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Delhi court’s advice to political parties: ‘In moment of crisis, forget vendetta, unite’

The police had initially registered cases against 18 people for allegedly damaging public property while staging protests in October 2003 at Madipur area.


Delhi Assembly Polls: Political parties slug it out on social media

Social media has become the new battleground for political parties to unleash their election propaganda.


Ahead of Lok Sabha polls, 94 FIRs registered against political parties

Most of the FIRs are registered for defacement of public and private properties, an election officer said.

Age no bar

A new study supports the idea that youth and innovation are less interlinked than we believe.


Our poorly written Lokpal

The 2013 bill passed by Parliament is sloppy, complex and unreadable.

AAP forms two-man subcommittee to prepare for LS polls

Aam Aadmi Party said it would welcome members from other political parties and social organisations for the Lok Sabha elections.


Congress 0,AAP 2,BJP 5 in Lok Sabha from Delhi

That’s the tally if Assembly results are projected; Sibal,Maken set to lose.

No Defence personnel photo in poll ads: EC advisory

The advisory came on December 4 when the last of the recent Assembly polls in five states was being held in Delhi.

BCA battle hots up as Amin,Gaekwad pull out all stops to lure voters

Members of the Chirayu Amin group are promising voting members of the BCA their interest in bringing back the glorious days of Baroda cricket.

Loophole in monitoring of social media: Delhi EC

It is difficult to handle social mediaadmits,Chief Electoral Officer Vijay Dev.


Hyderabad may not get UT status,GoM mulls 3 options

Telangana Bill will be tabled during the winter session of parliament (December 5-20).

GoM on Telangana to meet on Nov 27 to finalise report

challenges arising out of creation of Telangana were also discussed during the police chiefs’ conference.

In MP affidavits,crime books more space than ever

Of the 686 candidates of major political parties,206,or 30 per cent,have declared criminal cases in their affidavits.


For 2014 polls,parties net techies as ‘backroom boys’

Firms crunch data to study voting patterns,make campaigns more effective.


Telangana bill to be tabled in winter session: Sushilkumar Shinde

Winter session of Parliament will commence on December 5 and will continue till December 20.