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Court acquits ex BSP MP Dhananjay Singh in rape case

Former BSP MP Dhananjay Singh was on Friday acquitted by a Delhi court of the charges of raping and criminally intimidating a woman after the alleged victim turned hostile.

Lok Sabha condemns Peshawar school attack

The Lok Sabha observed a brief silence and condemns the Peshawar school attack in Pakistan

Yogi Adityanath wants to communalise UP, alleges Mayawati

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Monday accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Gorakhpur, Yogi Adityanath, of trying to communalise Uttar Pradesh.

BJP, RSS spreading communal tension through conversions: BSP

BSP on Thursday accused BJP and RSS of spreading communal tension in the country through forced conversions and sought a ban on such outfits saying it was the responsibility of both the Centre and the state government to take stern action against them.

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NCP spent over Rs 51 crore, BSP Rs 30 crore in LS, Assembly polls in 2014

The NCP spent over Rs 51 crore while BSP shelled out more than Rs 30 crore during polls this year in the country, according to the latest data on parties' election expenses which, however, are yet to be shared by BJP and Congress.

Congress gets over Rs 66 cr in donations above Rs 20,000, BSP nil

Congress received donations worth over Rs 66 crore and NCP garnered about Rs 14 crore from individuals and business entities in fund contributions of over Rs 20,000 in the last financial year while BJP was among the parties which did not disclose such details to the Election Commission till the November 30 deadline.

Eyes on 2017 UP Assembly polls, SP tries to woo Dalits

Sensing an opportunity in the dismal showing by BSP in the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party is silently working towards weaning away its arch-rival's Dalit vote bank with an eye on the 2017 Assembly polls.

BSP candidate from Jammu East assembly withdraws in support of Congress

BSP candidate from Jammu East assembly constituency Showkat Gujjar on Friday withdrew his candidature in support of the congress nominee from the seat.

UP Legislative Council adjourned sine die

The Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council was on Wednesday adjourned sine die, a day after the Assembly was adjourned indefinitely.

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Uttarakhand Speaker orders probe into sting operation

The first day of Uttarakhand Assembly's Winter Session on Monday witnessed ruckus by opposition BJP over a sting operation that reportedly shows a member of the ruling alliance claiming that "he can topple" the government, following which Speaker ordered a probe.

Sting operation issue rocks Uttarakhand Assembly

The Uttarakhand Assembly was adjourned repeatedly on Monday after opposition BJP created a ruckus demanding a discussion over the issue of a sting operation reportedly involving a member of the ruling alliance claiming to topple the government.

BSP won't oppose Insurance Bill if select committee meets its demands: Mayawati

New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party ( BSP) chief Mayawati on Monday said her party will not oppose the passage of the Insurance Bill during the Winter Session of Parliament if the select committee, which is scrutinizing the bill agrees to their demands.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan: Raju Srivastav wields the broom, nominates Mayawati, Azam

Stand-up comedian Raju Srivastav, who was nominated for Swachhta Abhiyaan by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, weilded the broom here on Sunday and nominated Mayawati and Azam Khan among 11 persons for the cleanliness challenge.

Case against BSP leader for attempt to grab land

Hardoi: A case has been registered against a BSP leader and six others in connection with an incident of alleged firing to grab a piece of land belonging to a graveyard in Unnati village here, police said Friday.

BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, students

 Opposition BSP on Thursday accused a UP Government's minister of misbehaving with the staff and students of a government girls' school at Banda while he conducted an inspection there.

RTI norms: CIC to hear complaints against 6 political parties

A full bench of the Central Information Commission will hear on Friday complaints against six national political parties for non-compliance of its order that they came within the ambit of RTI Act and had to put in place all mandatory requirements under the law.

HC gives six weeks time to UP govt on PIL against Mayawati

The Allahabad High Court Wednesday gave six weeks time to UP government to file its counter affidavit on a PIL seeking direction to the state to institute an inquiry against Mayawati for alleged misuse of public money in construction of memorials during her tenure as Chief Minister.