Local court in Muzaffarnagar transfers Amit Shah's case of violating model of conduct to Allahabad special court
Amit has been accused of allegedly making "objectionable" speeches while campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls in Muzaffarnagar on 4 April 2014.
As if offering himself as the NDA’s chief minister candidate was not enough, Upendra Kushwaha, leader of the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), has even come up with a formula for distribution seats among the allies.
Is Rahul Gandhi trying to suggest that the Congress party did not get corporate funding to fight the 2014 Lok Sabha elections?
It’s not difficult to see what ails the Congress. It’s just surprising Rahul needs to go away for a few weeks to see the writing on the wall that has been staring at him in the face election after election.
The political drubbing that India's Grand Old Party has been facing over the last year is not the only problem facing the Gandhis. Along with a fast decreasing morale among party workers, the party is reportedly staring at a financial crisis so massive, that it has decided to hike its membership fee 250 times.
An AICC meeting is likely in March to take up these suggestions, which will also be compiled in a book form.
The Congress move is symptomatic of the growing lumpenisation of national politics and a steadily shrinking agenda in which winning elections alone matters.
2014 was a terrific year for the democracy; 2014 was a terrible year for the democracy.
It was the inept leadership of Rahul Gandhi which played a large part in the marginalisation of the party in the country’s political scape.
SP chief Mulayam Yadav's grand-nephew Tej Pratap and RJD supremo Lalu Yadav's youngest daughter Raj Lakshmi are set to tie the knot early next year.
Many AAP old timers, who later quit due to differences with the top brass, questioned why AAP didn’t continue its own cleanliness drive.
However, terming his expulsion from the party as "dictatorship of Congress," Azam told reporters that he received information about it (expulsion) from the media.
The Maharashtra assembly elections may well mark a watershed moment marking the ideological exhaustion -- at least in an electoral sense -- of the Shiv Sena/MNS brand of politics.
Hitting out at the government for "failing" to respond adequately and effectively to ceasefire violations by Pakistan, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said it has emboldened the neighbouring country to perpetuate tension in the border areas.
The AAP activist had approached the court in April this year as Ranip police station in the city had declined to register an FIR against Modi.
With Kejriwal failing to file his response, Joint Registrar Anil Kumar Sisodia did not allow the plea of his counsel that some more time be given for filing written statement.
The party had in June dissolved its Uttar Pradesh unit and all district and block committees, but retained Nirmal Khatri as the chief of the UP Pradesh Congress Committee.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan has come out in defense of Modi and urged the people to keep their faith in him and give him some more time.
Despite the ballyhoo going around about how Modi is a different prime minister than his predecessors, the debate still rages on between myth versus truth.