Murshidabad triple murders: BJP, RSS continue to dub killings 'political', despite kin of victims claiming they were apolitical
Ruling out any political motive, the Murshidabad police on Thursday said the preliminary investigation into the murder of a family of three pointed to 'personal reasons being behind the crime
As Nitin Gadkari brings on his quotable quotes relentlessly, theories about RSS backing his ambition abound
The Nitin Gadkari for prime minister narrative took shape in mid December after a farmers' leader wrote to the RSS, demanding that the Union minister be allowed to lead the BJP if it wants to win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Rahul Gandhi calls KCR 'Khao Commission Rao', promises development in Telangana if Congress-led coalition comes to power
Claiming that over 4,500 farmers committed suicide during the KCR regime in Telangana, Rahul Gandhi pledged to cancel farm loans to the tune of Rs 2 lakh each.
Sabarimala controversy: Pinarayi Vijayan responds to Amit Shah's Gulag comment; claims BJP, RSS using pilgrims as 'scapegoats'
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan lashed out at the BJP and right-wing outfits, accusing them of exploiting the Sabarimala issue for their "political gains" and trying to 'capture' and take control of the hill-top shrine.
Sabarimala row: Kerala BJP youth wing to hold statewide agitation against detention of 30 protesters today
To further intensify their stir against "police high-handedness" at Sabarimala, a daylong state-wide agitation will be held on Monday by Yuvamorcha, the youth wing of the BJP.
Sabarimala row: CPM's women's wing in Kerala claims some people creating 'communal frenzy' with BJP-RSS support
The court had upheld equal rights of women to worship at the temple under Article 25 of the Constitution.
Trinamool Congress suspects BJP-RSS hand as Delhi's St Stephens College withdraws invitation to Mamata Banerjee
Smelling a BJP-RSS hand in Delhi's St Stephens College withdrawing an invitation to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, the Trinamool Congress on Saturday said she cannot be silenced and would go ahead with her trip to the national capital.
Kolkata court summons Shashi Tharoor for 'Hindu Pakistan' remark; petitioner claims comment 'insulted the Constitution'
Senior Congress leader Shahi Tharoor was summoned by a Kolkata court on Saturday, regarding his 'Hindu Pakistan' remark.
The Bihar Congress on Tuesday lashed out at the JD(U) for "blaming" Rahul Gandhi for Nitish Kumar's exit from the Grand Alliance.
Dubbing the Union government as "anti-Dalit," the Congress on Sunday said its criticism by BJP's Dalits MPs has exposed it and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to break his "silence" and respond to their concerns.
The Centre on Wednesday faced demands from the Congress and a Dalit group to seek a review of the judgement of the Supreme Court that protects public servants and private employees from arbitrary arrests under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
After Tripura drubbing, Sitaram Yechury speaks of joining forces with 'secular parties'; Kerala CPM may oppose idea
The idea has been vehemently opposed by the party's Kerala unit along with Politburo member Prakash Karat, who is known as a hardliner in the CPM.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat will address representatives of various wings affiliated with the organisation during its Sangh-Samagam in Varanasi on 18 February
2019 Lok Sabha polls: CPM decides against alliance with Congress as Prakash Karat wins out over Sitaram Yechury
The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) decided to have no alliance with the Congress in 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the party's central committee passed a resolution to this effect on Sunday in Kolkata.
Kumar Vishwas finds himself isolated in AAP, party leader says he has stopped campaigning in Rajasthan
After being denied a seat in Parliament, senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas finds that he is being increasingly isolated in the party, with its top brass turning a deaf ear to his plans for an electoral campaign in Rajasthan.
Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday launched a second attack on BJP saying that the people of the ruling party and RSS are Hindutva terrorists.
CPM worker severely injured in suspected attack by BJP activists day after leaders from both parties declared truce
CPM worker suffered serious injuries in an attack by suspected BJP workers at Panoor in the politically volatile district
A political dogfight: My dog Pidi tweets for me, says Rahul Gandhi to those who questioned his Twitter popularity
On Sunday, Gandhi decided to come 'clean' about the sudden rise of his Twitter popularity and sarcastically explained that his dog Pidi was responsible for it.
Mohan Bhagwat said 'Hindustan' is a country of Hindus, but it does not mean that it does not belong to "others"
BJP Bihar unit took out a 'Jan Raksha March' (march for protection to the people) in Patna on Monday to protest the killing of its workers in Kerala by those allegedly enjoying the patronage of CPM, the main constituent of the ruling Left Democratic Front in that state