North India Politics Votes & Polls

Youth in Uttarpradesh chops off his finger after he pressed lotus wrongly

A voter in Bulandshahr constituency in Uttar Pradesh chopped off his index finger that was marked with the indelible ink after he realised that he had voted for the ‘wrong’ party.   The man identified as Pawan Kumar decided to take the drastic step after realising that he had voted for the BJP candidate instead Read More…

Opinion Politics West India

BJP’s Candidate terrorist  accused Pragya Singh rejoice IPS officer Karkare death

BJP’s Bhopal candidate and terrorist  accused Pragya Singh Thakur on Friday lashed out at former Mumbai Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare who was martyred during the rejoice 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.   She said the IPS officer died because of his ‘Karma’ referring to his investigation which led to the arrest of Pragya and other Read More…

Politics Votes & Polls

Second Phase 95 seats completed in peaceful manner : Election Commission

Moderate to high voter turnout was recorded in the 95 constituencies in 11 states and Puducherry that went to polls in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections which were marred by sporadic incidents of violence in West Bengal and Manipur and EVM glitches.   There were also reports of EVM malfunctioning in some seats. Read More…

Legal National Politics

PM luggage searched General Observer kicked out of Service in Odisha

The Election Commission has suspended its general observer for Sambalpur in Odisha for violating its instructions that SPG protectees should not be checked.   While there was no official word from either the EC or the government, it is learnt that Mohammed Mohsin, a Karnataka cadre IAS officer, had tried to check some luggage in Read More…

Politics Votes & Polls

Suspicious Black trunk case with Modi Helicopter transportation Questioned

The Congress on Sunday demanded a probe into the alleged transportation of a “suspicious black trunk” in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s helicopter during his visit to Chitradurg in Karnataka for poll campaign.   Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma asked the prime minister to come clean and said the Election Commission should inquire into the contents of Read More…

East India Politics

Funds for 25 Crores poor will be taken from “Chor” businessmen who been favoured by Modi Says Rahul Gandhi

  Congress president Rahul Gandhi said on Wednesday that funds for the ambitious ‘NYAY’ scheme will come from pockets of “chor” businessmen favoured by ‘Chowkidar’ Narendra Modi.   Addressing a rally in the Upper Assam town of Bokakhat, Gandhi said the Congress, if voted to power, guarantees to deposit Rs 72,000 annually to 20 per Read More…

National Politics Votes & Polls

Congress 2019 Election manifesto released focus Poor friendly

The Century old party  Congress on Tuesday released its manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls, making a slew of promises, including giving  Rs 72,000 each to five crore poor families under the ‘Nyay’ scheme, filling up 22 lakh government vacancies, bringing a separate budget for farmers and fixing a single moderate GST rate. To offer Read More…

Supreme Court Votes & Polls

VVPAT 50% Counting SC given time to 21 Opposition parties till Apr 8th to respond EC affidavit

The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned a plea by 21 opposition parties seeking 50% VVPAT count, and gave them until April 8 to file response to the Election Commission’s affidavit.   With less than a fortnight left for the first phase of the general elections to be held on April 11, the court sought the Read More…

Votes & Polls

In 20 days 1460 Crores Seizure by EC post demonetisation first General election

Post demonetisation this is the first general election India is facing . BJP government during the time and after demonetisation boasted effectively they have eliminated black money from the system   However prior starting of Phase I of general elections Suspect cash, illegal liquor and drugs valued at over Rs 1,460 crore have been seized Read More…

North India Politics Social Voice

Sacked BSF jawan to contest in Varanasi against Modi says PM seeks votes in the name of our jawans

Ex-BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who was sacked from service after he uploaded a video complaining of bad quality food being served to the forces, on Friday said he will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi constituency in Uttar Pradesh against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.   Yadav, a resident of Rewari in Haryana, Read More…