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He said that under BJP government, debt-ridden farmers commit suicide but big businessmen who default, are gifted hundreds of crores. »
PM Narendra Modi who is on a foreign trip and has landed in Malaysia today, is yet to react on the by-polls results. »
BJP tried every trick but couldn't get the desired numbers, despite emerging as the single biggest party in Karnataka. »
Congress objected that national anthem was played and instead of national flag, party flag was hoisted but BJP has played it down. »
BJP has said that the Congress leader's statement was objectionable and was aimed to get attention after being away from limelight for a long time. »
Kamal Nath has been given charge of MP Congress. He will be president of PCC while Scindia will head campaign committee. »
The group of employees belonging to general category, have been upset with CM over his statement that no one can dare take away the quota. »
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the existing age of retirement, which was 60 years, is being raised by two more years. »
The figure of suicides in Madhya Pradesh is highest among all the states in the country, says Berozgar Sena. »
The minister has said why such uproar is created over farmers’ death only when several MLAs in state have died too »
He advised recital for an hour each day and said that Lord Hanuman has the power to stop the damage inflicted by natural calamities. »
Opposition has said that BJP has failed to generate employment and is instead confusing self-employment with job creation. »
Congress leaders expressed surprise that how could FIR be registered on complaint of someone who is already in jail on charges of blackmailing. »
A note demanding apology from the CM, was also put up allegedly by a section of Gurjar community after the defacement »
Thackeray said that party will fight for the cause of Hindutva. He asked why Modi didn't take Israeli PM to Lal Chowk in Srinagar to hoist flag in Kashmir, instead of Ahmedabad. »
Though BJP performed well, Congress snatched several civic councils from it, signalling that it would be a tough fight in Assembly polls later this year. »
Narendra Modi govt announced abolition of Haj subsidy, soon after the Triple Talaq law, sending message to the BJP's core constituency »
Till now, Kartikeya Singh Chouhan was more seen in political events in Budhni, his father's pocketborough. »
"The Gregorian calendar should be replaced with Hindu calendar officially and Gudi Padwa needs to be celebrated, not foreign New Year". »
Even as more details are awaited and police officials are conducting probe, Congress has said that it was an attack on Kamal Nath's life. »
'Faisla Hinduon ke paksh mein hoga, nahi hoga to karwaya jayega' (Verdict will be in favour and if not, then it would be brought in favour). »
In MP, Congress has been trying to emulate BJP. It doesn't want to give impression that BJP alone represents Hindus. »
The BJP leaders including ministers have openly condemned Godse temple while Congress wants FIR but Mahasabha supporters are also hitting streets. »
Though it is a traditional Congress seat, the victory is a big boost for the Congress after its win in Ater bypoll sometime ago. »
ABVP won in more colleges but NSUI's performance has been good considering Congress' weak political situation in the state. »
While Kamal Nath is a veteran leader, Scindia is considered a dynamic leader with mass following, »
Congress has made a sharp attack on Shivraj Chouhan, reminding him how he used to protest during UPA regime. »
Chouhan was speaking in the context of Digvijaya's recent tweet. The CM told this to a news agency in Delhi. »
China stops Mansarovar Yatra but BJP government is inviting Chinese delegation, urging latter to invest in MP, rues Opposition. »
Mishra might lose his ministerial post as well his MLA status, although the decision of ECI pertains to his previous stint as MLA (2008-2013) »
Chouhan also took stock of losses incurred by the business establishments in during the farmers’ agitation. »
The officials took the memorandum of AAP leaders regarding steps for farmers' welfare but didn't take the 'award'. »
Chouhan shifted the entire secretariat to the makeshift office at the venue and started meeting farmers' groups. »
Only BJP seems to be celebrating these three years. Are families of these jawans who achieved martyrdom, are part of this celebration?”, he asked. »
The women complained that their shops on Mahakaleshwar temple premises were decades' old and had been removed. »
While BJP comfortably win Bandhavgarh seat, Congress eventually retained late Satyadev Katare's seat by 867 votes. His son won the election. »
200 units of power cost Rs 462 in Delhi but the same 200 units of power costs Rs 1,360 in Madhya Pradesh, said Alok Agarwal. »
Party has said that its polling agents were forced out of polling booths. Complained to EC about assault, snatching of gun from policeman, attack on media van. »
MP minister Yashodhara Raje had expressed anguish over Shivraj Chourhan's earlier statement about Scindias. »
Election Commission of India axe on SP-Collector in Bhind after EVM scandal ahead of the by-polls in Madhya Pradesh. »
Speaking in the press conference, Ajay Singh said that earlier Uma Bharti and Babulal Gaur resigned over comparatively minor issues. »
The senior Congress leader said that use of red beacons on cars was nothing but a new form of feudalism in this era. »
Legislators asked questions about how long the ISI network was running and sought replies on the spies' links and their funding. »
A senior leader had added fuel to fire when he said if Shivraj goes to Union ministry, it won't damage party in MP. »
The statement questions the operation and puts Uttar Pradesh police personnel in the dock. »
Will the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh contest the claim? »