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The BJP will contest the coming elections alone, without support of any party, State BJP President Kanna Lakshminarayana said.
Throwing another volley, the actor, who is considered to be close to the Hindutva-leaning BJP government, also told reporters that demonetisation implementation was wrong.
Concerned by modernisation, induction of new equipment in neighbourhood: Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa
Asked whether the IAF can play a role in smashing terrorist training camps across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, he did not rule out such a possibility.
Now, as the national vice-president of Bihar’s ruling Janata Dal(U), he speaks as a committed worker of the party and an ardent follower of party president and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
The proposal is to distribute cows in villages, at the time of festivals and others, to people who seek them, the Bharatiya Janata Pary's manifesto committee chairman NVSS Prabhakar.
The eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II has long been seen as interfering because of his private lobbying of ministers and public statements on a range of subjects.
Several BNP leaders preferring anonymity expressed fear that the government actually wanted to keep Zia and her son and acting party chief Tarique Rahman away from politics.
People come to Zoram Thar from different church nominations. Zoram Thar, basically, wants to change the political system in Mizoram
The Uttar Pradesh BJP chief exuded confidence that his party will romp home in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections by its sheer "performance and organisational strength."
For these two players, the bypolls may be a chance to really test whether their popular image really transforms into votes and also their ability to carry forward an electoral campaign.
The saffron party has promised to construct a 150-ft Ambedkar statue at Tank Bund if voted to power.
Asked about the disqualified MLAs’ decision to pray for an early judgment, Shyam said the SC might not give such an assurance.
A day after the third judge decided the fate of the 18 MLAs in the Madras HC, the disqualified legislators held a closed-door meeting at a private hotel.
Delivering the Sardar Patel Memorial Lecture, Doval claimed that in the past four years, the country's 'national will' has been aroused.
Amid reports that it was an attempt by Dhinakaran to keep his flock together, his close associate P Vetrivel asserted there was no problem and the 17 disqualified MLAs.