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Advani ‘bungling’ remarks irk BSY


Irked by the comments of Bharatiya Janata Party patriarch L.K. Advani about 'bungling' by the state unit of the party, the former Karnataka chief minister, Mr B.S. Yeddyurappa, has offered to meet th

PM slams Advani, says remark disgraceful


BJP leader L.K. Advani on Wednesday created a storm in the Lok Sabha by dubbing UPA-II as 'illegitimate' but withdrew it after strong protests from Congress.

Angry Sonia Gandhi in combative best in LS

An angry Congress President Sonia Gandhi was at her combative best after senior BJP leader L.K. Advani on Wednesday dubbed as 'illegitimate' the 2009 election, a remark which he later retracted.

PM calls Advani’s ‘illegitimate’ remark ‘disgraceful’


Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday termed as 'disgraceful and unfortunate' BJP leader L.K. Advani's remark that UPA-II government was illegitimate.

Nitish Kumar for advance annoucement of PM candidate


Upping the pressure on coalition partner BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday said a Prime Ministerial candidate should be announced in advance.

Kumar, a senior JD(U) leader, at the sa

Jaya comes into the reckoning for top job


BJP senior L.K. Advani’s blog admission that a non-Congress, non-BJP Prime Minister supported by one of them is ‘feasible’ post poll-2014 has caused fresh excitement in AIADMK circles.

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Non-Cong, non-BJP PM feasible in 2014: Advani


BJP leader L.K. Advani on Sunday said a non-Congress, non-BJP Prime Minister supported by any of these two parties is ‘feasible’ in the next general elections but cautioned that this may not be a very stable dispensation.

Advani has conceded defeat for 2014 LS polls: Congress, SP

Congress and other parties on Sunday took a dig at BJP leader L.K. Advani saying he has conceded defeat even before the race has begun for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections while some BJP leaders differed

Advani blames illegal immigration for Assam conflict


Blaming largescale immigration from Bangladesh for the clashes in lower Assam, BJP leader L.K. Advani on Tuesday said government's 'inaction' in dealing with the problem of infiltrators has resulted in indigenous communities feeling threatened.

'Anna, Ramdev's movements welcome, but only Parl can make laws'


Senior BJP leader L.K. Advani on Tuesday said he welcomed the anti-corruption movements of Anna Hazare and Ramdev, but noted Parliament has the sole authority to enact legislations including the anti-

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