Narendra Modi addresses 4 rallies in Gujarat: PM says Assembly polls a fight between 'development and dynastic politics'
Narendra Modi will address eight rallies on November 27 and 29 in different parts of Saurashtra and south Gujarat, where polling for the first phase of assembly polls will be held on 9 December
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Can Narendra Modi once again sell 'Gujarat model’ to the poor and save BJP?
The famed 'Gujarat model' is back on the discussion table. It remains important for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and is his trump card in the crucial Assembly elections in his home state
Arun Shourie says falsehood is hallmark of Narendra Modi government, alleges centralisation of power at PMO
Renowned journalist and former Union minister Arun Shourie on Sunday alleged that there is too much centralisation of power in the Prime Minister's Office
Numbers prove Gujarat model's human development indices not as vibrant as promised by Rupani government
Rahul Gandhi and young community leaders are touching real issues that people in Gujarat identify with, while hitting the BJP where it hurts the most.
With Hardik Patel and Alpesh Thakor having announced their support for Congress, Thakors and Patels in north Gujarat are likely to vote against BJP
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday hit out at the Gujarat government for announcing sops just before the polls and said the BJP is showing signs of nervousness.
Rahul Gandhi announced that incumbent Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh will be the party's chief ministerial candidate.
BJP leader and former minister Arun Shourie on Friday said he mad made a "mistake" by supporting Narendra Modi to be the prime minister.
Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat Day 3: With eye on Narendra Modi's bastion, Congress V-P seeks to woo Patidars, farmers
Rahul Gandhi, on the final day of his three-day trip to Gujarat, took aim at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, questioning the 'much-touted Gujarat model'.
The BJP termed as "dramatic and laughable" the Gujarat visit of Rahul Gandhi, saying his campaign in the poll-bound state will boomerang on the Congress and ensure another victory for the ruling party.
In poll-bound Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi eyes to reach out to farmers, flays Modi govt on DeMo, unemployment
Accusing the BJP government of being "anti-farmer", Gandhii demanded that the government announce complete farm loan waiver for cultivators in Gujarat.
It would be a matter of immense interest in the government and business circles as to whom Modi chooses to replace Panagariya and how soon he decides to name a replacement.
Setting a target of 150 Assembly seats for the Gujarat unit of Bharatiya Janata Party, party president Amit Shah might have set the pitch for the forthcoming Assembly elections but how the BJP will achieve this target amidst conditions that are not too favourable for them remains to be seen.
Yogi Adityanath will enhance his chances of going beyond drumbeater for strident Hindutva by believing that the verdict is equally due to the belief of people in Narendra Modi.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath's biggest challenge will lie in taking a leaf out of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Gujarat model of governance
Reasons for the inability to significantly increase India’s ranking in the Index can be found in the assumption that the system of governance which worked successfully in Gujarat, can be replicated at the Centre.
It is easy to point to agitations by the Patidar and Dalit communities as the possible reason for Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel’s exit
Four ministers who consistently get ranked highly are Piyush Goel (power, coal, new and renewable energy), Nirmala Sitharaman (commerce and industry), Dharmendra Pradhan (petroleum and natural gas) and Prakash Javadekar (environment).
Delhi CM Kejriwal said people of the country have a choice between the AAP model of governance and the "discredited" Guj model which has "cheated" citizens.
Rejecting the Gujarat model of development, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday alleged that Gujarat has the largest population of malnourished women and said they do not need the model which "cannot adequately feed women population" in its own state.