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The by-election to elect a councillor for Binnypet ward was marred by an incident of violence as Congress and JD(S) workers reportedly clashed at a booth on Monday.
The Congress resolution also sought the attention of the chief Ministers who extended their support to Kejriwal.
Senior BJP leader Roopa Ganguly said that whatever is happening under the rule of TMC chief Mamata Banerjee in Bengal is a "black chapter in the history of the state".
Digvijay Singh said all Hindu terrorists who have ever been caught have an association with RSS in some way or the other.
Parrikar also refused to take more questions on the raid on the unit, which the Congress has alleged was operated by a Bharatiya Janata Party office bearer.
Infighting surfaces in West Bengal Congress; several leaders seek removal of PCC chief Adhir Chowdhury
Several middle-level Congress leaders from South Kolkata district committee and North 24 Parganas district committee met Gaurav Gogoi and submitted letters.
Samajwadi Party not ready to give Congress more than 2 seats in Uttar Pradesh for 2019 Lok Sabha polls
The SP is not so keen to take Congress on board in UP but will not field candidates against the Gandhis in Rai Bareli and Amethi.
The ED officials believed that the advocate had taken huge money as consultancy fees and now they wanted to know the exact figure.
Boycott of the meeting of the governing council of NITI Aayog at New Delhi by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday has sparked off a war of words.
According to Trinamool Congress sources, Patel's visit indicates the interest of the Congress and the importance of Banerjee in cobbling together a coalition of opposition parties.
A by-election recorded a paltry seven per cent polling under the present dispensation as against 71 per cent witnessed during the UPA's tenure, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera said.
A senior state BSP leader added that the party would, as things stand today, contest all 230 Assembly seats in the state.
Nearly 65,000 'cyber warriors' of the BJP are all set to take on 'Rajiv Ke Sipahi' of the Congress in cyber space to woo young voters on social media platforms.
The Congress has thought of a novel way to woo the urban educated youth by launching a first ever course in politics and public policy, titled ‘Future of India’.
As the Opposition gears up to take on the BJP state-by-state by forming regional alliances, the Bahujan Samaj Party-Congress alliance in Madhya Pradesh (MP) seems to have hit a roadblock.