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Some time between 7.30 am and 8 am on Thursday, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat walked out of the Sangh's headquarters to exercise his franchise at the polling station at the Bhauji Daftari Prathmik Shala nearby. All
At a function to relaunch two Sangh publications in a magazine format, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday underlined the need for change saying vision needs to change with time and this has been established. Without naming anyone, the Sarsanghchalak
With BJP veteran L K Advani in attendance, Bhagwat said at an event here that "change is inevitable" even though he did not directly refer to the rumblings in the BJP over a controversy with regard to seat allocations. "It is said that change is
The Shankaracharya, who is considered close to Congress leaders like Digvijay Singh, is unhappy over the traditional chant "Har Har Mahadev" raised to hail Lord Shiv being "modified" into "Har Har Modi" to spruce up Modi's campaign who is contesting
Not RSS's job to chant Namo, Namo', can't cross limits: Bhagwat Bhagwat made these remarks while responding to issues raised by delegates during the mukt chintan Written by Shyamlal Yadav New Delhi March 11, 2014 3:43 am Hum rajneeti mein nahin hain.
One of them said, `we thought you would be a very "daravana" (frightening) person. But we see you are mixing with everyone'," the RSS chief said. "I asked: who told you that I am a daravana person? He said: from the media it seems that you are so.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat arrived here on a four-day visit to the city during which he will hold several meetings with his party office bearers...On February 23, he would observe a 'Pathsanchalan' (march past) that would be
With the Lok Sabha elections drawing closer, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat has geared up to galvanise swayamsevaks and BJP leaders with a message to work in coordination. To achieve this, he recently spent five days in Varanasi
And they seem to be getting more interesting by the day as India hurtles toward a defining general election. The Caravan' magazine cover story, sensational as it is, should hardly come as a surprise to anyone. This is something that has been known to
T he problem with separating the Bharatiya Janata Party from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is that it just doesn't want that to happen. More than 30 years ago, a government fell over the dual membership' of people in a political party and the RSS.