Shimla: Former BJP president Maheshwar Singh, who has floated a regional outfit Himachal Lokhit Party (HLP), presented a dubious stand before the media for the upcoming Mandi bye-election by declaring that his party would not support Congress but would work towards the defeat of BJP. BJP and Congress are likely [...]
Mandi: Stakes for Congress that won the state assembly election here five months ago are higher for the upcoming Mandi...
New Delhi: Terming the electoral outcome in Karnataka not surprising, BJP leader L.K. Advani today said the party had...
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Sunday that Kashmiris should take a cue from the voters...
Panchkula: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today told legislators and party leaders in Haryana that winning candidates...
Bangalore: Over 60 percent of the 43.6 million voters cast their ballots till 5 p.m. in the 14th Karnataka assembly polls held today to decide the fate of the first BJP government in south India, an official said here. In Bangalore, which has earned notoriety for low polling, the balloting [...]Read more ›
Kullu: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state executive held a meeting here to deliberate on various issues concerning the state and the Lok Sabha elections, with main focus on the Mandi Parliamentary seat. Mandi parliamentary seat, which remains vacant after Virbhadra Singh became the Chief Minister of the State, is [...]Read more ›
Patna: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev today offered to help resolve the differences between Chief Ministers Nitish Kumar of Bihar and Narendra Modi of Gujarat. “I will try my best to resolve the differences between (them) if my service is sought,” Ramdev told the media during a two-day visit to Bihar [...]Read more ›
Patna: The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is unlikely to return to power after the next Lok Sabha polls, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said Thursday. “Going by the mood among common people, Congress-led UPA will not return to power,” Nitish Kumar told media persons here. The UPA II failed to [...]Read more ›
Singur (West Bengal), March 30 (IANS) It is widely believed that the Singur agitation, an intense anti-land acquisition movement, had propelled Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress to power in West Bengal nearly two years ago, evicting the three-decade-long Left Front regime. Now, with the Trinamool Congress government facing rough seas on [...]Read more ›