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Return of the chamcha age
Indian Express

Return of the chamcha age

Kanshi Ram wrote Chamcha Age (Era of the Stooges) based on what he witnessed in Maharashtra, where he was living. In the recent assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, Dalit political parties performed poorly. The BSP won just one seat in ... Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

Maharashtra polls: BSP to go it alone, contest all 288 seats

Looking to make a political entry in Maharashtra from where party founder Kanshiram began his political journey, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is planning to field candidates from all 288 assembly seats . The party has also announced the candidature ...
 DNA India2 months ago

Has the Dalit movement sank hook, line and sinker?

The irony is biting. At a time when Maharashtra is seeing mind-numbing atrocities against Dalits like the one at Javkheda-Khalsa, the Ambedkarite political movement is on the wane as evidenced by the rout of Dalit parties in the state. It was the ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Man shot dead by robbers

Lucknow, Nov 22 (PTI) A 30-year-old man was shot dead during an armed robbery in Kotwali area in Pratapgarh district, a police spokesman said here. The victim, Manoj Kumaer Pandey, was shot dead by miscreants who looted his car, near Kanshiram ...
 Press Trust of India4 days ago

Man suspects wife of cheating on him, kills her

Prev By PTI | Posted 2 hours Hathras: A man allegedly killed his wife as he suspected her of having an illicit relationship in Kotwali area, police said here today. Mohammad Ismail strangulated his wife Razia (25) yesterday over illicit ...
 Mid Day4 days ago Man kills wife due to illicit relationship  The Statesman4 days ago

Letters to the editor: Right move, at last

This refers to Mayawati: Refused Rs 100-crore bribe for nominating Akhilesh Das to RS (IE, November 6). BSP supremo Mayawati did the right thing by allegedly refusing to accept money in return for a nomination to the Upper House of Parliament.
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Twin State assembly elections a test for Prime Minister?

Satish Misra 10 October 2014 Analysis The electorate of two Indian states -- Maharashtra and Haryana -- is going to cast their votes on October15 to choose their government for the next five years. The big question is whether it is going ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Give me power I will give Vidarbha, says Mayawati

NAGPUR: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief and three-time chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati, promised to create separate state of Vidarbha if her party came to power in Maharashtra. Addressing a massive election meeting here on Friday, she ...
 Times of India1 month ago Maya for marginalised  Pune Mirror1 month ago

Akhilesh to tweak, revive, Maya's Ganga Expressway

Currently, the shelved project has a liability of only Rs 32 crore which needs to be returned to Jaypee Group before starting the project afresh. The Akhilesh Yadav government has decided to take up the ambitious project of Mayawati, Ganga ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

In Ambedkar's state, Dalit parties stare at oblivion

Once a potent force in state politics which also birthed an avant-garde literature, Dalit political activism may be headed for oblivion during the assembly polls, with too many Republican Party of India (RPI) factions led by self-serving leaders ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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