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Civic polls - Total results - 62
Mar 27, 2017
MCD Election 2017: AAP’s property tax waiver promise betrays party's low confidenceAAP's promise to waive property tax on residential properties reflects the party's under-confidence ahead of the MCD elections in Delhi.
Mar 01, 2017
BMC polls 2017: Mayor to be elected in first meeting of new House on 8 MarchThe next mayor of Mumbai will be elected on 8 March, at the first meeting of the new House, civic officials said here on Wednesday.
Feb 28, 2017
BMC Election 2017: Will BJP consolidate its gains for 2019 or be hegemonic on local bodies?The ruling BJP at the Centre and in Maharashtra has reached a fork in the road. Should it take the path to power in the local bodies, the elections for which were recently held, by making compromises or strive to grow by staying true to itself and its ambitions?
Feb 24, 2017
BMC Election 2017: Denial, delusion, decline; Congress' way to dusty deathAs Congress suffers yet another reverse in yet another state, the erosion of its base is nearly complete. It is no longer standing on precipice. It is hurtling headlong into an abyss.
Feb 24, 2017
BMC election results: Here's how the newspapers reported BJP, Devendra Fadnavis' big winThough Shiv Sena managed to win 84 seats in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) election, the real winner is the BJP.
Feb 22, 2017
BMC Election 2017: AAP demands repoll in Mumbai suburbs as voters' names go missingOn the eve of the counting of votes for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) demanded that repolling be held in the areas where a large number of people could not exercise their franchise as their names did not figure in the voters' list.
Feb 06, 2017
Maharashtra civic polls: Blatant nepotism in political parties fuels unrest among loyalists, cadreAhead of civic polls, parties are faced with a challenge of convincing candidates against rebelling over blatant display of nepotism while issuing tickets.
Feb 04, 2017
Nagaland unrest: Violent protests against women’s quota highlight dominance of patriarchy in the stateRecent spurts of violence to subvert the implementation of a quota for women in Nagaland’s urban civic bodies reflects the state’s gender insensitivity.
Feb 03, 2017
Nagaland unrest has spurred Naga unity in state, with far-reaching implications in storeEven though the bodies of the two slain protesters were finally buried at a public place in Kohima, Nagaland, it does not mean that agitation will come to rest.
Jan 31, 2017
Mumbai civic polls: Raj Thackeray knocking Uddhav’s door after Shiv Sena decides to run solo is surprisingIt is not Raj Thackeray’s style to go knocking on doors, however, he called up his cousin seven times pleading for a tie-up.