Narendra Modi to begin two-day visit to Gujarat tomorrow; will inaugurate seaplane service, visit Statue of Unity
In a slight change in the original schedule, Modi is expected to visit the family of former Gujarat chief minister Keshubhai Patel, who passed away due to COVID-19 complications on Thursday
The BJP veteran served as chief minister of Gujarat in 1995 and then from 1998 to 2001. He was succeeded by Narendra Modi, who held the post till he became prime minister in 2014
Patel had undergone COVID-19 test after one of his attendants was detected with the infection on Thursday
Atal Bihari Vajpayee's most profound creative disruptions in Indian politics: How Narendra Modi is furthering his mentor’s lineage
Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a deep emotional relationship with Vajpayee right from his days as an RSS pracharak.
Mohan Bhagwat arrives in Somnath to attend RSS' annual meet; Bhaiyyaji Joshi expected to join in later
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat arrived in Somnath town in Gir Somnath district of Gujarat on Thursday as part of his six-day visit, during which he will attend a meeting of the organisation's office-bearers.
In a rare coming together, four former Chief Ministers of Gujarat, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, were seen chatting with each other during the swearing in ceremony of the Vijay Rupani government in Gandhinagar on Tuesday.
Gujarat Election Results 2017: Congress-BJP contest, NOTA debut relegated ‘others’ to insignificance
One factor, completely absent in the 2012 elections, but had a significant impact in several seats was NOTA (None of the Above)
Gujarat polls: Cyclone Ockhi reminds people of how swift relief work post 2001 earthquake resulted in rise of Narendra Modi
There is no doubt that in the process of party-building in his unique style, Narendra Modi emerged as a cult figure in the state.
Much before Modi was parachuted into the state in October 2001—because with Keshubhai Patel as chief minister, BJP was losing popularity in civic body elections and bypolls—the BJP and Hindutva had very much arrived in the state.
At the moment, the biggest question remains whether the Patels will again leave Hardik like they left Keshubhai?
Water woes in Saurashtra: Gujarat govt's SAUNI scheme would've been roaring success if coupled with check dams
Saurashtra is large agrarian constituency which is solely dependent on rainfall, which, unfortunately for the farmers, has been extremely erratic. The region does not have a perennial river, and its strange topography like that of an inverted saucer makes it even more difficult to conserve water.
Congress says LK Advani, Anandiben Patel 'victims' of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah's 'internal democracy'
The Congress on Sunday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asked him when he would answer questions posed by the leaders of his own party.
Gujarat polls: Congress banks on Rahul Gandhi, caste leaders to bridge 9 percent vote share gap with BJP of 2012 election
The Congress in Gujarat is banking on its star campaigner Rahul Gandhi and support from a clutch of caste leaders to bridge the around nine percent vote share gap that led the BJP to retain power in 2012.
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: No reduction in support for Hardik despite 'sex tape' controversy, BJP's efforts to woo Patidars
A huge crowd gathered at Hardik Patel's rally to catch a glimpse of the Patidar leader.
The biggest reason behind his unwavering appeal is his commitment to the root cause of his existence--the demand for reservation for Patidars.
BJP leaders, who are part of their party's Gujarat Assembly poll campaign, said the Congress's strategy to bring OBCs and Patidars under its banner is full of contradictions as the two communities have competing interests and ambitions
Narendra Modi visits Keshubhai Patel's Gandhinagar residence, expresses condolences over son's death
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met former Gujarat Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel and expressed his condolences over the death of the latter's son.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in mood for a massive restructuring at the top echelons of the bureaucracy
While the patriarch, Mulayam Singh, has taken a neutral position, Ram Gopal Yadav, who happens to be the party’s face in Delhi, is seen to be backing Akhilesh’s cause solidly.
There is clearly a war going on within the Sangh Parivar in Goa, replicating a kind of situation that was seen in Gujarat ahead of the 2012 assembly elections.