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Gujarat: Three 'outsiders' in Bhavnagar poll fray
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Gujarat: Three 'outsiders' in Bhavnagar poll fray

While voters have been traditionally used to Kshatriya candidates in Bhavnagar, parties have fielded candidates from a different community this time around, and it would be interesting see how the divided city votes this time, says Haresh Pandya Bhavnagar is an erstwhile princely state of Saurashtra, and it was normal that a representative of the warrior Kshatriya community used to be elected to Parliament from there. The contest was also invariably between two Kshatriya candidates, with the ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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GUJARATIt's advantage BJP in the battle for 26 seats

The contest for the 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat could not have been more interesting than this. A prime ministerial candidate, former deputy prime minister, current minister, former ministers and an actor are in the fray this year. Though ...
 The Week2 weeks ago It's advantage BJP in the battle for 26 seats  The Week2 weeks ago
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Kanu Kalsariya among 36 AAP candidates to contest LS polls

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has chosen former BJP MLA and general surgeon Kanu Kalsariya, best known for spearheading an agitation of farmers against Nirma's cement plant in Mahuva to contest the LS polls from the Bhavnagar seat. AAP declared the ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago Two Ex-BJP Members to Contest LS Polls on AAP Ticket  Outlook India3 weeks ago Two ex-BJP members to contest Lok Sabha polls on AAP ticket in Gujarat  DNA3 weeks ago

AAP teams to expose Gujarat's darker side

AHMEDABAD: Activists and people adversely affected by different projects in Gujarat are heading for Varanasi. They are being dispatched in teams by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to project the darker side of Gujarat and give chief minister Narendra Modi a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

AAP teams leaving for Kashi to campaign against Modi

AHMEDABAD: Activists and people adversely affected by different projects in Gujarat are heading for Varanasi. They are being dispatched in teams by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to project the darker side of Gujarat and give chief minister Narendra Modi a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
The Week

Ghost in Gandhinagar

During the 2012 Assembly polls, the Congress ad campaign in Gujarat virtually stumped the Bharatiya Janata Party. The mood in the Congress was upbeat and it hoped to prevent Narendra Modi's third successive victory. This despite senior leaders like ...
 The Week1 month ago

Arvind Kejriwal visits Gandhi Ashram

AHMEDABAD: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday visited the Sabarmati Ashram that was established by Mahatma Gandhi. Afterwards he met his party workers and people from different walks of life. In the afternoon on Saturday, he ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Will ex-Gujarat BJP leader Kanubhai Kalsaria be successful in winning a seat for AAP?

GANDHINAGAR: He caused considerable grief to BJP as long as his saffron embrace lasted. The all-powerful Gujarat BJP, which usually doesn't blink twice in expelling rebels, held on to him despite his deviations from the party line. Finally, Kanubhai ...
 Economic Times1 month ago AAP's tallest leader in Gujarat Kanubhai Kalsaria may present tough challenge for BJP  Economic Times1 month ago
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