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Election Commission for ban on anonymous contribution of Rs 2,000 and above to parties - FirstPost
Seeking to check the use of blackmoney and money laundering in politics, the Election Commission has recommended that the government amend laws to allow exemption from tax only to parties that win seats in elections and ban anonymous contributions of Rs 2,000 and above to parties.
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Rise of RSS in West Bengal has rocked Mamata Banerjee’s boat - Snigdhendu Bhattacharya, Hindustan Times
Modi government to focus on Bengal, Kerala and Odisha in its 3rd anniversary function - Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi, Economic Times
Political vacuum in Tamil Nadu continues - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Mamata’s last gamble - Pioneer
Shah praises Nitish rule, targets Lalu - Mail Today
Is the AAP set for an implosion in Punjab? - Asit Jolly, Mail Today
Who runs the government of Bihar? How Nitish keeps Lalu in check - Amitabh Srivastava, Mail Today
Heading south - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Electoral losses have put BSP chief on backfoot - Pioneer
Mayawati fires her party No. 2 and his son, both hit back - Ashutosh Bhardwaj & Ramendra Singh, Indian Express
Vipaksh Mukt Bharat: How Modi, Shah want to herald the golden age of BJP - Archis Mohan, Business Standrad
Tug of war in Himachal Pradesh - Amitabh Shukla, Pioneer
Lalu Prasad, the hidden hand behind Mayawati’s decision to consider joining an anti-BJP front - Dhirendra K Jha, Scroll
Shivpal forms Samajwadi Secular Morcha, names Mulayam as chief - Pioneer
BJP's journey to scale new heights has begun - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
Extending Rahul Gandhi’s UP plan, Congress to target SC/ST seats in 6 states now - Nidhi Sharma, Economic Times
Let's be clear: Modi wave won't abate in near future - Kanchan Gupta, Pioneer
Performance pays, negativity ruins - Rajesh Singh, Pioneer
AAP's conspiracy EVM theory tragic - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioneer
Congress President should be elected by consensus: Amarinder - Pioneer
Trinamool’s violence - Pioneer
Remove Sasikala kin from AIADMK before talks: O Panneerselvam camp - Arun Janardhanan, Indian Express
Mayawati names brother as No. 2, says ready for ‘anti-BJP’ front - Ramendra Singh, Indian Express
Speculation rife as Shivpal meets Shah - Pioneer
OK in Punjab, but not in States won by BJP? Congress' odd stand on EVMs - Sandeep Phukan, NDTV
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