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The Supreme Court today rejected petitions seeking 100% verification of votes cast on Electronic Voting Machines with paper slips generated
In a stunning own goal that has pushed the Congress on the backfoot, senior party leader Sam Pitroda today stoked
The Supreme Court will today pronounce its verdict on a batch of petitions seeking directions to tally Voter-Verifiable Paper Audit
Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Brinda Karat raised questions about the credibility of the Election Commission of India (ECI)
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was today administered insulin at Tihar jail after his blood sugar level soared, reaching 320.
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election speech in Rajasthan's Banswara has raised a controversy over his references to Muslims, with leaders



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Election Commission Is Acting Partially By Ignoring Hate Speeches Of PM

By Harihar Swarup “I am strict and I may be stern but I’m always fair and transparent. You get what you see”. This is one side. This was how T N Seshan, arguably, the Chief Election Commissioner who made the Election Commission of India an admired institution, used to...

May 25 · >

Yet Another Legal Rap On Kerala Governor’s Knuckles

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has, once again, suffered a severe setback from the Kerala High Court. The latest judicial snub came when the HC quashed four nominations made by Khan in his capacity as Chancellor of universities to the Senate of Kerala University. Justice...

May 25 · >

ICC’s Decision On Arrest Warrant Against Netanyahu Exposes Double Standard Of West

By Tajul Islam The International Criminal Court (ICC) and its chief prosecutor Karim Khan, a Pakistani-British member of Ahmadiyya community, with deep-rooted connections with Buckingham Palace and UK’s intelligence establishments are hitting headlines in international media in the recent days. Criticizing ICC, in a recent statement on his ‘X’...

May 25 · >

Gender-Responsive Disaster Management Is Imperative

By Seema Jain The frequency of natural disasters is increasing globally due to climate change and global warming. Every year, millions of people are affected by disasters such as heat waves, earthquakes, tsunamis, avalanches, droughts, and floods, with structurally excluded communities bearing the brunt. Addressing gender inclusivity in disaster...

May 25 · >

BJP Faces Its Most Difficult Penultimate Phase In Uttar Pradesh On May 25

By Dr. Gyan Pathak In the penultimate phase of Lok Sabha Election 2024 on May 25, BJP has been facing the most difficult electoral battle so far in Uttar Pradesh. This is the sixth phase of election in which 14 Lok Sabha constituencies are going to poll. BJP and...

May 24 · >

Will Modi Orchestrate A Trump’s January 6-Style Violent Protests?

By Arun Srivastava With the 2024 Lok Sabha election nearing culmination, a palpable fear gripping social and political circles is that like Donald Trump, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi might refuse to relinquish office and create a constitutional crisis. The manner in which Modi is trying to fashion...

May 24 · >

ECI’s Claim Means Denying To Share Election Data With General Public

By S.N. Sahu The Election Commission of India (ECI) has informed the Supreme Court that it has no legal mandate to share voter turnout data with anyone other than the candidates and their agents. In effect, the ECI has told the court that a legal mandate to share election...

May 24 · >

BJP’s Delhi Campaign Gets Some Boost With Women’s Mood Turning Against Kejriwal

By Sushil Kutty Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal squandered the few days he was given by the Supreme Court to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections. From all indications, all seven Delhi Lok Sabha seats will go to the BJP. The Congress never got a chance from its alliance...

May 24 · >

Kharge Or Rahul? Jury Still Out On INDIA Bloc’s PM Candidate

By Rahil Nora Chopra The jury is still out on who will be the I.N.D.I.A. bloc Prime Ministerial candidate if the Congress-led INDIA bloc crossed the halfway mark of 272 seats in the Lok Sabha election. The political buzz is that Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, Chief Minister of Tamil...

May 24 · >

In Jadavpur, The CPI(M) Is Making All Efforts For A Turn Around In Lok Sabha Polls

By Tirthankar Mitra KOLKATA: Jadavpur constituency adjoining Kolkata is witnessing a three cornered contest between Trinamool Congress’s Sayoni Ghosh, a talented film actor, CPI(M)’s Srijan Bhattacharya, a known student leader and Dr. Anirban Ganguly of BJP. The BJP candidate is a well known RSS ideologue based in Delhi. Incidentally,...

May 24 · >