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Aayushi Namdev

I am a hard and smart working individual who is self-motivated and believes in learning something new every day. Being an avid reader and a major in English Literature I have a small stash of books in my closet which is my prized possession. I love to eat, cook and explore. Reading is my hobby and writing is my passion.

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May 24, 2018
By-elections 2018

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 as these by-elections will be serving as a teaser to the big picture of the parties just ahead of the general elections of 2019. This [...]

Sonia Gandhi Campaign for Karnataka Elections

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 ahead of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections in 2017. Though the former Congress President stayed away from canvassing in various states including Punjab, Uttrakhand, and [...]

Top 10 richest candidates of congress in Karnataka elections

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 nearly 883 candidates are crorepatis and 645 have criminal cases levelled against them. The riches of the sitting MLAs and contesting candidates have always been [...]

Karnataka Elections : BJP MANIFESTO 2018

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 also campaigning vigorously in Karnataka to open a gateway to the south. The party has recently released its manifesto with a plethora of promises. The [...]


Karnataka Assembly Elections are one of the most significant elections to be held before the General Elections of 2019. The polls are scheduled to be held on May 12 and results are going to be declared on May 15. The campaigning has intensified in the poll-bound state and candidates are addressing public rallies. They are trying really hard to woo voters and secure the maximum number of votes in the polls. Various opinion polls have [...]

Karnataka Election Candidates and their Real Estate clout

A tide of change has been witnessed in Karnataka as the state is going to polls on May 12. All the contesting parties’ candidates have filed nominations and are now campaigning with zest and zeal. Already grappling with serious issues such as traffic problems, lack of infrastructure, water crisis, and pot-holes, Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, is in the limelight due to the growing influence of realtors in the politics of the city. It is [...]

Hate Speech in Karnataka Election

The constitution of India safeguards the freedom of speech and expression, but reasonable restrictions can be imposed to maintain the decency and public order. Freedom of Speech is a basic fundamental right but during the elections, several politicians misuse this right while campaigning. They deliver certain speeches which incite violence amongst the people. Attacking a person verbally on the basis of attributes such as race, religion, gender, disability, ethnic origin, and national origin is contemplated [...]

Women Representation in Karnataka Elections

Women play a significant role in the social and political development of the country, but due to several psychological and socio-political barriers, they are prevented from excelling in politics. Karnataka, which is the eighth largest state in India by population, is going to the polls on May 12. It is a state which has had many women politicians but no woman in history has ever become the Chief Minister or the Deputy Chief Minister. Studies [...]

The star campaigners of the Congress Party

The Karnataka Elections are just a few days away and all the major parties are leaving no stone unturned to secure maximum seats in the polls. All party workers and contesting candidates are working with great zeal and enthusiasm to gain maximum number of seats. According to various opinion polls, the ruling Congress party has great chances to win by a majority. The party is looking forward to retaining power and is hustling hard to [...]

Karnataka Elections 2018 - Manifesto Congress Party

The Karnataka Elections are just around the corner and the parties are gearing themselves up for the upcoming polls. Recently, the Congress party released its manifesto for the state of Karnataka, which it regards as the “the state of many first”. The manifesto highlights the work, the party will undertake for the state, in case it is re-elected in the upcoming elections. The Congress President Rahul Gandhi has regarded the manifesto as the “People’s Manifesto”. [...]