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  • 'In BJP, Nobody Asks Who Your Father Is': Himanta Biswa Sarma To NDTV

    'In BJP, Nobody Asks Who Your Father Is': Himanta Biswa Sarma To NDTV

    Himanta Biswa Sarma, credited with the BJP's game-changing strategy in the north east of the country, has no regrets about leaving the Congress two years ago, an exit attributed regularly to the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, who he denounced again today as a committed "dynast."

  • Sonia Gandhi Writes To PM Modi Pledging Congress Support On This Proposal

    Sonia Gandhi Writes To PM Modi Pledging Congress Support On This Proposal

    Sonia Gandhi has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to ensure that legislation that guarantees 33% reservation for women is urgently approved by parliament.

  • CBI Agents Charged With Trespass For Trying To Raid The Wrong Judge

    CBI Agents Charged With Trespass For Trying To Raid The Wrong Judge

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is in big trouble after allegedly landing up at the home of an Orissa High Court judge though it was looking to raid a retired Chief Justice under investigation for corruption. Accused of trespass in a formal complaint filed by the police, the CBI put out a denial today.

  • For 95% Commuters, Bullet Train Means Nothing: Bibek Debroy To NDTV

    For 95% Commuters, Bullet Train Means Nothing: Bibek Debroy To NDTV

    It may have been the top trend of the day with #BulletTrain spinning super-fast dreams for the twitterati, but Bibek Debroy, a railway expert, says the $19 billion project will be irrelevant for all but a tiny portion of Indians.

  • What Intel Experts Warned On Rohingyas In Meet At Prime Minister's Office

    What Intel Experts Warned On Rohingyas In Meet At Prime Minister's Office

    Amid widening international condemnation of India's plans to deport Rohingya Muslims who have escaped the violence against them in Western Myanmar, top officials of the government met in the Prime Minister's Office to review their strategy.

  • 'Does RSS Control Government,' Diplomats Ask Mohan Bhagwat. His Answer

    'Does RSS Control Government,' Diplomats Ask Mohan Bhagwat. His Answer

    Over breakfast at Delhi's Claridges Hotel this morning, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat explained the organisation to diplomats from 50 countries, answering questions like - does the RSS control the BJP and the government.

  • Won't Dictate Food Habits, BJP Assures North East Leaders On Beef Row

    Won't Dictate Food Habits, BJP Assures North East Leaders On Beef Row

    As BJP chief Amit Shah on Tuesday unveiled his target to expand the footprint of the north-eastern coalition led by the BJP across the region, a top BJP leader at the same meeting reassured leaders from North Eastern states that the party did not intend to dictate what people should eat.

  • Nothing Wrong With Being A Swayamsevak: Tripura Governor To NDTV

    Nothing Wrong With Being A Swayamsevak: Tripura Governor To NDTV

    Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy, who stirs up quite a controversy with his tweets, got into a major spat on Tuesday with Trinamool Congress lawmaker Derek O'Brien.

  • In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    The December marriage of a young homeopath in Kerala to a Muslim man returned from the Gulf anchors a wide examination by the country's top counter-terror agency into whether the southern state is being used by terror groups who deploy "love jihad" to recruit young woman. Just days after the Supreme Court allowed the National Investigating Agency o...

  • NN Vohra Says He Wants To Quit, Say Sources; Centre Says Not True

    NN Vohra Says He Wants To Quit, Say Sources; Centre Says Not True

    The Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, NN Vohra, today told Home Minister Rajnath Singh that he would like to resign, said sources. Rajiv Mehrishi, the most senior bureaucrat in the Home Ministry, told NDTV that those reports are incorrect

  • 'Protector Became Beast': CBI Asks For Life Sentence For Ram Rahim

    'Protector Became Beast': CBI Asks For Life Sentence For Ram Rahim

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, self-styled spiritual guru to millions, broke down in court today and pleaded for mercy as he was sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping two women. But the CBI is pushing for life imprisonment citing precedents - and the two women he has been found guilty of raping in 2002 at his ashram say he deserves that. The CBI tod...

  • Amit Shah's Changed Travel Plans Seen As Giveaway Of Cabinet Reshuffle

    Amit Shah's Changed Travel Plans Seen As Giveaway Of Cabinet Reshuffle

    A day before Amit Shah was meant to depart for Chennai, the BJP confirmed that its president's itinerary has been revised and that he will remain in Delhi because of "a greater need to have him in the capital over the next few days."

