“But, a no-confidence motion should be the last resort. We will continue our fight for justice to Andhra Pradesh. If that doesn’t happen, we will muster support from other parties and move the no-trust motion,” the Andhra Pradesh chief minister said.
Teacher transfers are an extremely sensitive issue in Rajasthan. The BJP government’s move is being seen as a ploy to placate disgruntled party workers after the loss in the recent by-polls.
The Congress improved its tally to 16 seats this time from winning 13 in the 2013 elections.
Police have suspected the role of a faction of an armed group, the Garo National Liberation Front (GNLA), as the outfit had pasted posters on trees two days ago, threatening people of dire consequences if they voted for Sangma.
Dalit activist Bhanubhai Vankar immolated himself on February 15, following which Congress MLA Naushad Solanki, independent MLA Jignesh Mevani and other protestors were detained.
In the last assembly elections, the voter turnout was 91.82%.
In a video clip of the rally, protestors can be seen carrying the tricolour and chanting anti-government slogans while marching in support of the accused Deepak Khajuria.
Akhilesh Yadav’s political fortunes in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly polls hinge on his party’s performance in the general elections.
Haryana, too, registered a drop of 35 points, followed by Rajasthan which saw a drop of 32 points, says a report released by NITI Aayog.
We travelled to Tripura where the Left Front government has been in power for the past 25 years. Watch what voters have to say about CM Manik Sarkar’s governance and the problem of unemployment.
Decades-Old Cauvery Water Dispute Comes to an End, Karnataka Cheers as Tamil Nadu Water Quota Is Cut
The court announced that Tamil Nadu would get 177.25 tmc ft water, and Karnataka would get 14.75 tmc ft more than it was allocated in the previous judgement.
The story of a district in thrall to illegal mining; a first person account from Khabar Lahariya’s chief reporter in Mahoba.
The BJP in its current campaign seems to be raising the issues that were raised by the Congress in 2008. The difference is the intensity in the BJP’s ongoing campaign.
The Left Front government has been in power in the state for the past 25 years and just the possibility of change seems exciting to many young people.
Karnataka will now have an enhanced share of 14.75 tmcft water per year while Tamil Nadu will get 404.25 tmcft, 14.75 tmcft less than what was allotted by the tribunal in 2007.
“The Centre has drawn up a health plan in which 40% of the fund has to come from states. But why should the state spend on another programme when it already has its own?”
The gunbattle, which began yesterday morning, came two days after Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists attacked an army camp in Jammu’s Sunjuwan area.
Speaking to The Wire, the four-time Tripura chief minister discusses the Left Front’s strategy to fight the BJP, the possible impact of anti-incumbency in the assembly elections, unemployment in the state and more.
Tral, the native town of the slain militant commander Burhan Wani, lost a father-son duo in the latest militant attack on an Army base camp.
Law student Dilip Saroj was beaten into a coma with hockey sticks, pipes and bricks in public view despite the presence of a patrol car 100 metres away.
“Dialogue with Pakistan is necessary if we are to end bloodshed (in the state),” Mehbooba Mufti tweeted.
Encounter sites which are not cleared and scanned properly post the incidents are proving to be death traps for locals, especially children.
The spate of withdrawal of pending criminal cases against politicians in UP, Rajasthan, MP and Kerala in recent months points at the overpowering stranglehold of the political establishment on all the organs of governance.
Manohar Parrikar’s remarks are in keeping with the BJP’s distractionary tactics at a time when the party seems to be struggling to handle some of the state’s more serious issues.
Gujarat was declared open defecation free in October 2017 based on the number of toilets constructed as part of the Swachh Bharat mission, but the ground reality is different in the rural areas of the state.
Though BJP was making inroads into the crucial Garo hills, the issue of visa denial to a Christian preacher is threatening to cloud its poll prospects in the upcoming assembly polls.
Has Sandeep Tamgadge, the Nagaland cadre IPS officer who was withdrawn in April 2014 from the ongoing probe into two Gujarat killing cases, been framed for knowing too much?
Detained for decades, those who have been declared foreigners in Assam are denied a wage and parole.
Our constitution requires better from our executive, and our democracy is surely capable of generating more compassion than the current meanness of spirit we display towards Kashmir and Kashmiris.
As the police continue to investigate and keep watch in the area, there is an uneasy calm in the villages around the Bhima Koregaon memorial.
The chargesheet filed in the Bhopal special court has named former MP minister Sharma, his OSD and 85 others for alleged cheating and corruption.
As Congress and BJP intensify their campaign, the buzz on the ground is that state is most likely heading towards a fragmented mandate seen in the 2008 elections.
Communal tension grew in the state after 2013, and now amidst speculations of simultaneous Lok Sabha and Bihar assembly polls, communal clashes are rising in an unprecedented manner.
While the young Samajwadi Party leader is dumping his ‘modern outlook’ and warming up to smaller caste parties in UP, the going may not be easy as the BJP has entrenched its roots deep among the OBCs and MBCs.
The peace process worked in Tripura because the Left Front government worked simultaneously to improve the conditions of life for common people.
Any move to open the floodgates for foreign donations to political parties is a threat to the integrity of India’s democracy and needs to be questioned.
The events of the last four years have hugely damaged our democratic institutions. Left parties need to grab every opportunity to ensure that the BJP is kept off the seat of power.
The way some politicians made a string of visits to the murdered boy’s family helped in giving a communal undertone to the crime, which prima facie looks like a result of family outrage.
The new authority, which will be chaired by a retired high court judge, has been approved for dealing with complaints of custodial rape, custodial death, extortion or any serious abuse of authority.
With the opposition pushing for a deferment and the ruling PDP a divided house, all eyes are on the cabinet meeting this week.