The centre has given 'full freedom' to its Jammu and Kashmir interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma to decide stakeholders for talks to resolve the protracted crisis in the valley, Union home minister Rajnath Singh said Thursday. 'Whatever he does or doesn't is to be decided solely by Dineshwar Sharma,' the home minister told India Today when asked whether talks were possible with the Hurriyat leaders. 'It's entirely up to the government representative to decide whom the talks should be held with.
Despite facing 22 years of anti-incumbency, despite major trader unrest over the implementation of GST and demonetisation, despite the Patidar, OBC-Thakore and Dalit agitations, the BJP seems set to retain its bastion of Gujarat, according to the results of the India Today-Axis My India Opinion Poll.
The BJP seems set to retain its bastion of Gujarat according to results of an India Today-Axis My India opinion poll. Resisting 22-years of anti-incumbency, major trader unrest over the implementation of GST and demonetisation, as well as the Patidar, OBC Thakore and Dalit agitations Modi's castle looks set to hold despite the resurgence of Congress.
In keeping with his new soft-Hindutva avatar @OfficeOfRG seen wearing a Rudraksha at the Ahmedabad press conference. Indian politics taking a decidedly Hindutva turn. The remaking of Congress in a soft-Hindutva avatar likely to be a key aspect of the new RaGa. https://t.co/emwF6bjuO1
Tomorrow morning @narendramodi will land on a sea plane on the Sabarmati & @OfficeOfRG will do his first press conference as Congress President. Last day of Gujarat polls. Phase two. Home stretch. High voltage.
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