From Mughal Rule To 2017, UP Wasn’t Told It’s Land Of Baba Vishwanath, Ram & Krishna: Shah Tells Parivar Meet On 2022 Polls

LUCKNOW: When nearly four-and-half years ago, Prime minister Narendra Modi hit the roads in Uttar Pradesh on poll campaign, he wasted no time in sharing sentiments of his party on the big Hindutva poll plank, questioning the electricity abundance during Eid than Diwali and more money on boundary walls at graveyards than cremation grounds. He

Bring Yogi To Bring Modi; Shah Sees 2024 In 2022, Stays Overnight With MPs In Tow At Lucknow BJP Office After Parivar Meet

LUCKNOW: As Opposition parties including Congress have begun to send Delhi leaders to parts of Uttar Pradesh to intensify campaigning to dethrone the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the UP 2022 elections, the saffron outfit has decided to make a public spectacle of its unity and membership drive in Lucknow more frequently. On Friday,

Leander Paes, Nafisa Ali And Mrinalini Deshprabhu Join Trinamool Congress Ahead Of Goa Elections 2022

PANAJI: Months after announcing its plans for expansion in poll-bound Goa, the Trinamool Congress on Friday got another boost as former tennis player Laender Paes, actor and model Nafisa Ali and Mrinalini Deshprabhu entered the party fold. Paes, Ali and Deshprabhu joined the Trinamool Congress in the presence of West Bengal Chief Minister and party

In Goa, Prashant Kishor Says BJP Is Here To Stay For Decades With 30 % Vote Share; War Erupts After BJP Claims Win, Cong Takes Dig At TMC

PANAJI/NEW DELHI: Days after poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s talks with Congress derailed, he once again targeted the grand old party saying that the BJP will continue to be a force to reckon for decades to come and problem is with former party chief Rahul Gandhi that he does not realise this. The Congress soon hit

Rahul Slams Centre, Takes A Jibe After SC Order To Form Committee To Probe Pegasus Snooping Row

NEW DELHI: Hours after the Supreme Court ordered a three member committee to look into the Pegasus issue, former Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday welcomed the step saying the party’s stand has been vindicated as even the Prime Minister is not above the nation. Addressing a special press conferernce here at the party headquarters