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Regional parties collected Rs 91 crore in donations in 2016-17, Shiv Sena tops list: ADR

Amongst the top five parties, Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena saw a decline in donations received in 2015-16. Its receivings declined by 70 per cent in 2016-17 to Rs 25.65 crore from Rs 86.84 crore in 2015-16.

'Centre has failed to strengthen law on registration of political parties'

The submissions were made in a rejoinder affidavit filed by lawyer and BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay, in response to the Centre's affidavit filed on March 21.

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Illegal construction rampant under local gangs backed by political parties: Locals

According to people connected with promoting businesses in the adjoining areas, these gangs charge promoters around Rs 150 per square ft for allowing illegal construction.

EC asks CBDT to look into finances of 255 unlisted parties

In a letter sent to Chairman, CBDT on Wednesday, the poll watchdog has said that it has unlisted 255 registered but unrecognised political parties between February and December 15 this year.

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.

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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.

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.

Age no bar

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

Loophole in monitoring of social media: Delhi EC

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

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Akhilesh presents his Govt.’s last budget

Lucknow, Feb 12 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav presented the last budget of his government on Friday. It is expected that the budget presented will be a deficit of Rs 3.5 lakh crore as the political parties are trying to woo the public for the 2017 UP Assembly elections. The Samajwadi Party leaders said the government had done its best for the public welfare schemes and would grant funds to other projects.

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