With Gujarat CM Narendra Modi set to embrace a national role in the BJP ahead of the Lok Sabha polls next year and five assembly polls before this year ends, people here are animatedly discussing who he will choose to run the state. Mahesh Langa
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Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi today "whole heartedly" welcomed LK Advani's acceptance of BJP parliamentary board's rejection of his resignation, saying he knew the veteran leader will not disappoint party workers.
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi has taken a page out of Mahatma Gandhi’s book to give a fresh spin to the state’s development story.
Leader of opposition in Gujarat assembly, Shankersinh Vaghela, on Monday said that senior BJP leader L K Advani was now reaping what he sowed in last few years.
Did BJP patriarch LK Advani really give Gujarat CM Narendra Modi his blessings on Sunday as the latter claimed after being appointed chief of the party’s national campaign panel for the LS elections? Mahesh Langa
reports. Modi urges Advani to change decision
By-elections results from Gujarat, Bihar and West Bengal are good news for BJP and bad for Congress. HT reports.
A Delhi-bound Indigo Airways flight from Pune made an unscheduled landing here after a passenger onboard suffered a heart attack.
The ruling BJP has swept all the six seats -- two Lok Sabha and four assembly -- which were previously occupied by the Congress party in the by-elections held in Gujarat.
Early trends show that the ruling BJP is leading in all the six seats - two Lok Sabha and four assembly - which were previously occupied by the Congress party in the by-elections held in Gujarat.
A special CBI court today granted permission to the central probe agency to arrest Gujarat IPS officer DG Vanzara, in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case.
Probe into the Ishrat Jehan encounter case has reached the doors of Intelligence Bureau whose Special Director-rank officer was questioned by CBI on the input generated in 2004 that Lashkar-e-Taiba was planning to kill Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
Around 19 per cent voter turnout was recorded till noon for the two Lok Sabha and four assembly seats in Gujarat, where by-elections are being held today amid tight security.
The CBI has summoned Ahmedabad chief public prosecutor Sudhir Brahmbhatt in connection with the alleged fake encounter killing of Mumbra girl Ishrat Jahan and three others in June 2004.
Chief minister Narendra Modi today accused the previous Congress regimes in Gujarat of creating "polity" of the love of chair and said unlike them, his government was working for farmers' welfare.