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In potentially controversial remarks, Union minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar today asked his party workers to take advantage of the multi-phase polling in the state by voting twice, first at their hometowns and then at places of work. "
Aspirants list scrutiny on Tuesday Against the background of being left alone to fight the Lok Sabha polls in Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu Congress President B...Gnanadesikan on Monday called on party chief Sonia Gandhi in Delhi and discussed the poll
Sounding the poll bugle in Odisha at a public meeting at Chenapadi junction in Keonjhar district, Hariprasad said Congress alone could provide good governance in the country. Subhankar Sarkar, Congress MP Rajib Biswal and local Congress candidate
Though he admits that alliances are a compulsion, he feels that Congress should have sat in the Opposition after the last general elections so that it could be in a position to form a government on its own after the coming polls. "It would have been
Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh, who has been nominated for the Rajya Sabha from Madhya Pradesh, has said he is ready to contest Lok Sabha election if his party wants him to do so. If my party wants, I am ready to contest Lok Sabha polls
Putting an end to his ten-year self- imposed exile' from electoral politics, Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh today filed his nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha elections from Madhya Pradesh. The senior Congress leader was accompanied by
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Friday refused to answer about allegations made against him in the wake of the party's defeat in the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections and described himself as a "punching bag" and a scapegoat. Addressing
Slamming Jaitley for his "audacity" to accuse the Congress of using disgruntled officers to attack Modi, Chacko said it appears that the tweets and taunts have really disturbed the BJP and wondered, "How many disgruntled officers are there in Gujarat?
Congress today alleged that BJP and AAP had a "tacit" understanding for the upcoming Delhi assembly poll and were targeting it with false claims. "We have information that AAP will project only such candidates which will cut into Congress' vote and
This election is marked by the absence of several political stalwarts. If the Congress lost Mahendra Karma and Vidya Charan Shukla to Naxal violence, the Bharatiya Janata Party will no more gain from the experience of Baliram Kashyap, Lakhiram