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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).
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 ...
RS departs from convention in paying tributes to Jaitley, others
In a departure from convention, the Rajya Sabha on Monday allowed leaders of...
Maharashtra's Game of Thrones: What’s at stake, who wins & how?
A single-minded desire to keep BJP out will have consequences for both Congress and Shiv Sena.
Development work visible in Jharkhand, people have full faith in BJP: Prakash Javadekar
Javadekar, who was in Ranchi to inaugurate the BJP's media centre, said the saffron party has been successful in establishing a stable and development-oriented government in the state during the last five years. "The BJP would get the full faith of the people during the upcoming assembly elections purely on the grounds of development," said the Minister.
Nitish Kumar's JD(U) for 'proportionate representation' in Modi Cabinet
"If NDA leaders Modi and Shah take an initiative for the JD(U)'s proportionate representation in the government, we will welcome it," Tyagi said, noting that his party is the biggest NDA constituent in Bihar.
Shiv Sena's Gordian Knot: Impact of diluting ideological purity for power
Shiv Sena needs to guard against any perceived surrender of its sovereignty.
Fate of Karnataka’s 13 disqualified legislators sealed in EVMs
Results of the bypolls to 15 seats to be declared on Monday
People's hearts can be won without rushing to well of House:PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said in Rajya Sabha that people's hearts can be won by political parties even without rushing to the Well of the House to register their protest on various issues.
Governors in the NDA regime and their tryst with controversies
Several governors in the last five years have been engaged in a running feud with the state government concerned or even had differences with civil society activists.
Govt lets 5G waves roll, asks cos to submit bids for trial in 10 days
Telecom operators must apply afresh within the next 10 days for 5G spectrum trials and airwaves will be allotted upon approval of their applications.
Karnataka bypolls: Congress leaders spring into action as JD(S) pact looms post polls
Several senior Congress leaders had taken a backseat in campaigning, giving an impression that the party’s victory or loss would be the sole responsibility of the former CM. But with speculations of the coming together of the former allies once again, hopes have sprouted among some leaders of giving a shot at the CM’s post in the event the BJP was reduced to a minority.
Don't allow Chinese firm Huawei in 5G trials: SJM requests PM
In a letter to PM, the outfit claimed that there are ample evidence that lead to suspicion of Chinese companies indulging in exfiltrating sensitive information from devices. The govt has indicated that it will not bar any equipment suppliers in the upcoming trials for 5G with Telecom Minister saying airwaves will be allocated to all telecom service providers.
RSS in damage-control mode as it fails to make Ayodhya-like prior connect on CAA
Though a little delayed but BJP and RSS is going into an overdrive to reach out to the people especially in states like UP, which has reported maximum violence and deaths during anti CAA protests. On Saturday, A joint meeting of RSS and BJP leaders took place in Meerut.
General Mukund Naravane takes charge as new Army chief
In his 37 years of service, Gen Naravane served in numerous command and staff appointments in peace, field and highly active counter-insurgency environments in Jammu and Kashmir and the Northeast. He also commanded a Rashtriya Rifles battalion in Jammu and Kashmir and an infantry brigade on the eastern front.
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