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Amit Shah

Amit Anilchandra Shah is an Indian politician and the current Minister of Home Affairs who has been President of the Bharatiya Janata Party since 2014.

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Rahul Borole bags opportunities to make a name in the digital world
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Rahul Borole bags opportunities to make a name in the digital world

Founder of RB Social Media Marketing, Rahul Borole is also a photographer who has covered events and rallies featuring India's honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, and former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis. Being a social media marketing expert, he provides high-end techniques and campaign ideas to manifest a name in the market.

WB Polls Phase VI: Amit Shah urges people to cast votes without fear
National

WB Polls Phase VI: Amit Shah urges people to cast votes without fear

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday urged the people of West Bengal to cast their vote without fear in the sixth phase of the Assembly election.

Amit Shah condoles deaths of 22 people in Nashik oxygen tanker leak incident
Maharashtra

Amit Shah condoles deaths of 22 people in Nashik oxygen tanker leak incident

Union Home Minister Amit Shah expressed condolences on the loss of lives in the oxygen tanker leak incident in a Hospital in Maharashtra's Nashik on Wednesday.

Urdu Bulletin: PM Modi's address on COVID-19 situation reported prominently
National

Urdu Bulletin: PM Modi's address on COVID-19 situation reported prominently

Various Urdu newspapers in the national capital on Wednesday highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in which he appealed to states not to impose COVID-19 lockdowns unless it is absolutely necessary.

Amit Shah, Rajnath and other leaders extend Ram Navami greetings
National

Amit Shah, Rajnath and other leaders extend Ram Navami greetings

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday extended Ram Navami greetings to all the citizens.

Bengal polls: Shadow of COVID looms over last leg of campaigning in Purbasthali Uttar
Politics

Bengal polls: Shadow of COVID looms over last leg of campaigning in Purbasthali Uttar

The spike in the COVID-19 cases has changed the way of campaign in Purbasthali Uttar constituency in Purba Bardhaman which will go the polls in the sixth phase of Bengal polls on April 22. The crowd is thin, shrill speeches have been replaced by the party songs played on e-rickshwas and those campaigning are donning masks, some on face, some on chins.

Mamata blames 'outsider' goons for COVID-19 spread in Bengal
Politics

Mamata blames 'outsider' goons for COVID-19 spread in Bengal

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday blamed 'bohiragoto' (outsiders) goons for spreading COVID-19 in the state, adding that people from outside will now require an RT-PCR test to enter the state.

Bengal polls: Shah holds massive roadshow in Nadia
Politics

Bengal polls: Shah holds massive roadshow in Nadia

The roadshow held by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Nakashipara witnessed a huge crowd on Sunday.

Will change Bengal model of 'Bomb, Bandook aur Barood' to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar': Amit Shah
National

Will change Bengal model of 'Bomb, Bandook aur Barood' to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar': Amit Shah

Asserting that the BJP wants to change the model of 'Bomb, Bandook aur Barood' in the poll-bound West Bengal to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar', Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah expressed confidence in his party outperforming the TMC in the elections, stating that with 122 seats his party is much ahead of 'Mamata didi'.

Will change Bengal model of 'Bum, Bandook aur Barood' to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar': Amit Shah
National

Will change Bengal model of 'Bum, Bandook aur Barood' to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar': Amit Shah

Asserting that the BJP wants to change the model of 'Bum, Bandook aur Barood' in the poll-bound West Bengal to 'Vishwas, Vikaas aur Vyapaar', Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah expressed confidence in his party outperforming the TMC in the elections, stating that with 122 seats his party is much ahead of 'Mamata didi'.

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