11 Jan 2012
With poll dates round the corner Congress with an aim to strengthen Rahul Gandhi’s image amongst the masses of Uttar Pradesh, has decided to release Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Vision 2020’ along with the party manifesto.
24 Dec 2011
With the Centre’s nod on reservation for minorities in the OBC quota, the Congress is well poised to utilize the bright opportunity in the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
05 Jan 2012
In order to reap political benefits in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls, former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and firebrand Bharatiya Janata Party leader Uma Bharti on Wednesday met Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev.
02 Apr 2011
The private engineering, computer and pharmacy colleges in the state are likely to be shut down thanks to their unprofitability.
31 Dec 2011
Continuing with her clean-up operation ahead of 2012 assembly elections, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday sacked four more Cabinet Ministers on the grounds of corruption charges against them. The total number of ministers who have been axed from their posts by Mayawati after the election dates were announced has now reached 15.
28 Sep 2011
Opening the gates of opportunities for the BEd degree holders, the Uttar Pradesh government has issued a revised Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) directive for the appointment of teachers in primary schools.
01 Sep 2012
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday travelled abroad for a routine medical check-up a year after undergoing surgery for an undisclosed ailment.
21 Dec 2011
With the release of second list of party candidates, the Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to field its several prominent leaders along with fielding young generation in Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls.
03 Dec 2011
Even while the Chief Minister of Bihar is boasting of bringing wave of development in each faction of the society but the recent revelations about the condition of physically challenged people in the state reflects a different picture in Nitish Kumar regime.
09 Oct 2011
Eager to make its comeback to power in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress has placed its political motives ahead of the party members and their political ambitions. Carrying forward its pro-dalit policy, the party has incorporated Muslims, Thakurs and backward castes in its second list of the Assembly candidates and has sidelined its trustworthy leaders for turncoats who till few weeks back were loyal to other political parties.