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Punjab Congress to approach EC against Centre's mega 'Cash for votes' scam : Jakhar

Punjab Congress president Sunil Jakhar on Tuesday said the party would approach the Election Commission (EC) over the central government’s ‘cash for votes’ mega scam involving misuse of public money to influence the nearly 15 lakh people working at the 18000-odd petrol pumps around the country.

JD-U blames fuel price hike for Bihar bypoll defeat

After the Rashtriya Janata Dal wrested the Jokihat Assembly seat from the ruling JD-U in Bihar, a senior Janata Dal-United leader blamed rising prices of petrol and diesel for the drubbing.

Sukhbir Badal thanks party rank and file for tireless work in Shahkot by-poll

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today thanked the party rank and file for working tirelessly to retain the party vote share in the Shahkot by-election to emerge as the principal opposition party.

RJD wins Bihar's Jokihat Assembly seat by over 41,000

The opposition RJD has wrested the Jokihat Assembly seat from the ruling JD-U in Bihar. RJD candidate Shahnawaz Alam won the seat by over 41,000 votes, officials said on Thursday.

Counting underway for Punjab Assembly seat, Congress leads

Counting was underway for Punjab's Shahkot Assembly seat byelection on Thursday with the ruling Congress candidate leading by over 2,000 votes.

Voting begins for assembly seat bypoll in Punjab

 Voting began for the Shahkot assembly seat by-election in Punjab on Monday.

Modi's burden has become heavier after Karnataka setback

The hopes of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) adding Karnataka to the list of 19 states where it is in power has been dashed although it came close to fulfilling it. However, the eight seats which the BJP needed to cross the finishing line in the legislature eluded the party.

Modi's burden has become heavier after Karnataka setback

The hopes of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) adding Karnataka to the list of 19 states where it is in power has been dashed although it came close to fulfilling it. However, the eight seats which the BJP needed to cross the finishing line in the legislature eluded the party.

Siddaramaiah trailing in both seats

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was on Tuesday trailing in both the constituencies where he contested, officials said.

Brisk voting underway in Karnataka Assembly polls

BENGALURU:Voting began on Saturday on a brisk note across Karnataka to elect its 15th Legislative Assembly for a five-year term.

Congress, BJP lock horns in Karnataka's triangular poll contest

BENGALURU: The ruling Congress and the opposition BJP have locked horns to outsmart each other in the Karnataka assembly election on Saturday, with the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) making the contest triangular.

Congress, BJP lock horns in Karnataka's triangular poll contest (Curtain Raiser)

The ruling Congress and the opposition BJP have locked horns to outsmart each other in the Karnataka assembly election on Saturday, with the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) making the contest triangular.

Capt Amarinder Singh assures full security during Kathua rape case trial in Pathankot

CHANDIGARH: Refering to transfer of Kathua rape-murder case to Pathankot, on the directive of the Supreme Court, Punjab Chief Ministere Captain Amarinder Singh tiday said his government would ensure full security for the victim’s family, lawyer and others during the trial proceedings. His government, said the Chief Minister, was committed to upholding the judicial process as per the apex court’s directives.

Capt Amarinder flays Khattar over Namaz remark

Taking strong exception to his Haryana counterpart ML Khattar’s reported statement about Namaz being offered only in mosques, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seemed to be trying to communalise the atmosphere in the country.

76% citizens want death penalty for rapists: Survey

A day after President Ram Nath Kovind gave his nod to an ordinance on death penalty for rapists who attack children, a citizen survey shows that 76 per cent of the people agree with it.

UP Minister calls BJP arrogant, power drunk

Coalition blues hit the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh on Monday as senior cabinet minister and Suhaildev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) President Om Prakash Rajbhar accused the BJP of "not respecting its alliance partners".

Bihar bypolls: NDA leads in Araria, Bhabua, Grand Alliance in Jahanabad

The ruling BJP-led NDA was leading in the Araria Lok Sabha and Bhabua assembly by-elections while the opposition RJD was ahead in the Jahanabad assembly bypoll on Wednesday.

Congress govt on way to withdrawing free power facility to farmers – SAD

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today said the Congress government had today proven that it was on way to imposing power bills on all agricultural tubewells and taking back the facility extended to farmers by S Parkash Singh Badal by giving the go ahead for installation of electricity meters on tubewells at various places.

Should BJP worry about growing Dalit alienation?

For the third time since the Narendra Modi government's assumption of office, the Dalits have come into conflict with the Hindutva brigade. The first time was in Una in Gujarat, where a group of Dalits were thrashed by saffron activists for skinning a cow, a traditional occupation of the "untouchables".

Bengal by-poll: Trinamool leading by over 15,000 votes

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KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress candidate Gita Rani Bhunia was leading by over 15,000 votes over the Left Front nominated CPI-M aspirant Rita Mondal on Sunday in the initial counting of the by-poll to the Sabang Assembly constituency in West Bengal.

 
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