Bjp March


'Bjp March' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Lok Sabha Elections 2019- "People Across The Country Have Rejected Negative Politics": Yogi Adityanath

    Lok Sabha Elections 2019- "People Across The Country Have Rejected Negative Politics": Yogi Adityanath

    As the BJP marched towards a grand victory in the Lok Sabha elections, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today said alert voters have rejected the "opportunistic and casteist" politics of mahagathbandhan forged by the opposition parties.

  • Exit Poll 2019: More Than Half Of UP Seats May Go To BJP, Predict Exit Polls

    Exit Poll 2019: More Than Half Of UP Seats May Go To BJP, Predict Exit Polls

    Exit Poll 2019: The Grand Alliance of Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati may not be able to stop the BJP march through Uttar Pradesh --the state that sends the maximum number of lawmakers to the Lok Sabha, predict early exit polls. But among opposition parties, they might fare the best against the BJP, the poll of polls show.

  • Math Over Popularity In UP, Edge For Gathbandhan: Prannoy Roy's Analysis

    Math Over Popularity In UP, Edge For <i>Gathbandhan</i>: Prannoy Roy's Analysis

    Elections 2019: An alliance between opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh, the 80-seat state that's considered the gateway to Delhi, could be the key to stopping the BJP march, data from past elections show. The BJP had swept the state in 2014 national elections, winning 71 seats. Its ally Apna Dal had added two more seats to the tally.

  • BJP March Over Sabarimala Issue Turns Violent, Cops Use Tear Gas, Cannons

    BJP March Over Sabarimala Issue Turns Violent, Cops Use Tear Gas, Cannons

    The BJP's "secretariat march" over the Sabarimala issue turned violent, prompting police to use water cannon and tear gas to disperse the protesters. The day also saw the Congress-led UDF take out a march to the state Assembly over the same. The BJP and the UDF marched separately, demanding the LDF government's intervention to end the agitation by ...

  • "Bigger Alliance If We Win," Says Samajwadi Candidate In Gorakhpur

    "Bigger Alliance If We Win," Says Samajwadi Candidate In Gorakhpur

    Pravin Nishad, the candidate supported by the Samajwadi Party in Gorakhpur, on Sunday spoke of a "bigger alliance" if the Samajwadi Party, which has pulled off an electoral arrangement with arch rival Mayawati, wins. Under the pact, for the first time in 25 years, the arch rivals are on the same side to stop the BJP march - an understanding that wa...

  • Water Cannons, Smoke Shells: Protest In Kolkata Turns Violent Again

    Water Cannons, Smoke Shells: Protest In Kolkata Turns Violent Again

    Teargas shells, water cannons and a shower of batons turned the streets of Kolkata into a warzone for the second time in a week today as police and protesters clashed during a march called by the BJP to the police headquarters in the Lalbazar area in the heart of the city.

  • BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    Senior BJP leaders, accompanied by over a hundred party workers, today unsuccessfully tried to march towards Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's residence to protest against yesterday's attack on party leader Roopa Ganguly allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers.

  • Can Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar Stop BJP March in Bihar?

    Can Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar Stop BJP March in Bihar?

    The Janata Dal (United), Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD and the Congress today announced their new alliance in Bihar at a joint press conference in Patna.

  • J Jayalalithaa: the Poes Garden resident eyes a national role

    J Jayalalithaa: the Poes Garden resident eyes a national role

    For the BJP, March 29, 1999 is a date it would not like to forget easily. A tea-party organized by Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy in the capital's Ashoka Hotel had on its guest-list Congress president Sonia Gandhi and J Jayalalithaa, whose AIADMK was a constituent of the NDA government at the Centre.

  • Ruling BJP in Karantaka to hold two-day meet from March 1

    Ruling BJP in Karnataka today decided to hold its two-day state level executive from March 1 at Mangalore to discuss organisational matters and its strategy for the bypoll to Chikmagalur-Udupi Lok Sabha seat.

