Amit Shah And Smriti Irani

Amit Shah, Smriti Irani to contest Rajya Sabha polls from Gujarat

BJP President Amit Shah and Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani will contest the Rajya Sabha polls from Gujarat. The decision was taken at party's parliamentary board which met in New Delhi this evening.

The term Irani, Congress leader Ahmed Patel and Dilip Pandya are coming to an end on 18th of next month. The election is scheduled for 8th August.

Tribal leader of the party from Mandla in Madhya Pradesh Sampatiya Uikey will contest the Rajya Sabha bye-poll from state. The seat falls vacant due to demise of Union Minister Anil Madhav Dave.

Nitish Kumar Takes Oaths 6tth Times

Bihar Politics: Nitish Kumar takes oath as Bihar CM for the 6th time

Political equations have changed in Bihar. About 20 months ago, the alliance of the Janata Dal United and the Congress which was formed in Bihar was broken. Nitish Kumar has joined the Bharatiya Janata Party and formed the government. Nitish Kumar, who was Chief Minister in the coalition government, resigned last evening.

Today, as Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar took oath for the sixth time at 10 o'clock. BJP Bihar leader Sushil Modi was sworn in as Deputy Chief Minister with him. JD(U) will get confidence vote on 28th July 2017.

Subramanian Swamy

Subramanian Swamy lashes out at Congress for critising GST

Rajya Sabha Member and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy lashed out at the Congress for critising Goods and Service Tax and questioned why the party approved passing of the bill if they were against it.

Swamy was speaking to media persons on the side-lines of the ‘Devarshi Narad Journalism Awards’ distribution ceremony held yesterday evening at Fergusson College in Pune . 

Shankersinh Vaghela

Gujarat: Shankersinh Vaghela resigns as Leader of Opposition in State Assembly

Veteran leader Shankersinh Vaghela, who quit the Congress two days ago, has resigned as Leader of Opposition in the Gujarat Assembly. He sent his resignation letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Sunday.

In his letter shared with the media, Vaghela alleged that he was forced to take the decision as some Congress leaders were conspiring against him ahead of the Assembly polls expected to be held in December.