Prashant Kishor's I-PAC teams up with AAP ahead of Delhi polls
Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal confirmed the news on Saturday morning on micro-blogging website, twitter. Prashant Kishor-led political consultancy firm I-PAC is currently working on the Trinamool Congress' re-election campaign for the 2021 West Bengal Assembly polls.
Jharkhand polls: No parties, it’s Singh Mansion Vs Raghukul in Jharia
In the current election, BJP has fielded Ragini Singh, wife of Sanjeev ...
Parliament passes bill to extend SC/ST reservation in legislatures
Reservation for members of SCs and STs, given for the past 70 years in Lok...
Citizenship Bill unconstitutional, will totally destroy minorities: Deve Gowda
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, which seeks to provide Indian citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, was passed by Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. Lok Sabha cleared the Bill on Monday.
Jagdanand Singh becomes Bihar state president of Rashtriya Janata Dal
Jagdanand Singh is a renowned Rajput leader from central Bihar and has strong influence over upper caste voters and farmers of the region. He is still remembered for his work as water resources minister during RJD government.
RJD resolves to make Tejashwi its CM candidate
The meeting-cum-open session was attended by Prasads two sons - Tejashwi and Tej Pratap who have not been on the best of terms since their entry into politics four years ago. His wife and former chief minister Rabri Devi and daughter Misa Bharti, an MP, remained conspicuous by their absence.
BJD declares support for government on citizenship bill
Outside the NDA fold, BJD has emerged as BJP’s most prominent ally. In June, Patnaik surprised everyone by backing BJP’s Rajya Sabha candidate Ashwini Vaishnav despite his party having the numbers to send a third BJD nominee to the House. Now, Patnaik-led BJD has decided to support the government on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.
Will Yeddyurappa govt survive? Monday results to decide
BJP needs to win at least six seats to retain its majority in the house as the party has currently 105 MLAs including an independent MLA in the Assembly. The Congress is also eyeing the outcome as it leaders are indicating a tie up with the JD-S again.
Naveen Patnaik makes new organisational appointments within Biju Janata Dal
The influential Jajpur MLA, Pranab Prakash Das has been appointed General Secretary (Organisation) a position that the regional party, in power since the last 19 years, did not have until now.
Defeat in Karnataka Bypolls: Siddaramaiah, Dinesh Gundu Rao quit Congress positions
Siddaramaiah has sent in his letter of resignation to AICC president Sonia Gandhi, reiterating his loyalty to Gandhi as well as the party. He expressed regrets at not being able to win more seats despite making sincere efforts.
Karnataka Byelection Counting of Votes today: Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa confident of comfortable win
Quite a few exit polls conducted have predicted the BJP to win eight or more of the 15 seats that went to polls last Thursday. The party needs at least seven seats to ensure a majority in the 222-member assembly. The byelection result is crucial also for 13 disqualified MLAs who contested on BJP tickets after shifting allegiance from the Congress and Janata Dal (S).
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.
Jailed Lalu Prasad re-elected as RJD chief
Prasad, who had founded the party in 1997, is at Ranchi serving sentences in fodder scam cases and his nomination papers were submitted at the RJD state headquarters by his sons Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav.
Fate of Karnataka’s 13 disqualified legislators sealed in EVMs
Results of the bypolls to 15 seats to be declared on Monday
Answer queries on CAB before expecting support in RS; no one can pressure us: Shiv Sena tells govt
The bill is scheduled to be tabled in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. The Sena, which supported the bill in the Lok Sabha, did a u-turn on Tuesday when its chief Uddhav Thackeray indicated that its support was conditional in the Upper House of Parliament.
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