  • On Day Of Mamata Banerjee's Big Win, Amit Shah Briefs BJP On 2019 Plans

    On Day Of Mamata Banerjee's Big Win, Amit Shah Briefs BJP On 2019 Plans

    At a three-hour long session in Delhi today, BJP chief Amit Shah, accompanied by various power point presentations , met 31 of the party's top leaders including ministers to brief them on his strategy for dominating the 2019 general election. In short, his credo: focus on seats the BJP didn't win last time.

  • 'Party Time Over' As Amit Shah, Tough Boss, Enters Parliament

    'Party Time Over' As Amit Shah, Tough Boss, Enters Parliament

    You know when BJP chief Amit Shah is at the party headquarters, the legend goes. From party members to ministers, everyone is on his toes. Now, say BJP leaders, that will happen in the Rajya Sabha too, with Amit Shah set to make his debut as a member of the Upper House of Parliament.

  • RSS 'Propaganda' On Violence To Block Development: Kerala Chief Minister

    RSS 'Propaganda' On Violence To Block Development: Kerala Chief Minister

    The "RSS propaganda" on violence will hurt the development prospects of Kerala, not the Left-led government as intended, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told NDTV today. The state's people, he said, would not buy the propaganda, since Kerala has the best law and order record in the country. But the allegations could harm its investment prospects an...

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  • 'In BJP, Nobody Asks Who Your Father Is': Himanta Biswa Sarma To NDTV

    'In BJP, Nobody Asks Who Your Father Is': Himanta Biswa Sarma To NDTV

    Himanta Biswa Sarma, credited with the BJP's game-changing strategy in the north east of the country, has no regrets about leaving the Congress two years ago, an exit attributed regularly to the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, who he denounced again today as a committed "dynast."

  • Sonia Gandhi Writes To PM Modi Pledging Congress Support On This Proposal

    Sonia Gandhi Writes To PM Modi Pledging Congress Support On This Proposal

    Sonia Gandhi has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to ensure that legislation that guarantees 33% reservation for women is urgently approved by parliament.

  • CBI Agents Charged With Trespass For Trying To Raid The Wrong Judge

    CBI Agents Charged With Trespass For Trying To Raid The Wrong Judge

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is in big trouble after allegedly landing up at the home of an Orissa High Court judge though it was looking to raid a retired Chief Justice under investigation for corruption. Accused of trespass in a formal complaint filed by the police, the CBI put out a denial today.

  • For 95% Commuters, Bullet Train Means Nothing: Bibek Debroy To NDTV

    For 95% Commuters, Bullet Train Means Nothing: Bibek Debroy To NDTV

    It may have been the top trend of the day with #BulletTrain spinning super-fast dreams for the twitterati, but Bibek Debroy, a railway expert, says the $19 billion project will be irrelevant for all but a tiny portion of Indians.

  • What Intel Experts Warned On Rohingyas In Meet At Prime Minister's Office

    What Intel Experts Warned On Rohingyas In Meet At Prime Minister's Office

    Amid widening international condemnation of India's plans to deport Rohingya Muslims who have escaped the violence against them in Western Myanmar, top officials of the government met in the Prime Minister's Office to review their strategy.

  • 'Does RSS Control Government,' Diplomats Ask Mohan Bhagwat. His Answer

    'Does RSS Control Government,' Diplomats Ask Mohan Bhagwat. His Answer

    Over breakfast at Delhi's Claridges Hotel this morning, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat explained the organisation to diplomats from 50 countries, answering questions like - does the RSS control the BJP and the government.

  • Won't Dictate Food Habits, BJP Assures North East Leaders On Beef Row

    Won't Dictate Food Habits, BJP Assures North East Leaders On Beef Row

    As BJP chief Amit Shah on Tuesday unveiled his target to expand the footprint of the north-eastern coalition led by the BJP across the region, a top BJP leader at the same meeting reassured leaders from North Eastern states that the party did not intend to dictate what people should eat.

  • Nothing Wrong With Being A Swayamsevak: Tripura Governor To NDTV

    Nothing Wrong With Being A Swayamsevak: Tripura Governor To NDTV

    Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy, who stirs up quite a controversy with his tweets, got into a major spat on Tuesday with Trinamool Congress lawmaker Derek O'Brien.

  • In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    The December marriage of a young homeopath in Kerala to a Muslim man returned from the Gulf anchors a wide examination by the country's top counter-terror agency into whether the southern state is being used by terror groups who deploy "love jihad" to recruit young woman. Just days after the Supreme Court allowed the National Investigating Agency o...

