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Gujarat Elections 2017: Congress tries to woo farmers, unemployed in manifesto
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Gujarat Elections 2017: Congress tries to woo farmers, unemplo...

Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) president Bharatsinh Solanki on Friday told mediapersons that the party will release its manifesto on December 5 or 7. "If we come to power, we will create a stress-free environment for all. We are planning to have ... DNA, 2 months ago

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I like going to temples, will continue to do so: Rahul

IMAGE: Congress president Rahul Gandhi gestures during a public meeting in Gulbarga on Monday. Photograph: PTI Photo Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of creating friction between communities and 'igniting' fire, as he ramped up his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his campaign in poll-bound Karnataka. "Wherever there is a BJP government like the ones in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, violence ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Haryana: Congress has Khattar on the mat but its own house isn’t in order  catchnews.com1 month ago With Congress in tatters across India, can Rahul change the party's fortunes?  catchnews.com2 months ago
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A dialogue with JC | Results of Rajasthan bypolls to shape up the national politics

Is 3-0 debacle of BJP in Rajasthan byelections a big defeat? Is it a warning bell for Narendra Modi-Amit Shah 2019 plan? Will Narendra Modi be able to garner 25 seats for BJP from Rajasthan? If that doesn’t happen, from where will this deficit be ...
 DNA1 week ago
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Caste is the Credo in Rajasthan By-polls

Considered as the semifinals for the Assembly polls scheduled later this year in Rajasthan, the crucial by-polls for the two Lok Sabha constituencies and one Assembly seat are all set to be fought on the caste lines rather than on issues or the personal ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Why India treats Sukh Ram and Raja differently

Sukh Ram and Raja were charged with corruption during their tenure as telecom ministers.Sukh Ram was convicted while Raja has been acquitted.One had cash found under his bed; in the case of the other the trial judge mockingly asks: Where is the money? And if there's no money, where is the corruption? So, pronounced innocent.Sukh Ram is a Brahmin. 'Maybe he strayed just that one time, people like that aren't usually corrupt.'And Raja is a Dalit. 'Can you expect any better?'What race is in some ...
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Dhumal or Virbhadra? Counting of votes for Himachal polls on Monday

Himachal has a tradition of change in government after every elections and going by the trend, this time it is the turn of the BJP which is upbeat after exit poll results.   The fate of 337 candidates including Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his predecessor Prem Kumar Dhumal will be known on Monday as counting of votes is taken up in Himachal Pradesh where traditional rivals BJP and Congress have contested all 68 seats. The hill state witnessed a record 75.28 per cent turnout and ...
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