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2019 opinion poll : Which party you will vote in 2019 Elections?
Lok Sabha, Polls

2019 opinion poll : Which party you will vote in 2019 Elections?

Do you think BJP deserves another term or some other party should be given a chance? Will Congress be able to make a comeback? Participate in 2019 opinion poll and let us know which party you will vote in upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. (function(d, s, id){ var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], r = Math.floor(new Date().getTime() / 1000000); if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;} js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.async=1; js.src = "https://www.opinionstage.com/assets/loader.js?" + r; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'os-widget-jssdk')); Read more: Can BJP Win The General Elections 2019? Every party and their leaders have started gearing up for 2019 elections. On the one side, Congress has realised they can wi
Will Quota Politics Win Modi the Lok Sabha Elections of 2019?
Analysis

Will Quota Politics Win Modi the Lok Sabha Elections of 2019?

What does the 124th Constitution Amendment Bill introduce? The 124th Constitution Amendment Bill, passed on the 9th of January, allows a 10% reservation in educational institutions and jobs to the economically backward class of the country. This quota is applicable to the general category and is not affiliated with the social background or caste of a candidate. However, the burning issue currently is not whether or not the quota is beneficiary in nature, but that this action has been undertaken by BJP as an attempt to form a vote bank among the general category. Several questions have been posed in the media raising doubts about whether this strategy of appealing to the general category a few months before the General Elections of 2019 will actually serve BJP their purpose or not. Va
10% Quota for Economically weak – A path breaking step
India

10% Quota for Economically weak – A path breaking step

Today, 10% quota for Economically weak in General category has been passed in LokSabha. Yesterday when. The famous Reservation system of our country now includes a new point for debate. The Cabinet yesterday approved a 10% quota in government jobs and higher educational institutions for Economically Weaker Sections among the general category. A constitutional amendment bill will be tabled in the parliament to bring this decision into effect. If the bill gets passed in Rajya Sabha also, the total reservation in the country would be 60%, exceeding the limit of 50% set by SC in the ‘Indra Sawhney & Others Vs. Union of India’ case. The Apex court upheld Mandal Commission’s 27% quota for backward classes in the Indra Sawhney Case, as well as the principle that the combined scheduled-
Is BJPs strategy in Madhya Pradesh Election going to yield positive results?
Madhya Pradesh

Is BJPs strategy in Madhya Pradesh Election going to yield positive results?

The country is in the midst of a tough electoral battle. A key battle was fought in the Centre of the country in November when the elections for the state of Madhya Pradesh were held. The voter turnout for this closely fought election was a whooping 74.61 %, more than 2percentage points higher than the 72.13% voting recorded in 2013. Everyone interested in the country’s political scenario has their eyes and ears attuned to Madhya Pradesh election news at the moment. On the 7th December, exit poll results are also coming out. A key question on everyone’s lips have been, ‘Who will be the next CM?’. Peopleare awaiting the verdict and watching Madhya Pradesh election news tosee if Congress finally be able to trump BJP or will BJP retain power for 4th consecutive term. The results of the st
Is Rahul Gandhi addicted to cocaine as claimed by Dr. Subramanian Swamy?
India

Is Rahul Gandhi addicted to cocaine as claimed by Dr. Subramanian Swamy?

Congress party president Rahul Gandhi had faced a lot of controversies every now and then by the opposition party leaders. The most prominent party of making such accusations against Rahul Gandhi is BJP. It can be easily seen that BJP and Congress are two major political parties in India and the majority of seats in state and central is held by any one of these parties.  As a result of this, there is a consistent tension between the members of both parties which result in charging false allegations against each other every now and then. As Rahul Gandhi is gaining the attention of Indian citizens, he becomes the threat to the credibility of BJP. The young politician Rahul has pointed out mistakes of BJP art several instances which becomes the cause of increasing anger toward him by BJP o
Madhya Pradesh Opinion Poll 2018: Who Will Win 2018 MP Elections?
Madhya Pradesh, Polls

Madhya Pradesh Opinion Poll 2018: Who Will Win 2018 MP Elections?

2018 assembly elections could be called as the semi-final of 2019 elections. After the Karnataka election in which BJP could not form the government despite getting the maximum number of seats, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh elections are very crucial for BJP. As per Latest ABP-CVoter Survey, BJP to lose elections in Rajasthan, MP & Chhattisgarh. If Congress makes a comeback in Madhya Pradesh, it might add some numbers for Congress in the upcoming 2019 elections. Participate in our Madhya Pradesh Opinion poll 2018 and let us know which party do you think will win MP Assembly election 2018. (function(d, s, id){ var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], r = Math.floor(new Date().getTime() / 1000000); if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;} js = d.cr...
What were the challenges behind the first general election of India?
Election History, Featured

What were the challenges behind the first general election of India?

According to our country’s preamble to the Constitution, India is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic. In order to become a democratic republic, it was essential for India to hold free and fair elections where the Indian public would play the crucial role in the election in the government. Let's see what were the challenges behind the first general election of India. The elections were to be held, taking into consideration the directives written in Constitution. The Constitution asked for the formation of an Election Commission, which will direct and control the entire process of elections. It was their duty to conduct free and fair elections without any corruption or malpractices. On 25th January 1950, the Election Commission was established with a goal of administe
10 interesting things you didn’t know about Narendra Modi
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10 interesting things you didn’t know about Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi is known as iron-willed, dynamic as well as a fierce leader due to whom BJP won 2014 Lok Sabha elections and came into power. He also helped BJP win in most the prominent states after that and now currently BJP is in power in 67 percent of India. On the occasion of Narendra Modi' birthday who is turning 67th today, we have brought for you 10 interesting things you didn't know about him. 1- Narendra Modi served as a volunteer to the India army at the railway stations during the Indo- Pak war of 1965. 2 - Narendra Modi is brand conscious. He wears from a certain brand called ‘Jade Blue’ which is an Ahmedabad based textile company. 3 - Narendra Modi has donated Rs 21 lakh from personal savings for girl child welfare for the education. 4- Narendra Modi
11 Interesting facts you must know about RadhaKrishnan, this Teacher’s day
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11 Interesting facts you must know about RadhaKrishnan, this Teacher’s day

“True teachers are those who help us think of ourselves” believed Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. In India 5th September, the birthday of Dr.Radhskrishnan is observed as Teacher's Day as a mark of tribute to his great contribution for the Nation. On this occasion here are some Interesting facts about Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - 1 ) Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s father did not want his son to learn English, instead, he wanted him to become a priest. However, his talent was so outstanding that he was sent to school at Tirupati and then Vellore. 2) Radhakrishnan was drawn into the field of philosophy by accident when his cousin passed him his textbooks. But by his confidence, concentration and strong convictions he went on to become a great philosopher. 3 ) During his MA degree, he p
How Indian Parliament has declined over the years?
India, Indian Parliament

How Indian Parliament has declined over the years?

The bicameral Parliament of India came into being with the first general Elections held in 1952. However, its antecedents can be traced back to the pre-Independence era. The Parliament of India comprises of President, Lok Sabha, and Rajya Sabha. It is the supreme legislative body of India. Let's see how Indian Parliament has declined over the years. As the deliberative and representative assembly, its role in developing India has been crucial. But over several decades there has been a decline in the effectiveness of the Parliament as an institution of accountability and oversight. The instruments of accountability, the Parliament uses such as the committee system, motion on the floor etc have become increasingly dysfunctional.   The declining standards of debates, decorum and discipline