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BJP ropes in 23 MPs to review situation ahead of polls

The party reckons that central leaders are consulting cross-sections within the party, including MPs.

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Not in fray but BSP to support Independents

Eight Independents are in the fray for the lone Lok Sabha seat, Mainpuri.

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Gujarat by-elections to be litmus test for Anandi’s leadership

The Vadodara Lok Sabha seat also fell vacant after Modi decided to retain Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.

Leading questions

By shirking his commitment to Parliament, Rahul Gandhi inspires little faith in the opposition’s will.

In Rajasthan, outrage over poor representation

Political circles were abuzz about Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje lobbying for a several MPs, including son Dushyant Singh, Sonaram Choudhary and Arjun Ram Meghwal.

BJP loses bypoll to partner Apna Dal

The BJP leadership is said to have ignored reports about confusion on the ground.

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Cong-NCP cedes ground in 111 of 144 segments

Congress-NCP leaders say it is unfair to connect the Lok Sabha elections’ segment-wise figures with assembly elections.

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NCP leaders sure of winning all their LS seats, Pawar says ‘like your confidence’

In Maharashtra, the NCP contested 21 out of the total 48 Lok Sabha seats. The remaining 27 were contested by its ally Congress.

Uttarakhand: Three former CMs, a son and the CM’s wife

The presence of Haji Islam has upset the calculation of the Congress with both banking on Dalit-Muslim votes.

There’s an aeroplane on my roof

The rest of the country has moved on but Punjab has become a prisoner of its boisterous old stereotype.

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In battle of state’s majors comes NDA ‘rainbow’ twist

The ruling AIADMK, led by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, is the frontrunner in this race.

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Ambedkar disliked Muslims: BJP’s pitch to lure Dalits in Agra

Sangh’s lessons in Dalit bastis aim to break alignment of Dalits, Muslims.

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‘Lady of TN, better administrator than Modi of Gujarat’

Tuesday is the last day for campaign before the State goes for polling on April 24.

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Post poll, parties do seat maths

Much of the analysis of the possible outcome of the elections is based on the 68 per cent turnout compared to the 2009 polls.

Congress and BJP have both set the 20-plus seat target.

Moderate to brisk polling in Karnataka

In the 2009 polls, BJP had won 19 seats, Congress six and JDS three.

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