Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti has stoked a controversy by allegedly making communal remarks and using an expletive in an election rally, leaving the BJP and the government embarrassed as an angry Opposition demanded that she be sacked.
Amid all-round condemnation of Union Minister of State Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti's controversial remarks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday cautioned all his ministers as well as BJP MPs against using derogatory language.
The Tamil Nadu Government on Saturday
condemned the remarks of `dark and dirty` Tamilians by a US
diplomat with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa alleging it smacked
of racism and an affront to all Tamilians.
Dubbing the statement of Home
Minister P Chidambaram on Gujarat government`s action against
some IPS officers, as "fairly disruptive of the federal
set-up", BJP said the Centre was "not a big brother".
Home Minister P Chidambaram
Tuesday dismissed Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa`s statement demanding his resignation on the ground he was elected in "fraudulent" manner in 2009 Lok Sabha polls calling it a "gross contempt of court".
BJP president of Mumbai unit Raj
Purohit may come in for trouble for his remarks criticising a girl, whose sting video of a `paani puri` vendor apparently urinating into a jug kept on his handcart, recently created a stir.
Kerala Chief Minister VS Achuthanandan hit back at an organisation of Nairs, a
major caste of the Hindu fold in the state, saying its leader
belongs to that category of people who act like "servants of