Sunday 24 March 2019

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BJP stakes claim with 8 non-Cong, Parrikar to resign to become CM

In spite of a major debacle in Goa, the Bharatiya Janata Party and Manohar Parrikar had a last laugh. He has staked claim to form the government, with the support of eight non-Congress elected legislators. ... READ

You may Make Your Own Govt

Till the political parties finalise the government that would rule Goa, you can ‘Make Your Own Govt’ by working out your own permutations and combinations. READ

Will it be Parrikar-led BJP Govt or Cong-led (by whom)?

In spite of getting less number of seats, the Bharatiya Janata Party is desperately trying to form the government with defence minister Manohar Parrikar throwing his hat in the ring. READ

Goans give ‘power’ to 10 MLAs to form Cong or BJP Govt

Turning the tables upside down, the Congress once again emerged as the single largest party in a historic Goa Assembly election with 17 seats, pushing down the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party back to second position, ... READ

‘Make Your Own Govt’ on

Goa’s new Assembly to be declared on 11 March is expected to be Hung. In view of this, is providing an opportunity to the people to “Make Your Own Govt”. READ

Goa parties suggest machine and manual counting ‘on 11 March

Goa, the first in many experiments of Election Commission of India, may have one more experiment of having cross-check double counting, if it accepts a suggestion made by Goa’s political parties. READ

Will AAP-type factors hamper the Congress, or the BJP?

Perhaps this is the first time in the history of Goa’s politics, after the Opinion Poll of 1967, each and every party is completely confused and even nervous of what the result of 2017 Assembly ... READ

Guv convenes ‘technical’ Assembly session on 28 Feb, Cong demands dissolution

Governor Mridula Singh has finally convened a ‘technical’ Assembly session on 28th February while new Assembly is being voted for and its result would be declared on 11th March. READ

Is 35-day long postal ballot secured?

This is the first time Goa is experiencing a gap of 35 days between the polling day (4th February) and counting day (11th March). And thus the postal ballot is in the news. READ

Will the silent voter decide the fate of candidates?

Fingers crossed; that’s the mental condition of most of the candidates in the recently held Assembly election. Simply because the voter had gone silent! READ