BJP president Nitin Gadkari, in his first speech made a candid assessment of the party’s present-day state of affairs.
Mamta drops presidential address to condem Maoist attack on the EFR camp at Silda in the West Midnapore district.
Although the new BJP chief has bridged deficit trust among colleagues and exhorted them to embrace social development, he’s offered very little clue of the kind of politics he’s going to pursue in the coming days.
Shibu Soren may have been forced by his alliance partners to give up his opposition to the planned anti-Naxal offensive in the state, but the upcoming panchayat elections have given him a pretext to ask the local police to go soft on Maoists.
Finance Ministry’s point-by-point response to discussion paper amplifies differences.
The opposition RJD-LJP combine is, interestingly, targeting both the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre, and the JD(U)-BJP government in the state for their failure to rein in prices.
Babulal Marandi’s vote share in recent polls shows he’s a force to reckon with.
In an exclusive interview with ET, Gadkari outlined his views.
BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Thursday admitted that “indiscipline” was the biggest problem confronting the party, and said that it’d be his priority to restore a semblance of order in the party.
Just when political pundits had begun to write his political obituary, JMM chief Shibu Soren, better known as "Guruji" among his followers, has not only staged an impressive comeback, but also earned the tag of being the "kingmaker".
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