2019 general elections: Modi in Theni, promises to create new India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a broadside against the Opposition today, saying the DMK, Congress and their “mahamilavati” friends cannot accept strides India has made and, therefore, were “unhappy” with him. Continue Reading

4 women arrested for putting up posters in public

Four women have been arrested in Uttar Pradesh’s Miranpur town for putting up pamphlets and posters on public buildings in support of Congress’s Bijnor candidate Nasimuddin Siddiqui, officials said Sunday. Continue Reading

2019 elections: Who will get the women’s votes in Tamilnadu?

With just 12 days left for the elections, time is running out for the serious political parties to come up with a strategy to garner the votes of the women of the State. For that is a vote that will count the most in the final reckoning. Continue Reading

BJP leads election spend on Google; expenditure touches Rs 1.21 cr

Political parties have spent more than Rs 37 crore on 831 election advertisements since 19 February on Google platforms, according to the search engine giant’s Indian Transparency Report released today. Continue Reading

VVPAT slips: SC grants one week to Opposition for filing reply

The Supreme Court today asked 21 Opposition leaders to file within a week their reply on the Election Commission’s affidavit on their plea regarding voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) slips in Lok Sabha polls. Continue Reading

Know your constituency: Krishnagiri in TN promises tough fight

AIADMK’s K Ashok Kumar is the incumbent MP of the constituency. This time, AIADMK heavyweight K P Munusamy has been fielded in the constituency against Congress’ A Chellakumar, who came second in the last election. Continue Reading

2019 polls: Disgruntled Sudarsana Nachiappan patches up with Karti

Nachiappan called on Karti at the Karaikudi party office and shoot hands with him. Speaking to reporters after that he said the patch-up happened because the Congress wants a change of government at the Centre. Continue Reading

Cong files plea with Speaker on rebel MLA’s resignation from Assembly

The Congress’ Karnataka unit Wednesday filed an objection with the Assembly Speaker against the resignation of rebel party MLA Umesh Jadhav and requested him to defer his decision on it until the disqualification petition against him is decided. Continue Reading