Unlike the chaos that usually marks an Indian election campaign, a typical day in the life of Narendra Modi is a meticulously planned affair.
Virtually all the top-rung BJP leaders from Bihar, whether active in the Centre or in the state, have said the JD(U) government will have to go once NDA is in power at the Centre.
Rahul Gandhi had questioned Modi’s marriage declaration in his election affidavit & Congress had complained to Election Commission regarding the same.
Vajpayee, 89, was considered indispensable for the BJP and his face was ubiquitous in all party campaigns and programmes all these decades.
Heavy turnout in riot-affected areas of Uttar Pradesh follows volatile comments by Amit Shah and Azam Khan
Among the parties that are on the BJP radar are Jayalalithaa's AIADMK, Naveen Patnaik’s BJD, AGP & Om Prakash Chautala’s Indian National Lok Dal.
In its Lok Sabha election manifesto released today, BJP did not mince any words to show its opposition to FDI in multi-brand retail.
No question of BJP allowing state govt to have discretion on FDI in multi-brand retail: Yashwant Sinha
"The BJP manifesto has only reiterated the party stand that an NDA government at the Centre will not allow FDI in multi-brand retail."
We take a look at what BJP, Congress and AAP's stand is on issues of national security, economy, defence, education and FDI.
Given the recent turn BJP campaign has taken, Muslim voters may not be overly impressed. Already there are murmurs that the Shias in UP may support BSP.
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