Digital India ineffective without 24X7 power supply: Mayawati

 BSP chief Mayawati on Thursday said the Digital India programme is ineffective until Prime Minister Narendra Modi fulfills his pre-poll promise of supplying electricity to every home.

Govt may consider any decision on land bill after Bihar polls

Government may consider any decision on the contentious land bill issue only after Bihar polls, expected to be in held in September, even as a parliamentary panel looking into the issue has sought an extension of one week to give its recommendations.

Mayawati asks BJP allies to re-think their ties

BSP supremo Mayawati on Tuesday accused BJP government at Centre and states of not following "raj dharma" and asked the allies of the saffron party especially in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, to reconsider their alliance.

BSP has deep roots in Maharashtra: Mayawati

 BSP supremo Mayawati on Friday said that the roots of the party movement were deep in Maharashtra and exhorted workers to convert it into electoral success and emerge as balance of power in the state.

UP govt to demolish temporary structures near Mayawati's house

The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to demolish three temporary structures built during construction of a flyover near BSP supremo Mayawati's residence to ensure smooth flow of traffic.

Mayawati attacks SP govt in UP
Mayawati attacks SP govt in UP

 BSP president Mayawati on Tuesday had a dig at Uttar Pradesh government for announcing compensation to victims of recent cases of crime and communal flare ups and alleged that the ruling dispensation is "giving patronage" to people indulging in such incidents instead of taking action.

Mayawati accuses govt of 'communalising' Yoga Day celebrations

BSP chief Mayawati on Monday accused the central government of "communalising" Yoga Day celebrations and said the ruling BJP had once again proved that it was not ready to shun its "narrow mindedness".

BJP, SP spreading hatred, communalism: Mayawati

BSP president Mayawati on Wednesday accused BJP and Samajwadi Party of spreading hatred and communalism in the society as some of their leaders were "spewing venom" and demanded stern action against them.

BSP to contest Bihar Assembly polls 'with full preparation': Mayawati

BSP president Mayawati on Tuesday said her party will contest the coming assembly elections in Bihar with "full preparation" and "strength".

Bihar polls: BSP to contest elections 'with full preparation', says Mayawati

 BSP president Mayawati on Tuesday said her party would contest the coming assembly elections in Bihar with "full preparation" and "strength".

'Need no certificate from anyone on BJP's performance'

Responding to the allegations levelled by BSP supremo Mayawati on Centre and UP government, BJP and SP on Sunday hit out at her saying that she should first remember scams during her own regime.

Modi govt 'disappointing', bad days for people: Mayawati

 Charging Narendra Modi government with following UPA's footsteps, BSP surpemo Mayawati on Sunday said one year of NDA rule was "disappointing" as people experienced "bad days".

SC rejects UP Lokayukta's plea against BSP MLA membership

The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to interfere with the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court's order quashing Uttar Pradesh governor's decision disqualifying Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MLA Uma Shankar Singh's membership.

Cheating complaint against CM Devendra Fadnavis for 'false' promise on quota

 A complaint for "cheating" and other offences was today filed before a magistrate's court in Baramati in Pune district against Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for giving "false" assurance on reservations for Dhangar (shepherd) community.

Mayawati's brother arrested for assault on nephew, constable

BSP chief Mayawati's younger brother Subhash Kumar was arrested by Delhi Police after he allegedly assaulted his nephew and his wife and also slapped an on-duty constable.

Ex-MP Dhananjay Singh to face trial from July 2 in maid murder case

Former BSP MP Dhananjay Singh was on Saturday put on trial by a Delhi court for the alleged offence of destruction of evidence in the maid murder case.

CB-CID probe holds farmers responsible for 2011 Bhatta-Parsaul bloody clashes
CB-CID probe holds farmers responsible for 2011 Bhatta-Parsaul bloody clashes

A CB-CID probe into the farmers' violent protest at Bhatta-Parsaul in May 2011 has submitted its report and held the farmers guilty for the clashes.

Khattar inaugurates projects worth several crores in Faridabad

Haryana Government is committed to development of all parts of the state equally, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said here while announcing several projects for the district.

FIR against 16 people in UP for making casteist remarks

Acting on the order of a local court, an FIR has been lodged against 16 people, including eight named, for allegedly cutting a cake prepared from cow dung on the birthday of BSP supremo Mayawati.

Janata Parivar will crumple due to internal fights: BSP

 BSP on Wednesday said the newly conceived Janata Parivar would crumple due to internal fights between its six constituent parties.