Babri Masjid litigant Iqbal Ansari slams Rahul Gandhi: Modi govt right in abrogating Article 370, visit PoK and ‘resolve issues’ instead
While slamming Rahul Gandhi and praising the Narendra Modi government for abrogating Article 370, Iqbal Ansari said the government has established the rule of a law in the country by removing Article 370.
Amidst the EVM row, Election Commission sets up 24-hour control room to monitor complaints relating to EVMs
EC has issued clarifications saying that it would like to "emphatically and unambiguously" clarify that all such reports and allegations are "absolutely false and factually incorrect."
Unnerved by the exit poll predictions Opposition parties are not in the mood to refrain themselves from creating unnecessary controversy
21 opposition parties planning to write to president, urging not to call single largest party to form government: Reports
This plan by the said 21 opposition parties, however, rests on the hope that the NDA will fall short of majority seats (272) in the Lok Sabha that holds 543 elected seats and there is a hung parliament.
Rahul Gandhi accuses EC of bias and threatens them with ‘consequences’, hours after the same EC gave him clean chit for a lie
Continuing to attack the EC and the Modi government, Rahul Gandhi said that these people will have 'consequences in the future' and that he 'won't allow Indian institutions to be crushed'.
The BJP has used the theme of cricket with IPL and world cup around the corner along with others sports like football to simplify its messaging ahead of the Lok Sabha to explain to the voters that how the BJP has a definitive leadership contrary to the anarchy and leadership void within the grand alliance.
PM Modi stated that the time was ripe for the state to elect a strong, stable and decisive government that rises above petty politics to improve the lives of its people.
One day after supporting the government, opposition parties back to theatrics by politicising the airstrikes against Pakistan
At a time when the entire nation is backing the Indian armed forces and the world is staring at a full-fledged war between India...
With elections just around the corner, it is refreshing to see a government that is looking at the larger economic interest rather than political gains.
Earlier, Congress leader Salman Khurshid had also expressed doubts on Congress' ability to win elections on its own in 2019