Watch: JP Nadda takes over as BJP's national president
Jagat Prakash Nadda was elected unopposed as the BJP's national president on Monday, t...
Modi at BJP HQ: Connect with people, expect no support from media
Slamming the opposition parties and the "ecosystem" backing them, Prime Min...
Worker becoming president is speciality of BJP: JP Nadda
BJP's newly-elected president JP Nadda on Monday said it is only possible in BJP tha...
JP Nadda likely to succeed Amit Shah as next BJP President today
BJP working president J P Nadda appears set to be elected as its next national president on January 20, succeeding Amit Shah, with the party...
BJP will scale newer heights during Nadda's presidency: PM Modi
Modi, who felicitated Nadda at the BJP headquarter here, also praised Amit Shah for his contribution, describing him as an "outstanding karyakarta (worker)". "I do not think words can do justice to the rich contribution of Amit Shah Ji as BJP president. During his presidency, BJP got opportunities to serve in several parts of India," Modi said in a series of tweets.
BJP will become stronger, expand further under JP Nadda's leadership: Amit Shah
Nadda was elected unopposed as the BJP national president after he emerged as the only leader in the fray following the nomination process in which his candidature was endorsed by top party brass.
JP Nadda elected BJP president unopposed, takes over from Amit Shah
JP Nadda was elected unopposed as the BJP national president after he emerged as the only leader in the fray.
Nadda, an affable but firm leader
Former environment, health and law minister from Himachal Pradesh, which has just four of the Lok Sabha's 543 seats, Nadda has tried to carve out his own space in national politics with his low profile and astute organisational skills, believe his party leaders.
Amit Shah’s visit fails to lift veil of suspense on cabinet expansion
BS Yediyurappa to look at his ministry after he returns from Davos. Interestingly, the newly elected BJP MLAs from the erstwhile “disqualified” camp have not been showing any apparent urgency about the cabinet expansion.
Amit Shah’s Karnataka visit prolongs suspense over cab expansion
The CM left for Davos on Sunday on a six-day trip to attend the world economic summit amid an uneasy lull. While Yediyurappa has said he will expand his ministry after his return, it has meant little by way of a message. Sections of BJP leaders are intrigued as to why the party leadership is not letting the CM go ahead with the much delayed expansion .
Each vote cast for BJP is a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare: Sisodia
Claiming that the BJP is insulting the people of Delhi who are beneficiaries of pro-people policies "by calling them bikau or freeloaders", Sisodia said BJP leaders Amit Shah and J P Nadda should apologise to the people.
Only BJP is party of ideology, all others are dynastic: JP Nadda in Guwahati
While addressing a public gathering in Assam’s Guwahati on January 04, the working president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) JP Nadda spoke ...
FM Nirmala Sitharaman holds pre-budget meet with BJP leaders
The BJP has been holding a series of meetings with various stakeholders, including business leaders, farmer bodies and trade unions, as part of its per-Budget dialogue. These meetings are being coordinated by party spokesman on economic issues, Gopal Krishna Agarwal.
60% of CAA events done, BJP readies for big UP outreach
BJP President Amit Shah has done three rallies while four more are lined up even as the party has held 61 of 99 rallies and other outreach events planned in support of the CAA. BJP sources told ET that the remaining 38 programmes will be done till January 26.
JP Nadda likely to take over as BJP chief next week
In the run-up to the 2019 general elections, Nadda was in-charge of BJP's election campaign in the politically most crucial state Uttar Pradesh, where the party faced a tough challenge following the grand alliance between the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
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