A shocking video exposes police brutality in Mumbai. A cop allegedly harasses and assaults a youth in broad public view. The Assistant Inspector is accompanied by two Traffic Constables, who do nothing to stop their officer from assaulting the man.
A new government signals a new hope for the economy. What will this budget hold for the aam aadmi? Will India Inc get its wishlist? What will this #SuperBudget mean for you? Join the TIMES NOW-Facebook poll and tell us about your budget wishlist.
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Countdown begins for world's biggest election result. As the results of the India's most crucial battle are out, India's number one news channel, TIMES NOW brings you the detailed analysis and minute by minute update of the events unfolding this election period.#May16WithArnab
Narendra Modi speaks exclusively with TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami on Frankly Speaking, his first interview to an English news channel since being announced as the BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate. Modi speaks on the issue of the Election Commission blocking his Varanasi rallies, the battle with the Gandhis, Priyanka Gandhi's 'neech rajneeti' barb, controversies raked up by his party leaders Amit Shah and Giriraj Singh, 2002 Gujarat riots, snoopgate, businessman Adani controversy, the Robert Vadra issue, bitter fight with Mamata Banerjee, BJP confronting with other parties, caste and religion playing a role in election campaign, whether his economics is more swadeshi or pro-market, and if terror and talks can continue simultaneously with Pakistan.#ModiSpeaksToArna
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Chief Raj Thackeray, in an exclusive interview with TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, says he is not supporting BJP, but supporting BJP's Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra Modi since he has proved his mettle in Gujarat. Raj Thackeray says he has no understanding with the BJP and he is not helping the party. Reacting to BJP Chief Rajnath Singh's comments that he is misleading voters, Raj Thackeray says BJP's campaign revolves around Modi and he doesn't pay attention to Rajnath's remarks. Raj says his support to Modi does not mean that he supports every statement made by him. Further, Raj says he is not joining NDA, but has only a seat-sharing arrangement with it. Raj also opens up about his relation with his estranged cousin & Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray. Raj clarifies on his recent potshots between him and Uddhav. Speaking on migrant workers, Raj says if industries in Maharashtra get workforce from other states, he will definitely oppose it.
Over the last two weeks, his party has been on a controversy spree - from the Sushma Swaraj tweet to the LK Advani seat confusion, from Jaswant Singh ticket rebellion to his 33 minute focus shift on Twitter on Monday. In an exclusive interview with TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, BJP President Rajnath Singh, cracks the whip in his first interview post the ticket controversy.