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  • As Allies Junk Goa Plan, BJP Scouts For New Formula: 10 Points

    As Allies Junk Goa Plan, BJP Scouts For New Formula: 10 Points

    BJP president Amit Shah has stepped in to handle a potential crisis for the party's government in Goa, where the Congress has staked claim to power at a time Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is in hospital. Amit Shah dialed ally Goa Forward's Vijay Sardesai, a minister in the BJP-led government, after allies rejected a plan to have minister Sudhin D...

  • Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will be admitted to the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi today for treatment at a time when the BJP is exploring options in the state. Mr Parrikar, who returned from the US after a medical check-up last week, was admitted to a hospital in Goa Thursday evening. Mr Parrikar re...

  • BJP To "Explore Alternatives" In Goa After Manohar Parrikar Call: Sources

    BJP To "Explore Alternatives" In Goa After Manohar Parrikar Call: Sources

    The BJP will send a team to Goa on Monday to "explore alternatives" as Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's health remains worrying, sources have told NDTV. Mr Parrikar is believed to have spoken to BJP chief Amit Shah to discuss the move. Mr Parrikar, 62, has been unwell for months and is believed to have expressed his inability to work normally, sou...

  • In Activists' Arrest, 13 'Maoist' Letters And Multiple Loopholes

    In Activists' Arrest, 13 'Maoist' Letters And Multiple Loopholes

    Letters and emailspurportedly recovered from activists arrested by Pune police for Maoist links are riddled with inconsistencies and flawed assumptions, an NDTV analysis has found.

  • Face Of United Opposition Has To Come From Regional Party: Chandan Mitra

    Face Of United Opposition Has To Come From Regional Party: Chandan Mitra

    Chandan Mitra, who recently quit the BJP and joined Trinamool Congress has said the face of the united opposition against the BJP in the 2019 parliamentary elections, "has to come from a regional party." Mr Mitra was speaking at the panel discussion moderated by NDTV at the launch of Kapil Sibal's book "Shades of Truth - A Journey Derailed" on Frid...

  • Videos Of Bhima-Koregaon Speeches Offer A Rebuttal To 'Maoist' Claim

    Videos Of Bhima-Koregaon Speeches Offer A Rebuttal To 'Maoist' Claim

    A gathering of activists in Pune labelled as a Maoist plot pledged to protect the Constitution, according to video reviewed by NDTV. The gathering, known as the Elgar Parishad, held towards the end of December last year, is the basis of a nationwide police crackdown on activists and intellectuals accused of plotting Maoist violence.

  • "Mr Jaitley Was Writing A Blog": NITI Aayog Boss To Notes Ban Fact-Check

    "Mr Jaitley Was Writing A Blog": NITI Aayog Boss To Notes Ban Fact-Check

    The Reserve Bank of India's latest figures suggest that more than 99 per cent of the demonetised currency came back to the system, prompting criticism that the exercise has been a failure.

  • Notes Ban Under Attack, NITI Aayog Boss Explains With "Drain Swamp" Idea

    Notes Ban Under Attack, NITI Aayog Boss Explains With "Drain Swamp" Idea

    Even as the Reserve Bank of India's latest figures suggest that more than 99 per cent of the demonetised currency came back to the system, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar insisted that the scheme was not a failure, and that he supported it on "moral grounds."

  • Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Facing anger over the raids and arrests targeting rights activists, the Maharashtra police today claimed solid evidence including "thousands of documents" that established the activists' links to Maoists and their role in facilitating weapons and funding.

  • "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    After the arrest of five rights activists on Tuesday, which has been challenged in the Supreme Court, Pune police sources claim that their investigations pointed at Maoist activities and a "big conspiracy" that involved recruiting university students.

  • Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    The tussle over the custody of arrested human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj carried on well past midnight after her lawyers alleged that the Pune Police refused to comply with the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

  • "PM Narendra Modi Is God's Gift To India": Shivraj Singh Chouhan To NDTV

    "PM Narendra Modi Is God's Gift To India": Shivraj Singh Chouhan To NDTV

    Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, running for a record fourth consecutive term, has told NDTV that he sees no opposition from a resurgent Congress party.

  • Mehul Choksi Wouldn't Be Citizen If We Knew Of Charges: Antigua Minister

    Mehul Choksi Wouldn't Be Citizen If We Knew Of Charges: Antigua Minister

    Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi's request for citizenship would have been rejected if the Antigua government had known about the charges against him. Antigua Foreign Minister EP Chet Greene told NDTV on Saturday, promising his government's cooperation on an extradition request sent by India on a later date.

  • Blog: Want Lynchings To Stop? A Six-Point Guide For The BJP

    Blog: Want Lynchings To Stop? A Six-Point Guide For The BJP

    As outrage rises over cow-related lynchings, the government has responded by appointing a high-level committee to study the growing menace. They have also issued an advisory asking states to rein in the violence, the second in a month.

  • Have No Grievances Against BJP: Chandan Mitra To NDTV On Party Shift

    Have No Grievances Against BJP: Chandan Mitra To NDTV On Party Shift

    Editor-politician Chandan Mitra, who quit the BJP last week and joined Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress - a party he had once blamed for letting loose a "reign of terror" in Bengal , told NDTV that he made the choice to work for the "betterment" of the state.

