Tuesday 20 November 2018

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Politics | Lok Sabha '99

Heavy showers + dampened spirit = low turnout

Sudden downpour of heavy showers dampened the spirit of the Goan electorate further, who were not so enthusiastic even otherwise as they had faced the Assembly election just four months ago. READ

Khalap on Slippery Ground

He is quite desperate to go the Lok Sabha once again, after having a sensational tenure as the union minister in 1996. But his action of joining the Congress has pushed him on such a ... READ

Voters' turnout would decide South Goa's winner

It is not a cakewalk for the Congress merely on the basis of statistical calculations nor for the Bharatiya Janata Party just because of unimaginable polarisation taking place in several areas of South Goa in favour ... READ

Goa proves coalition theory wrong

Goa is an exception to the rule once again, this time to prove wrong the theory of coalitions. While regional forces are becoming dominant in almost all the states of the country, not a single ... READ

PM challenges Sonia to prove graft charge

Prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has challenged Congress president Sonia Gandhi to bring any evidence to prove her allegation that the prime minister’s office is involved in corruption. READ

Green concerns are poll issues, but….

Public issues always get hot during elections, with almost all the political parties literally bouncing upon it to win over the en-block vote bank. It is more easy for them if the issue involves villages, ... READ

Khalap leaves MGP in distress

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

Pawar ready to support Cong, sans Sonia

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

NCP may spoil Cong chances

With Goa being one of the few states the Nationalist Congress Party has fielded its candidates, the ruling Congress party here appears to be in little trouble as it fears that the traditional minority Christian ... READ

I have taken new root : Khalap

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