Drawing upon a cricket metaphor, Sitaram Yechury, member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) politburo described the October 2013 anti-communalism convention organised by the Left parties as a "doosra" that would send the country's communal ... The Hindu, 5 days ago
The resolve adopted by 11 non-Congress, non-BJP parties to contest the general elections as a united bloc on Wednesday drew predictably uncharitable responses from the BJP. The idea behind the Third Front is to make India a third-rate country, ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Non-Congress, Non-BJP front likely as an alternative to come at national level AndhraNews.net, 1 month ago New front likely this month The Hindu, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: When Parliament reconvenes on Wednesday, a group of regional parties and the Left will signal the coming together of non-Congress, non-BJP parties, as a prelude to formation of a Third Front-like alliance for the Lok Sabha elections. It ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
The former Prime Minister and national president of Janata Dal (Secular), H.D. Deve Gowda, has said there is every likelihood of non-Congress and non-BJP parties coming together ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Towards this end, two meetings are ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
In election season, political parties are scrambling to notch up support from all quarters. But prime ministerial ambitions of most regional satraps have, however, blocked any such formation, so far. Now, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Talk has begun on new political front: Nitish ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
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Unfortunately, there is no grand visionary among today's politicians. Jawaharlal Nehru's India was not the only India that was envisaged by nationalist politicians. Mahatma Gandhi, Subhas Bose and Sardar Patel offered alternative ideas ...The Statesman, 2 months ago
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