Apart from Mr Jagdambika Pal, who resigned from the Lok Sabha and from the Congress party on Friday, the other names doing the rounds as possible deserters on the eve of elections include Unnao MP Ann
Many Congress sitting MPs in UP are indicating that they are leaving the party for greener pastures.
Indicating the possible plight of the party leaders, including former ministers, continue to desert the Congress ship. Former Congress Union minister, D.
After Bihar, the BJP may go in for a big kill in Haryana, with almost the entire non-Jat Congress leadership in the state, including Venod Sharma, who quit the Congress on Wednesday, likely to join th
The Congress may be banking heavily on the Food Security Act to help it garner votes in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, but the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) under the Planning Commission has
With the Food Security Act being touted as game changer ahead of this year’s Lok Sabha election for Congress, the Centre is considering upwardly revising the incentives given to PDS shop owners.
The beginning of the 1990s could well be taken as the turning point of Indian politics. The duration was well marked by three phenomena, each with loud and long-lasting ramifications in shaping and evolving Indian polity and politics — Mandalisation (caste), Kamandalisation (Hindu phenomenon) and economic liberalisation spearheaded by the duo of then Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao and then finance minister Manmohan Singh, now Prime Minister of India.
With the clear purpose of wooing the minority (Muslim) communities’ votes ahead of the crucial Lok Sabha elections scheduled for April-May this year, the government is likely to bring in modifications
In almost a re-run of the “farm loan waiver” he offered in the 2008-09 Budget ahead of the 2009 elections, finance minister P.
In what it could be seen as a re-run of “farm loan waiver” announced in 2008-09 budget ahead of 2009 elections, finance minister P.