By FPJ Web Desk
2,146 polling stations have been set up for the smooth conduct of elections of phase-I. Voting for the first phase will take place from 7...Read More
US President Donald Trump on Monday accused the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Pfizer of withholding the announcement on COVID-19...Read More
Domestic equity market movement in the coming week will largely depend on how participants react to Bihar election outcome, macroeconomic...Read More
The process for organisational elections has started in the Congress party as the central election authority met on Tuesday and finalised...Read More
By Sanjay Jog
Election for the post of Maharashtra Legislative Council's deputy chairperson will be held on Tuesday. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), whic...Read More
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made his comments shortly after the court heard a second day of arguments in a series of legal challeng...Read More
This is because the cooperation department staff is busy with the implementation of much ambitious crop loan waiver scheme.
By FPJ Political Bureau
It will be a test of the rural popularity of MVA government on March 29
By Staff Reporter
This move however has agitated public representatives who are anxious that they have to face the public in the elections.
In an informal meeting of the Cabinet, the ministers demanded that local bodies’ elections should be immediately held.
The state cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, at its meeting slated for Wednesday, will give an approval.
The announcement came after the Delhi High Court set aside the election of Jitender Tomar
Voting began at 8 AM Saturday and wraps up at 4 PM. The vote count will begin soon after, with results expected later in the evening.
SSS founder Raju Shetti strongly criticised Congress and NCP for their neglect towards allies.
Congress succeeded in getting its president after 15 years.
Hectic parleys on in New Delhi
Prime Minister Boris Johnson looks set to win a comfortable majority in parliament after Thursday's election.
Results showed the Boris-led Conservative won 326 of the 650 seats in the lower House of Commons, according to Sky News and BBC.
"I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign," the veteran socialist, 70
Justice Navin Chawla allowed the Centre's application which claimed that no grounds were made out for challenging the BJP leader's election.