Congress, Communists, fundamentalists fueling violent anti-CAA protests, says Murlidhar Rao; BJP leader asserts all Indian Muslims will remain citizens
Asserting that the Citizenship Amendment Act poses no threat to Indian minorities including Muslims, BJP National General Secretary P Murlidhar Rao Saturday claimed that a nexus among Congress, Communists and fundamentalists was behind violent protests over the newly passed law in the country
Political violence, bloodshed a 'big blot' for Kerala; 'no hope for change' unless police, administration show impartiality
Workers from the Congress and rival LDF have fought fierce clashes in Kerala for decades. The fighting has intensified since the RSS and BJP started trying to make inroads in the state.
How coastal Karnataka was saffronised; part 11: Economic, political shifts create vacuum in Dakshin Kannada; identity-crisis furthers Hindu homogenisation
Only with the coming of the Sangh and its projects like 'Hindu Samajautsav' and 'Ittiga pooja' were these spaces revived to operate as another space from where the Sangh could further expand their base.
Amit Shah kicks off BJP's election campaign with sharp attack on Mamata Banerjee govt at Malda rally, says 'BJP will uproot TMC'
BJP national president Amit Shah kickstarted the party's 2019 Lok Sabha election campaign journey in West Bengal's Malda town with a speech that sharply attacked the TMC government over corruption charges, lack of jobs, minority appeasement and the alleged loss of Bengal's culture.
KP Sharma Oli set to return as Nepal PM after country's two largest communist parties agree for merger
The CPN-UML on Wednesday picked party chairman KP Sharma Oli as the next Prime Minister of Nepal, a senior leader of the party said, over two months after the successful conclusion of historic parliamentary polls.
Amit Shah attends Delhi leg of Janaraksha Yatra, lashes out at CPM over political violence in Kerala
BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday said that "politics of violence" is in the nature of the communists as he lashed out at the CPM over the political violence in Kerala.
Amit Shah terms other parties as 'dynasties,' says BJP is only party where decisions are made on merit
Of the 1,650 political parties registered with the Election Commission, only the BJP and the Communists to an extent have upheld internal democracy, BJP president Amit Shah said on Friday
Manila: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signalled the end of peace talks with Communist rebels, with the government pulling out of the negotiations days after both parties announced an end to the truce, the media reported on Sunday.
The number of millionaires contesting Assembly polls in Kerala has gone up with parties fielding more and more moneyed men and celebrities in the coming election
Dear, Mr Yechury, rid the CPI(M) of all hypocrisy. So stop hollering about the saffronisation of universities. That will only remind voters of similar crimes that CPI(M)
Fight fire with fire: How the Narendra Modi government can prevent a full-blown assault on the nation
Narendra Modi has two choices: Either keep taking the punishment from China and the communists, Pakistan and the jihadists, the Congress and the Deep State, or fight back.
By now, it’s as clear as day, that the Sangh and its associates want the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to be shutdown or given a makeover that suits them.
The BJP did much better than their showing in past years. However, they did not do as well as had been expected.
CPI(M) said the Narendra Modi government was engaging in anti-people reforms.
For Amit Shah, Kerala is the last bastion for the BJP in the south. The party has been struggling hard in the state, but with little success.
Why are the Communists beating their chests over Modi's visit to the Sivagiri ashram of Sree Narayana Guru? Are they fearing a weaning away of their Ezhava base?