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MODI-BREAKS-DOWN

  Little before noon today, Narendra Modi made his first ever appearance in the Parliament as an MP. And right from the entrance to the central hall, the images we saw on our TV sets – were one that will go down in history as one of the most defining ones. First was the reverance that Modi showed as he entered the Parliament. For majority of us, this was not a sight we were used [...]

Shazia Ilmi loses from Ghaziabad

When Shazia Ilmi lost her seat by only 326 votes during the last Delhi assembly elections, it was a so-near-yet-so-far moment for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). That small margin swelled up to give a thrashing defeat to her in the Lok Sabha elections.  With a mere 89,125 votes, Ilmi was shown no mercy in the Ghaziabad constituency, which manifested a wholehearted support to BJP’s V K Singh. His figures stand at 7,58,113 votes. The [...]

V K Singh wins in Ghaziabad

Depending on your political inclination, you can hail General V.K Singh as a true patriot or as a rank opportunist. But in democracy, no voice is greater than that of the common people. The characteristic smirk associated with V.K Singh is only likely to grow stronger with him securing a decisive victory from Ghaziabad constituency of Uttar Pradesh.   Former Army Chief Vijay Kumar Singh better known as V.K Singh has won from Ghaziabad by [...]

Manoj Tiwari wins from North East Delhi constituency

Bagging 7 out of 7 seats is a one-sided affair. BJP knows it well enough. The results in the national capital are as distressing for Congress as they are delightful for the saffron brigade. Amidst all this, what has really come as a pleasant surprise for the party is the thumping victory of one of its candidates – Manoj Tiwari. Even BJP would admit that the Bhojpuri actor and singer was certainly not one of [...]

Jaswant Singh's Loses from Barmer

The fauji has lost the last battle. Just as leads started trickling in from Rajasthan yesterday, TV channels flashed that BJP was winning all except Barmer. Jaswant Singh, veteran of many battles was still putting up a gallant fight. However, the end turned out to be quite different as the seasoned politician couldn’t hold onto his lead and succumbed to the all-encompassing Modi wave. Singh who fought the elections as an Independent was defeated by [...]

BJP wins and forms government

Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party has achieved a thumping victory in the Indian general elections held on May 16, practically demolishing its rivals – be it INC or AAP – in the process. BJP has already attained supremacy in 277 seats, having a clear mandate to form the government. Let’s look at what makes the BJP, the party, tick as it readies itself to form only the second non-Congress government in so many years since [...]

Why did Jaya Prada Lose From Bijnor

Yesteryear actress Jaya Prada has a chequered political history. From being TDP’s star campaigner to Samajwadi party’s poster girl, she had seen both victories and ousters. 2014 didn’t bring any dramatic change in the usual fluctuating graph as she lost from the Bijnor constituency in Uttar Pradesh. The Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) candidate must be tad disheartened by the fact that the margin of her defeat is noticeable. Bijnor Constituency – Whose Stronghold was it [...]

Sachin Pilot's loss in Ajmer

Sachin Pilot has lost from his parliamentary constituency, Ajmer, situated in Rajasthan. The son of the famous INC leader Rajesh Pilot, Sachin was the youngest Member of Parliament in India. The BJP had a clean sweep win in the state of Rajasthan, fulfilling Vasundhara Raje’s ‘Mission 25′ dream complete. Rajasthan’s Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, also a BJP leader had accomplished the ‘Mission 25′ dream come true in the state. She had earlier stated, that she [...]

Sushma Swaraj wins from Vidisha

Sushma Swaraj, a senior BJP leader, came out with flying colours from the Vidisha constituency of the state of Madhya Pradesh. She won against the INC candidate Lakshman Singh. Sushma Swaraj garnered a whopping 7,14,348 votes, while the INC candidate secured 3,03,650 votes, having won with a huge margin of around 4,10,698 votes. Gondvana Gantantra Party’s Kamlesh Sallam is at the third position with only 10,824 votes. According to media reports, during campaigning, Sushma had [...]

What next, Mr Gandhi?

May 17, 2014
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The results are out and the Congress has been wiped out as a national party and reduced to a status that would leave the founders red faced were they to be here. The BJP has performed its best ever while the Congress its worst. So when and how did the Congress lose the plot so completely? The result To understand the way forward for the party, it’s important to understand the result and the story [...]

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