Devesh Kumar

  • Rajnath, Modi try to enthuse cadre

    Rajnath, Modi try to enthuse cadre

    BJP sought to draw comfort from the fact that the party and its alliance partners had won majority of assembly polls in the past five years, and that they needn’t be bashful about their track-record at the hustings.

    BJP conclave will look for winning formula

    BJP conclave will look for winning formula

    With LS elections just a little over two months away, the party is expected to use the three-day meeting of its national executive-cum-national council, which begins in Nagpur, to zero down on the winning formula.

    Advani wants strategists to lead from front

    Advani wants strategists to lead from front

    BJP’s campaign for the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls is likely to be completely decentralised, with clusters of states being placed under the stewardship of a senior leader.

    Arun Jaitely on the political ads

    Arun Jaitely on the political ads

    It has become a standard practice for governments to misuse govt. funding on electoral eves before the Code of Conduct comes into force to launch political campaigns, says Arun Jaitely

    GJM’s poll carrot has BJP thinking on Gorkhaland

    GJM’s poll carrot has BJP thinking on Gorkhaland

    In an attempt to gain a foothold in the Dooar region of West Bengal, comprising the districts of Darjeeling and parts of Jalpaiguri, the BJP leadership is willing to accommodate “in some manner” the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha’s Gorkhaland statehood demand.

    No need to review seat-sharing: BJP to allies

    No need to review seat-sharing: BJP to allies

    The BJP has categorically told its allies in Maharashtra, Bihar and Orissa that it was not in favour of disturbing the terms of engagement in these states in the coming Lok Sabha polls.

    SP squeezes Cong options further

    SP squeezes Cong options further

    The Samajwadi Party total numbers of seats covered by it so far in the state to 53, making it more difficult for the Congress to agree to the seat-sharing terms dangled before it.

    Ex-IAF chief Tipnis boards political flight, to join BJP

    Ex-IAF chief Tipnis boards political flight, to join BJP

    Former chief of the air staff, Air Chief Marshal (Retd.) A Y Tipnis is likely to join the BJP soon. He may, as a matter of fact, be fielded as a candidate from Maharashtra in the coming Lok Sabha polls.

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