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  • Dalit Support Assured, Mayawati's Party Chases Brahmin Vote

    Dalit Support Assured, Mayawati's Party Chases Brahmin Vote

    "Tilak lagega haathi par, baaki sab baishaki par (The elephant will get the votes, the rest will be on crutches)": With months to go for assembly elections, it was this slogan that kickstarted a series of Brahmin sabhas or meetings for Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh.

  • LIVE: PM Narendra Modi Addresses A Rally in Gujarat's Navsari

    LIVE: PM Narendra Modi Addresses A Rally in Gujarat's Navsari

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accorded a grand reception in Ahmedabad on Friday night as he landed at the airport for his 66th birthday today. This is the PM's third visit in recent times to Gujarat, where Assembly elections are due next year. He has a rally scheduled in central Gujarat and a Navsari event in south Gujarat today.

  • Prithviraj Chavan Accuses NCP Of 'Back-Stabbing' Congress In 2014 Assembly Polls

    Prithviraj Chavan Accuses NCP Of 'Back-Stabbing' Congress In 2014 Assembly Polls

    Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan today accused the NCP of having "back-stabbed" his party by withdrawing its support from the Maharashtra government ahead of the 2014 state Assembly polls.

  • AAP Announces First List Of Four Candidates For Goa Polls

    AAP Announces First List Of Four Candidates For Goa Polls

    The Aam Aadmi Party today announced its first list of four candidates for the Goa Assembly elections scheduled for March 2017. The names include AAP's state convener Walmiki Naik who will contest from Panaji, a constituency that was earlier represented by current Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

  • SAD-BJP Will Score Hat-Trick In Punjab Polls: Harsimrat Badal

    SAD-BJP Will Score Hat-Trick In Punjab Polls: Harsimrat Badal

    Ruling Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP combine in Punjab will create history again by winning the Assembly elections for the third consecutive time next year on development agenda, Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal has said in London.

  • AAP Releases 'Kisan Manifesto' For Punjab Elections

    AAP Releases 'Kisan Manifesto' For Punjab Elections

    Aam Aadmi Party eyeing to wrest power in Punjab in the 2017 assembly polls, today unveiled its 31-point 'Kisan Manifesto' with an action plan to prevent farmer and farm labourers suicides and make them debt free and prosperous by December 2018.

  • Kejriwal 'Non-Resident' Chief Minister? That Tag's Taken, Says AAP

    Kejriwal 'Non-Resident' Chief Minister? That Tag's Taken, Says AAP

    Before Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal goes to Bengaluru this week for a throat surgery to cure a chronic cough, he will head to Punjab, where his Aam Aadmi Party has been besieged by trouble ahead of assembly elections due early next year.

  • Navjot Sidhu To Lead New Party In Punjab, Launch Next Week

    Navjot Sidhu To Lead New Party In Punjab, Launch Next Week

    The suspense is over. Navjot Singh Sidhu is not joining the Aam Aadmi Party or the Congress. He will lead a new political party in Punjab, where assembly elections will be held early next year.

  • Manohar Parrikar Planned My Removal, Says Sacked Goa RSS Chief

    Manohar Parrikar Planned My Removal, Says Sacked Goa RSS Chief

    Subhash Velingkar, sacked as the Goa chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS earlier this week, has accused union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar of "orchestrating" his removal and has vowed to ensure the defeat of the BJP in next year's assembly election.

  • PM Modi Doing Politics Of Vendetta, Says Rahul Gandhi

    PM Modi Doing Politics Of Vendetta, Says Rahul Gandhi

    Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of doing politics of vendetta by "scrapping" projects in his Amethi Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh.

  • How Will You Fund Poll Promises? Jayalalithaa Fails Election Commission Query

    How Will You Fund Poll Promises? Jayalalithaa Fails Election Commission Query

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa has been "censured" by the Election Commission, as her party manifesto failed to mention how it would fund the elaborate promises it made ahead of the recent assembly polls in the state.

  • AAP Split Ahead? Sacked Punjab Chief Chhotepur Strikes Back

    AAP Split Ahead? Sacked Punjab Chief Chhotepur Strikes Back

    Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party is staring at a possible split in Punjab perilously close to assembly elections after it sacked its Punjab chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur over allegations of corruption. Mr Chhotepur, who has accused Mr Kejriwal of being "anti-Sikh," has hit back.

  • Chances Of BJP Winning Assembly Elections Slim: Goa RSS Chief

    Chances Of BJP Winning Assembly Elections Slim: Goa RSS Chief

    Goa RSS chief Subhash Velingkar on Monday said that the BJP may not win the next state assembly elections since it had "betrayed" the electorate's trust by going back on its promise to back the use of regional languages as a medium of instruction in the state's primary schools.

  • Rahul Gandhi's UP Plan: 2,500 Km, 223 Constituencies, No Big Rallies

    Rahul Gandhi's UP Plan: 2,500 Km, 223 Constituencies, No Big Rallies

    Next week, Rahul Gandhi will launch a nearly month-long tour of Uttar Pradesh in a huge public outreach that will not include any large rallies, said Congress senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today.

  • AAP Removes Punjab Chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur, Who Called Kejriwal 'Anti-Sikh': 10 Developments

    AAP Removes Punjab Chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur, Who Called Kejriwal 'Anti-Sikh': 10 Developments

    The Aam Aadmi Party today removed Sucha Singh Chhotepur as its Punjab chief over allegations that he took bribe for assigning a constituency to a party candidate for the assembly elections to be held early next year.

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