Power equations in the Congress could change if the exit poll predictions in the five state Assemblies prove right.
Will the women’s reservation bill be a game-changer for the Congress-led front in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections like the food security law?
The Janata Dal(U) president, Mr Sharad Yadav, has predicted a a neck-and-neck battle in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh and a hung verdict in Delhi Assembly.
A race for the Chhattisgarh chief ministership has begun in the Congress a week ahead of the election results, with senior leader Ajit Jogi emerging as a strong claimant for the post.
Most of the ministers in the Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s BJP government, including the home minister, will be defeated in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections, according to an assessment by the Congress.
The Congress may ally with anti-BJP parties in about half-a-dozen states in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections that include Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir.
Assembly elections in the key four states — Bihar, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh — will compel regional players and arch rivals, like the Janata Dal (U), RJD, LJP, Trinamul Congress, Dravi
Rajasthan Congress leaders are not interested in holding big election rallies after realising that local issues and local leaders would influence voters.
Narendra Modi will “unite” anti-BJP parties before the next Lok Sabha elections and the process could begin either next month or early next year, irrespective of the outcome of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh,
Narendra Modi’s “polarising strategy” appears to be working well outside the BJP-ruled states as the provincial leaders in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra have yet to succeed in keeping