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Going through nightmares thinking about next Assembly poll CM

Stressing the need for threadbare discussion on the humiliating defeat of Congress party in States where the party had ruled for many terms, Chief Minister O Ibobi conceded that he is going through nightmares thinking about next Assembly election scheduled to ... E Pao!, 2 days ago
Crushed Congress accepts defeat Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 4 days ago

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Lotus blooms in tribal parts where Congress ruled the roost

As in the rest of Maharashtra, the Assembly polls ushered in a major shift of power in the tribal regions of the state. A stronghold of the Congress, these elections saw the BJP decimating the party in tribal regions. The BJP captured 11 of the ...
 Indian Express1 day ago

Poll results shocker for Congress, may impact revival

BJP is not only seeking to displace Congress from its strongholds, but also to gain opposition space in states ruled by the regional parties.BJP is not only seeking to displace Congress from its strongholds, but also to gain opposition space in states ruled ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Beaten at citadels, Congress may struggle for revival  Oman Tribune3 days ago Election results shocker for Congress, likely to impact its revival  ProKerala.com4 days ago Congress workers angry at Rahul Gandhi for deserting them on result day  DNA India4 days ago

Robust polling in Maharashtra 45.6, Haryana 52.4 at 3 pm

After a lackadaisical start, brisk voting has been reported in both the Congress-ruled states of Maharashtra and Haryana. At 3 pm, Maharashtra polled 45.6 per cent, while Haryana polled a robust 52.4 per cent. Maharashtra had polled 56 per cent in the Lok Sabha elections. Remember, a high voter turnout is seen as a sign that people are voting for change.  About 8.35 crore voters in the state will be sealing the fate of 4,119 candidates including prominent ones like former chief ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago LIVE: Polling underway for electing new assemblies in Maharashtra and Haryana  IndiaTV News1 week ago Moderate to brisk polling in Maharashtra, Haryana  Jagran Post1 week ago Assembly elections: Moderate to brisk in Maharashtra and Haryana  Asian Age1 week ago

In Two States, a Test of PM Narendra Modi's Popularity

Five months after he took power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces the biggest test of his popularity as two Congress-ruled states, Maharashtra and Haryana, vote for new governments today. Going to battle without naming any chief ministerial candidate in ...
 NDTV1 week ago Polls in two states show Modi's star still shining  Asiaone2 days ago Polls in two states show India PM Modi's star is still shining  Asia News Network4 days ago
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Cong blames BJP for deteriorating lawℴ situation in Rajasthan

The Congress has blamed the BJP ruled Rajasthan Government for deteriorating law and order situation in the state. A party delegation led by State Congress President Sachin Pilot and former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot met the Governor Kalyan Singh at Jaipur ...
 News on Air6 days ago Law and order situation was worst in Raj during Cong rule: BJP  Business Standard6 days ago Rajasthan's law & order failed miserably in BJP rule: Girija Vyas  DNA2 weeks ago Graft, law and order, regional bias, dominate Haryana polls  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Sonia directs Congress-ruled states to help Kashmir

Tuesday, 09 September 2014||channel:India " The Congress president has also instructed Congress chief ministers to help in relief and rehabilitation efforts in Jammu and Kashmir." New Delhi, Sep 9 - Congress president ...
 Nerve1 month ago
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Congress' poor showing in assembly polls makes its revival more difficult

The Congress finished third in both the states. The results once again raised questions on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's leadership with no clarity yet about the party's road-map for restructuring. They also revived demands for giving a more active ...
 Jagran Post3 days ago Ignoring non-Jats cost Cong in Haryana  Deccan Herald4 hours ago Congress-mukt Bharat? India's grand old party is struggling  Hindustan Times4 days ago Assembly elections: Congress faces questions of relevance and survivability  IBNLive India News4 days ago

PM package big let down: NC; Congress terms it as joke, poll ploy

Minutes after the Prime Minister left the valley after a four-hour stay, political parties in the state quickly reacted to his announcement with National Conference spokesman terming it as a "big let down". He said people had high expectations that ...
 Jagran Post3 hours ago PM's package a letdown: NC  SahiOnline3 hours ago NC Calls PM's Flood Package a Big Let Down, Cong Terms It a Joke  Outlook16 hours ago Modi's Kashmir package a joke: Congress, NC  Sify17 hours ago

US Supreme Court rules Aereo's streaming service is illegal under copyright law

In a precedent-setting decision , the United States Supreme Court ruled today that Aereo is in violation of US copyright law. The decision states that Aereo's use of tiny antennas hooked up to cloud DVR technology violates the right of companies ...
 IndiaVision4 hours ago
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