As battle shifts down South, a lot at stake for all parties

electionsNew Delhi, Apr 15: Phase two of the Lok Sabha elections 2019 promises to be an interesting one. One would get to witness several interesting battles that include the ones to be fought in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Karnataka.

Polling will be held on 97 seats and all eyes would be on the seats in Uttar Pradesh, where the BSP and SP together are taking on the BJP.

Telangana’s richest candidate is worth Rs 314 crore, second is BSP man valued at Rs 182 cr

komatireddy-rajagopal-reddyHyderabad, Dec 4: Out of the 1,777 candidates analysed in the Telangana assembly elections, 368 have declared pending criminal cases against them.
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After BSP, Congress loses out on SP and CPM in 5 poll bound states

poll-dateNew Delhi, Oct 7: The troubles for the Congress in the poll bound states continued with both the CPM and Samajwadi Party deciding to stay away from the grand old party.

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From where and from whom is Mayawati expecting fair seat share asks BJP

mayawatiLucknow, Sep 17: The BJP Sunday sought to know from whom BSP chief Mayawati was expecting ‘respect’ vis-a-vis her statement that her party will ally with any group as long as BSP gets “respectable share of seats”.

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History repeats: No CM from Shivamogga has completed his term

img_0002-3There have been four Chief Ministers that Shivamogga has produced. Ironically none of them have completed their term. This has been a trend with CM candidates from Shivamogga, the home town of B S Yeddyurappa since 1956.

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How did All India Mahila Empowerment Party perform in Karnataka: Details here

MEPThe All Indian Mahila Empowerment Party which contested all the seats in the Karnataka assembly elections ended up with a vote share of 0.3 per cent. This was exactly the same vote share that the BSP polled in the 20 odd seats that it contested.

UP, Bihar by-elections: Vote share of each party

The BJP suffered shock defeats in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. The Samajwadi Party bagged both these seats in the Uttar Pradesh by-elections. It was clear that the support from the BSP helped the SP a great deal in beating the BJP.

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Mayawati plays numbers game again: This time it is 18

maywa1BSP supremo, Mayawati who resigned from the Rajya Sabha has decided to hold rallies on the 18th of every month. She has decided to make the 18th of every month a significant date as it was on July 18 that she resigned from the Rajya Sabha.

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Do you expect Yogi to clean up the SP, BSP mess of 20 years in three months?

yogiadi1Yogi Adityanath was a surprise pick to head the government in Uttar Pradesh where the BJP won with huge mandate. Nearly three months after taking over as the Chief Minister of UP, Yogi as he is popularly referred to as has been in the news almost everyday.

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Why Yogi’s appointment as UP CM is a preemptive strike on a united opposition

The elevation of Yogi Adityanath as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh took many by surprise. There were a lot of factors that went into Yogi being appointed as the CM.

The vote share of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the recently concluded assembly elections was 40 per cent whereas the Samajwadi Party, the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress together got a 52 per cent vote share.

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