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  • The New Arunachal Pradesh Government Passes Floor Test
    The new government in Arunachal Pradesh is only four days old and it has passed the floor test in Assembly. A total of 46 members voted in favor of the Chief Minister Perna Khandu, while 11 from the opposition party, BJP voted against him. Mr Khandu appreciated the members including Kaliko Phul and Tuki, for keeping faith on him.
    2016-07-20 04:32:37 PM
  • PM Narendra Modi Good Enough to be Re-elected in 2019, Says Swaminathan Aiyar
    As India is preparing itself to see Lok Sabha elections in 2019, an analysis on Prime Minister Narendra Modi says that he is good enough to be re-elected as the Prime Minister of India. It has been two years of him holding the position in the country, and he has taken many initiatives, including elimination of corruption in Delhi. According to Indian Journalist and Columnist Swaminathan Aiyar, current PM Modi is the candidate who can be re-elected for the position.
    2016-07-20 02:59:16 PM
  • Imran Masood Claims to be the Face of the Congress in UP
    Imran Masood, 46 who made news for having said to chop Narendra Modi to pieces during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, claims to be the face of the congress in Uttar Pradesh. He said that whatever has been portrayed is just the opposite of who he is. He says that BJP is responsible for the controversy.
    2016-07-20 02:57:50 PM
  • Poonam Azad May Quit BJP
    Wife of suspended BJP MP Kirti Azad, Poonam Azad, who is also a three-time party national executive member is likely to follow the footsteps of Navjot Singh Sidhu by quitting BJP. Reports say that she might join Aam Aadmi Party as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other senior party leaders have been in regular touch with her. She said she is upset with the party as many things she was promised, were not provided to her.
    2016-07-20 02:56:16 PM
  • As cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu has resigned from the Rajya Sabha, he might quit Bharatiya Janta Party as well. This is going to be a setback for the party as it will lose a potential member in Punjab and is also expected to change the course of politics in the state. BJP is likely to get a backseat in the upcoming elections.
    2016-07-20 02:55:35 PM



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