articles by Gajraj Singh

Politics

In Rajasthan high voter turnout augurs well for the BJP

Voting trends since 1998 show that if the LS polls are held within a year of the assembly elections, the ruling party manages to get more votes.

Politics

Why does no one call Modi an outsider in Varanasi, asks Azharuddin

Being a former cricket celebrity, he is easily recognised by people, an advantage Jaunapuriya, a Gujjar, does not have. He attracts bigger crowds than his rivals — the other one being Jagmohan Lal Meena. Some believe this is one of the few seats in Rajasthan where the Congress has some chance of a victory.

Politics

Sachin Pilot's mission impossible: Reviving Cong in Rajasthan

As Sachin campaigns in the remaining five constituencies of the state, the voting trend in Ajmer will weigh heavily on his mind, as will the feedback from party workers from other constituencies

Politics

Election 2014: No thrill in princess versus pauper in Jodhpur

The Rajput vs Rajput electoral battle has left the spirit in the rural areas damp.

Politics

Jaswant gets sympathy in Barmer, but will votes follow?

The suspension of Jaswant Singh's son from the BJP has raised more sympathy for the former foreign minister, but this may not be enough to get him the seat.