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    On a day when the Union Cabinet paved the way for fresh polls in the national capital after eight months of political uncertainty, the Delhi BJP announced on Tuesday that it would contest the polls without a chief ministerial candidate. Buoyed by its recent poll victories in Maharashtra and Haryana, the BJP plans to continue to seek votes in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name
  • Fresh elections in Delhi Fresh elections in Delhi The over-eight-month-long suspense over the fate of Delhi assembly and government has ended with the capital heading for fresh elections. On Monday, the three major political parties - BJP, AAP and Congress - informed lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung that government formation was not possible in the present circumstances and pressed for immediate dissolution of the assembly.
  • Wait and Watch... Wait and Watch... Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday promised to get back every penny of the black money stashed abroad, days after his government was accused of making a U-turn on the issue.
  • Robert Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? Robert Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, on Saturday night angrily pushed away the mic of a reporter when he was asked about his land deals. The incident took place in Ashoka Hotel in New Delhi.
  • Big B Joins Swachh Bharat Campaign Big B Joins Swachh Bharat Campaign Amitabh Bachchan rolled up his sleeves and swept the streets of Mumbai on Wednesday (October 29) as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s Swachch Bharat campaign.
  • More to go... More to go... The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the government to submit to it the names of all foreign bank account holders by Wednesday, saying it need not provide a `protective umbrella` to such persons.