The JD(U)-RLD alliance in Uttar Pradesh is set to become a test case for Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar to forge a larger alliance at the national level for the 2019 polls.
A section of BJP functionaries pointed out that there was ‘absolutely no need to dirty its hands in Uttarakhand.’
Stepping out of her tried and tested dalit-MBC-Muslim-Brahmin combination, BSP supremo Mayawati lent support to the Jat quota.
Approximate vote share of both TMC and Left-Congress head to head at 40%
TMC feels the more BJP campaigns, the greater will Muslim votes be polarised in its favour.
The crack in Opp. unity could help the govt move forward on the GST Bill
With 48 hours to go for the first phase of elections in West Bengal, Trinamul Congress supremo and chief minister Mamata Banerjee could find the going tricky in Jangalmahal, which goes to the polls on
There are few takers for the BJP’s much-hyped plank of “nationalism” in West Bengal, and Left unity there has taken a hit after the CPI(M) decided to join forces with the Congress.
Struggling to stay in the race, the BJP in West Bengal is all set to make nationalism its main poll plank and subtly play the religion card by raising the Durga controversy in the coming Assembly elec
Union human resources development minister Smriti Irani’s chest-thumping, high-pitched histrionics, rolling of her eyes and pointing of fingers at members during her dramatic speech in the Lok Sabha o