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Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay was recently arrested in connection with raising alleged anti-Muslim slogans at New Delhi’s Jantar Mantar.
A new nativist party upends Tripura’s political landscape, leaving even the BJP behind. Pradyot Kishore Manikya Deb Burman, chairman of TIPRA, talks about their fundamental demand: Greater Tipraland.
Can and should the State assign monetary value to an invaluable relationship between mother and child or for that matter a husband and wife, asks Smriti Irani
The Jammu and Kashmir administration, in an affidavit to the Supreme Court, said that Soz was 'never detained nor under house arrest' and there are 'no restrictions on his movement'. Soz, however, has something else to say.
The Delhi government’s home department was requested to grant permission to prosecute Kanhaiya who, along with several more students, was accused of sedition after “anti-India” slogans were allegedly shouted during a protest in JNU in 2016, say sources.
Over 6,500 public meetings and campaigning by senior leaders like Nitin Gadkari, Rajnath Singh and Yogi Adityanath didn't influence Delhi voters but the BJP is unlikely to change its Hindutva track
Exit polls indicate the voters want to give another chance to Narendra Modi to lead the country.
After Narendra Modi ended his remarks, BJP president Amit Shah gave a detailed report card of the campaigning as well as the performance of the NDA government.
Praveen Chakravarty, chairman of Congress' data analytics department, speaks to Outlook on Balakot, party's' NYAY scheme and alliances.
The conflagration of the present must not lock us into myopic anger. What we must seek is an enduring solution.
BJP vice-president and Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe says all those who believe in spiritual democracy are obviously under Hindutva umbrella.
The No. 2 and No. 4 of the CBI had axes to grind against each other. No. 1 also fell out with No. 2 over time, splitting the organisation.
It is clear that the Centre does not want to take any chances with J&K before 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
After the tough Gujarat polls and Rajasthan drubbing, in the duo’s last mile dash, Modicare, MSP, even DeMo will all be ammunition to snipe at the Congress’s scam skeletons. But BJP insiders agree it is not an easy task.
Underpaid, overworked—teachers are in a bad way. And schools are reluctant to comply with strict CBSE rules.
India is improving road and rail connectivity with the China border to enable quick mobilisation of troops and better defence
Call it coincidence or civilisational acumen, atop mountains of the Indian political landscape sit ‘single’ leaders
It seems the saffron party had always been planning from the dugout for reclaiming its share
BJP president Amit Shah, in an interaction with Outlook, touches upon major themes relating to India’s domestic politics and foreign policy...
With key non-NDA parties starting to fall in line, the BJP inches closer to getting India a president from the RSS
The Congress hopes against hope for the entire Opposition to agree on a candidate for president
The country’s east is BJP’s next terrain for political expansion. In Orissa, the first move is proving smart.