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  • As Allies Junk Goa Plan, BJP Scouts For New Formula: 10 Points

    As Allies Junk Goa Plan, BJP Scouts For New Formula: 10 Points

    BJP president Amit Shah has stepped in to handle a potential crisis for the party's government in Goa, where the Congress has staked claim to power at a time Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is in hospital. Amit Shah dialed ally Goa Forward's Vijay Sardesai, a minister in the BJP-led government, after allies rejected a plan to have minister Sudhin D...

  • Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will be admitted to the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi today for treatment at a time when the BJP is exploring options in the state. Mr Parrikar, who returned from the US after a medical check-up last week, was admitted to a hospital in Goa Thursday evening. Mr Parrikar re...

  • BJP To "Explore Alternatives" In Goa After Manohar Parrikar Call: Sources

    BJP To "Explore Alternatives" In Goa After Manohar Parrikar Call: Sources

    The BJP will send a team to Goa on Monday to "explore alternatives" as Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's health remains worrying, sources have told NDTV. Mr Parrikar is believed to have spoken to BJP chief Amit Shah to discuss the move. Mr Parrikar, 62, has been unwell for months and is believed to have expressed his inability to work normally, sou...

  • In Activists' Arrest, 13 'Maoist' Letters And Multiple Loopholes

    In Activists' Arrest, 13 'Maoist' Letters And Multiple Loopholes

    Letters and emailspurportedly recovered from activists arrested by Pune police for Maoist links are riddled with inconsistencies and flawed assumptions, an NDTV analysis has found.

  • Face Of United Opposition Has To Come From Regional Party: Chandan Mitra

    Face Of United Opposition Has To Come From Regional Party: Chandan Mitra

    Chandan Mitra, who recently quit the BJP and joined Trinamool Congress has said the face of the united opposition against the BJP in the 2019 parliamentary elections, "has to come from a regional party." Mr Mitra was speaking at the panel discussion moderated by NDTV at the launch of Kapil Sibal's book "Shades of Truth - A Journey Derailed" on Frid...

  • Videos Of Bhima-Koregaon Speeches Offer A Rebuttal To 'Maoist' Claim

    Videos Of Bhima-Koregaon Speeches Offer A Rebuttal To 'Maoist' Claim

    A gathering of activists in Pune labelled as a Maoist plot pledged to protect the Constitution, according to video reviewed by NDTV. The gathering, known as the Elgar Parishad, held towards the end of December last year, is the basis of a nationwide police crackdown on activists and intellectuals accused of plotting Maoist violence.

  • "Mr Jaitley Was Writing A Blog": NITI Aayog Boss To Notes Ban Fact-Check

    "Mr Jaitley Was Writing A Blog": NITI Aayog Boss To Notes Ban Fact-Check

    The Reserve Bank of India's latest figures suggest that more than 99 per cent of the demonetised currency came back to the system, prompting criticism that the exercise has been a failure.

  • Notes Ban Under Attack, NITI Aayog Boss Explains With "Drain Swamp" Idea

    Notes Ban Under Attack, NITI Aayog Boss Explains With "Drain Swamp" Idea

    Even as the Reserve Bank of India's latest figures suggest that more than 99 per cent of the demonetised currency came back to the system, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar insisted that the scheme was not a failure, and that he supported it on "moral grounds."

  • Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Talk Of Grenade Launcher, Ending "Modi-Raj" In Letters: Cops On Activists

    Facing anger over the raids and arrests targeting rights activists, the Maharashtra police today claimed solid evidence including "thousands of documents" that established the activists' links to Maoists and their role in facilitating weapons and funding.

  • "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    "Fresh Evidence" Led To Arrests, Activists Were Watched For A Week: Cops

    After the arrest of five rights activists on Tuesday, which has been challenged in the Supreme Court, Pune police sources claim that their investigations pointed at Maoist activities and a "big conspiracy" that involved recruiting university students.

  • Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    Judges, Cops In Late-Night Drama Over Activist Sudha Bharadwaj's Arrest

    The tussle over the custody of arrested human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj carried on well past midnight after her lawyers alleged that the Pune Police refused to comply with the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

  • "PM Narendra Modi Is God's Gift To India": Shivraj Singh Chouhan To NDTV

    "PM Narendra Modi Is God's Gift To India": Shivraj Singh Chouhan To NDTV

    Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, running for a record fourth consecutive term, has told NDTV that he sees no opposition from a resurgent Congress party.

  • Mehul Choksi Wouldn't Be Citizen If We Knew Of Charges: Antigua Minister

    Mehul Choksi Wouldn't Be Citizen If We Knew Of Charges: Antigua Minister

    Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi's request for citizenship would have been rejected if the Antigua government had known about the charges against him. Antigua Foreign Minister EP Chet Greene told NDTV on Saturday, promising his government's cooperation on an extradition request sent by India on a later date.

  • Blog: Want Lynchings To Stop? A Six-Point Guide For The BJP

    Blog: Want Lynchings To Stop? A Six-Point Guide For The BJP

    As outrage rises over cow-related lynchings, the government has responded by appointing a high-level committee to study the growing menace. They have also issued an advisory asking states to rein in the violence, the second in a month.

  • Have No Grievances Against BJP: Chandan Mitra To NDTV On Party Shift

    Have No Grievances Against BJP: Chandan Mitra To NDTV On Party Shift

    Editor-politician Chandan Mitra, who quit the BJP last week and joined Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress - a party he had once blamed for letting loose a "reign of terror" in Bengal , told NDTV that he made the choice to work for the "betterment" of the state.

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