Chhattisgarh

Cong 40
BJP 28
JCC 4
OTH 0

Telangana

TRS-AIMIM 83
TDP-Cong 23
BJP 5
OTH 5

Madhya Pradesh

Cong 71
BJP 60
BSP 5
OTH 2

Mizoram

MNF 14
Cong 6
BJP 1
OTH 1

Rajasthan

Cong 86
BJP 69
RLM 0
OTH 13
*Total Tally Reflects Leads + Wins

Ravish Tiwari

Articles By Ravish Tiwari

A law for Ram temple would go against norms stated by apex court

While the legislature is well within its right to enact a law that can alter the foundation of any judgment, it is also now well-settled that this cannot be resorted to in a case between two parties.

After record wheat procurement in UP, Yogi says drew inspiration from Chhattisgarh

He said UP procured about 53 lakh tonnes of wheat early this year, which means it surpassed the previous highest wheat procurement of 50.63 lakh tonnes, achieved in 2012-13.

Shivraj Chouhan’s ‘mai ka lal’ remarks on quota, govt stand on SC/ST Act anger upper castes

“The SC/ST Act will weigh him (Chouhan) down,” said Ravindra Singh Tomar, an upper caste Thakur in his 50s from Bhojakhedi, in Pandhana Assembly segment of Khandwa Lok Sabha constituency.

Milestone in politics: How working women & technology scripted & will script change

Akbar’s resignation stands out because it is one of its kind: for the first time, a Minister has had to quit because of his alleged insensitivity and violation of a group of women over years.

In tribal Madhya Pradesh, BJP grapples with anger over Aadhaar glitches, delay in welfare schemes

While tribals are unevenly distributed across Madhya Pradesh, one-fifth of the Assembly constituencies in the state (47 out of 230) are reserved for them. The BJP had won 31 of those seats in the 2013 elections.

In rural MP, Shivraj Singh Chouhan battles calls for change with schemes for poor

While “change” is in the air after 15 years among a section of the rural strata, it doesn’t appear to have been supplemented by a coherent Congress narrative among voters lower down the economic ladder who want to vote out the Chouhan government.

In Madhya Pradesh’s theatre of farm rage, BJP puts its money on crop insurance

Apart from the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY), the BJP is also counting on the Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana (BBY), to neutralise rural anger ahead of the elections.

Aadhaar verdict: Ecosystem hit, govt thumbs up but fingers crossed in tech space

Beyond the declared purpose for targeted welfare/subsidy delivery, Aadhaar has grown as a digital infrastructure created by the government that served as a platform for creating a host of authentication-based services for the private sector.

Mohan Bhagwat’s silence on Golwalkar telling: Edits anti-Muslim remark

Mohan Bhagwat had to make one reference on the last day, Wednesday, when he was responding to a question on Golwalkar’s ‘Bunch of Thoughts where Muslims are called the shatru (enemy).

Amit Shah: Narendra Modi charisma to return party to power

BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday asked senior party cadres from across the country to highlight the BJP government’s achievements of the last four years to counter Opposition parties for the 2019 elections.

Section 377 | From explicit No to a qualified Yes: How political class stalled, blinked

Section 377 verdict: Five years later, much water may have flown down the bridge but political parties are still reluctant to come out and applaud the Constitution Bench ruling today

Key challenge is to win people’s confidence: new J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik

The veteran politician, who has been associated with former Prime Ministers Charan Singh and V P Singh, also suggested that the appointment of a political person as Governor was a signal that the Centre was underlining the primacy of people’s concerns.

Via Vajpayee: Tracking BJP through the journey of Atal Bihari Vajpayee

From an ideology with no space in the political arena, the BJP is now the dominant pole in India’s largely bipolar polity. The journey of that party can be told through the journey of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. RAVISH TIWARI & LIZ MATHEW trace both

Atal Bihari Vajpayee gave BJP its first light — and then faded into the shadows

Atal Bihari Vajpayee dead: Vajpayee, in fact, did secure for BJP, its highest ever electoral support in the 1998 elections — 9.43 crore votes, a jump of almost 40 per cent from its 6.79 crore votes polled in 1996.

Independence Day 2018: PM Modi’s speech underlines he’s acted with pace and purpose, impatient to do more

In his characteristic style, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s last speech from Red Fort before seeking a fresh mandate in 2019 sought to project that he has provided an assured stewardship of the leap of faith taken by the electorate in him in 2014.

From promises to work, PM Narendra Modi’s four Independence Day speeches to 125 crore Indians

Through his repeated invocations to Mother India (2014), Team India (2015) and New India (2017), Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s referred to his fellow “125 crore” Indians 31 times during his previous four speeches from the Red Fort.

Karunanidhi: Champion of social justice who left his mark in Delhi

Be it Lalu, Mulayam or Ram Vilas Paswan, the leaders of the Hindi heartland who championed the cause of social justice always viewed Karunanidhi as an icon and guardian. Paswan said the DMK patriarch had a major role in implementing the Mandal Commission report. 

Justice KM Joseph’s downgrade: AG Venugopal met CJI Dipak Misra, Govt claims it followed all-India seniority

Justice Joseph is also the longest-serving Chief Justice of any high court in India and will have a tenure until June 16, 2023.

Deadlock to end, Govt clears Supreme Court Collegium’s move to elevate Justice KM Joseph

This move assumes significance in the wake of the public standoff between the Government and judiciary over the issue of appointments in the higher judiciary.

40 lakh not in register cannot be called illegal, says Assam official behind NRC

Assam NRC: The man at the centre of the NRC exercise said that only a “judicial scrutiny” can establish whether a person can be called an illegal migrant or not.

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