Amidst emotional and stoic scenes, Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) General Dalbir Singh, Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Phillip Campose and other senior officers, besides rank and file, paid tribute to martyred hero Colonel Munindra Nath Rai, the commanding officer of 42 Rashtriya Rifles.
In an exclusive interview with Zee News Editor - Sudhir Chaudhary, Shah spelt out BJP's strategy for the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections. When asked about how important were these elections for the BJP, Shah said, "In electoral politics, we never take any election lightly.
After his strategy bore rich dividends in the in the General Elections last year, the Delhi Assembly polls 2015 are being seen as the next big assignment for Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah. But the man recognised as the 'Chanakya' of BJP says he hasn't taken any election lightly and his mantra remains 'maximum seats with maximum margin.'
A day after giving a detailed blueprint of her action plan for women safety in Delhi, BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Thursday shared her 15-point program that will increase engagement with and development of Delhi's youth.
Days after he quit Congress and created a controversy by taking down the website of the party state unit, Sanjey Puri on Thursday joined Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) along with scores of Janakpuri block Congress workers.
In a move towards effective implementation of the tobacco control laws, the Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) has declared all polling stations in Delhi as no-smoking zones in the upcoming assembly polls to be held on February 7.
The BJP on Thursday said it will issue a vision document and not a manifesto for the Feb 7 Delhi assembly polls as it fielded a number of union ministers, chief ministers and MPs to campaign for the party.
Out to campaign in the BJP strongholds of Karol Bagh and Rajendra Place, the party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Wednesday had to keep mostly silent as she was suffering from a severe throat infection.
Looking to get women voters on its side, BJP leader and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said that Delhi needs a strong administrator to ensure the safety of women and Kiran Bedi, the party's chief ministerial candidate, fits the bill as she is a former police officer.