2014 General Elections
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At least five profiles of Singh, which had more than three lakh followers, showed the message that 'this content is not available right now'
Ankhi Das openly supported BJP on Facebook's internal group, says WSJ report; Congress seeks criminal probe against social media giant
According to the report, messages written by Das showed her praising Narendra Modi as the ‘strongman’ who ended the Congress’ hold in India
Kapil Sibal lends London 'hackathon' undeserved gravitas, gives BJP opportunity to corner Congress on EVMs
Kapil Sibal’s presence also raises the question whether the Congress endorses such wild conspiracy theories
'Cyber expert' Syed Shuja says EVMs for 2014 LS polls rigged: Who is he and what can EC do to put claim to rest
Self-proclaimed cyber expert Syed Shuja asserted that the 2014 general elections had been rigged from the beginning, and that the EVMs used in the polls were found to have been transmitting some kind of disruptive frequency.
Shiv Sena says those who question fulfillment of BJP's 2014 pre-poll promises 'are called anti-national'
The Shiv Sena on Monday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying before the 2014 polls he had made a number of promises but those who ask about it now are dubbed as "anti-nationals".
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Delhi BJP to undertake survey to ascertain popularity of MPs for candidate selection
Under the survey, questionnaires on work done by BJP MPs and their accessibility to people, will be filled by a standard set of respondents in all the seven constituencies.
Sebi and stock exchanges have beefed up surveillance and risk management systems to check any manipulative activities and excessive volatility risks on Monday and Tuesday.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday okayed the name of Raghu Sharma, a former MLA from Rajasthan, as the party's candidate for the Ajmer Lok Sabha by-election, AICC general secretary Janardan Dwivedi said.
A slowing GDP can have adverse political impact on the Narendra Modi government since opposition will likely rake up the issue of slowing growth
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday criticised the Congress for "not cooperating with the government" in implementing reforms in the country and said the opposition party had not been able to digest defeat in 2014 general elections.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that elections in India are starting to be fought on social networking websites.
Claiming that anti-Congress and anti-BJP mood is prevailing in the country, CPI today said an alternative front of Left and regional parties would form the next government at the Centre.
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Is Mamata Banerjee arrogant and intolerant to criticism? That impression seems to be gaining ground in the state.
Ruling himself out of the prime ministerial race, BJP President Rajnath Singh today virtually anointed Narendra Modi as its man to the top job if the party comes to power after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
Narendra Modi's stamp was written all over as BJP announced its Election Campaign Committee for 2014 polls including top leaders Murli Manohar Joshi, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley who will work under him.
The deeply-anticipated announcement by the BJP national executive was made today at 1.30pm by BJP president Rajnath Singh declared Narendra Modi the head of the campaign committee
The government's tenure came in for close scrutiny at the BJP's Parliamentary Board meeting which was attended by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for the first time since being made a member of the highest decision-making body on 31 March.