Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur
Modi govt decides to connect Madrasas to mainstream education, Azam Khan says ‘Madrasas don’t produce people like Godse and Sadhvi’
PM Modi's decision to connect Madrasas to mainstream education seems to have angered SP leader Azam Khan
Sadhvi Pragya's victory over Digvijay Singh is particularly symbolic of the cultural shift in the country.
Madhya Pradesh: Congress govt to reopen 12-year old murder case against Sadhvi Pragya in which she was earlier acquitted
MP Law Minister, P C Sharma, on Tuesday, said that the Congress-led Madhya Pradesh government will seek legal opinion of reopening the murder case of ex-RSS pracharak Sunil Joshi in which Pragya Singh was acquitted.
Farhan Akhtar asks people not to vote for Sadhvi Pragya a week after polls, uses Bhopal Gas Tragedy as a cheap pun
Farhan Akhtar tweeted asking the people of Bhopal not to vote for Sadhvi Pragya, used the Gas Tragedy as a cheap pun and also forgot that Bhopal has already voted last week.
Special NIA Court directs the accused in the Malegaon blast case, including Sadhvi Pragya, to remain present before the court
Last month the NIA court had refused to restrain Sadhvi Pragya's candidature in the Lok Sabha elections citing the lack of jurisdiction.
Even if the person has apologised, I will not forgive, PM Modi said referring to Pragya Thakur's comments on Godse
Godse row: BJP issues clarification, disciplinary committee to seek explanation for controversial statements
BJP has distanced itself from the controversial statements from its leaders, saying they were their personal views, not party’s stand
Feminist Swara Bhasker endorses Digvijay Singh of ‘Sau Taka Tunch Maal’ fame over female victim of custodial torture during UPA govt
Icon of modern-day Feminism, Swara Bhasker, renowned for her tirades against the 'right-wing and general obtuseness, has endorsed Digvijay Singh from the Bhopal Lok Sabha Constituency in Madhya Pradesh.
Digvijaya Singh has expressed his regret at not being able to vote
Facing a stiff fight from BJP's Sadhavi Pragya in Bhopal, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh is yet to cast his vote in Rajgarh