Political News & Insights

  • Plan B(engal): BJP, RSS Leaders Meet in Delhi A group of top leaders of the BJP (Bharatiya Janat Party) from West Bengal and selected RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) functionaries met in the Delhi on Tuesday to chalk out a roadmap for strengthening the party for the upcoming Lok Sabha and assembly elections in the TMC (Trinamool Congress) ruled state. The meeting though termed routine ...
  • Presidential Poll: Mamata Banerjee mentions Farooq Abdullah, Gopalkrishna Gandhi Presidential Poll: After attending the meeting held by TMC (Trinamool Congress)leader and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, Jharkhand Lok Sabha MP Vijay Hansdak on Wednesday confirmed that Mamata mentioned two more names besides Sharad Pawar, which include the names of Farooq Abdullah and Gopalkrishna Gandhi. for the Presidential election. He highlighted that NCP supremo Sharad Pawar would ...
  • Presidential Election: TRS to stay off Mamata meet The TRS party on Tuesday decided to skip the meeting of non-BJP parties held by TMC (Trinamool Congress) president and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee in the National capital on Wednesday to discuss fielding a joint Opposition candidate for the Presidential election. TRS president and CM K. Chandrashekar Rao took the decision after a five-hour-long meeting ...
  • Oppn parties propose Sharad Pawar as joint candidate in Prez polls As the presidential poll date gets near, the Opposition camp is gearing up to put up a strong joint candidate. Congress party president Sonia Gandhi has assigned the task of finding a common candidate for the presidential election to senior party leader Mallikarjun Kharge. Congress has reportedly conveyed its support for Sharad Pawar as a Presidential ...
  • Presidential Poll: Nadda, Rajnath to hold talks with NDA & Opposition parties For the upcoming presidential elections, the BJP (Bharatiya Janta Party) authorized its president JP Nadda, and Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to hold talks with various political parties, including the opposition parties. Neither the BJP-led NDA nor the opposition parties have announced their candidate for the presidential elections so far. The election for the next president ...
  • BJP, Congress win 3 Rajya Sabha seats each in Karnataka, Rajasthan The Congress won three Rajya Sabha seats and the BJP one in Rajasthan and the situation was reversed in Karnataka with the BJP winning three seats and Congress one. Congress party candidates Mukul Wasnik, Randeep Surjewala, and Pramod Tiwari were elected to the Rajya Sabha. In Karnataka, the ruling BJP party has won all three Rajya Sabha ...
  • Presidential Election 2022: Dos and Don’ts for MPs and MLAs While Electing India’s Next President Presidential Election 2022: Who will succeed Ram Nath Kovind as the next President of India? The answer to this question will be decided on July 18 elected MLAs and MPs across India vote in the Presidential elections 2022 will be known to the country after the votes counting on July 21. The tenure of Ram Nath ...
  • Ahead of polls, Congress plans 6-month yatra The Telangana Congress is likely to launch a six-month-long marathon Padayatra between August month-end and early September in the run-up to the assembly election in the state next year. It will begin after the party’s organizational elections at DCC, TPCC, and Mandal levels are conducted between June 10 and August 7. TPCC chief Revanth Reddy is working ...
  • Nadda calls upon people to drive YSR Congress out of power in AP BJP national president JP Nadda has called upon the people of Andhra Pradesh to drive out the ruling YSRCP government by voting and electing BJP to power in the state in the next assembly elections. While addressing a large gathering at ‘Godavari Garjana’ in Rajamahendravaram on Tuesday, the BJP chief slammed the ruling Jaganmohan Reddy government ...
  • Like Congress, BJP shifts Rajasthan MLAs to a resort before RS polls The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) on Monday was shifting its MLAs to a resort here for a training camp ahead of the Rajya Sabha elections on June 10, days after a similar move by Rajasthan state’s ruling Congress party. By the afternoon, the opposition party MLAs had reached the party office from where they were to ...