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Congress faces stiff challenge
GWALIOR, NOV. 28.As winds of change appear to be blowing through the Gwalior region, the ruling Congress candidates are trying hard to retain their hold by maintaining pressure on their main Bharatiya Janata Party rivals by blaming the Central ...
Conversion issue may influence voters in Jhabua
JHABUA, NOV. 28. A fierce electoral battle is underway in this tribal-dominated region in Madhya Pradesh with the ruling Congress up against odds to defend its citadel in the December 1Assembly elections. The BJP had breached it in the last ...
Cong. rebel retires in Sheila's turf
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28.The Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, who is seeking re-election to the State Assembly from Gole Market constituency, got a shot in the arm today when party rebel and independent candidate, Romesh Sabharwal, withdrew from ...
Pall of gloom in deserted BJP office
NEW DELHI, NOV.28."It is only a matter of three to four days. After that who will come and visit this office?'' remarked a senior Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party leader during an in-house stock-taking meeting at their Pandit Pant Marg office here ...
Centre negative; people positive, says Gehlot
JAIPUR, NOV. 28.The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, today alleged that it was a conspiracy on the part of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government at the Centre to deny timely relief to the State during the drought period. "They delayed ...
Congress `worker' takes on BJP strongman
UDAIPUR, NOV.28.This city of lakes, once represented by a titan in Rajasthan politics, Mohan Lal Sukhadia, is witnessing a battle between a strongman of Bharatiya Janata Party in Mewar, Gulab Chand Kataria, and a "worker'' candidate of the ...
First-timer taking pot-shots at veteran
MANDALGARH (BHILWARA), NOV.28. It is old versus new in this prestigious constituency where a two-time Chief Minister is fighting a first-timer and member of the local royal family. A veteran of many a battle and one among the few defendants of ...
Yasmin Abrar locked in keen contest in Sawai Madhopur
SAWAI MADHOPUR, NOV. 28. With just a day left for campaigning, party bigwigs have decided to visit this constituency, adjoining the Ranthambore Park, to give the final nudge to their candidates. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, is ...
Three brothers in fray
DAUSA, NOV. 28.
Where Assembly seats remain in the family
RAIPUR, NOV. 28. Constituencies are like estates in the Indian democracy, to be inherited by sons when fathers get a bigger role in politics or have to be moved out from the arena. Chhattisgarh is no exception to this widely accepted rule. ...
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