2014 Lok Sabha Polls

Result: 1- 8 out of 125 Article found

Simple looks score high in Akhilesh’s SP

Akhilesh initiates interview process to appoint chiefs of SP frontal bodies; gold chains, open shirt buttons invite rejection.

BJP confident of accomplishing ‘mission-25’ in Rajasthan

Attacking Raje’s 60-days work plan, Gehlot said it proved out to be a flop show.

West Bengal: For Didi, worry is BJP vote share

Exit polls put the Trinamool tally at around 25, far short of the sweep Mamata had been projecting before the polls.

The wait

This moment of suspended animation in India’s democracy holds a beginning and an end.

In Punjab polls, women voters outnumber men

In 2009 Lok Sabha elections, men outnumbered women; In 2012 Assembly polls, women fared better.

Day after poll, Manpreet on dharna with Cong leaders

He accused SAD constituency in-charge Dimpy Dhillon and Sunny Dhillon of being responsible for the ruckus.

Mamata lashes out at Modi YET again

Modi had said Bangladeshi immigrants were being welcomed with red carpets by Banerjee for vote bank politics.

2 Doaba villages boycott poll

Sarpanch Gurjit Singh Chauhan said the entire village had decided to boycott the election against the injustice.

People are seeing ray of hope in Narendra Modi: Amit Shah

Shah said ‘after Modi becomes PM, all development- related projects in India will be completed in next 10 years.’

Drug control: EC shows how it’s done, earns wrath of addicts

The Election Commission (EC) may have won plaudits for its constant monitoring in poll-bound Punjab but poppy husk addicts in the state are looking forward to the end of the EC vigil.  The reason: the round-the-clock monitoring has resulted in the seizure of about 18,577 kg of poppy husk. Such has been the effect, that, […]

At Kangra, AAP banks on candidate’s ‘similarity’ to Arvind Kejriwal

Dr Rajan Sushant was expelled from BJP for his ‘anti-party’ activities in 2011 and is likely to cut into the vote bank of the BJP in the polls scheduled for May 7.

April 25 elections roundup: Rahul Gandhi campaigns in AP; Union Cabinet recommends extension of President’s rule in state

Union Cabinet recommends dissolution of Andhra Pradesh Assembly and extension of President’s rule.

UP records over 24 pc voter turnout till 11 AM, 20 per cent turnout in Chhattisgarh

Youths turned out in large numbers to cast vote since early morning and long queues were seen outside booths.

Cops say Ajit Pawar didn’t threaten villagers

A purported video of Pawar addressing a gathering in Masalwadi village had been cited in the complaint. However, police said there was “no truth” to the allegations.

Out of my mind: Who would want to be PM?

Prime Ministers’ reputations have lately been trashed, not just for the incumbent — who has been the subject of two books — but also the last PM.