Gujarat civic polls 2021: The main contest is between the BJP, which has ruled the six corporations for last several terms, and the Opposition Congress. The AAP is pitching itself as an alternative, while AIMIM is making its debut in the polls
Gujarat civic polls 2021 updates: CM Vijay Rupani casts vote in Rajkot hours after testing negative for COVID-19
Gujarat civic polls 2021 LIVE updates: Jamnagar recorded the highest voting at 38.7%; Surat recorded 33.6%, Vadodara (33.4%), Bhavnagar (32.7%), Rajkot (30.6%) and Ahmedabad (29.4%)
Gujarat civic polls: Chief Minister Vijay Rupani casts vote in Rajkot hours after testing negative for COVID-19
Rupani, 64, tested positive for the viral infection on 15 February, a day after he fainted on a stage during campaigning for civic polls in Vadodara
The ruling TRS won 56 wards in the GHMC polls conducted in December 2020. The BJP won 48, AIMIM bagged 44 wards, and the Congress won only two
Addressing a rally in Gujarat's Bharuch, the AIMIM chief said Modi should be 'large-hearted' and agree to repeal the contentious laws as per the farmers' demand
AIMIM announced its foray into Gujarat politics with an aim to provide an "effective alternative" to the ruling BJP and opposition Congress in the state
West Bengal Assembly polls: Muslim cleric floats political outfit Indian Secular Front, says 'want to be kingmaker'
The development comes after Owaisi visited Furfura, located in Jangipara subdivision of Hooghly district, earlier this month and declared his intention to back Siddiqui in the 2021 Assembly polls
Asaduddin Owaisi visits West Bengal's Hooghly, discusses upcoming Assembly polls with influential cleric
Owaisi, whose party put up a good show during Bihar polls, is likely to have discussed a possible seat-sharing deal with Abbas Siddiqui, who is planning to start his own 'minority' outfit
AIMIM's Aurangabad MP Imtiaz Jaleel said the alliance will emerge a strong challenger for the BJP and the Congress and will make an impact on the upcoming polls
GHMC 2020 Election Results: Wrong KCR optics, expanding RSS fuel BJP surge in TRS bastion; AIMIM thwarts saffron charge
The Lal Bahadur Nagar area played a vital role in BJP’s performance as both the TRS and Congress were completely decimated.
The 2 December meeting had triggered a buzz in political circles that Kushwaha may merge his RLSP with the ruling JD(U), and that he would be inducted into the Bihar Cabinet as a member of Legislative Council
Hyderabad civic poll results 'historic', says JP Nadda as BJP makes major gains; Amit Shah congratulates party workers
The BJP, which won 48 seats in the GHMC polls, believes that it has now emerged as the main challenger to the TRS, replacing the Congress, which won only two wards
GHMC election: TRS retains Hyderabad civic body despite 'unexpected' results; BJP dubs loss 'moral victory'
While the TRS remained as the largest party winning 55 of the 150 wards (till 11 pm) in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation polls, the BJP made major gains winning 48 wards; the AIMIM came third with 44 seats, but the Congress could win only two
"Anyone who thinks Owaisi is going to bring in positive change for Muslims, is living in a fool’s paradise," writers the editor of India's oldest Muslim news website
A poll percentage of 35.80 was recorded till 5 pm. Top BJP leaders including Yogi Adityanath, Home Minister Amit Shah and JP Nadda had taken part in the camapigning
GHMC Election 2020: Polling underway in Greater Hyderabad amid tight security; 1,122 candidates in fray
Arrangements have been put in place to enable a total of 74.67 lakh voters in 150 divisions to exercise their franchise across 9,101 polling stations
The BJP has roped in top leaders including party national president JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, to campaign for the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation election scheduled for 1 December
'If Faizabad and Allahabad in UP can become Ayodhya and Prayagraj respectively, then Hyderabad can again become Bhagyanagar', Adityanath said
Telangana BJP chief causes stir with 'surgical strike' in Hyderabad remark; reprehensible, says KT Rama Rao
Kumar, who was speaking during the BJP's campaign for the civic elections, alleged that TRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was trying to win the polls through "incorrect means"
The two parties on Tuesday night held a two-hour-long meeting to determine the strategy for the next Assembly polls