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    Maharashtra: After double murder, Shiv Sena-BJP alliance on sticky wicket

    Mumbai: The saffron alliance in the State is on a sticky wicket after the brutal killing of two Shiv Sena activists in Ahmednagar on April 7. Political observers are voicing doubts whether the Sena will accept the BJP offer to contest the 2019 Assembly and Lok Sabha polls together. to sources, the BJP has offered 110 to 115 seats to the Sena. This seat sharing formula is close to what Sena would

  • Under united Opposition, even PM Narendra Modi might lose his Varanasi seat, says Rahul Gandhi

    Bengaluru: Forget the BJP winning the 2019 polls, even Prime Minister Narendra Modi might lose his Varanasi seat under a united opposition, asserted Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday. Pegging his confidence on opposition unity, Gandhi said for that to happen his party, the SP and the BSP need to close ranks. Exuding confidence over roping in and managing alliance partners despite their varied personal and regional

  • Will Narendra Modi’s arrogance and hubris cost BJP 2019 elections?

    May 26, 2014: A tea seller by the name of Narendra Damodardas Modi takes oath as India’s 14th Prime Minister and vows to change India forever. And now on April 2, 2018, India is going through a delicate phase and most of the promises have not been met or remain unfulfilled. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led NDA government has been charged with no-confidence motion by none other than its former ally i.e.

  • Congress vs BJP in Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections

    Karnataka Assembly elections 2018: The verdict will impact across Vindhyas

    Winds of hectic political activity have started blowing towards South of India, now. The reason is the state of Karnataka is going for yet another round of elections next month. The Karnataka elections, to be held on May 12, will serve as the curtain raiser for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The outcome will especially galvanise the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress, and could have a significant impact on Assembly

  • Rahul Gandhi accuses Narendra Modi of giving NaMo app user data to US firms

    New Delhi: It is clear that the 2019 general election will be fought in the social media. Within two days of a French cyber expert claiming that Narendra Modi’s app was releasing user information to third party domain(s) without their consent, Rahul Gandhi jumped onto the bandwagon, dragging the PM’s name into the unsavoury controversy.

  • PM sets targets for BJP MPs to get 2019 ticket

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive for social media has not diminished despite the worldwide political storm on Facebook data leak as topping the list of criteria he set for the BJP MPs to get the ticket for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections at a closed-door dinner meeting in the BJP headquarters here Friday night is to have at least three lakh followers each on the social media and that

  • Regional satraps not enthused with Congress as the main non-BJP pole

    The growing discomfiture and frustration among regional satraps about hitching their political outfit with the Congress in the run up to next year’s general elections is coming to the fore. They are concerned that the country’s oldest political entity is hopelessly outmanoeuvred by the strategists of the Lotus party over the last four years since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister in May 2014.

  • Rahul Gandhi meeting Sharad Pawar shows seriousness for bigger alliance: NCP

    Mumbai: Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s meeting with NCP chief Sharad Pawar hours after the Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Lok Sabha bypoll results were announced, shows that the Congress leadership is serious on forging a bigger alliance of opposition parties, the NCP said today.

  • Calls for common Oppn front against BJP in 2019 grow after loss in UP, Bihar

    Lucknow/Mumbai : The reverses suffered by the BJP in the Lok Sabha and assembly bypolls in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar on Thursday triggered urgent calls by rival parties to forge a united opposition front to take on the saffron party in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

  • 2019 Lok Sabha elections: Winds are changing direction

    We still don’t know when the elections for next Lok Sabha will be conducted, however, political winds have started blowing and soon the winds would take the shape of hurricane. Even as Andhra Pradesh political strongman Chandrababu Naidu has posed a serious challenge to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP Government in the Centre, in Uttar Pradesh, young Yadav Akhilesh has signaled that winds in the largest state have already changed

  • Sonia sets up dinner date with Oppn leaders on Mar 13

    New Delhi : Sonia Gandhi has taken the charge of uniting the opposition parties to prepare for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, inviting their leaders for a dinner on March 12 or 13 even while the Congress decried some ambitious individuals trying to damage the opposition unity by exploring a third front, a clear hint at the recent overtures of West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

  • Amit Shah offers an olive branch

    Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has offered an olive branch to its warring partner in power, the Shiv Sena. Reliable reports appeared in sections of media quoting authentic sources to claim that Shah has requested top leaders of the Sena to be a part of the National Democratic Alliance, so that they can contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections jointly.

  • UP: Maneka Gandhi body-shames and abuses official accused of corruption, watch video

    Bareilly: In a yet another controversy, Union Women and child development minister Maneka Gandhi abused an official over charges of corruption levelled against him in Baheri city of UP. The incident took place when the Minister was addressing a public meeting on Friday. She got infuriated when she was apprised about the dilapidated condition of roads in the area.