Allahabad High Court adjourns hearing on plea challenging Narendra Modi's election from Varanasi; next hearing on 19 July
Tej Bahadur Yadav alleged that his nomination paper was wrongly rejected by the returning officer and requested the court to declare null and void Narendra Modi's election as Varanasi MP.
Mayawati ends alliance with SP: BSP chief has long history of forging and breaking tie-ups based on prevailing political winds
BSP president Mayawati has manoeuvred her way deftly through the many ups and downs of the political game — making and breaking alliances depending on the political mood of the day.
Aparna Yadav endorses triple talaq bill straying from Samajwadi Party stand, says NCRB data shows women in UP not safe
Aparna Yadav's views are in contradiction to the Samajwadi Party's official stand on the triple talaq Bill, which had alleged that the Bill is an attempt by the BJP to politicise the issue.
As opposition parties raised serious concern over the alleged sexual exploitation of girls at a children's shelter home in Uttar Pradesh, Rajnath Singh termed the incident shameful
4 BJP lawmakers urge Yogi Adityanath to launch development projects in Badaun to break SP MP's hold over district
Four Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmakers have written to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, urging him to launch development projects in Badaun in an effort to break the hold of Samajwadi Party (SP) MP Dharmendra Yadav in the district
Samajwadi patron Mulayam Singh Yadav on Sunday blamed the alliance with the Congress for the "poor" state of the party and said efforts should be made to strengthen the SP.
Modi proves to be the strongest party-voter linkage in the Uttar Pradesh 2017 election. Everything was bought by the voters, be it, Modi’s promises, his attire, his policies, which were loud and clear.
Filing of nominations began on Friday for the second phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls on 15 February, covering 67 constituencies spread over 11 districts in Muslim-dominated western UP.
RJD and SP on Monday accused the government of denying OBC candidates appearing for all-India services examinations, a chance to get into IAS and IPS in the name of creamy-layer formula, a charge the Centre rejected.
Sajan and Bhadauria were expelled from the party on 25 December last and this had triggered off a cold war between Mulayam and Akhilesh.
Polling for 11 Lok sabha seats of Uttar Pradesh to decide fate of 150 candidates in the second phase started this morning on a peaceful note amid elaborate security arrangements.