Archive for October, 2013

BJP blamed on Delhi government is insecure to women

The BJP today blamed to the capital city government of being “insensitive” and insecure after a former employee of a Delhi University college, who had set herself on fire outside Delhi Secretariat a week ago after alleging sexual harassment by a college principal, succumbed to her injuries. “It is shocking that the victim immolated herself […]

BJP’s ‘Samvad Cell’ has launched website

On Sunday BJP’s ‘Samvad Cell’ has launched its website which will contain information about the party’s leaders and candidates who will be contesting in the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections. The meeting of the Samvad Cell was held at the Delhi BJP main office where youth conversant with social media took an oath to help BJP […]

BJP plans to have multiple manifestos for essembly polls in Delhi

The days after the polls dates were announced, the Delhi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is trying to speed up work on its manifesto. According to sources, BJP leader Harsh Vardhan, convenor of the manifesto committee, met senior BJP leader LK Advani to seek his advice.

AAP may winn 47 seats in Delhi polls

According to AAP’s latest survey, AAP’s Political Affairs Committee member Yogendra Yadav said, “We are witnessing something unprecedented, support AAP was 14 per cent in February, 27 per cent in August and has shot up to 32 per cent in September…it is a wave in the making” Here is the transcript of the interview Question: […]

BJP will declear the candidates list on Oct 7 for upcoming polls

The Delhi BJP looks set to miss another deadline for declaring its first list of assembly poll candidates. The party had set a deadline of September 15 but revised it to October 7.

Election Commission declear dates for 2013 poll

The die has been cast, with India’s Election Commission (EC) on Friday announcing dates for crucial assembly polls in five states that will gauge the relative strengths and weaknesses of the Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) before they face off in next year’s general election.

BJP confidence to remove the Congress from Delhi and Rajasthan

Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday expressed confidence that her party would succeed in removing the Congress from Rajasthan and Delhi, and asserted that they are fully prepared to face the elections with a great sense of satisfaction.