The Public Policy Research Centre (PPRC) released a monograph -- "100 milestones in hundred days" -- to highlight the BJP-led NDA government's major decisions, and asserted they have recorded new chapters in governance.
Gandhi has also referred the issue to a central disciplinary committee headed by AK Antony, who is expected to submit his own report by next week, senior party leaders said
Addressing delegates from nearly 200 countries at the high-level segment of the 14th conference of parties to United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, he said India would put an end an to its use in the coming years.
Reports suggest that the Congress has reached out to Mayawati as the BSP continues to hold pockets of influence in Haryana
RSS' joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale described NRC as a "complicated and a complex issue" as names of many Bangladeshi illegal immigrants are in voters list.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has approved their appointment, party's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said in a statement.
The 87-year-old leader took the membership of the saffron party in the presence of UP BJP chief Swatantradev Singh.
New Delhi has the political, economic and soft power heft to engage the Taliban. Doing so can help it socialise the Taliban, wean it away from Pakistan and get a foot in the door of the Afghan peace process. This will also enable India to balance the expanding role of China in the region’s dynamics.
At a press conference, the MP from the New Delhi constituency wondered if the Kejriwal government had an "understanding with those who raised the controversial slogans" on the JNU campus in February 2016.
Addressing the fourth conclave of the North-East Democratic Alliance (NEDA), the NDA's version in the northeast, the BJP president also accused successive Congress government's of having alienated the region from the rest of the country.
The SP chief, who was scheduled to meet party leader Azam Khan on September 9, also claimed that the administration has said his visit could result in riots in Rampur.
To discredit NRC, the party is planning to enlist state leaders, national leaders, RSS workers and influencers to question the list
Addressing the fourth conclave of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) here in the presence of Shah, Sangma questioned whether the Centre will bypass discussions with the states before reintroducing the bill.
With this yatra, AAP is aiming to reach out to the people of Delhi and outline the public welfare work it has done so far
Senior MLA and BJD Spokesperson P K Deb on Sunday said the state government will write to the Centre seeking some amendments in the Act.
According to an updated list of speakers for the General Debate of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Modi will address the high-level session on the morning of September 27.
With the post of the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee chief up for the grabs, the infighting within the state Congress unit is conspicuous. If left to fester, this infighting could destabilise the state government .
Lauding the youths of the country at the closing ceremony of 11th National Youth Summit here, Singh said all wars, including the one in Kargil, were won by young soldiers.
After submitting a memorandum to Shah, who is also the Union Home Minister, at the venue of the 68th Plenary Session of the North East Council (NEC) here, the party's state unit president Ranjit Dass told reporters that they had discussed "anomalies in the contentious NRC" with the party national president.
As the government completed 100 days in office in its second consecutive term, the minister also allayed fears of a slowdown, saying the fundamentals of the Indian economy are strong and there is no "panic situation" in the country.
Congress' senior spokesperson Kapil Sibal, addressing a press conference, also alleged that the government's 100 days in office have been characterised by "arrogance, uncertainty and vendetta politics".
Kicking off the BJP's campaign for Haryana Assembly election, Modi told a rally here that the people of India were the inspiration behind his government's major decisions in various fields from farm sector to national security and took a swipe at the opposition parties, saying they are still “numb" from their Lok Sabha polls defeat.
The statement said the insurgents had "finalised" a deal with the US that had been expected to allow Washington to begin withdrawing troops in exchange for security promises from the Taliban.
He was addressing the 68th plenary session of North Eastern Council (NEC).
Assembly polls in Haryana are slated for October. There are 90 seats in the state and the BJP currently has 48 MLAs in the assembly.