LOK SABHA ELECTION RESULT
Tours, image makeover as Congress plans return of Rahul Gandhi
To recoup his leadership through an image makeover, Gandhi will embark on tours across states to address rallies on the ‘bread and butter’ grievances of people and in defense of the Indian Constitution, at a time when national politics is delicately placed due to the economic slowdown and the political/social churn over the CAA-NRC-NPR planks of the Narendra Modi regime.
Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha chairs were requested not to refer RTI Bill to panels
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From small meetings to video campaign in PVR, BJP focuses on personal connect with voters
Shah and Nadda would be addressing three rallies ev...
Some voters don't realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing an event on National Voters' Day marking the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the very first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
BJP leader Birender Singh resigns from Rajya Sabha
Former Union minister and BJP leader Birender Singh has resigned from his Rajya Sabha membership, according to an official communique issued on Tuesday.
BJP set to get new president, Nadda likely to succeed Shah
Senior BJP leader Radha Mohan Singh, who is in charge of the party's organisational poll process, said that nominations for the national president's election will be filed on January 20, and a contest will take place the next day if required.
Ranjit Kumar Dass re-elected as Assam BJP chief
Dass has been instrumental in taking BJP organisations in different corners of the state. BJP in Assam has membership strength of 42 lakh.
Supreme Court to hear pleas against electoral bond scheme ahead of Delhi polls
A three-judge bench led by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde listed the case for hearing in two weeks at the insistence of activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan who sought an urgent stay on the sale of electoral bonds ahead of the assembly polls in Delhi.
Nadda, an affable but firm leader
Former environment, health and law minister from Himachal Pradesh, which has just four of the Lok Sabha's 543 seats, Nadda has tried to carve out his own space in national politics with his low profile and astute organisational skills, believe his party leaders.
5 simple things to do to revive the economy
No miracle man can revive the economy without revitalising the credit cycle.
Delhi polls: In Muslim-dominated areas, Congress harps on CAA, AAP treads with caution
In places such as Okhla, the common refrain among AAP supporters is that "Kejriwal khul kar nahi aaya, par kaam toh kiya hai (chief minister Arvind) Kejriwal didn't openly support us on CAA, but he has done work”, hinting that the community might vote for Delhi’s ruling party.
China says Taiwan policy intact despite election results
Taiwan's independence-leaning President Tsai Ing-wen won re-election by a landslide on Saturday, while her Democratic Progressive Party maintained its majority in the legislature. The result has been seen as a strong rebuke of China's policies toward Taiwan, a former Japanese colony which split from the mainland amid civil war in 1949.
Hope MLAs dropped from Assembly poll candidate list stay in AAP family: Kejriwal
Responding to a question that other parties might try to poach the sitting legislators, the AAP national convenor said that he hopes they will stay with the party.
Poll reforms: Ram Madhav pitches for 'Election Commission Cadre'
BJP general secretary Ram Madhav was speaking at a conference here on 'Indian Democracy at Work- Money Power in Politics'. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts towards 'one nation and one election' would be an important milestone in the reforms process, he said.
Help me take Delhi's development to next level, Arvind Kejriwal tells his assembly constituency
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is contesting from the New Delhi seat for the third time, urged people to support his party just like in the 2015 Assembly polls, to make Delhi a city of international standards. In the last Assembly election, AAP won 67 out of 70 Assembly seats and the BJP got the rest three while the Congress drew a blank.
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