The Key Questions 2014

The Key Questions 2014 News

In tribal belt, Congress stares at losses while BJP hopes to gain

The Congress is strong only in parts of its erstwhile bastion, particularly Chandrapur where it has three seats, but has been slowly yielding space to the BJP.

Congress left with an MLA lost, a strongman losing grip

The rise of the Sena in Mumbai four decades ago paved the way for the party’s dominance in Konkan which was once the mainstay of socialist parties.

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Unfulfilled promises may hurt more than Modi

“Fifteen years of continuous rule leads to enormous anti-incumbency,” said Pol.

Conflicted Jat community holds key

The community holds the key to success in more than 40 Assembly segments in the 90-member Assembly.

After BJP’s LS surge, northern field wide open

Six months on, what looked like a BJP wave seems to have ebbed, throwing the field wide open.

Once ‘No. 1’, Hooda can’t take that for granted

Too many leaders have left the Congress for its comfort, mostly because of differences with Hooda.

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In common regional tongue, a common possible objective

Maharashtra elections, Maharashtra polls, Maharashtra assembly polls, United in attack on Modi, NCP, Sena, MNS keep open a post-poll possibility

Narendra Modi still an icon, but voter has a lot else on mind

It might not prove as easy as the BJP hopes as it looks at a massive leap from four seats to an absolute majority.

In face of Modi, the big gun, Sena cousins declare ceasefire

The BJP’s decision to go it alone in the state has forced Uddhav and Raj to redraw their poll plans.

Between Didi and dream, upbeat BJP, upset Muslims

The target of 30 out of 42 seats that seemed a possibility even a month ago looks a hard task for the TMC.

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