Burqa-clad women seek votes for BJP in Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) , Apr 20 : A group of Muslim workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), including some burqa-clad women on Saturday carried out a door to door campaign seeking votes in Jamalpur Darwaza area of Ahmedabad West Lok Sabha seat. Full Story
Congress seeks security for Hardik after attack
Ahmedabad, April 19 : The Congress on Friday urged the Election Commission to immediately provide security to Patidar leader Hardik Patel, hours after he was slapped by a man who alleged Patel was playing politics with the sentiments of the community.
Not satisfied with EVM: Sam Pitroda
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) , Apr 18 : Sam Pitroda, a confidant of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on Thursday said that he is not satisfied with the use of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Full Story
Terrorism confined to two-and-half J and K districts: Modi
Amreli (Gujarat), April 18 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday claimed that the NDA government has restricted terrorist activities to only "two-and-a-half" districts in Jammu and Kashmir while not a single bomb blast was reported from anywhere else in the country in the last five years.
13 killed in Gujarat in unseasonal rain, dust storm
Gandhinagar, April 18 : Unseasonal rain and severe dust storm in different parts of Gujarat over the last two days claimed 13 lives even as authorities Thursday predicted that temperatures that had fallen to less than 3 to 7 degrees below normal would rise from next week to mark a normal summer.
Modi says Congress will destroy Gujarat
Himmatnagar/Surendranagar (Gujarat), April 17 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the Congress had a pathological hatred for Gujarat and if it formed a government at the Centre, the party would destroy the state as its "first target."
BJP MLA tells voters Modi watching them on CCTVs
Ahmedabad, April 16 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator from Central Gujarat's Fatepura constituency Ramesh Katara has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is watching every polling booth through closed-circuit television network.