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Lok sabha elections 2019
avatar By : Aditya Singh
The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) was riding the Modi wave and thus, could cash in votes from National Capital Territory in the Lok Sabha elections in 2014. The Union Territory of Delhi consists of seven Lok Sabha seats. The BJP managed to sweep all the seats from here in 2014....
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Unlike Uttar Pradesh, all is well for the Congress and Mahagathbandhan in Bihar and Jharkhand. The confusion in the non-BJP camp is partly due to the lack of appreciation at this time, while the contrasting picture of synergy among them in Bihar and Jharkhand is driven by an acknowledgement of...
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Telangana Elections - Multiple Horse Race
avatar By : Kumar Utkarsh
BJP and Congress two main National parties are always in fight for victory in each election. But this time in Telangana Elections 2018 it is TRS. Both National parties are unable to mark their significant presence in the state as per majority exit and opinion polls. On the other hand,...
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avatar By : Vanshaj Kaul
The BJP arrived in 2014 with a consolidated Hindu vote riding on the call for a development-driven and corruption-free model of governance that appealed to all sections of society alike. On record, this government has seen lesser communal disturbances in its present tenure. Yet a section of civil society and...
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BJP vs Congress
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Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018 - Vasundhara Raje, the chief minister of Rajasthan, on Saturday said the Congress fielded former BJP leader Jaswant Singh's son Manvendra Singh from her Jhalrapatan constituency in the upcoming Assembly polls as it could not find any other candidate. "The Congress could not find any candidate...
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avatar By : Princy Jindal
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 : Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi on Saturday released his party's manifesto on stamp paper for the state Assembly polls and challenged the ruling BJP, and the Congress to do the same. Jogi said he had released the 14-point manifesto of Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J)...
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Telangana Assembly Elections 2018:
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  Telangana Assembly Elections 2018 - The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) released its first list of nine candidates for the December 7 Legislative Assembly elections in Telangana. The total number of assembly segments in the state is 119. The TDP announced the list after its alliance partner Congress released its...
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avatar By : Princy Jindal
Telangana Assembly Elections 2018 - On Monday, the Congress released its first list of 65 candidates for the December 7 Telangana Assembly polls, with state party chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy to contest from the Huzurnagar constituency. The list was declared after a marathon meeting of the party's Central Election...
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By-Poll Results State wise Breakup
avatar By : Harshita Sharma
The Thursday's by-polls were a far cry from predictable and brought many new changes and faces into the political circle. While some parties managed to retain their seats, some faced a drastic defeat. Here is the break down of yesterday's by-polls.... Uttar Pradesh By-polls took place for the crucial Lok...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
The year 2018 is turning out to be an eventful year for India in terms of politics, with 4 states already been to polls while 4 states will go to polls by the end of the year in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Apart from the state...
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By-elections 2018
avatar By : Aayushi Namdev
By-polls for both Assembly and the Parliamentary constituencies will be held on May 28 as announced by the Election Commission of India. The results for the elections will be declared on May 31. The fight for both the Assembly as well as the Parliamentary seats is going to be really tough this time...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Several state assembly seats in UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Punjab, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, and Kerala have fallen vacant in the recent months. Some of the assembly seats fell vacant due to the untimely deaths of the MPs and MLAs or due to elected members opting to quit their party...
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Karnataka Election Result: BJP's Juggernaut Marches on
avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Karnataka elections has served as a reminder of how ugly can elections turn out to be in India. Even though BJP emerged as the single largest party with over 100 seats, but it failed to reach the magical figures required to form the government. The people's verdict delivered a fractured...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
  Karnataka Assembly elections certainly lived up to the hype created in the run-up to the elections. If the drama and controversy that we saw during the one and a half month of poll campaigning weren't enough, the elections result day was even more entertaining. The counting of nearly 2.9...
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The importance of Education in Karnataka Elections 2018
avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Education plays an important role in making humans virtuous, it incites prudence and vigilance in the mind. Though education is not necessary to have a successful life but, it definitely helps the person to have a better understanding and knowledge. Indian politics is highly influenced by money and power, and...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
The sun finally sets down on the polling day bringing an end to the one and a half months of grueling campaigning. The polling day saw a huge voter turnout braving the scorching heat in some constituencies, while in others rain failed to dampen the mood of the determined electorates. The...
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Karnataka Elections 2018 First Time Voters
avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Veteran political leaders are trying to captivate the sizeable youth population of Karnataka, they are looking to familiarise themselves with Social-media frenzied generation. They have spent several years in the political realm and have become wise with experience; however, when it comes to sharing a bond with the youth of...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
On March 27, the apex election body of the country Election Commission of India announced the dates of the highly anticipated Karnataka State Assembly, as the Model Code of Conduct was implemented throughout the state. During the last one and a half month, Karnataka has witnessed it all, as political...
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Sonia Gandhi Campaign for Karnataka Elections
avatar By : Aayushi Namdev
Sonia Gandhi, the UPA Chairperson and former chief of the Congress party, hit the campaign trail yesterday in the poll-bound state of Karnataka. It is after a long gap of nearly two years that the veteran leader held a rally, after she was taken ill while addressing a rally in Varanasi...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Karnataka is an amalgamation of several distinct cultural and linguistic identities co-existing and respecting each others' confinement. There is a substantial number of Telugu speaking community in the state largely confined to the Hyderabad Karnataka region and the urban conglomeration of Bengaluru. According to the Census of 2001, the Telugu...
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Top 10 richest candidates of congress in Karnataka elections
avatar By : Aayushi Namdev
The anticipated Karnataka Assembly Elections are going to be held on May 12 and results will be declared on May 15. The contesting candidates have submitted their affidavits and filed the nominations. As per surveys, there are a total of 2,654 candidates contesting in the Karnataka polls, out of which...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
Karnataka elections is something that is being followed in every part of the country with much enthusiasm and fervour. People are eagerly looking forward to the May 12th elections for Karnataka Legislative Assembly, as it is being touted as the biggest political battleground of the year. The three-way battle between...
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avatar By : Vaibhav Chakraborty
The 2013 Karnataka Assembly elections sprung a massive surprise for the BJP as the incumbent government failed to secure the mandate. The party was reduced to 40 seats and was joint-second with JD(S). The Bharatiya Janta Party was the largest party in the state in 2008, when the party won...
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avatar By : Aayushi Namdev
Karnataka Assembly Elections are just four days away. Though opinion polls have predicted a hung assembly in the poll-bound state, the major political parties are campaigning with full fervor, leaving no-stone unturned to ensure victory. One of the major political parties contesting in the elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party, is...
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