Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat

Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat News

Chandigarh celebrates democracy with turnout of 70 per cent

Even though the results will be declared on May 23, at Dadumajra, half an hour after polling ended, BJP workers were seen celebrating with slogans such as “23 May Congress gayi” and “Abki bar 300 paar.”

On top of Chandigarh candidates’ mind: Jobs, drugs, women security

Sunaina, who is also contesting the elections as an Independent candidate, belongs to Parch village in Mohali district. This area remained neglected till New Chandigarh was developed.

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Kirron Kher: My husband couldn’t get a film role for our son, how could he get me the BJP ticket

In an interview with the Indian Express, BJP candidate and MP Kirron Kher talks about what she plans to do for Chandigarh if she wins, her husband Anupam Kher, her chances of winning, and of course, her primary opponent, Congress’ Pawan Bansal.

MP Kirron Kher’s gold jewellery up by 4 kg, movable assets by Rs 9.28 crore

Kirron’s asset size is more than that of her husband Anupam Kher’s. Kirron, an MA in English literature from Panjab University in 1973, declared her total asset size to the tune of Rs 30.88 crore as against Anupam’s assets of Rs 16.61 crore.

Kirron Kher files nomination from Chandigarh amid a show of strength

The day began with the BJP councillors and workers gathering at party office Kamlam around 10 pm. Kher, who usually wears salwar-kameez or pant suit, chose to drape a saree for this occasion.

Congress screening panel okays Bansal’s name for Lok Sabha ticket

Bansal has won the last three elections of the Lok Sabha and has the distinction of being the only MP to have been representing the city for the past 15 years.

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Unwell, Tewari unlikely to contest

Manish was admitted to a hospital in Delhi on Saturday, complained of breathlessness, palpitation and anxiety.

Not made for politics, felt suffocated, so won’t contest, says Savita Bhatti

With the elections barely a month away, there is not enough time to prepare so I decided not to contest, said Bhatti.

Lt Gen Panag joins AAP, says it’s ‘the best for me’

Panag finds the members of the AAP to be 'nice, polite and humble'.

Aide turns against him, Bansal faces tough test

Railway Minister in the wake of an alleged scam involving his aides and a relative.

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