Tuesday 28 March 2017

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Politics | Assembly '07

72% vote, turnout highest

An estimated 72 percent of 10.10 lakh voters on Saturday excercised their franchise for elections to the 40-member Goa Assembly, which passed off peacefully. READ

Goa had 20 CMs in 44 years

Since 1963, when elections were first held in Goa after its liberation from the Portuguese, this tourist paradise has seen 20 chief ministers with current incumbent Pratapsingh Rane having served seven times in the post. READ

Too many CMs fighting poll

The 40-member Goa Assembly polls, scheduled on June 2, will decide the fate of six former chief ministers and the current chief minister in the state. READ

It's a choice between Saturn & Narakasur: Remo

Noted singer Remo Fernandes called on Tuesday for 'boycotting' of the June 2 State Assembly polls, as the electorate have to choose between 'Saturn and Narakasur'. READ

MGP hopes for a comeback

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, Goa's oldest regional party, is hoping to reclaim its voter base in the June 2 Assembly polls and emerge as a key player in event of a fractured mandate. READ

Jr Rane to support Cong if elected

Goa Chief Minister Pratap Singh Rane's son Vishwajeet, who had rebelled against his father, has said that he will support the Congress in the coming Assembly polls. READ

Poll campaign goes hi-tech

Technology virtually seems to have replaced the rustic electioneering methods, with internet and SMSes coming handy for political parties campaigning for the Goa Assembly polls scheduled on June 2. READ

Advani to launch BJP campaign

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Lal Kishenchand Advani will formally launch the party's campaign for June 2 Assembly elections in Goa. READ

Cong may face Churchill revolt

Ahead of the assembly polls in Goa in June, the ruling Congress faces several ticklish issues, including a revolt by controversial parliamentarian Churchill Alemao. READ

Cong may face Churchill revolt

Ahead of the assembly polls in Goa in June, the ruling Congress faces several ticklish issues, including a revolt by controversial parliamentarian Churchill Alemao. READ