Lok Sabha Elections
Lok Sabha Elections News
Former Karnataka CM and BJP leader BS Yediyurappa on Friday confirmed that the saffron party has entered into an alliance with the JD(S) in Karnataka and have already agreed to give four seats to Deve Gowda's party for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections
The seven coordinators are Rahul Richchariya for Chandni Chowk, Ghulam Hussain Khalak for South Delhi, Sunny Malik for Northwest Delhi, Chiman Bhai Vinjhuda for Northeast Delhi, Hakubha Jadeja for New Delhi, Sanjeev Sharma for East Delhi and Uma Shankar Pandey for West Delhi
The INDIA alliance logo unveiling and discussions of the common minimum plan (CMP) will be the highlights of the two-day discussions, along with discussions on strategy and the inclusion of new allies
Mayawati rules out alliance with NDA, I.N.D.I.A, says both mostly comprise anti-poor, communal parties
"NDA and I.N.D.I.A alliances mostly comprise parties that are anti-poor, casteist, communal, pro-rich against whose policies BSP has always fought. So, there is no question of contesting the election by forging an alliance with them...," said the BSP chief
AAP leader Dilip Pandey said, 'Since Congress was is not willing to make any alliance in Delhi polls, I guess then there is no point in being part of I.N.D.I.A alliance'
'Opposition using nation's name as tool to gain power': BJP writes to EC against renaming UPA as INDIA
The BJP leader explained that in case the party wins in the upcoming polls, people would say 'India has won' but if it loses, people would say 'India has lost,' which in turn promotes a 'sense of national insult'
Party has bifurcated various states and union territories into three zones to facilitate collective discussions between various leaders. The region-wise meetings will be held in Delhi, Guwahati and Hyderabad
Amid efforts back home to galvanise the rival political forces against the BJP government at the Centre with an eye on next year's Lok Sabha elections, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the Opposition in India was "pretty well united"
As part of its election manifesto for the 10 May Karnataka Assembly election, the BJP has pledged to bring in the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) throughout the state. The party made similar promises in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. What's the status?
"I, Nitish Kumar, Hemant Soren and many others will come together in 2024. All opposition parties will join hands to defeat the BJP. All of us will be on one side and the BJP on the other. The BJP's arrogance of 300 seats will be its nemesis... ," Mamata said.
Delhi Lt Governor V K Saxena last month recommended a CBI probe into alleged irregularities in the implementation of the Excise Policy 2021-22
In Bharatiya Janata Party’s 2019 Lok Sabha election manifesto, BJP promised the implementation of UCC if it comes to power
West Bengal BJP president Sukanta Majumdar said it is a general trend that the party in power in the state generally wins the by-elections
West Bengal’s Asansol and Ballygunge have emerged as a major prestige fight for the TMC and the BJP
Nitin Gadkari launches work on Zojila tunnel; project to provide year-round connectivity between Srinagar-Leh
Once completed, the tunnel, projected as Asia's longest, would reduce the travel time from 3 hours to 15 minutes with avalanche-free travel on the Srinagar-Leh section of NH1
Dilip Ghosh re-elected as West Bengal BJP president; decision taken by state committee, say party sources
Decision to re-elect Dilip Ghosh for another three-year term was taken at state committee meeting
Ahead of the 15 December Karnataka bypolls, the Bangalore Police has lodged an FIR against former Karnataka chief ministers Siddaramaiah and HD Kumaraswamy on charges of sedition and defamation based on a lower court order
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has communicated to the secretariats of both Houses of Parliament in this regard
Jyotiraditya Scindia refuses to react to Salman Khurshid's remarks on Rahul Gandhi, but says Congress needs 'self-introspection’
Scindia's remarks came after Khurshid said he was pained at the current situation of the Congress
'No infiltrator will remain in India, it's a country not an inn', says BJP working president JP Nadda in Jharkhand
JP Nadda also touched on several other issues such as abrogation of Article 370, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Houston visit and corruption.