By Pramod Chunchuwar
An order by the Mumbai Police ‘to control the spread of fake news and hate messages on social media during the COVID-19 pandemic’ has dra...Read More
By Sanjay Jog
Reiterates lockdown won’t be lifted immediately but in a staggered manner
By Prema Rajaram
The battle of one upmanship has emerged even in the aftermath of cyclone Amphan with BJP and Trinamool Congress taking potshots at each ...Read More
Shiv Sena’s ruling partners, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress, on Wednesday slammed the opposition Bharatiya Janata Part...Read More
Activist files complaint for hiding criminal case
The Bharatiya Janata Party leadership’s efforts to isolate and corner senior leader Eknath Khadse received a major setback on Thursday wh...Read More
Interestingly, this happened a few days after the Bharatiya Janata Party complained to the Mumbai Police for being trolled on social media
By FPJ Political Bureau
Taking potshots at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress State President Balasaheb Thorat taunted BJP that instead of criticisin...Read More
By Vikas Nag
The party has demanded the resignation of nominated councillor Ganesh Khankar. In his place, it will be roping in its experienced player ...Read More
BJP was at the receiving end after opposition parties demanded that the government should challenge the judgement delivered last week by ...Read More
By Ronald Rodrigues
No government has the right to disrupt students’ future for protesting, claim teachers.
BJP is trying to play with education, career and our future as sedition is an outdated colonial law, claim students
By Sunanda K Datta-Ray
Narendra Modi will have to face the hostility of the European Parliament when he goes to Brussels for the India-European Union summit on ...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
In 2015, New Delhi assembly constituency had 64 per cent voter turnout.
In 2015, Jangpura assembly constituency had 64 per cent voter turnout.
In 2015, Kasturba Nagar assembly constituency had 66 per cent voter turnout.
In 2015, Rajinder Nagar assembly constituency had 62 per cent voter turnout.
In 2015, Delhi Cantonment assembly constituency had 58 per cent voter turnout
In 2015, Palam assembly constituency had 65 per cent voter turnout.
In 2015, Bijwasan assembly constituency had 63 per cent voter turnout.