President Poll: NDA split wide open?
Jun 20, 2012
Can a divided NDA come together to back Sangma?
Jun 20, 2012
Written by Sabyasachi Dasgupta | Tuesday August 21, 2012
Former Lok Sabha Speaker and NDA's presidential candidate PA Sangma has moved Supreme Court challenging the election of Pranab Mukherjee as President. Mr Sangma wants Mr Mukherjee's election set aside because he was holding office of profit on the da...
Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 18, 2012
Winding up his campaign for the Presidential election, NDA candidate PA Sangma today met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and thanked her for supporting his candidature for the top post.
Mid-Day.com | Wednesday July 11, 2012
How did the BJP welcome the NDA presidential candidate P A Sangma to the city on Tuesday? Believe it or not, by flouting BMC norms and pasting illegal hoardings. Asked why they hadn't bothered to take permission, party leaders said that they had not ...
NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday June 20, 2012
The NDA is likely to meet today to decide on its presidential candidate. The BJP, which leads the coalition, wants to put up a candidate against UPA's choice Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee. But the NDA is divided over this.
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday June 19, 2012
After former president APJ Abdul Kalam refused to run for President of India against Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, the BJP core group met late on Monday night at party president Nitin Gadkari's residence on whether to back former speaker PA Sang...
Reported by Alok Pandey | Sunday June 17, 2012
The crucial meeting of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to decide on their candidate for the July 19 presidential polls ended without any consensus. The meeting, at BJP leader LK Advani's house, was attended by BJP leaders Sushma Swaraj...
Press Trust of India | Sunday April 22, 2012
Agriculture Minister and key UPA Leader Sharad Pawar on Sunday favoured a non-political candidate as the next President in view of the fact that United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and National Democratic Alliance (NDA) did not have the strength to ele...