The Congress on Sunday asked BJP chief Amit Shah not to "lecture" other parties and, instead, introspect on how miserably his party's coalition government had performed in Jammu and Kashmir, plunging the state into turmoil.
Many prominent Delhi University colleges such as Lady Shri Ram College, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Hindu College, have closed admissions to several courses before the second cut-offs kicked in as the seats were filled with the names from the first list itself.
Sections of the mainstream media in the country were roasted on social media on Saturday for taking down a report about a cooperative bank associated with BJP chief Amit Shah receiving a huge amount of demonetised currency before such establishments were barred from accepting the deposits.
A BJP legislator who had to resign as minister for joining a rally held in support of the Kathua rape-and-murder accused has warned Kashmiri journalists to "draw a line" while reporting on the Kathua incident, reminding them of the fate of murdered editor Shujaat Bukhari.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday praised Jana Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee as a great son of India and accused the Congress of deliberately downplaying the contributions of leaders like him to glorify "one family".