  • NN Vohra Says He Wants To Quit, Say Sources; Centre Says Not True

    NN Vohra Says He Wants To Quit, Say Sources; Centre Says Not True

    The Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, NN Vohra, today told Home Minister Rajnath Singh that he would like to resign, said sources. Rajiv Mehrishi, the most senior bureaucrat in the Home Ministry, told NDTV that those reports are incorrect

  • 'Protector Became Beast': CBI Asks For Life Sentence For Ram Rahim

    'Protector Became Beast': CBI Asks For Life Sentence For Ram Rahim

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, self-styled spiritual guru to millions, broke down in court today and pleaded for mercy as he was sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping two women. But the CBI is pushing for life imprisonment citing precedents - and the two women he has been found guilty of raping in 2002 at his ashram say he deserves that. The CBI tod...

  • Amit Shah's Changed Travel Plans Seen As Giveaway Of Cabinet Reshuffle

    Amit Shah's Changed Travel Plans Seen As Giveaway Of Cabinet Reshuffle

    A day before Amit Shah was meant to depart for Chennai, the BJP confirmed that its president's itinerary has been revised and that he will remain in Delhi because of "a greater need to have him in the capital over the next few days."

  • On Day Of Mamata Banerjee's Big Win, Amit Shah Briefs BJP On 2019 Plans

    On Day Of Mamata Banerjee's Big Win, Amit Shah Briefs BJP On 2019 Plans

    At a three-hour long session in Delhi today, BJP chief Amit Shah, accompanied by various power point presentations , met 31 of the party's top leaders including ministers to brief them on his strategy for dominating the 2019 general election. In short, his credo: focus on seats the BJP didn't win last time.

  • 'Party Time Over' As Amit Shah, Tough Boss, Enters Parliament

    'Party Time Over' As Amit Shah, Tough Boss, Enters Parliament

    You know when BJP chief Amit Shah is at the party headquarters, the legend goes. From party members to ministers, everyone is on his toes. Now, say BJP leaders, that will happen in the Rajya Sabha too, with Amit Shah set to make his debut as a member of the Upper House of Parliament.

  • RSS 'Propaganda' On Violence To Block Development: Kerala Chief Minister

    RSS 'Propaganda' On Violence To Block Development: Kerala Chief Minister

    The "RSS propaganda" on violence will hurt the development prospects of Kerala, not the Left-led government as intended, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told NDTV today. The state's people, he said, would not buy the propaganda, since Kerala has the best law and order record in the country. But the allegations could harm its investment prospects an...

  • Amit Shah Wants Written Explanation On Why MPs Were Missing In Rajya Sabha

    Amit Shah Wants Written Explanation On Why MPs Were Missing In Rajya Sabha

    BJP chief Amit Shah is very displeased that several party lawmakers, including some ministers, were absent on Monday in the Rajya Sabha, where the government suffered acute embarrassment when the opposition managed to push crucial changes to a bill on backward classes.

  • Meira Kumar Reacts To Sushma Swaraj's Video Against Her: 'We Are Friends'

    Meira Kumar Reacts To Sushma Swaraj's Video Against Her: 'We Are Friends'

    Meira Kumar, who is running for President of India, says she's not upset with Union Minister Sushma Swaraj, who recently tweeted a video to suggest Ms Kumar, 72, is not president material.

  • It's Official. Nitish Kumar Will Back BJP On President. Here's Why.

    It's Official. Nitish Kumar Will Back BJP On President. Here's Why.

    Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar phoned Sonia Gandhi, the Congress boss, in April to suggest a corralling of opposition parties over the election of the President of India. Mr Kumar pitched the idea of a united opposition candidate as a test run for a Maha-Gathbandhan or Grand Alliance for the general election in 2019.

  • This Yoga Teacher Much In Demand. Star Student Is PM Narendra Modi

    This Yoga Teacher Much In Demand. Star Student Is PM Narendra Modi

    The man who gave Prime Minister Narendra Modi his yoga moves, Dr HR Nagendra, has just got himself an address less than three kilometres away from his star student's Lok Kalyan Marg residence in Delhi. The 71-year old yoga teacher opened a Delhi branch last week in the upmarket Jor Bagh.

