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Rajnath, Kalraj miffed with LK?

Two senior BJP leaders, Rajnath Singh and Kalraj Mishra, are miffed over senior colleague L.K. Advani’s Janchetna Yatra, which has overshadowed their Jan Swabhiman Yatras undertaken in the poll-bound Uttar Pradesh. These leaders, it was learnt, are of the view that while Mr Advani’s nationwide yatra against

BJP in damage control mode

Downplaying the bitterness created in the party by senior leader L.K. Advani’s remarks over former Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa’s arrest, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday sought to give credit to itself for maintaining “zero tolerance” against corruption. The party patted itself on the

‘Give white paper on black money’

Insisting that there is a possibility of snap polls as the UPA government is marred by corruption, senior BJP leader L.K.

Advani begins where JP did

Senior BJP leader L.K. Advani on Tuesday embarked on his nationwide Janchetna Yatra to “clean up” Indian politics. While Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who flagged off the yatra from Chapra, came out in full support of it,

Nitish gets BJP pat on back

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who flagged off BJP leader L.K. Advani’s Janchetna Yatra from here on Tuesday, asked Mr Advani to visit Bihar again once the yatra had been completed. He boasted about the steps taken by his

RSS shows Narendra Modi Lakshman Rekha


The Rashtriya Swayam sevak Sangh (RSS) has cautioned Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi that he is not bigger than the organisation and reports of his rift with senior leader L K Advani will only

RSS shows Modi Lakshman Rekha

AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi talks to villagers at Maliki village in Bharatpur on Sunday.

The RSS has cautioned Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi not to cross the Lakshman Rekha.

BJP gets splitting headache

The growing differences within the BJP came to the fore when three senior leaders, including Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, chose to skip the party national executive meet that commenced Saturd

Modi: I don’t follow divisions

The RSS is seething as Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi apparently ignored the Sangh Parivar and took only a section of the BJP’s top leadership into confidence.

On eve of fast, Modi ‘regret’ over 2002 riots

Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, being positioned by the BJP for the top slot ahead of the 2014 general election, has for the first time expressed regret over the 2002 communal carnage in the state.

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