Politics/Nation
Mayawati names brother as No. 2, says ready for ‘anti-BJP’ front - Ramendra Singh, Indian Express
WEEKS AFTER the BSP’s dismal poll performance in Uttar Pradesh, party president Mayawati on Friday appointed her younger brother Anand Kumar as the party’s new national vice-president, officially designating him as No 2. Mayawati also said she is ready to join hands with “other anti-BJP parties”.
Speculation rife as Shivpal meets Shah - Pioneer
In a surprise move, senior Samajwadi Party leader Shivpal Yadav met BJP president Amit Shah in Delhi on Friday. Yadav, however, refused to speak to the media about the meeting and dismissed it saying it was only a figment of the media’s imagination.
OK in Punjab, but not in States won by BJP? Congress' odd stand on EVMs - Sandeep Phukan, NDTV
The Congress, leading a group of 13 major parties, has formally petitioned the powerful Election Commission against using Electronic Voting Machines or EVMs in states which are due to vote soon like Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, while alleging that machines were rigged in recent elections including in Uttar Pradesh.
NDA to fight 2019 Lok Sabha polls under PM Narendra Modi - Akhilesh Singh, Times of India
Midway through the tenure of the Modi government and ahead of presidential polls, BJP consolidated the NDA ranks with all 32 members of the grouping resolving to contest the 2019 Lok Sabha polls under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Draw victory chart from 'Kashmir to Kanyakumari', Amit Shah tells party members - Times of India
BJP chief Amit Shah addressed the parliamentary party meeting on Thursday in the absence of PM Narendra Modi who was travelling, underlining his unofficial number two position in the hierarchy.
Amit Shah focuses on Left-mukt Bharat: 5 reasons why BJP is big on Tripura - Kumar Uttam, Hindustan Times
Close to achieving its goal of a “Congress-mukt Bharat (Congress-free India)”, the BJP has turned its gaze on the Left bastions of Kerala and Tripura. While the party and its ideological parent, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, have turned up the heat on CPI(Marxist)-led Left Democratic Front government in Kerala, BJP chief Amit Shah is now focusing to Tripura, which is due for assembly election in 2018.
Rebellion brewing in BSP - Pankaj Shah, Times of India
BSP chief Mayawati faced a revolt-like situation on Friday with a group of disenchanted BSP officials gearing up to float an alternative political forum on the eve of Ambedkar Jayanti on April 14.
'Victory in November,' says Amit Shah, shutting early Gujarat poll talk - Rohit Bhan, NDTV
BJP chief Amit Shah put a lid on speculation that the party could opt for early elections in Gujarat when he said today that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "victory chariot" will roll into his home state in November.
Prez next goal for triumphant BJP - Deepak K Upreti, Pioneer
Now that the Assembly polls are behind it, the Government is preparing for the Presidential poll. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to call a meeting of NDA constituents next week to discuss the strategy to elect the 14th President of India when the incumbent Pranab Mukherjee retires in July this year.
BJP, RSS Speak to Upend Possible SP-BSP Grand Alliance in 2019 - Sumit Pande, News18
Anticipating a Bihar-like grand alliance in UP in the next general elections, BJP holding talks with the RSS to chalk out a strategy to upend a larger socio-political coalition of all opposition parties.
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