  • PM Modi Meets BJP, Opposition Says Give Name Now For President: 10 Facts

    PM Modi Meets BJP, Opposition Says Give Name Now For President: 10 Facts

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi met today with the most senior leaders from his party, including BJP chief Amit Shah. The agenda was focused on deciding the ruling party's choice for the next President of India. An announcement is likely later today, said sources. Left leader Sitaram Yechury has said that if the government does not name its candidate ...

  • Ministry Says 'No' To Screening 4 Documentaries On Kashmir, JNU: 10 Facts

    Ministry Says 'No' To Screening 4 Documentaries On Kashmir, JNU: 10 Facts

    Four documentary films - two on Kashmir, one on the suicide of Hyderabad scholar Rohith Vemula and another on the trouble in Delhi's prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University - have received a thumbs down from the Centre's Information and Broadcasting ministry for failing the "sensitivity" test. Ministry officials say they scrutinize documentary film...

  • Beef A Bad Habit Like Tobacco, Government Obliged To Discourage It: RSS

    Beef A Bad Habit Like Tobacco, Government Obliged To Discourage It: RSS

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi received an invitation today from RSS leader Indresh Kumar to attend the organization's shakhas or meetings. "That will help him learn about India," said Mr Kumar in an interview to NDTV.

  • The Maharaja Is Now Impoverished, Says Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju

    The Maharaja Is Now Impoverished, Says Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju

    The Maharaja has seen good days, but is impoverished now, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju told NDTV on Thursday, sharing that when plan body NITI Aayog said Air India may be the first public sector unit to be up for disinvestment, no one at his ministry was surprised.

  • Smriti Irani Fake Degree Row Back? High Court Asks For Records

    Smriti Irani Fake Degree Row Back? High Court Asks For Records

    A case against union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani accusing her of misrepresenting her education qualifications may not be over yet. The Delhi High Court has today asked for all records on the case to be handed to it.

  • Forces Have Rights Too, Says Kiren Rijiju On Human Shield Used In Kashmir

    Forces Have Rights Too, Says Kiren Rijiju On Human Shield Used In Kashmir

    In a freewheeling interview with NDTV to mark three years of the Narendra Modi government, Junior Home Minister Kiren Rijiju, asked about the challenges in Kashmir, admitted that there are "problems".

  • It's About Postings: Ex-CBI Officer On Why Gujarat Cops Botched Bilkis Bano Case

    It's About Postings: Ex-CBI Officer On Why Gujarat Cops Botched Bilkis Bano Case

    Speaking for the very first time about an investigation he undertook 13 years ago, retired police officer Vivek Dube still gets emotional. When 5 policemen and 2 doctors were also convicted by the Bombay High Court this week in the Bilkis Bano case, Mr Dube knew his job was finally done.

  • Employees Were Very Upset: Air India Chief Ashwani Lohani Who Stood Up to Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad

    Employees Were Very Upset: Air India Chief Ashwani Lohani Who Stood Up to Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad

    When Shiv Sena lawmaker Ravindra Gaikwad was seen pummelling an Air India employee and then bragging about in on television channels, the civil society was as shocked and angry as the airline's employees. So when the airline decided to ban the lawmaker from their flights demanding an apology, triggering a similar boycott by other airlines, many won...

  • Big Miss In Case Against Ex-CBI Chief Ranjit Sinha, Say Officials

    Big Miss In Case Against Ex-CBI Chief Ranjit Sinha, Say Officials

    When the Supreme Court was considering action against Ranjit Sinha for allegedly influencing coal scam cases and meeting the accused at his home, it asked the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation only one question - whether there was any conflict of interest in its officers investigating their former boss.

  • Mother At 57, She Wanted Child Care Leave. Sacked Days Before Retirement

    Mother At 57, She Wanted Child Care Leave. Sacked Days Before Retirement

    For Saphla Devi, her 60th birthday on April 30 is full of mixed emotions. A manager for Railways subsidiary RITES for the last 31 years, Saphla is now also a mother, something that she's wanted to be all her life and only achieved three years ago after 15 bouts of In-vitro Fertilisation treatments.

  • 'Human Shield' May Become Defining Image Of Army: General Who Was Trolled

    'Human Shield' May Become Defining Image Of Army: General Who Was Trolled

    When the former General Officer Commanding of Northern Command Lt General HS Panag was called an ant-national recently for criticising the alleged use of a Kashmiri weaver as a human shield from stone pelting, he had a unique way of dealing with the abuse. Faced with over 2,000-odd tweets threatening to beat him, or questioning his knowledge of Kas...

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