Tripura MLAs spent just 56 per cent of their expense limit in 2018 poll

Out of 60 MLAs analyzed, 25(42%) MLAs have declared election expenses of less than 50% of the expense limit in their constituency. The data was prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms while analysing the election MLAs from Tripura who contested the 2018 elections.

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Centre withdraws Hardik Patel’s security cover

hardikpatelpressThe Centre is understood to have withdrawn the security cover given to PAAS leader, Hardik Patel. The decision was taken on the basis of a security assessment.

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Maya Kodnani acquitted in Naroda Patiya riot case

mayakodnaniThe Gujarat High Court has acquitted Mayaben Kodnani in the Naroda Patiya riot case. The court held that there was no criminal conspiracy by her and the witnesses were not reliable. The court also acquitted Ganpat Chhara and Haresh Chhara in the case. However the conviction of former Bajrang Dal leader, Babu Bajrangi has been upheld.

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From 77 to 30 districts, the left wing terror dominance is waning

rajivgaubaThe left-wing terror menace may not be completely eradicated, but giant strides have been made in curbing the problem. The left-wing terrorists were active in 77 districts, but their presence has dropped to 30 now.

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If Rahul did not make Hindu terror comment, then is this Wikileaks cable lying?

rahulgandhi1Following the acquittal of the five accused in the Mecca Masjid blast case, the Congress was quick to defend Rahul Gandhi. The party came out in his defence and said that he had never used the term Hindu terror.

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Congress ruled by Tughlaq and that man is Siddaramaiah alleges senior leader

PRameshEven as the Congress is readying its list of candidates for the Karnataka assembly elections, rebellion within the party seems to be touching an all time high. There is a Tughlaq rule in the Congress and Siddaramaiah is Tughlaq, senior leader P Ramesh said.

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Kerala becomes first state to challenge Supreme Court’s SC/ST verdict

The Kerala government became the first state to file a separate review petition challenging the March 20 verdict of the Supreme Court which banned the immediate arrest of a person under the SC/ST act.

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TRS chief KCR calls on Gowda, pledges support, urges Telugus to vote for JD(S) in Karnataka

gowda-kcrThe Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief and Chief Minister of Telangana has assured JD(S) supremo, H D Deve Gowda of support in the upcoming May 12 Karnataka Assembly election.

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The BJP’s gamble in shifting Sriramulu from Ballari to Chitradurga

When the BJP announced its first list of 72 candidates for the Karnataka election, there was a surprise. B Sriramulu the strongman from Ballari was given a ticket from Molakalmur in Chitradurga.

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Karnataka election: With son shaky in Chittapur will father Kharge return to bail him out?

The Chittapur assembly constituency is traditionally a stronghold. From 1957 this constituency has elected a Congress representative 10 times and that is no small number.

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