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BJP eyes over 200 seats in 2018 Assembly polls: Narendra Singh Tomar

BJP eyes 200 seats. The ruling BJP in Madhya Pradesh aims to sweep the state Assembly polls due next year and win over 200 seats, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar said today. The party will also work to win all the 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state in the 2019 general election, he said.“We

Delhi HC judge recuses himself from DU's LLB seats case

Delhi HC judge recuses himself from DU’s LLB seats case

A Delhi High Court judge on Monday recused himself from hearing the plea opposing the reduction of seats in the LLB in Delhi University (DU).He said the petition will be transferred to another bench.The second bench will hear the case after 2 p.m.On May 31, the court issued a notice to the Centre, the Delhi

Congress undecidedcity assembly segments, manipulations Delhi

Sitting Ludhiana MLAs able to secure their seats

Ludhiana: Finally, the first list of Congress candidates will be out on December 3 or 4. In the first list names of all sitting MLAs and non controversial leaders will appear. Three sitting MLAs of Congress party in Ludhiana have managed to secure their seats and their names are included in first list. From Ludhiana

DUSU polls: ABVP bags three top posts

New Delhi: The BJP-affiliated ABVP has won three top posts of the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), it was announced on Saturday. The Congress-backed National Students Union of India (NSUI) got one seat. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s Amit Tanwar, Priyanka Chabri and Ankit Sangwan were elected DUSU President, Vice President and Secretary respectively. Mohit Sangwan of

Federal Elections: Labour party- 71 seats, Libral- 67, Negotiation kicks

Sydney: Negotiations kicked off on Sunday between the coalition led by Liberal Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the opposition Labour Party headed by Bill Shorten, after the possibility emerged from Saturday’s elections that neither would win the majority. According to the Australian Electoral Commission, the Labour Party now has 71 seats and the Liberal-National

2 Rajya Sabha seats falling vacant from Punjab

Chandigarh: Two Rajya Sabha seats from Punjabwill fall vacant in July after the end of term of Ambika Soni (Congress) and Balwinder Singh (Shiromani Akali Dal), an election office spokesman said today. “The term of office of the two members of the Rajya Sabha elected from Punjab is due to expire on their retirement in