“Though I was initially looking for the PM role, I agreed to join Modi company because I was promised frequent onsite trips. But, now all onsite assignments are taken over by Modi, leaving me with nothing,” complained Sushma.
The Bangalore based programmer N.D Bhakt, who was celebrating his 31st birthday on Saturday is an ardent supporter of Modi and has been an active follower of Modi on Twitter since 2011.
Communal and fringe Hindutva groups today stormed inside the Foreign Exchange outlets here in the city and forced people to re-convert the Kuwaiti dinar back to rupees. They termed it as “paisa wapsi” movement.
Just like in schools where students have free periods to play games, surf the web, look at the pictures of their crushes on Internet, state assemblies too will get the same incentive for one hour before and after every session.
After being caught zooming into the pic of Priyanka Gandhi in the legislative assembly, a group of Karnataka BJP MLAs have claimed that there is some ghost in the house which controls their mobile phones.
Defending ‘U-turn’ remarks made by Congress, BJP on Thursday released a booklet named ‘Laws of U turn’ which presents a scientific approach supporting U-turns taken by the government in the last 180 days.
The election commission has finally decided to give in to the popular demand of the Marathi manoos of allotting a new party symbol to the Shiv Sena.
Flip flops of Shiv Sena with regards to their decision to support BJP in Maharashtra seem to be taking toll on their supporters on Social Media.
Bulbol Chattopadhyayayaya, TMC MP from Dhaka, shocked the whole parliament, while he brought a small rotating centrifuge shaped box in his hand.
If reports are to be believed, Shiv Sena and BJP have decided to take inspiration from recent patch up of Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan for a ‘re-alliance’ in Maharashtra.