Elections

Bisara: At Ground zero of the lynching

Shalini Sharma

In the village where Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched communal tensions simmer below the surface. Not surprisingly, most villagers intend to vote along religious lines
Shalini Sharma Dadri 

UP: Why do the Jats not want the BJP?

Abeer Kapoor

Jat leaders in western UP, across outfits, are working over-time to persuade their community to abandon the BJP 
Abeer Kapoor Muzaffarnagar

Elections: Beware the Ides of March

Sanjay Kapoor

If early polling is anything to go by, then the assembly elections across five states could mean an all or nothing scenario for the BJP
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

EC asks all districts to adopt MPPPDC

Hardnews Bureau

Lucknow: The Election Commission has directed all 75 districts of UP to adopt Model Plan for Polling Party Dispatch and Collection (MPPPDC), a unique model designed by none other than an IAS topper

UP: Akhilesh looks set to 'Cycle' back to power?

Pradeep Kapoor

The Samajwadi Party's alliance with the Congress will help them reap rich electoral dividends
Pradeep Kapoor Lucknow

Budget 2017 aims to clean up political funding, push for rural development

Hardnews Bureau

Income Tax rate for annual income bracket of Rs 2.5-5 lakh halved to 5 percent
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Prez bats for simultaneous LS, Assembly polls

Hardnews Bureau

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukjherjee today made a strong case for simultaneous elections to the Lok Sabha and state Legislative Assemblies, saying that a constructive debate should take place on

Is the Aam Aadmi Party slipping in Punjab?

Hardnews Bureau

For the past two years, the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) has been campaigning vigorously in Punjab with an eye on the assembly elections in the state. As the day of reckoning inches closer and victory seems within its grasp; has the party shot itself in the foot by alienating all those supporters who helped build it up?
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Punjab: NRI community puts it weight behind AAP

Shibu Kumar Tripathi

Punjabis settled abroad are putting their support and hard-earned money behind a party they perceive will bring radical change
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

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