Akhilesh Yadav is no villain, he is the hero of the story and the icon for a pragmatic new generation that has no patience to be bringing up father as he makes one bad decision after another.
Bharatiya Janata Party has taken the lead with 28 per cent of the voters vouching for it, while the Samajwadi Party lags behind as second choice, pleasing only 18 per cent of the voters.
Here’s are the top headlines this Wednesday morning. Get the latest news updates here.
Samajwadi Party – Congress alliance: The Congress party will be allotted 105 seats in the upcoming election
Congress’ attitude to play a national party vis-a-vis what it sees as a regional player, touched a raw nerve in the SP leadership.
The SP had shown signs of driving a hard bargain when it announced its list of candidates for 208 seats, with 10 of these in seats held by the Congress.
Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi said that the state of Manipur will have a two-phase election and Uttar Pradesh will have a seven-phase election.
Akhilesh Yadav, the scion of the Samajwadi Party and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, seems to have paid close attention to the drum of development Modi had been beating
The BJP has presented Kairana as an administrative and governance failure of the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh.
While the police say the boy was caught in a general merchant shop, the boy clams that he had merely gone to a garden to pluck mangoes when the constables caught him.
The 29-MLA Congress suffered a jolt with Sibal getting only 25 first preference votes despite 8-member RLD committing four votes each to Congress and SP.
BJP MLA Vijay Bahadur Yadav cross voted in favor of a Samajwadi Party candidate.
District Magistrate Rajesh Kumar and SSP Rakesh Kumar Singh were transferred days after violence broke out when police tried to evict encroachers from Jawahar Bagh park in Mathura.
The demand was raised during a village meeting at the local temple, from where an announcement was allegedly made on the night of September 28 last year, asking residents to assemble since a cow had been slaughtered.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that action should have been taken earlier against the encroachers in Mathura, during the announcement of JD(U)’s nationwide membership campaign on Sunday.