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People's Democratic Party, says leader Felix Anthony. "Let me make this clear. The PDP was formed by the Fiji Trades Union's Congress in response to the denial of workers' rights in Fiji and the denial of fundamental human rights by this government,"
PDP leader Tariq Hameed Karra said "no initiative is going to have an impact on the ground without the involvement of the people", so the Centre should take tangible measures to address the trust deficit and alienation in the valley. Karra, who
Bajwa was trounced by BJP's actor-turned-politician Vinod Khanna from the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat. However, he has not resigned as MLA from Dera Baba Nanak Assembly segment which falls in Gurdaspur Parliament constituency from where Khanna took a
The segment-wise details of votes polled for the Lok Sabha elections in the state, show that PDP stood first in 41 of the 87 Assembly seats. A political party, or a combination of parties, needs 44 seats to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir.
Today's Chanakya Pollster says numbers sacrosanct, bigger sample isn't always better. Written by Archna Shukla New Delhi May 18, 2014 1:30 am On Friday, as the results of the Lok Sabha elections came in, it was clear that all exit polls had unlike on
Two persons died and at least 15 got injured when a Police vehicle overturned during a clash between the followers of the two mainstream political parties, the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] and the Peoples Conference [PC], in Kupwara district of
The opposition Bharatya Janata Party and Peoples Democratic Party have swept the polls, sharing three seats each in Jammu and Kashmir provinces. In Srinagar-Budgam, PDP's Tariq Hamid Karra defeated the Union Cabinet Minister and former Chief Minister
PDP Raises Alarm In Rivers Rivers State, one of the major oil and gas states in Southern Nigeria, appears to be bracing to cycle back to the dark days of Cult Wars as backstage schemes for the largely uncertain 2015 general elections gather steam.
RIVERS State, one of the major oil and gas states in Southern Nigeria, appears to be bracing to cycle back to the dark days of Cult Wars as backstage schemes for the largely uncertain 2015 general elections gather steam. <
However, the ruling party who hailed some opposition leaders for their posture and utterances against terrorism in the country, however, said it was troubling that some members in the APC "still persists in seeking political capital out of the pains