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BJP gets poll face on, appoints Ram Madhav to be in charge of Assam
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BJP gets poll face on, appoints Ram Madhav to be in charge of ...

In a bid to strengthen the party and improve its poll prospects, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has made some fresh appointments, with Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and general secretary Ram Madhav as election in-charges for Assam elections due in June 2016. Shah has also appointed Union Minister J P Nadda as Parliamentary Board Secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Avinash Rai Khanna as the national election in-charge for organisational elections. Ram Madhav has also been assigned the ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
Ram Madhav as poll in-charge boost for BJP Times of India, 1 day ago
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Assembly poll prospects in Assam

National Assam Tribune Online News Guwahati, June 18 -- On the one hand, the Modi Government has completed one year at the Centre, on the other only one year is left for the Assam Assembly election. All the parties have started their election ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago Assam: Overhaul of National Register of Citizens sparks controversy  Hindustan Times1 week ago Assam polls 2016: political manoeuvres  HT Syndication1 week ago Sops for 500 Anganwadis  The Telegraph6 days ago
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Assam moves centre on citizenship for those fleeing persecution

GUWAHATI: What is seen as a Congress attempt to corner Hindu Bengali votes in poll bound Assam, the state government has dashed a proposal to the Centre seeking citizenship for those who came to Assam following threat to life. This has evoked ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Assam CM to write to centre over NRC update  ProKerala.com1 week ago Tarun Gogoi to write to centre over NRC update  5 Dariya News - English1 week ago Gogoi urges Centre to release pending funds  Nagaland Post3 weeks ago
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BJP takes aim at Cong for Assam assembly polls

BJP takes aim at Cong for Assam assembly pollsBJP on Thursday sounded poll bugle in Assam. The party is planning to go alone to the polls and will contest the entire 126 assembly constituency.
 Economic Times2 weeks ago BJP prepares plan for 2016 Assam assembly elections, decides to target Congress  Economic Times2 weeks ago State Cong likely to fight Assembly polls alone  Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Ahead of poll, Cong in Assam to spruce up social media presence

GUWAHATI: The Congress in Assam plans to appoint social media observers in more than 24,000 assembly blocks spread across the state, as it aims to ramp up social media presence ahead of next year's assembly poll. Congress President Sonia Gandhi has ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Ahead of poll, Congress in Assam to spruce up social media presence  Economic Times3 weeks ago

NSF condemns atrocities by Assam Rifles

Rajya Sabha bye-poll in Jharkhand on Jul 2 Jind, Karnal & Muzaffarnagar districts admitted into NCR by NCR Planning Board FIR in murder case registered against UP Minister Lalu-Nitish union unnatural, would break soon: BJP Youth held for entering ...
 United News of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Modi has drastically slashed central allocations: Gogoi

ime Minister of making a U-turn on his 'acche din' (good days) pre-poll promises to the people of Assam, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today asserted that Narendra Modi has drastically cut Central allocations to the state. "Trusting Modi's pre-poll promises, the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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BJP promises Indian citizenship for Bangladeshi Hindu refugees

Hindu refugees from Bangladesh will be given Indian citizenship if BJP comes to power in Assam in next year's Assembly poll, party president Amit Shah said. GUWAHATI: Hindu refugees from Bangladesh will be given Indian citizenship if BJP comes to power in ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Citizenship for Banglesdeshi Hindus leaves Assam divided  Rediff.com1 month ago Govt will give citizenship to Bangladeshi Hindu refugees if BJP comes to power: Amit Shah in Assam  First Post.com2 months ago Congress and Left worried about losing out on Hindu votes to BJP  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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The Telegraph

Shah pitches for 'graft-free' Assam

BJP president Amit Shah today blew the poll bugle by giving a call to the people of Assam to oust the "corrupt" Congress in 2016 Assembly elections. Shah, addressing a public rally here, described the Tarun Gogoi government as a government of "corruption and ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Only BJP can free Assam from illegal immigration: Amit Shah  Prokerala2 months ago Shah flays Govt over NRC update delay  The Assam Tribune2 months ago
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Business Standard

BPF set to return to power in Assam's Bodo heartland

The party has bagged 20 of the 40 seats that went for poll, with just one seat short of majority Supratim Dey | Guwahati April 12, 2015 Last Updated at 20:43 IST The Bodoland People's Front (BPF), led by Hagrama Mohilary, has emerged as the single largest ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Ruling BPF wins 20 seats in BTC polls, one short of majority  Business Standard2 months ago
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