BJP challenges Congress to support construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya after Digvijaya Singh's claim of ‘Ram Path’ in MP
Days after Congress leader Digvijay Singh said the party will construct "Ram Path" in Madhya Pradesh if voted to power, the BJP has dared him to announce support in Parliament to the construction of a Ram temple.
Madhya Pradesh BJP MLA's son arrested after threatening to kill Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia
A Youth Congress leader filed an FIR against Princedeep, who, in a Facebook post, threatened to kill Jyotiraditya Scindia if he came to his Damoh district.
Congress pins hope on Kamal Nath in Madhya Pradesh, veteran leader expected to lend sense of direction
The Congress' search for a leader to match the stature of Shivraj Singh Chouhan in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh has ended with the anointment of Kamal Nath.
The Congress had earlier claimed that the former chief minister had gathered evidence on "corruption" in the Madhya Pradesh government during his 'Narmada Yatra', which he would reveal soon.
Shubhankar Sharma's rise shows armed forces-owned golf courses can play major role in boosting the sport in India
Apart from setting up a structured system for promotion of talent, the armed forces must also throw open their golf courses for other neighbourhood kids.
Congress leader Digvijay Singh has said he is ready to face another defamation suit from the BJP which has threatened legal against him.
Congress leader Digvijay Singh embarks on Narmada Parikrama, to stay off tweeting, political comments
Congress leader Digvijay Singh embarked on the 3,300-km Narmada Parikrama from Narsinghpur after performing rituals, but with a resolve not to tweet
Digvijaya , considered close to Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, had come under severe criticism for being slow in initiating talks with smaller parties to sew up a coalition in Goa
The seventh day of the Parliament was uneventful with the Lok Sabha unable to get any business done after to adjournments.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Narendra Modi govt insensitive to farmers' plight, says Congress in Rajya Sabha
The Congress on Tuesday blamed the government for the agrarian crisis in the country and said that fixing of import-export levies on foodgrain was one of the biggest scams impacting the farmers.
Parliament's Monsoon Session: Existing laws are enough to check mob lynchings, says BJP minister Hansraj Ahir
The government is not mulling a separate law to tackle mob lynching incidents, Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said on Wednesday.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who was detained by police, has been allowed by the administration to meet the families of farmers killed in Mandsaur.
BJP MP Paresh Rawal claims tweet on Arundhati Roy was a message of peace, terms controversy 'baseless'
After dragging himself into a controversy with his tweet stating that Arundhati Roy should be tied to an army jeep instead of stone-pelters in Kashmir, Paresh Rawal on Thursday justified his action calling it a message of peace.
History will remember P Chidambaram as the dubious finance minister who not only faced allegations of corruption but was also subjected to CBI raids
Digvijaya asked Ghanshyam to focus on the "corruption of BJP which originated from east Gujarat by a duo who are now in Delhi."
Ramesh Chandra Agrawal, chairman of the country's leading publication house Dainik Bhaskar Group, died following a heart attack upon his arrival at Ahmedabad airport on Wednesday.
Parrikar came to the Rajya Sabha during the Zero Hour and thanked the chairman, Deputy Chairman and other members.
The Bill, which was passed by Lok Sabha last week, was moved for passage in the Rajya Sabha on Monday.
Opposition Congress on Monday pressed for expeditiously taking up of its substantive motion on the conduct of the governors of Goa and Manipur in not calling the single largest party to form the government after the assembly elections.
The Congress leaders are still smarting from the failure of the party managers to cobble up any post-poll alliance to attain power, despite emerging as the single largest party in Assembly elections.