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Bharatsinh Solanki may be made Gujarat Congress chief
The Hindu

Bharatsinh Solanki may be made Gujarat Congress chief

The Congress is learnt to be contemplating bringing back Union Minister Bharatsinh Solanki, son of the former Chief Minister, Madhavsinh Solanki, as Gujarat Congress president, replacing Arjun Modhwadia. The move has been spurred by the resignation of five ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Gujarat may be a breeze for the BJP Hindu Business Line, 1 day ago
Narendra Modi dangerous, ha... Siasat Daily, 5 days ago

Close fight expected between BJP & Congress in at least 3 seats in Gujarat

AHMEDABAD: The BJP faces a close fight in at least three Lok Sabha constituencies in Gujarat, making a clean sweep tougher in the state despite the party's best efforts to make chief minister Narendra Modi's prime ministerial run smoother.
 Economic Times4 hours ago BJP eyes clean sweep in Gujarat as Congress struggles to put its act together  Livemint.com1 day ago Congress desperate to stop Modi's juggernaut in Gujarat  Saudi Gazette1 week ago Last-ditch fighters in Gujarat  Navhind Times1 week ago

KHAM politics continuesto call the shots in Anand

Numbers do matter, especially when the election win is based on the caste composition. At the Anand Lok Sabha constituency in Gujarat, caste-based politics has taken a centre stage with both the major parties the Congress and the Bhartiya Janata ...
 Hindu Business Line11 hours ago It is still 'KHAM' politics in Anand  Hindu Business Line15 hours ago
The Freepress Journal


12:21 am A similar change of pattern is also being noticed within the BJP at the national level. The importance of senior leaders like Dr Murli Manohar Joshi, Kalraj Mishra, Lalmuni Choubey (all Brahmins), within the BJP, has diminished Gandhinagar ...
 The Freepress Journal3 days ago

Sharad Pawar credits Congress with Gujarat development

PUNE: NCP supremo Sharad Pawar on Tuesday again took a dig at BJP's Narendra Modi saying that the development rate in Gujarat had come down during his tenure. "The first chief minister in Gujarat was Madhavsinh Solanki of the Congress. The credit ...
 Times of India1 week ago Pawar hits Modi with Gujarat slowdown stick  Indian Express3 weeks ago
Times of India

Modi projects himself as being larger than his party: Prithviraj Chavan

NAGPUR: Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan was always seen as a good administrator and remembered for his crucial work in PMO before coming to state politics. He may have contested Lok Sabha elections four times but he hardly fits the ...
 Times of India1 week ago Modi wave is not visible anywhere:PrithvirajChavan  Times of India1 week ago Narendra Modi projects himself as being larger than his party: Prithviraj Chavan  Economic Times1 week ago Modi wave is not visible anywhere: Prithviraj Chavan  Times of India1 week ago

Decoding Gujarat~I

HEMANTKUMAR SHAH For almost the past six months, Mr Modi has remained mostly out of Gujarat for electioneering. The state government is almost at a standstill. No major policy decisions are being taken Gujarat is known as the land of Mahatma ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

BJP modifies Congresssocial re-engineering

With the denial of a Lok Sabha ticket to its seven-time Member of Parliament, Harin Pathak, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have nearly completed the de-Brahminisation of Gujarat politics commenced by the four-time Congress Chief ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Modi bares his OBC card

GANDHINAGAR: His political rivals derisively call Narendra Modi a 'ghanchi' (oil miller). Before taking over as Gujarat chief minister in 2001, few actually knew that Modi belonged to an OBC. Modi didn't have to use the OBC card even in the 2002 ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

Family connection in Lok Sabha elections 2014

New Delhi: Politics is a big family affair in India. Be it a national party or a regional party, most of them encourage dynastic politics. Except Communists, AAP and AIADMK, most others including the Congress and the BJP have 'family connection'. ...
 IBNLive India News4 weeks ago
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