West Bengal Crime Investigation Department pitches in to probe tent collapse at Narendra Modi's Midnapore rally
The West Bengal Crime Investigation Department is assisting in the ongoing probe into the tent collapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Midnapore on Monday, a senior official of the state government said on Tuesday.
Narendra Modi enhanced BJP's image in West Bengal by visiting people injured in tent collapse at Midnapore rally
Narendra Modi turned a potential public outreach disaster in Midnapore into an incident which showed himself as providing a healing touch.
Yuva Rally as it happened: Jignesh Mevani slams BJP govt over Bhima-Koregaon violence, says India 'facing fascism'
The Delhi Police on Monday said that Vadgam MLA Jignesh Mevani's request for holding a rally in New Delhi on Tuesday on Parliament Street has not been granted yet.
Six persons were killed and over 100 injured in the blasts which happened during Modi's rally in Patna.
The Bihar unit of BJP on Monday observed anti-terrorism day to mark the first anniversary of terror attack at the Gandhi Maidan.
On 22 December, you may just have to do without visiting your local chai-wallah.
Bihar Police today trashed BJP chief Rajnath Singh's claim that its officers had requested party leaders to scrap the 27 October 'Hunkar Rally' after the serial blasts in and around Gandhi Maidan venue.
With all the major political parties in Bihar clamouring for special status or a special package, the masses could expect many such rallies in the days and months to come.
While Nitish and the Congress are resorting to name-calling in the absence of better ideas, Modi will woo those hit by terror.
"RSS and BJP must give Modi lessons in Indian history to avoid such guffaws. Or is this the history taught at Saraswati Shishu Mandir?" Singh, the Congress General Secretary, said in a post on 'twitter.com'.
A total of 18 bombs were planted in Gandhi Maidan, which was the venue of Modi's Hunkaar rally.
Bihar police today denied that there was a specific intelligence alert by central agencies about terror threat to BJP's 'Hunkar Rally' here and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi who addressed it
Modi made no mention of the blasts during his speech until the very end of the rally when he appealed for calm, and told the attendees to go home safely.
Hours before the multiple explosions, a crude bomb went off in a newly constructed toilet at the Patna railway station, two km from the BJP's 'Hunkar rally' venue.
Hunkar Rally a huge success despite six low intensity explosions around the venue
The historic Gandhi Maidan where BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addressed a rally today has seen several important rallies in the past, including that of Jaiprakash Narayan, Subhash Chandra Bose.
Six serial bomb blasts today rocked the venue of Narendra Modi's rally in Patna minutes before he arrived there to address the gathering while another crude bomb exploded at the railway station in Patna, leaving at least eight persons injured.
8000 buses, 25000 small vehicles, 11 special trains, 8 regular trains, hundreds of boats -- that's how people have been ferried to Patna for the Hunkar Rally.
Bomb site sealed off
Launching a broadside on its former ally the JD(U), the BJP today claimed that the 'Hunkar Rally' of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi here on October 27, would "change the political landscape" of Bihar.