Daily Bulletin: Counting of votes for 81 Jharkhand Assembly seats begins; Congress to stage silent 'satyagraha dharna' at Rajghat against CAA; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Jharkhand Assembly elections results: Counting to begin at 8 am; BJP faces uphill task as exit polls favour JMM-led alliance; Nine dead after fire breaks out at cloth godown in Delhi’s Kirari; and more
Congress to stage silent 'satyagraha dharna' at Rajghat today to protest against police brutality during anti-CAA protests
Top leaders of the party including its former president Rahul Gandhi and its general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are likely to participate in the 'satyagraha dharna' till the evening, sources said
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: Modi's assurance on NRC hollow, says Pinarayi Vijayan; Gujarat BJP to launch campaign to clear 'misconceptions'
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: In order to remove the "misconceptions" from people's minds about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the Gujarat BJP plans to organise a number of programmes in the state, including door-to-door campaigns, meetings and 'Run for CAA'.
UPSSSC exams in Uttar Pradesh postponed as candidates in many districts unable to download admit cards amid internet shutdown
According to an official notification, UPSSSC examinations will now be held on 4 and 10 January 2020
Anti-CAA protests: Ashok Gehlot leads 'Samvidhan Bachao rally' in Jaipur, says amended law seeks to divide people in name of religion
Members of different political parties including CPI, CPI(M), AAP, SP, RLD and JD(S), large number of people from minority communities, civil society, intellectuals and youths, participated in 'silent march'
Anti-CAA protests in Kolkata: Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind rally today; Presidency University students to march from Shahid Minar to Mahjati Sadan
According to sources, the police administration has increased vigil and beefed-up arrangements in trouble-torn areas to maintain law and order
Narendra Modi's rally at Ramlila Maidan amid anti-CAA protests: Anti-drone teams, NSG commandos deployed; CCTV surveillance on all routes leading to venue
Multi-level security arrangement will be in place, with CCTV surveillance of all the routes leading to the venue and snipers being positioned atop buildings
From Rajiv Gandhi's holiday to Modi's wife: 'No real issues' discussed in campaigns; rallies pockmarked with personal attacks instead
From jibes over Narendra Modi’s wife to criticism of a Congress family holiday three decades ago, one trend stands out this year's Lok Sabha election campaign in India: it’s personal.
At Narendra Modi's charged Delhi rally, anti-AAP mood of crowd, aim to bulldoze Opposition narrative were evident
The crows in Delhi was all praises for Narendra Modi, asserting that only he could bring about change in India. But they couldn't answer questions on the jobs crisis.
EC gives second clean chit to Narendra Modi, says PM's Latur speech seeking votes in the name of armed forces didn't violate model code
Addressing a rally in Ausa in Maharashtra's Latur on 9 April, Modi had said, "Can your first vote be dedicated to those who carried out the air strike." "I want to tell the first-time voters: can your first vote be dedicated to the veer jawans (valiant soldiers) who carried out the air strike in Pakistan. Can your first vote be dedicated to the veer shaheed (brave martyrs) of Pulwama (terror attack)?"
Narendra Modi in West Bengal: PM says Mamata has affection for goons and 'nirmamata' for people, vows to root out 'syndicate'
Modi said that TMC felt that bombs, guns, swords and hooliganism would scare the brave workers of the BJP, but If BJP was to be scared of such attacks, the country wouldn't have been able to move in the direction of change and progress and would become the largest party.
Narendra Modi in Odisha: PM says BJP will weed out middlemen from the system, claims Opposition is embroiled in various scams
Slamming the BJD government over mining and chit fund scams, the prime minister said the Naveen Patnaik-led party is only worried about personal gains.
Narendra Modi to address rally in Agartala on 9 February, unveil statue of Tripura's last ruler Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya
BJP spokesperson Nabendu Bhattacharya said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to arrive in Tripura around 3 pm on Saturday.
Telangana to vote on 7 December: 1,821 candidates in fray for Assembly polls; TRS fields nominees in all 119 constituencies
As many as 1,821 candidates are left in the fray for 119 constituencies in the 7 December Telangana Assembly polls, the state election commission said on Monday. The commission is coming out with the official figure Monday after withdrawal of nominations ended on 22 November.
Tripura Assembly Election 2018 updates: 78.56% voter turnout at 9 pm, CEO to order inquiry into EVM malfunctions
Polling began in Tripura amid tight security on Sunday with the BJP emerging as the main challenger to the ruling Left Front, which has been in power in the state for the last 25 years
Anguished over the prospects of missing classes as his school bus was being acquired for Modi's rally in Alirajpur district on Sunday, a Class 8 student has written an emotional letter to Narendra Modi, which prompted the district administration to withdraw their order requisitioning vehicles for the event.
PM Modi's rally in Ambedkar Nagar in South Delhi failed to live up to its usual charm. A lot of empty seats were seen and even BJP leaders took a nap during the PM's speech.
Ahead of Delhi polls, Modi is likely to address four election rallies in the national capital after US President Barack Obama's three-day visit to India.