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With eye on UP, BJP to project united face

It seems the BJP has finally realised the meaning of the adage “United we stand, divided we fall”.

Yeddy in Delhi, may meet BJP top brass

Beleaguered Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa reached New Delhi on late Thursday night. He is expected to meet BJP top brass, including BJP parliamentary party chairman, L.K. Advani, party chief Nitin Gadkari and Arun Jaitley. Mr Jaitley has been asked to oversee party’s Karnataka affairs. Sources said Mr Yeddyurappa is also scheduled to meet other senior leaders and the main agenda of this visit is to discuss the JPC issue.

Survey hints at Khanduri as CM choice

Political crisis is brewing for the BJP in Uttarakhand.

BJP leaders held at J&K border

Senior BJP leaders, including Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley, Leaders of the Opposition in the LS and RS respectively, on Tuesday courted arrest after entering Jammu and Kashmir through the Madhopur-Lakhanpur bridge from Punjab. They were arrested, along with party workers, for violating prohibitory orders imposed in the wake of the BJP’s Rashtriya Ekta Yatra taken out for hoisting of the tricolour at Srinagar’s Lal Chowk on Republic Day.

Advani ups ante against PM

BJP parliamentary party chairman L.K. Advani on Thursday dubbed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as “weak” and said that he feels “pity” for him.
Mr Advani, while addressing party’s youth wing’s “Rashtriya Ekta Yatra”, which reached national capital on Thursday, also tried to clarify that he has never personally

BJP chief tenure to be five years?

The BJP has compiled its “achievements” under party chief Nitin Gadkari’s one-year tenure, which would be released to its leaders participating at the party’s two-day-long national executive meeting in Guwahati, beginning on January 8. At a time when the ruling Congress has virtually stopped taking BJP chief seriously, the saffron

BJP allies criticise flag-hoisting plan

It’s not just the Opposition parties which are criticising the BJP for its plan to hoist the national flag at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on Republic Day, even its own alliance partners and a section of its own leaders are criticising the saffron party for its proposed plan. Sources said a section of BJP leaders are of the view that this move will

Ghost of Ayodhya trips BJP hope of expanding alliance

The ghost of Ayodhya has once again tripped BJP’s hope to expand the NDA fold by roping in former alliance partners after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat dropped enough hints that the Sangh Parivar may toughen its stand on the disputed land issue. Former NDA partners including AIADMK, BJD, INLD, who had shown their willingness to JD(U) chief and NDA convenor Sharad Yadav of sharing the NDA platform to protest against UPA on corruption issue, have now backed out after the RSS chief’s

Yeddy ad thanks his supporters

Toeing Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s pet line, Karnataka chief minister B.S.

BJP lets Yeddy stay, Gadkari justifies it

Virtually bullied into submission by graft-tainted Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, the BJP leadership, after days of a tug-of-war, allowed him to continue in his post.

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