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Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna on Monday said there is no division within the ruling coalition in the State on the amendment to the Lokayukta Act or its replacement with another effective anti-corruption law. There is no contradiction
Selecting Dehradun as the site of one of the buildings is being viewed as an indication that the capital is not being shifted out. The other building will be in Bhararisain, 10 km from Gairsain, the government announced in a statement Thursday. What
The January Assembly polls threw up a hung assembly with none of the parties getting a clear mandate in the 70-member House. The Congress just managed to edge out the BJP winning 32 seats against the saffron party's 31 seat tally. The BSP and the
Claiming that people are fed up with the ruling Congress, BJP today said it was confident of a victory in the October 10 Tehri Lok Sabha bypoll in Uttarakhand due to the steep hike in prices of diesel and petrol by the UPA government at the Centre. "
He was addressing media persons here. " The happiness is because the Congress party and our leader, Sonia Gandhi blessed me and placed her faith in me," the Governor said, adding that the prestige and the functions of the post "will be fully kept in
Thirty-nine members voted in favour of the trust motion tabled by Bahuguna, Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal informed the House. Opposition BJP staged a noisy walk-out demanding that secret ballot system should have been used for voting on the motion. "
Four days ahead of the crucial vote of trust in the Uttarakhand assembly on the Congress-led Vijay Bahuguna government, the BJP on Thursday secretly lodged its 30 MLAs four independents and three Congress MLAs of the hill state at a hotel in the holy
The first indication of a patch-up came from party leader Harak Singh Rawat when he said the Congress leadership had understood their viewpoint and that at no point were they interested in derailing the Bahuguna government in the hill state. "It is
Congress has sufficient numbers that are required to form the government. We have the sufficient numbers that are needed to form the government and we will stake the claim today," said Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee President Yashpal Arya. "
Giving a new twist to the race for power in Uttarakhand, the BSP, whose three MLAs can tilt the balance, tonight said it was in touch with both the Congress and the BJP as the two rival contenders for power claimed they will form the next government.