Elections 2014

Result: 112- 119 out of 396 Article found

Sheila Dikshit appointed Kerala Governor; Congress-RJD pact likely today

Kerala Governor Nikhil Kumar resigned, sending out an additional signal for RJD-Congress alliance.


Ram Vilas Paswan has no ideology, BJP-LJP alliance ‘unprincipled': Nitish Kumar

Incidentally, the JD(U) leader and Ramvilas Paswan were in the same Cabinet of Atal Bihari Vajpyeee-led NDA government.


Venkaiah Naidu terms Third Front a ‘parking slot’

Eleven Left and secular parties on Tuesday came together claiming to be the alternative and vowed to defeat both Congress and BJP.


Aam Aadmi Party dealing in lies, Kejriwal quit for national ambitions: Congress

Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely accused Arvind Kejriwal of abandoning New Delhi


Chandrasekhar Rao meets Sonia Gandhi, says Congress to remain in touch with him

Rao said that he had met the Congress chief just to thank her for the Telangana decision.


The new vote banks

The haste with which the Congress pushed the creation of Telangana was a classic example of segment marketing, but there are numerous others.


Army apprehends increased infiltration attempts in Kashmir

“We will be very concerned about providing a secure environment” for the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections.


In attendance, Rahul led party in Lok Sabha — from the bottom

Data from PRS Legislative Research shows Rahul had an attendance of just 42 per cent, much below the national average of 76 per cent.


Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson joins AAP

Gandhi, who had contested against Rajiv Gandhi, has expressed his willingness to contest on a party ticket.

Coming up, CPM’s big purge

Age and image key in replacing ‘embarrassments’ in upcoming Bengal list.

‘Any compromise to cling to power is corruption’

His mantra for revival is to provide schemes which are not aimed at the welfare of any particular section.


Regional parties have the edge: SP leader Ram Gopal Yadav

Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav tells Ruhi Tewari and Ravish Tiwari that this election is not a contest between Congress and BJP.