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Union Minister Anurag Thakur slams Congress CMs for defending Sonia Gandhi

In response to the Congress's claim that the Enforcement Directorate had harassed the party's president Sonia Gandhi, Union Minister Anurag Thakur criticised the Chief...

Union Minister Pralhad Joshi hints SDPI, PFI links in BJP worker’s murder

Union Minister Pralhad Joshi suspected a political motive for the horrible murder of young BJP worker Praveen Nettaru in Karnataka's Bellare on Wednesday, pledging that the state government will bring the perpetrators to justice.

EPS elected AIADMK’s interim General Secy after HC approves crucial meeting

Edappadi Palaniswami (EPS) was on Monday elected as AIADMK's interim General Secretary at its General Council meeting held in Chennai. This comes after the termination of dual-leadership structure in the party.

“Not rebels but Shiv Sena”: Eknath Shinde on being called rebels

Shinde, who is residing in a Guwahati hotel with other Shiv Sena dissidents, went to the Kamakhya temple in the morning.

Congress MLAs to meet in Delhi for ‘Satyagraha’

Congress has summoned its MLAs from various states to the party headquarters in the capital to further its "Satyagraha" in protest over the Enforcement Directorate's (ED) investigation into Rahul Gandhi in a money laundering case connected to the National Herald newspaper and the Centre's recently launched Agnipath recruiting programme.

Maharashtra stir: Thackeray calls cabinet meeting today

In the midst of political upheaval in Maharashtra that has cast doubt on the governing Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition government's existence, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has scheduled a State Cabinet meeting for 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

P Chidambaram and Kiren Rijiju clash over the sedition law

Congress praised the Supreme Court's decision to put the sedition statute on hold on Wednesday, saying it sends a clear message to oppressors of dissent that "you can no longer repress the voice of truth" and individuals who are critical of the government must be heard.

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