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HIN: भारतीय जनता पार्टी भारत का एक राष्ट्रवादी राजनैतिक दल है। इस दल की स्थापना ६ अप्रैल १९८० में हुई थी। इस दल के वर्तमान अध्यक्ष राजनाथ सिंह है। भारतीय जनता युवा मोर्चा इस दल का युवा संगठन है। २००४ के संसदीय चुनाव में इस दल को ८५ ८६६ ५९३ मत (२२%, १३८ सीटें) मिले थे। भाजपा का मुखपत्र कमल संदेश है, जिसके संपादक ...
for34against   मैं स्पष्ट रूप से समर्थन करते हैं. भारतीय जनता पार्टी बहुत अच्छी राजनैतिक पार्टी है. उदाहरण के लिए, यह है क्योंकि ... (यदि मैं चाहता था इसलिए यह अच्छा है लिखने के लिए, मैं इसे यहाँ लिखा है), positive
for33against   मैं पुरजोर विरोध कर रहा हूँ. भारतीय जनता पार्टी काफी खराब है पसंद है. उदाहरण के लिए, यह है क्योंकि ... (यदि मैं चाहता था इसलिए लिखने के लिए बुरा है, मैं इसे यहाँ लिखा है), negative
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Conduct of GU elections unfair: BJP


PANAJI: The elections to the executive committee of the Goa university's students' council, which are scheduled to culminate on September 30, appear to be running into the danger of being stalled yet again. The Bharatiya Janata Party Students' Cell, in a press conference held on Tuesday evening, alleged that the elections are being carried out in a manner which is unfair to its representatives. The Cell's president, Atmaram Bharve, said, "On September 23, a list of candidates was displayed only to be revoked later. Two days later, it was put up again with a few new names added. ...


BJP announces list of 87 candidates for Bihar polls


The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) first list of candidates for the upcoming assembly elections in Bihar has re-nominated 46 of its sitting MLAs. BJP currently has 54 seats in the Bihar Vidhan Sabha and the party is planning to fight 102 seats. The party central election committee (CEC) that met for the second consecutive day today, have named 87 candidates. Apart from ministers and sitting MLAs, tickets have also been given to former BJP MLAs, party loyalists, people who have crossed over from the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), sons of Bihar politicians and prominent writers of ...


India's Bharathiya Janatha Party against army to Sri Lanka


India's Bharathiya Janatha Party (BJP) claimed that it would not support to send the Indian army to Sri Lanka to create 'Eelam' as proposed by AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa."We do not favour sending army to Sri Lanka since we had a bad experience earlier (reference to IPKF in 1987). What we want is a permanent solution to the Tamil issue in Sri Lanka in a democratic way," BJP senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu told media."At this juncture, people especially Tamils, who were affected by the war in Sri Lanka, have to be rehabilitated," he said. ... See Colombopage


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Article : Shri Arun Jaitley on "The Congress-AAP Paradox"
The Congress-AAP Paradox  ARUN JAITLEYLeader of Opposition, Rajya Sabha What is the exact nature of the Congress-AAP relationship?  Many have suggested that AAP is the B -Team of the Congress.  The truth is otherwise.  For the present, the Congress has agreed to the humiliation of working as the B-Team of the AAP.  The relationship between the two merits some other comments. The BJP as the largest single party in Delhi got only 32 seats.  It was clear that till it achieves a stable support of 36 MLAs it will not try and form the government.  The BJP in an upfront manner informed the Lt. Governor of this statistical reality. The party has reconciled to sitting in opposition or a fresh election. The AAP got only 28 seats.  They were short of the magic figure needed to form a government.  There obviously was a temptation to make their presence felt nationally by forming a government in Delhi.  They went back on their commitment n
Brief Points of Speech : Shri Arun Jaitley at FICCI Annual General Meeting
BRIEF POINTS OF MY ADDRESS AT THE LUNCHEON SESSION OF THE 86TH FICCI ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Indian economy today is passing through a difficult phase. There is a sense of anxiety about the state of the economy if not restlessness. The industry wants the things to move. A year ago, we all worried that a policy paralysis was about to set in. These were expressions being used for the first time. Everyone hoped that in the months to come things are going to improve. There can be no alibi for non-performance on the economic front. Governments which fail to deliver on the economy tend to look for alibis. The Government at the centre gives the alibi that the Parliament is not being allowed to run and that important legislations are held up for want of consensus. But they never look inwards as to what the real problem is. 9 out of 10 measures required for the economy do not need legislations. They are executive decisions which are in the administrative domain. Therefore executive authorit
Blog : Shri L.K. Advani on " Fariq Zakaria demolishes myth that Sardar was anti-muslim "
RAFIQ ZAKARIA DEMOLISHES MYTH THAT SARDAR WAS ANTI-MUSLIM I am happy to find that my blogs relating to recent political history are, generally speaking provoking a worthwhile discussion in the media also. It happens that of the blogs I have written this year quite a few relate to integration of princely states, and so centre round Sardar Patel and V.P. Menon. Some of these draw pointed attention to the Sardar’s differences with Pandit Nehru. Out of the leading English dailies in the country I have generally regarded The Hindu Group of Chennai as reasonable and balanced, both in its news presentation as well as in its editorials and choice of articles. That these may be in sharp variance with my party’s stand or even with my own views does not affect the esteem in which I hold this Group. So I have been surprised to see this month an issue of FRONTLINE (December 13, 2013) which has photographs of Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel on its cover along with this comment: “Hi
Article : Shri Arun Jaitley on "Political Opportunism camouflaged with popular sanction"
Political Opportunism camouflaged with popular sanction ARUN JAITLEY (Leader of opposition, Rajya Sabha)  The period of Internal Emergency from June 1975 till January 1977 was a great learning experience for me. I was still a student  and one of the youngest detenus who spent 19 months in detention for having opposed the Emergency.   A key question for us in prison was how long emergency will last.  Mrs. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, consistently justified  her dictatorship, proclamation of emergency, press censorship, detentions of political opponents on the ground that it was a ‘bitter pill’ to be swallowed during the ‘era of discipline’.  She claimed that the people of India  supported it.  She was convinced that the 20-Point programme that she announced during the emergency had a popular sanction.  There was no way of measuring this support. But her unilateral assessment guided her political de



 
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