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Why India needs a stable government?
For months now, Indian politicians have been chasing voter blocs — the youth vote, the women’s vote, the secular vote and the Hindu vote.As elections kicked off, the Bharatiya Janata Party stepped up its push for a new one — the stability vote. more »
BJP leader and the party's candidate from Nawada in Bihar Giriraj Singh while addressing an election rally in Godda in Jharkhand on Saturday made statements suggesting there will be no place in India for Narendra Modi's critics, and that they will more »
here are certain factors that could see him win the 2014 general elections. Factors that could be his doing or something called providence that might come in to play because of the incompetency of his competitors. Here's my list of reasons that Modi stands a scary chance of becoming the Prime Minister of India. 1. Rahul Gandhi by his very existence could make people vote for Modi. This Congress scion by now has established himself as all talk and no action much like his party members. more »
Mirwaiz blasts Geelani, says 'I don't support Narendra Modi or BJP'
Srinagar: Blasting Kashmir separatist leader Syed Ai Sah Geelani over his claims, Hurriyat Conference (M) leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq clarified that his earlier statements in support of the NDA government over Kashmir did not mean that he was more »
BJP disapproves of Giriraj Singh's statement: Sushil Modi
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader of Bihar Sushil Modi on Sunday said the BJP did not approve of Giriraj Singh's statement that people opposing Narendra Modi would have to go to Pakistan after the Lok Sabha elections. Singh, a leader of more »
As per the latest opinion poll conducted by NDTV, NDA is set to have 275 seats in these elections. Which might as well be the first time for them to get such a clear majority. While it 272 is said to be the magical number of seats required to form more »