This Diwali, Union minister Smriti Irani is taking the 'silk route' to Amethi. 15,000 silk sarees, purchased from the minister's own pocket, were distributed to women across the constituency as Diwali gift.
Election Results: The BJP's top leaders - including Prime Minister Narendra Modi - met on Sunday evening in Delhi to review the huge gains of the party in two major states. The BJP has won Haryana, and has the most seats in Maharashtra, but is short of a majority. Here are the 10 latest developments:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted all his 44 ministers to dinner tonight in Delhi, said sources. Anant Geete, the Shiv Sena minister in the union government, reportedly flew down to attend the event.
The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad has arrested a Mumbai-based software engineer, who reportedly admired the Middle-East terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, for allegedly conspiring to blow up American establishments in Mumbai, including a school.
Taking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachch Bharat Abhiyan' to the next level, the Delhi government has decided to set up a control room in the Delhi Secretariat where citizens can register their complaints about garbage being not picked up or cleaned in the city.
Former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today criticised BJP for its euphoria over the victory in Haryana and Maharashtra and said Congress got over 400 seats in 1984 Lok Sabha polls but their downfall came within five years.
Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's release from jail has relieved Union Minister for Women and Child Welfare Maneka Gandhi. On Sunday, Mrs Gandhi wrote to Ms Jayalalithaa, expressing her support and sympathy.
More than 53,000 voters have opted for 'None of the Above (NOTA)' option in EVMs in the Haryana assembly polls, thus rejecting the candidates fielded by political parties in their respective constituencies.
Air Force chief Arup Raha will leave on a four-day visit to Japan tomorrow during which he will call on top Japanese political leadership and hold talks with his counterparts from Japan and other countries.