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Chhattisgarh assembly Elections – 1st phase polling 2018 – BJP vs Congress
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2o18

Voting for 10 out of the 18 constituencies has started. As per the Election commission notification, earlier voting in these 10 constituencies will be conducted from 7 am to 3 pm, while the rest of the constituencies will go to polls from 8 am to 5 pm. It is important to understand that these elections in five states have very strong symbolic relevance before upcoming Lok Sabha elections in 2019. In 2013 Chhattisgarh state elections congress was pretty dominant on these 18 seats and won 12 seats out of 18 and on the other hand, BJP just won […]Read more

Why MP, Chhattisgarh And Rajasthan Will Vote Differently – Chintamani Shastri
Assembly elections 2018 opinion poll

The die is cast. The last round of State elections before the 2019 General Elections have been announced. We will know how the cookie crumbles on 11th December. Rajasthan: The reason BJP is losing Rajasthan is simply one: Vasundhara Raje. Her record of poor governance combined with naked corruption and unparalleled arrogance in the modern era means that there is no way even Modi can overcome the deep hatred that has built up against her. Never in the history of BJP has every single core voter group turned against it, as it has this time. Almost every […]Read more

Politics of India since Independence
Politics of India since Independence

Politics of post-independence India is replete with turbulence as well as accomplishments. 67 years since the country formed its own government, much has been done and undone for us to reflect upon. From the rise of leaders and demagogues to the growth of political parties and national consciousness, Indian politics has seen it all. It has been a journey through change and crisis, all focussed on creating a unified nation and a vibrant economy. Politics of India till 1960s India had too many troubles on its plate immediately, after getting freedom from foreign rule. The communal violence […]Read more