Jats in western UP remain divided even as Ajit Singh, gathbandhan express confidence on turning tide against Modi
Jats in western Uttar Pradesh, whose voting preference usually set the trend in the state, and who had voted in favour of Narendra Modi in 2014 Lok Sabha polls, remain undecided a day before phase-I of polling begins for the Lok Sabha Election 2019
Upset over Mayawati's remarks on Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhim Army to support Saharanpur's Congress candidate
The move comes days after Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati described Bhim Army founder Chandrashekhar Azad as a "BJP agent" and accused him of trying to divide Dalit votes
Congress aims to make up for cancelled Saharanpur joint rally with Priyanka Gandhi's roadshow, boost morale of party workers
Congress workers worried about their winning prospects in Saharanpur, and Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi's presence would have helped build much-needed confidence.
SP-BSP joined hands to fight BJP, but latest remarks by Mayawati, Akhilesh Yadav indicate quiet fear of Congress
Mayawati and Akhilesh may have come together to fight the BJP, but its constant reiterations that the Congress poses no threat are more than likely a farce.
Narendra Modi in western UP today: PM's campaign in Saharanpur, Amroha to reveal BJP strategy for minority voters
At a time when the political class is criss-crossing the country at a feverish pace for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, it's important to note the stations where the top leaders are touching down to connect with the electorate
Rahul Gandhi reposes faith in old guard in first list for Lok Sabha elections: Profiles of first 15 on Congress candidate list
In the first candidate list, Congress has refrained from introducing too many new faces and reposed faith in party old guard, even though some of them didn't win the last election
Congress on Sunday released its first list of 43 candidates for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
A defiant Mayawati ruled out taking any action against her party workers and seemed to suggest that Singh's family members were themselves to blame for the abuse hurled against them
Masood is known as a muscleman with huge political and social influence in western Uttar Pradesh. During the Lok Sabha election campaign, he had warned that BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi would be cut to pieces.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday attacked the Congress for appointing Imran Masood as a senior vice-president of the party in Uttar Pradesh, saying that a person who has used 'venomous language' doesn't deserve a mention.
On the surface of it appears to be contrary to what Prashant Kishor, Congress' outsourced poll strategist had suggested: win Brahmins first
Congress's bankruptcy in ideas and talent is evident. Can 'master strategist' Prashant Kishor wave his wand? Or will India's grand old party finally burst his bubble?
Here is a list of all the politicians that we think deserve to make the communal hall of shame, along with some of the statements that put them there:
As campaigning moves into constituencies with high Muslim presence, expect more provocative speeches and below the belt attacks from the leaders.
The communally sensitive region would get more than 250 companies of paramilitary forces to ensure smooth polling, officials said.
Leaders using vitriolic or strong speeches to whip up their audiences isn't unique to India and during elections it reaches a fever pitch with even the faces of the two national parties raking muck at each other in a bid to consolidate their vote base.
Elections 2014 have become intensely personal for everybody - political parties, ordinary people, and the media. We have too much invested in it to be truly neutral any more.
After Congress candidate Imran Masood's threat to chop BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi into pieces, a BJP MLA has now hit out at the Gandhi family saying they should be stripped and thrown out of the country.