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In his condolence message RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat described Vaidya as a multi-faceted personality and an excellent journalist, adding the Sangh has lost a senior figure
Maharashtra farmers' protest: Loan waiver will create fiscal pressure for four years, says Devendra Fadnavis
After announcing a mega farm loan waiver, CM Devendra Fadnavis said it will create some "pressure" for the state's finances for the next three-four years.
In the latest of the many "correct the past" assertions, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) recently stated that contrary to what is believed, Ambedkar was never opposed to the Vedic religion and didn't represent any caste,
Former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) spokesperson MG Vaidya revealed that he supports Srihari Aney's demand for statehood for Marathwada and Vidarbha
The Hindu Mahasabha on Sunday commemorated the 66th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse as 'Balidan Divas' and launched a website on his life even as a senior RSS ideologue disapproved of any action "glorifying" him.
Gogoi opined that the banks can explore the possibility of arranging loan recovery mela along with the loan mela.
He said RSS does not dictate as to who should be made Prime Minister, Chief Minister, Minister, MP or MLA but only gives its advice whenever there is a dispute and gives advice only when sought.
Modi has received support from some unexpected quarters – the journalist who interviewed him, as well as RSS ideologue MG Vaidya, who is usually not well-disposed towards Modi, and senior BSP leader Vijay Bahadur Singh
Advani's resignation could cost the NDA dearly in upcoming polls, since many potential coalition partners will see him as a more viable alternative to Narendra Modi.
Rajnath Singh succeeded Gadkari after the latter tendered his resignation.
The RSS also distanced itself from Vaidya's statement.