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Monday, April 1st, 2019


Country needs chowkidars, not rulers, says PM Narendra Modi

Country needs chowkidars, not rulers, says PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi said on Sunday the nation required more chowkidars and not “Raja Aur maharaja”, hitting out at the Opposition in his location amid a ‘Principle Bhi Chowkidar’ battle occasion that was channeled to around 500 focuses from the Capital’s Talkatora Stadium. Tending to the focuses through video-conferencing, the Prime Minister said he took the choice to proceed with the airstrike in Pakistan’s Balakot as he suspected that “the diversion” ought to be played from where fear-based oppression is being controlled. Modi tended to the decision crusade occasion asRead More

BJP steps cautiously before reporting the last rundown of applicants from UP

last list of candidates BPJ

The BJP is consuming the midnight oil to finish 18 contenders to be handled in Uttar Pradesh. The gathering has proclaimed possibility for 61 supporters, yet will be yet to accept the last approach the rest of the 18. The deferral in the affirmation of the 18 hopefuls is because of the political arrangement in the state. The arrangement has changed significantly after the SP and BSP chose to battle the decisions together. In the 2014 decisions, the BJP won 71 seats while its partner the Apna Dal packed awayRead More

Rahul in Kerala: Target is the national gathering status of CPM, CPI

Rahul Gandhi

It is legitimate that Congress President Rahul Gandhi will challenge from Kerala’s Wayanad Lok Sabha situate notwithstanding Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. Senior Congress pioneer A. K. Antony declared Rahul’s candidature on Sunday. Rahul may document his selection on Wednesday, multi-day before the due date closes. This will be the first occasion when that an individual from the Nehru-Gandhi family will battle from Kerala, where every one of the 20 bodies electorates goes to surveys on April 23. The Wayanad Lok Sabha body electorate was cut out in 2008 after theRead More

‘Rahul Gandhi denied collusion with AAP in New Delhi,’ says Arvind Kejriwal


New Delhi, Apr 01: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that there were no discussions on a coalition for Delhi’s seven Lok Sabha seats with the Congress as its President Rahul Gandhi has just rejected it. Conversing with columnists at the airplane terminal in Delhi, the AAP pioneer said he had met Rahul Gandhi as of late and the Congress head had would not “hold hands with the AAP”. “We (AAP) had just a single gathering with Rahul Gandhi where he said no’ (to collision),” Kejriwal said. Because ofRead More