Author says that, On 29 March 2015, at the Bharatiya Janata Paty’s (BJP’s) old office at 11 Ashoka Road, a digital counter was ticking. Party workers, office-bearers and staff, all were staring at the digital screen.

In his address, Guha stressed that betrayal of idealism by Congress and hypocrisy of Left has paved the way to religious jingoism in India.

Talking about the riots in the state during anti-CAA protests, he said that less than one per cent of the people are criminal-minded.

The accident took place after a double-decker bus carrying at least 45 passengers collided with a truck at Dewar Marg in Kannauj district here late on Friday and subsequently went up in flames.

Modi also distributed the Krishi Karman Awards and Commendation Awards to states at a public meeting. He will also give away Agriculture Minister's Krishi Karman Awards for Progressive Farmers.

Talking about the defence preparedness, JP Nadda said, "Not a single gun was bought during UPA tenure. The demand of 'One Rank, One Pension' was pending since 1971.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Shigeru Kitamura, Secretary General of National Security Secretariat (NSS) of Japan, in New Delhi on Tuesday.

opposing the Centre’s decision to hive off or disinvest shares in several PSUs, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday contended that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should talk to experts and all political parties to tide over the economic crisis. Mamata Banerjee asserted that selling off government stake in central public sector firms can only provide temporary respite.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the winter session of the Parliament is an important one and all lawmakers should contribute to enrich the discussions. The winter session, which is all set to start from today, will go on till December 13 and provide a total of 20 sittings spread over a period of 26 days, including four Private Members’ days.

The Citizenship Bill, which the BJP seeks to pass with the aim of granting citizenship to non-Muslims from neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan who came to India before December 31, 2014, will be taken up during the proceedings of the House.