Lessons on RSS for Cadres in Congress Pathshala
A capsule on the ideology of ruling Bhartiya Janata Party’s think tank Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh took newly appointed district level congress leaders for a surprise during the ongoing induction camp here in Rae Bareli.
RSS to activate its cadre on issues like CAA, to hold 30,000 meetings ahead of Delhi polls
A mass public contact and awareness programme woul...
View: India's Modi is losing his political mojo
For the first time in years, the government of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is playin...
EC asks Twitter to take down Kapil Mishra's tweet likening Delhi polls to India vs Pakistan contest
The Election Commission's action came after the office of the Delhi Chief Electoral Officer wrote to the EC to remove the tweet posted by Mishra on Thursday, EC officials said.
CAA and NRC national issues, no resonance in Delhi polls: Raghav Chadha
AAP spokesperson and Rajinder Nagar candidate Raghav Chadha says the Bharatiya Janata Party might try to "polarise" the environment ahead of the polls.
Congress begins to filter names ahead of January 10 CEC meet
According to the party, winnability is the criteria for selection of candidates as many senior leaders are keen to contest the polls. The Congress has no member in the outgoing Assembly.
Of polls and pests: a look back at the year that was for Gujarat
The western state saw a flurry of activities through the 365 day circle of the calendar, few of which would cast their shadow over the next or even beyond.
Uttar Pradesh: Landmark Ayodhya verdict, violent protests cap eventful year
Rape accusations against saffron-robed former Union minister Swami Chinmayanand and a life sentence for expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar for the 2017 rape of a minor in Unnao brought the law and order situation in the state into sharp focus. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party swept Uttar Pradesh again in the Lok Sabha elections.
BJP’s challenge in Ranchi is to beat anti-incumbency
BJP has been winning the Ranchi assembly seat since 1990 and the minister and current MLA CP Singh is a fourth term MLA from the seat. In the last elections, his challenger was from Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, a party with lesser presence in urban areas.
Tight security for PM's rally: CCTV on all routes leading to venue, snipers atop buildings
Sources said senior officials remained in a huddle till early morning on Saturday to discuss the security. In the meeting, it was decided that social media should be monitored to stop rumour-mongering, especially in the wake of ongoing protests against the contentious citizenship legislation.
Jharkhand assembly election: Exit polls predict slight edge for Congress-JMM alliance in close fight
If the Congress-JMM alliance led by Heman Soren ends up on the higher range of that prediction, it would mean they would comfortably cross the majority in the 81-seat Assembly and form the next government. The lower range for them would see a hung house, with the BJP led by chief minister Raghubar Das in with a chance of coming to power again.
Why Karnataka bypolls are important to BJP in the south
In Karnataka, today's bypolls will decide the future of the BS Yediyurappa government which currently has 105 legislators and one independent MLA's support in the 225 member strong Assembly.
3 TMC MLAs who switched over to BJP in touch with party: TMC sources
According to the TMC sources, within months of joining the saffron party, three TMC MLAs of North 24 Parganas have been trying to get in touch with the party top brass and have expressed their desire to return to the parent party.
Nana Patole of Congress elected Speaker as BJP nominee withdraws
Nana Patole was the candidate of the ruling Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party-Congress Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) which won the vote of confidence in the assembly on Saturday afternoon with 169:000. A formal announcement is likely to be made later when the Maharashtra Assembly meets later on Sunday for a two-day Special Session.
Maharashtra denies maha win for BJP, party suffers Jat jolt in Haryana
Although the BJP will form the government in Maharashtra with Shiv Sena and is likely to get the numbers in Haryana, the party will have to introspect what went wrong after a resounding victory, just a few months ago, in the Lok Sabha elections.
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