Thursday 23 March 2017

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Politics | Lok Sabha '98

BJP fields defectors

Bharatiya Janata Party president L K Advani has been proved wrong by his own party cadres in Goa, in fielding the candidates having credentials in political life. READ

Cong wins, yet loses

The ruling Congress party is in a deep trouble in Goa, with its large chunk of votes going to the Bharatiya Janata Party and Churchill Alemao’s United Goans Democratic Party. READ

BJP upsurge shakes up all parties

All the major political parties in Goa are presently in a shocked state of mind. The reason, however, is not their poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls, but the sudden upsurge of the Bharatiya ... READ

Cong wins both seats, but with slander margin

In a neck and neck fight till last minute of the counting, the locally ruling Congress ultimately won both the seats in Goa, but with a slander margin against the BJP, who unexpectedly swept the ... READ

More people vote, peacefully

Goa has maintained its tradition even this time of showing enthusiasm in exercising their democratic right of voting in a leisurely and peaceful manner, without a single untoward incident being reported in both the constituencies. ... READ

Performance made the prime issue to fight polls

Should the best Parliamentarian be judged based on his performance in the House or actual work in the constituency is the main issue in Goa, around which the Lok Sabha elections are being contested here ... READ

Coalitions necessary for Indian democracy : Gujral

Why the era of coalitions necessary for the Indian democracy today ? It’s because the country has no leaders like Mahatma Gandhi or Jawaharlal Nehru who can keep the nation together. READ

Post : Mumbai, Taluka : Konkan; the victory formula !

Do you want to win elections in Ratnagiri and Rajapur constituencies of the Konkan region of Maharashtra ? Then hold election meetings in Mumbai. Mere contacts in the actual constituency is of no use. READ

"BJP is the real nationalist party"

Dattatray Desai, 58, Taxi driver, Belgaum, Karnataka. I am a retired military soldier, joined as a soldier in 1957 and retired as a subhedar in 1985. I have fought for this country and have participated ... READ

Border dispute irrelevant in LS polls

Belgaum Parliamentary constituency, where polling had to be postponed by one month in ’96 due to record number of 452 independent candidates, has none this time. READ