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A century of power politics

A century of power politics

An up close look at the rise of Tamil Nadu's mainstream parties that have dominated the state's politics since the sixties DNA, 2 days ago

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Maha civic polls: PM thanks people for reposing faith in BJP

In a series of tweets, he praised BJP workers, particularly Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and state party president Raosaheb Danve Patil, for tirelessly working for the people.
 DNA3 days ago BMC Elections 2017: Maha BJP state president meets Uddhav Thackeray day before counting  DNA4 days ago Maharashtra Civic Election 2017: Congress concedes defeat in state-wide polls; calls it a setback  First Post.com3 days ago BMC Elections: Shiv Sena attacks BJP, says tying up with terrorist supporter like Mufti more dangerous than Congress  DNA29 minutes ago

Who will Muslims in Manipur vote for?

As in many other states, Manipur too has its Muslim vote bank to sway fortunes of the political parties in an election, constituting nearly nine per cent of the electorate. In more than a dozen assembly constituencies, the Muslim community, locally known as 'Pangal' or 'Meitei Pangal', can swing results. The direct clout of the Muslim vote bank in more than 3-4 seats and ability to become a deciding factor in 7-8 more help them hog the attention of all political parties. The community has ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Muslim community a major factor in 10-odd Manipur seats  Business Standard3 days ago Manipur: Impact of Muslim community voters  One India3 days ago

Centre working on guidelines for funding of parties: Gangwar

The Centre is working on guidelines for the funding of political parties, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Gangwar said here today.
 DNA5 days ago

Amit Shah and BJP should first check their own ministers, says SP

Attacking SP and BSP, Shah said the two parties have destroyed the state February 25, 2017 Last Updated at 09:31 IST
 Business Standard2 days ago Instead of cattle blood, streams of milk and ghee will flow when BJP wins UP: Amit Shah  DNA14 hours ago UP polls will end appeasement, casteism, dynastic rule: Shah  Deccan Herald20 hours ago UP polls: Amit Shah and BJP should first introspect, says SP  Business Standard2 days ago

Without CM candidate in Manipur, BJP says Modi is its face

The Assembly polls in the state will virtually witness a fight between the BJP and the Congress although some smaller parties are also in the fray. Talking to PTI here today, Singh exuded confidence about his party's poll prospect, saying, "The BJP came to ...
 Zee News2 days ago

All parties eye big gains in east UP

The party scoring high here gets to govern the state
 Business Standard1 day ago

BMC polls to state elections: How parties are running online campaigns

With social media buzzing with cartoons, parties rely on young workers to run online campaigns
 Business Standard6 days ago

Sharmila refuses to accept security provided by state

Irom Sharmila Chanu on Monday refused to accept the ‘security escort’ provided to her by the state authorities under the direction of the Election Commission of India. Sharmila said she has no enmity with anyone and has ‘nothing to fear about’. The former iconic human rights figure said she does not approve of the ‘VIP culture’ of being surrounded by armed forces and wants to be with the people. On the other hand, Additional Chief Secretary J Suresh Babu ...
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Ramjas college violence: Rijiju should not make irresponsible statements, says JD(U)

Castigating Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju over his remark, that anyone who wants to break India and supports terrorists can be branded an 'anti-national', the Janata Dal (United) on Monday said that the former and his party did not fight for ...
 Business Standard3 hours ago
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