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Abhay Chautala becomes leader of opposition in Haryana
Times of India

Abhay Chautala becomes leader of opposition in Haryana

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Abhay Singh Chautala will be the leader of opposition in Haryana. Times of India, 1 month ago
Haryana govt in inept hands: Abhay Chautala Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
Uproar in Har assembly over Vadra land deal, 'RSS agenda' Business Standard India, 1 month ago

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Nitish, Rabri bite dust in Haryana

Patna, Oct. 19: Former chief ministers Nitish Kumar and Rabri Devi — campaigning for the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and the Congress, respectively, in Haryana — failed to make a mark with the BJP getting majority in the northern state.
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Haryana polls: With third defeat in a row, INLD slides further down  Hindustan Times2 months ago INLD accuses BJP of using CBI to stop Chautala  Prokerala2 months ago
Jagran Post

INLD gets its lowest ever vote share in Haryana

Not only the Indian National Lok Dal, Congress also saw a massive decrease in its vote share to  20.6 per cent – which was third lowest since 1966, for the party which has contested all the 12 assembly elections so far.    ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Prakash Chautala's Party Gets its Lowest Ever Vote Share  NDTV2 months ago Haryana polls: INLD gets its lowest ever vote share  IBNLive India News2 months ago Haryana elections: Om Parkash Chautala's INLD gets its lowest ever vote share  Financial Express2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

BJP calls for national law to curb conversions

Comment · print · T T T+· T- PTI Opposition members during a discussion on religious conversion, in the Lok Sabha on Thursday. PTI SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav speaks in the Lok Sabha on Thursday. PTI A scene in the Lok Sabha ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Opposition attacks Centre on Agra religious conversions: Bid to impose Hindutva agenda  Indian Express2 weeks ago Opposition attacks Centre over Agra conversions  The Gulf Today1 week ago Agra Conversion Row  The Freepress Journal1 week ago
Arab News

New Janata Dal: Will a party borne out of insecurity be able to counter resurgent BJP?

In a move aimed to counter the dominant Modi-wave sweeping across the nation, five opposition forces of the erstwhile 'Janata Parivar' have announced to soon become one party. This move shows that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made these ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago The Third Force - Alternative  Jagran Post2 weeks ago SP, Janata Dal to confront government  Arab News2 weeks ago Mulayam Singh to be head of new family 'Janata Parivar'  Samaylive3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Jaimini Bhagwati: Why India needs a robust national opposition

Governance turns arbitrary, disingenuous or worse if there are no credible alternatives Jaimini Bhagwati November 20, 2014 Last Updated at 21:50 IST It is abundantly clear after the Lok Sabha and subsequent state Assembly elections this year that ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Jaimini Bhagwati: A robust national opposition?  Sify1 month ago
Millennium Post

Unity moves of Janata Dal Parivar

Upendra Prasad The emergence of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister and a national leader has changed the contours of Indian politics and it is a time of repositioning for the leaders of other parties to maintain their clout and relevance in the ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago As old warlords fight for survival  Millennium Post1 month ago

It's now Modi versus the rest

The opposition in Indian politics was decimated, mauled, pulped after the April-May general elections. But six months after the general elections, the opposition, licking its wounds, is trying its best to reinvent itself and cobble up an alliance of ...
 Arab News1 week ago Indian opposition gathering steam  Arab News3 weeks ago One last attempt to stay politically relevant  Goa Herald1 week ago

Conversion debate in Parliament: Venkaiah Naidu says he's 'proud to have RSS background'

Most opposition parties stage walkout of Lok Sabha, boycotting government's reply to debate on conversion - PTI reports. Let there be anti-conversion laws in states and at the Centre, Naidu says. Naidusays RSS is a great organisation and he's ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago LIVE: Uproar in Parliament over conversion row, Venkaiah Naidu's RSS remark  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Bills caught in conversion logjam  The Hindu2 days ago Parliament Live: Proud to have RSS background, Venkaiah Naidu on conversion row  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
Millennium Post

The Janata Parivar 2.0 Initiative

An interesting political development in India is the regroupment of the former Janata Party's fragments into a party which recreates the once-powerful Socialist current. Part of the Left, this was second in importance only to the Communists. The ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Janata Darbar: Hope or illusion?  Millennium Post2 weeks ago The Janata Parivar 2.0 Initiative: Real hope or illusion?  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago India needs at least one all-India opposition party  Sify1 month ago
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