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Sumitra Mahajan, 4th Maharashtrian to become LS Speaker
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Cong unlikely to get post of LoP, says AG

The Congress may not get the Leader of the Opposition post in the Lok Sabha if Speaker Sumitra Mahajan accepts the opinion of the Attorney General in this regard. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi is understood to have cited the General Directions of the first ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago
Mahajan fourth Maharashtrian to become Speaker Business Standard, 1 month ago
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MPs failing to use area development funds

During the 15th Lok Sabha, MPs could not utilize about one-fourth of their funds under MP Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS), according to the government's own admission.
 Times of India1 week ago

More than half vote in Bihar (Fourth Lead)

More than 53 percent of the electorate voted in Bihar till Wednesday evening as balloting continued peacefully for seven Lok Sabha seats, an official said.Bypolls for two assembly seats are also being simultaneously held.As many as 118 candidates are in the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Can RJD-JD(U) stop BJP's rise in Bihar?  Livemint.com2 weeks ago 58 percent vote in Bihar (Fourth Lead)  Prokerala2 months ago Over 50 percent vote in Bihar  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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It`s Mamata wave all the way in West Bengal, TMC wins 34 of 42 Lok Sabha seats

West Bengal`s ruling Trinamool Congress put up a spectacular show, sweeping the Lok Sabha polls in the state to emerge as the fourth-largest party in the new Lok Sabha, while the BJP signalled its rise as a force by eating into the vote share of the erstwhile ...
 Zee News2 months ago Trinamool's Dinesh Trivedi retains Barrackpore (Lead)  Prokerala2 months ago Mamata magic holds sway in Bengal, Left nearly wiped out (Intro Roundup)  Prokerala2 months ago Trinamool juggernaut rolls on in Bengal, Left nearly wiped out (Roundup)  Prokerala2 months ago
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Patnaik: From political novice to four-time chief minister

After winning 117 of the 147 assembly seats and 20 of the 21 Lok Sabha seats, the BJD chief was sworn in as CM on Wednesday, becoming the first in the state to be sworn in for the fourth straight year. Once considered a political novice and a reluctant inheritor of Biju Patnaik’s mantle in 1997, Naveen Patnaik has turned master strategist to become the first in Odisha to become chief minister for the fourth consecutive time. Unfazed by a series of scams, including mining and chit ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Naveen magic sweeps across Odisha; thanks people for support  Rediff.com2 months ago Naveen humbled by people‚Äôs support, expresses gratitude  The Hindu2 months ago Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik humbled by people's support, expresses gratitude  DNA2 months ago
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62% voter turnout in West Bengal till 1 p.m.

Nearly 62 per cent votes were cast till 1 p.m. in West Bengal, where polling is underway in six Lok Sabha constituencies in the fourth of the five-phase election in the state to decide the fate of 72 candidates. On an average, 61.6 per cent of the total ...
 Business Line2 months ago Nearly 62 percent polling recorded till in West Bengal till 1 pm  Zee News2 months ago Nearly 62% polling recorded till in WB 1 PM  Business Standard2 months ago Lok Sabha elections: Over 45 percent polling recorded in West Bengal till 11 am  Zee News2 months ago

TMC to continue anti-fare hike stir till roll-back

Kolkata, June 26 (PTI) The Trinamool Congress, which is the the fourth largest party in the Lok Sabha, today said it would continue its protest till the Centre rolled back the hike in rail fare entirely and also rail freight. Addressing a party ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago
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Over 45% polling recorded in W. Bengal till 11 a.m.

ase of the Lok Sabha polls in the state today. Over 45 per cent polling was recorded on an average in the first four hours of polling in six Parliamentary constituencies of Jhargram, Midnapore, Purulia, Bankura, Bishnupur and Asansol, state Chief Electoral ...
 Business Line2 months ago Bihar: 58% vote, 5 hurt in knife attack  Asian Age2 months ago Over 59 per cent polling UP's 14 seats  Business Standard2 months ago Lok Sabha elections: 58% polling in seven seats in Bihar  DNA2 months ago
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Rise of BJP in West Bengal 'an illusion': TMC

While TMC emerged as the fourth largest party in the 16th Lok Sabha, main rival CPI(M) won only two seats in WB, the lowest since its formation in 1964. KOLKATA: The ruling Trinamool Congress has dismissed talk that BJP is emerging as a potential opposition ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Times of India

Lok Sabha Elections: Yet other blind Indostani

The election results will be out very soon and they could not have come at an appropriate time. In the final lap, the polls turned ugly – perhaps inevitably so. The fault is not restricted to any particular party and there has been enough pain and ...
 DNA2 months ago Election Commission out in full force for final lap of Lok Sabha poll  Times of India2 months ago
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