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Politics | Lok Sabha '99

Church prefers BJP's Angle than Alemao

No one likes to admit it openly, but a strange thing has happened in Goa this time. For the Lok Sabha polls, the all-powerful Church has given a go for the Bharatiya Janata Party to ... READ

Did Congress help BJP to win ?

The clean sweep by the Bharatiya Janata Party in Goa, winning both the seats, is a real blow to the Congress, the national party having supremacy over the tourist state for the last two decades. READ

EVMs and Comptuers played wonder, only in Goa

October 6… 8.12 am…the first news flash hit Nirvachan Bhavan in Delhi, taking everyone there by surprise ! READ

BJP humiliates ruling Cong, wins both seats

After beginning with mere two per cent in 1984 in the Lok Sabha polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party has finally made it, polling over 51 per cent votes. READ

Pawar confident of ruling Maharashtra, Delhi not ruled out

The Nationalist Congress Party appears confident about coming to power in Maharashtra while also not ruling out the possibility of becoming part of the central government, minus the Bharatiya Janata Party as well as Sonia ... READ

Suresh Prabhu on a sticky wicket against Dandvate

Nobody talks about making Atal Bihari Vajpayee the prime minister of India.They do not even bother to link the Kargil victory to the elections. TheBharatiya Janata Party does not even exist, for all practical purposes. ... READ

Not an easy game for Mahrashtra CM in Malwan

"I have always been fighting Narayan Rane and his Shiv Sena", says SandeshParkar, the young graduated grocer. Despite being just a sarpanch ofKankavli village panchayat, he has been now fighting the chief minister ofMaharashtra, one ... READ

Salcete-Mormugao may shatter Alemao's dream

Should it be considered a clear indication of downfall of the rulingCongress party since the decisive factors, Salcete and Mormugao talukas,have recorded the lowest ever polling turnout in the political history ofSouth Goa ? READ

Six priests beaten up, Opp suspects Cong hand

A shocking incident of mercilessly beating up six priests and a sacristanin the village belonging to chief minister Luizinho Faleiro in Goa, by aChristian youth, has suddenly taken a political overtone with theopposition parties alleging ... READ

Poor turnout in Bardez & Tiswdi may affect Khalap

Having joined the Congress to contest Lok Sabha elections, Ramakant Khalap, former union minister, has left his Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party in total distress. After suddenly withdrawing both its candidates from the fray, the party leaders ... READ