'Bjp March' - 10 Video Result(s)

'Bjp March' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Lok Sabha Elections 2019- "People Across The Country Have Rejected Negative Politics": Yogi Adityanath

    Lok Sabha Elections 2019- "People Across The Country Have Rejected Negative Politics": Yogi Adityanath

    As the BJP marched towards a grand victory in the Lok Sabha elections, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today said alert voters have rejected the "opportunistic and casteist" politics of mahagathbandhan forged by the opposition parties.

  • Exit Poll 2019: More Than Half Of UP Seats May Go To BJP, Predict Exit Polls

    Exit Poll 2019: More Than Half Of UP Seats May Go To BJP, Predict Exit Polls

    Exit Poll 2019: The Grand Alliance of Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati may not be able to stop the BJP march through Uttar Pradesh --the state that sends the maximum number of lawmakers to the Lok Sabha, predict early exit polls. But among opposition parties, they might fare the best against the BJP, the poll of polls show.

  • Math Over Popularity In UP, Edge For Gathbandhan: Prannoy Roy's Analysis

    Math Over Popularity In UP, Edge For <i>Gathbandhan</i>: Prannoy Roy's Analysis

    Elections 2019: An alliance between opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh, the 80-seat state that's considered the gateway to Delhi, could be the key to stopping the BJP march, data from past elections show. The BJP had swept the state in 2014 national elections, winning 71 seats. Its ally Apna Dal had added two more seats to the tally.

  • BJP March Over Sabarimala Issue Turns Violent, Cops Use Tear Gas, Cannons

    BJP March Over Sabarimala Issue Turns Violent, Cops Use Tear Gas, Cannons

    The BJP's "secretariat march" over the Sabarimala issue turned violent, prompting police to use water cannon and tear gas to disperse the protesters. The day also saw the Congress-led UDF take out a march to the state Assembly over the same. The BJP and the UDF marched separately, demanding the LDF government's intervention to end the agitation by ...

  • "Bigger Alliance If We Win," Says Samajwadi Candidate In Gorakhpur

    "Bigger Alliance If We Win," Says Samajwadi Candidate In Gorakhpur

    Pravin Nishad, the candidate supported by the Samajwadi Party in Gorakhpur, on Sunday spoke of a "bigger alliance" if the Samajwadi Party, which has pulled off an electoral arrangement with arch rival Mayawati, wins. Under the pact, for the first time in 25 years, the arch rivals are on the same side to stop the BJP march - an understanding that wa...

  • Water Cannons, Smoke Shells: Protest In Kolkata Turns Violent Again

    Water Cannons, Smoke Shells: Protest In Kolkata Turns Violent Again

    Teargas shells, water cannons and a shower of batons turned the streets of Kolkata into a warzone for the second time in a week today as police and protesters clashed during a march called by the BJP to the police headquarters in the Lalbazar area in the heart of the city.

  • BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    Senior BJP leaders, accompanied by over a hundred party workers, today unsuccessfully tried to march towards Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's residence to protest against yesterday's attack on party leader Roopa Ganguly allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers.

  • Can Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar Stop BJP March in Bihar?

    Can Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar Stop BJP March in Bihar?

    The Janata Dal (United), Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD and the Congress today announced their new alliance in Bihar at a joint press conference in Patna.

  • J Jayalalithaa: the Poes Garden resident eyes a national role

    J Jayalalithaa: the Poes Garden resident eyes a national role

    For the BJP, March 29, 1999 is a date it would not like to forget easily. A tea-party organized by Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy in the capital's Ashoka Hotel had on its guest-list Congress president Sonia Gandhi and J Jayalalithaa, whose AIADMK was a constituent of the NDA government at the Centre.

  • Ruling BJP in Karantaka to hold two-day meet from March 1

    Ruling BJP in Karnataka today decided to hold its two-day state level executive from March 1 at Mangalore to discuss organisational matters and its strategy for the bypoll to Chikmagalur-Udupi Lok Sabha seat.

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