Goa court issues notice to Arvind Kejriwal for remarks on bribing voters during Assembly elections; next hearing on 8 Feb
A local court has issued a notice to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in connection with a case filed against him for his bribery remarks
BJP rules Goa despite losing election: Debacle proves India is becoming Congress-mukt, one state at a time
The Goa experience indicates the rot that has set into the Congress party. The Gandhis will remain insulated from any blame, while India becomes closer to Congress-mukt becomes a closer reality with each state going their way
If stitching together a post-poll alliance with two regional parties and Independents was a smooth affair for Manohar Parrikar's BJP in Goa, then keeping them in check is proving to be a difficult exercise
The speculation that Narayan Rane may cross over to the ruling BJP resurfaced Sunday after the Maharashtra Tourism Minister and BJP MLA Jaykumar Rawal called on the sulking Congress leader in Ratnagiri.
With mining having stalled in Goa, tourism has become its largest employer. This is just one of Goa's many pressing challenges, which the BJP government must face as it resumes power
Events in Goa tell us exactly why the Congress is dying a slow, painful death and instead of empathising with it, why people are celebrating.
After Vishwajit Rane, another disgruntled Congress MLA Savio Rodrigues resigned from the party on Friday. He blamed the Congress high command and general secretary in-charge for Goa, Digvijaya Singh, for failing to form the government despite emerging as the single largest party in the recently held Assembly election.
Ironically, it was the Congress and not the Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar-led government, which seemed desperate not to lose face, during the floor test in the Goa legislative assembly on Thursday.
Manohar Parrikar wins Goa Assembly floor test with 22 in favour; trashes allegations of horse-trading
The BJP-led coalition of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar won the crucial floor test in Goa Assembly on Thursday.
Goa Assembly Floor Test Highlights: Manohar Parrikar gets 4th term as CM, trashes allegations of horse-trading
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is set to prove majority on the floor of the Assembly today. Parrikar, who stepped down as Defence Minister to shift to Goa, was sworn-in along with nine ministers on Tuesday.
Goa Floor Test: If Manohar Parrikar wins, the governor stands vindicated or else Congress gets to form govt
All eyes are on Panjim right now where the Goa Legislative Assembly is scheduled to have a floor test on Thursday to see if Manohar Parrikar, recently appointed as the state's chief minister, can survive a vote of confidence in the House.
There has been a decrease in the number of members of legislative assembly (MLAs) with criminal records in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Punjab and Goa of the five states that elected new state governments, according to our analysis of data compiled by Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), an advocacy.
The Congress leaders are still smarting from the failure of the party managers to cobble up any post-poll alliance to attain power, despite emerging as the single largest party in Assembly elections.
Manohar Parrikar, who quit as defence minister, on Tuesday took oath as the chief minister of Goa to head a coalition government, three days after the BJP ended up second behind the Congress in a fractured mandate.
Goa government formation as it happened: Manohar Parrikar, council of ministers sworn-in by governor
Votes for the general Assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur will be counted on Saturday.
Goa Crisis: Congress charge of BJP 'stealing democracy' doesn't hold moral, political or legal water
The ongoing drama in Goa catches in a nutshell the difference between the BJP and Congress and adequately explains why the former's star is rising while the latter is suffering from an existential crisis.
Goa crisis: Arun Jaitley defends BJP, says governor could not have invited 17 Congress MLAs to form govt
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said it's "a bit too much" as the governor could not have invited minority of 17 MLAs to form the government.
Some of his policies have presented challenges to the public but the public persona of him as a man who rose from poverty to become the PM has remained strong so far
On Tuesday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, took to Facebook to refute allegations made by the Congress against Bharatiya Janta Party of 'stealing' the mandate in Goa and Manipur Assembly elections.
During the hearing on Tuesday, the Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar, ordered a floor test in Goa.