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Lok sabha elections 2019

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. But it seems that it is not going to be a cake’s walk for the saffron party this time. Certainly, Arvind Kejriwal is the biggest [...]

Mahagathbandhan

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 each other’s mutual interests. There is no denying the fact that state-level alliances will hold the key in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. In Uttar [...]

16th loksabha 1st session

The action packed and longest drawn Lok Sabha election is over, and we have our new Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm. Day before the first day of the first session, Kamal Nath, a senior Congress leader, was sworn in by President Pranab Mukherjee as the Protem Speaker. Two minute silence was observed in memory of Late Gopinath Munde, the Union Minister who recently died in a car accident in Delhi. On Wednesday 4 [...]

After a hiatus of nine months, Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani’s vitriolic anti-India comments are back again. Within few days of being released from house arrest, the hardline leader sounded the bugle of boycotting the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. There isn’t an iota of newness in his narrative he used while justifying the poll boycott call, but the old wine is repackaged in a somewhat new bottle to support his crowd-pulling endeavors. His dismissive comments [...]



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