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Rahul Gandhi vows to make a comeback in Gujarat elections
Analysis, Gujarat, India

Rahul Gandhi vows to make a comeback in Gujarat elections

Gujarat’s assembly elections are scheduled at the end of this year. With Congress not able to win majority of the elections in recent times, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi seems determined to change the fortune of his party. On 4th September, Rahul Gandhi visited the state to discuss his ideas and strategies with the senior party leaders in Gujarat for the upcoming elections. Rahul Gandhi’s third visit this year in Gujarat saw a question-answer session between the party workers and the Vice President at Sabarmati Riverfront. Although, Congress is going through some rough patches, instead of focusing on Congress’s ideas and strategies, Rahul mainly focused on criticizing Modi government. Rahul Gandhi blamed the current Gujarat government’s development policy as hollow. He said that
Madhya Pradesh Elections: Why BJP and Amit Shah should be worried?
Analysis, India, Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Elections: Why BJP and Amit Shah should be worried?

Assembly elections are set to take place in Madhya Pradesh in November-December next year. 2013 assembly elections saw BJP and Shivraj Singh get a convincing victory over INC. However, this year it won’t be an easy task. Though BJP came up with a massive victory in the local bodies elections, party insiders were said to be concerned because the tally came down to 25 from 28 last time, while Congress increased their tallies to 13, while last time they won only 8 seats. After the convincing victory in UP elections, BJP wants to swoop the elections in MP by setting a target of 200 seats. But what are the challenges faced by BJP and Amit Shah in the upcoming elections? How will Congress counter attack BJP’s strategies? Will BJP complete its 200 seat target? What makes BJP worried? Madhya Pra
Virbhadra Singh’s government: Success and failures all you need to know
Analysis, Himachal Pradesh

Virbhadra Singh’s government: Success and failures all you need to know

Himachal Pradesh is all set for its 13th Vidhan Sabha Elections.Currently, Congress is the majority party in the state of Himachal Pradesh with 36 seats ( according to  Vidhan Sabha Election 2012).  and the state is headed by Mr.Virbhadra Singh. For the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections in Himachal Pradesh, all the parties are yet to publish the list of their candidates.To help the voters make the wisest decision, here's an overview of the successes, failures and major controversies that the state has faced in the last five years, during Virbhadra Singh's government. SUCCESSES Increase in employment opportunities The State government has provided employment to more than 60,000 people, including 27,000 in the government sector and 33,000 in the private sector in the last three year
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT UPCOMING HIMACHAL PRADESH ELECTIONS
Himachal Pradesh

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT UPCOMING HIMACHAL PRADESH ELECTIONS

As the tenure of the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh is about to end, the Himachal Pradesh Election is around the corner. The term of the Congress government ends on the 7th January 2018. The elections might take place in November – December 2017. Here is the brief information about the upcoming Himachal election which you must know – The elections would be held for 68 seats, out of which 17 seats are reserved for SC and 3 for ST. In order to have a majority, a party has to win a minimum of 35 seats. The main contenders or the Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017 are Indian National Congress, Bhartiya Janta Party, Aam Aadmi Party and HILOPA. Congress would be rooting to keep a hold on the state while BJP would try to make it their territory. AAP would try its be
Gujarat Elections 2017: All you need to know about it
Gujarat

Gujarat Elections 2017: All you need to know about it

As the tenure of the BJP government in Gujarat is in its last phase, the Gujarat Elections 2017 is around the corner. This time, it is going to be a triangular contest. It would be interesting to know if BJP who has been in power in Gujarat from 1995 will be able to win it again, or Congress will make an unexpected comeback, or AAP will be able to win the mandate of people. The tenure of the BJP government ends on the 22nd January 2018. The elections might take place in November – December 2017. Here is the brief information about the upcoming Gujarat elections 2017 which you must know – Read more: Gujarat Assembly Elections 2012: Why Is It Considered As A Landmark Event? The elections would be held for 182 seats, out of which 13 seats are reserved for SC and 27 for ST. In