The CPI(M) today claimed that the Supreme Court's judgement on incidents of mob lynching showed the mirror to the ministers and Prime Minister Narendra Modi "under whose watch such crimes were being committed".
Subramanian Swamy today moved the Delhi High Court seeking direction to the CBI and ED to file status reports in connection with their probe into alleged lobbying by AirAsia India while trying to get international flying licence by manipulating policies and violation of foreign investment norms.
Seeking to the corner Congress on the issue of women empowerment, the government today urged the main opposition party to provide women with a "new deal" by joining hands to pass the bills on women's reservation, instant triple talaq and nikah halala in Parliament.
Amid reports of his candidature for the post of deputy chairman in the Rajya Sabha, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Naresh Gujral today said that he was not in the race.
The row over Rahul Gandhi's reported statement that his party is for Muslims is set to cast its shadow over Parliament's Monsoon Session as both the BJP and the Opposition look to set the tone for some key state polls before the next Lok Sabha elections in less than 10 months.
Launching a sharp attack on Rahul Gandhi, the BJP on Tuesday said that contrary to his claim in a tweet, the Congress President does not love anyone but power.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday slammed the BJP for the attack on his office here by the party's youth wing activists over his remark that "Hindu Pakistan" would be created if the ruling party returns to power in 2019.
"I stand with the last person in the line. The exploited, marginalised and the persecuted," Gandhi said.
Nitish Kumar today declined to divulge the "many things" he discussed with BJP chief Amit Shah during the two meetings they had in Patna, but said he expected the BJP to come out with a seat-sharing formula acceptable to all NDA constituents within four-five weeks.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor's office here was vandalised today by the youth wing activists of the BJP, police said, days after he set off a huge row with remarks that the BJP, if voted to power again, will rewrite the Constitution and pave the way for creation of a "Hindu Pakistan".