Chinmayanand put up by SP-linked outfit, files FIR
The posters also had a photograph of self-styled godman Ram Rahim and read: "On the orders of chief minister, pictures of rapists have been put up in Azamgarh"
Protests against farm laws intensify, Opposition leaders detained in Delhi, UP, Gujarat; Congress MP moves SC against legislations
Congress MP from Kerala TN Prathapan moved the Supreme Court challenging the constitutional validity of various provisions of the contentious Farmers' (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020
The Shiv Sena also quit the NDA after the Maharashtra Assembly polls last year over differences with the BJP about sharing the chief ministerial post
The SAD leaving the NDA, combined with the rise of the AAP in Punjab, has complicated the political equation. With polls less than two years away, it is easy to see why political parties dare not risk the anger of farmers
Anupam Hazra, a former TMC MP who joined the BJP last year, made the comments at a party programme in Baruipur in South 24 Parganas on Sunday
BJP national reshuffle exposes Bengal fault lines; Mukul Roy, Anupam Hazra get key posts, Rahul Sinha dumped
While no reshuffle of this magnitude can possibly be uncontroversial, some decisions taken with regard to West Bengal certainly look a bit on the quixotic side.
Protests against farm laws intensify in Punjab, Karnataka; tractor set on fire in Delhi, Amarinder Singh stages sit-in agitation
Farmers’ organisations continued protests even as President Ram Nath Kovind gave assent to all the three contentious farm bills passed by the Parliament on 20 September
Farmers’ outfits, Opposition support Karnataka Bandh; won’t let functioning of offices, transport be affected, says govt
Yediyurappa said his government was pro-farmers, adding there was no 'scope' for the agitation against the amendments to APMC and land reform acts
Teachers' exam protests in Rajasthan: Two dead in firing, says police; protesters clear highway after meeting govt officials
DGP Bhupendra Singh said in a statement on Sunday night that police had to use force and opened fire on Saturday evening, in which two persons were killed and as many injured. The injured are out of danger, he added.
Punjab BJP chief says disappointed over SAD's departure from NDA, 'reasons for leaving very surprising'
In addition to the SAD's opposition to the Centre's farm bills, the party was also unhappy over Punjabi being left out of the Jammu and Kashmir Official Languages Bill, 2020
Devendra Fadnavis clears air over meeting with Sanjay Raut, says no intention of joining hands with Shiv Sena
The BJP leader said his meeting with Raut was an interview for the Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' and asserted that the MVA government in Maharashtra "would collapse due to its own inaction"
Jaswant Singh's tumultuous career was marked by revival of India-US ties, ignominy of Kandahar hijacking
After serving in the armed forces for just over 10 years, Jaswant Singh resigned from the Indian Army in 1965 and began his journey in politics.
The Modi government should look into the mirror the CAG has held up, reboot, be humble and start working harder in areas it has failed in.
Earlier, Siddaramaiah, alleging that the BJP government has lost the people's trust, had said that the BJP never had the mandate to rule the state
Each vote to Congress will go to making Digvijaya Singh CM by proxy: Jyotiraditya Scindia at poll rally in Indore
Alleging that the Congress betrayed the farmers, Scindia blamed Digvijaya for the previous government's 'failures', adding that Digvijaya held the remote control of then chief minister Kamal Nath
BJP loses its oldest ally, Shiromani Akali Dal over farm bill; SAD third major NDA partner to quit since 2014
SAD said that the decision to quit the NDA was taken because of the Centre's stubborn refusal to give statutory legislative guarantees on MSP and its continued insensitivity to Punjabi and Sikh issues
BJP announces new national office bearers; Tejasvi Surya made chief of Yuva Morcha, Ram Madhav dropped from team
The party has also expanded its list of spokespersons to 23, with MP Anil Baluni being elevated as the chief spokesperson and remaining the BJP's media head
The term of the 243-member Bihar legislative Assembly comes to an end on 29 November. Of the total strength, 38 seats are reserved for SCs and two for STs
Narendra Modi, who made the list for the fourth time since taking office as prime minister in 2014, previously missed out appearing in the 2018 and 2019 editions.
Parliament Updates: Lok Sabha adjourned sine die after House passes Major Port Authorities Bill, 2020; Monsoon session cut short by 7 days
Parliament LIVE Updates: The Monsoon Session of the Parliament was adjourned sine die on Wednesday, 7 days before the schedule, amid concerns of the spread of coronavirus among lawmakers