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Ram Madhav differs with Mufti Sayeed on credit for <strong>polls</strong>

Ram Madhav differs with Mufti Sayeed on credit for polls

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Ram Madhav, who was BJP's key negotiator for the alliance with PDP, on Monday disagreed with Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed's comments crediting Pakistan, Hurriyat and militants for the smooth polls in Jammu and Kashmir.

Ram Madhav,   BJP,   PDP,   Mufti Mohammed Sayeed,   Jammu and Kashmir government,   PDP BJP coalition,   Pakistan,   Hurriyat,  
Changes demanded after England's <strong>latest</strong> World Cup flop

Changes demanded after England's latest World Cup flop

02 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The incoming chairman of England's cricket board has flagged a review of the team's approach to the one-day format after a third crushing loss at the World Cup.

England cricket board,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Sri Lanka beat England,  
Watson critics crank up heat after <strong>latest</strong> false start

Watson critics crank up heat after latest false start

02 Mar 2015

Sydney: Australians might have been stunned by the collapse of their much-vaunted batting line-up in the face of brilliant New Zealand bowling at the weekend but the fall of one particular wicket was no surprise to anyone.

Australian cricket team,   Australia vs New Zealand,   ICC World Cup,   Shane Watson ,  
National parties' fund collection rise 5-times in ten years

National parties' fund collection rise 5-times in ten years

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The total funds collected by national parties during Lok Sabha polls has grown nearly five times in the last ten years, with BJP and Congress topping the charts in terms of capital mop-up, a study said on Monday.

National Parties,   National Parties Fund Collection,   Lok Sabha Polls,   BJP,   Congress,   Association of Democratic Reforms,   ,  
Smooth <strong>polls</strong> due to J&K people, security, Election Commission: Centre

Smooth polls due to J&K people, security, Election Commission: Centre

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As newly sworn-in Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's statement crediting "people from across the border" for conduct of Assembly polls triggered a controversy, the Centre on Monday maintained that it is people of the state, security forces and Election Commission, whose efforts should be given the credit.

Mufti controversial comments,   J&K Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Pakistan,   J&K assembly election,   Election Commission,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Pakistan, militants allowed conducive atmosphere for <strong>polls</strong>: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

Pakistan, militants allowed conducive atmosphere for polls: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

01 Mar 2015

Jammu/New Delhi: The PDP-BJP coalition government got off to a controversial start with Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed saying that credit for smooth conduct of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly polls must be given to "people from across the border" only to be contradicted by BJP central leadership which said it was due to efforts of the Election Commission and the security forces.

Jammu ans Kashmir Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Hurriyat,   militant outfits,   assembly polls in JandK,   NC leader Omar Abdullah,  
Peaceful J and K <strong>polls</strong> due to those who trust in Constitution : BJP on Sayeed remark

Peaceful J and K polls due to those who trust in Constitution : BJP on Sayeed remark

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Refusing to be drawn into the row over J and K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed's remarks crediting people across the border and separatists for the peaceful polls in the state, BJP on Sunday said the exercise had been successful due to the efforts of the Election Commission and Indian Army and of those who believe in the Indian Constitution.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   BJP-PDP alliance,   J and K polls,   BJP National Secretary,   Shrikant Sharma ,  
If <strong>exit</strong> <strong>polls</strong> are correct, it is disastrous for Congress: Digvijay Singh

If exit polls are correct, it is disastrous for Congress: Digvijay Singh

09 Feb 2015

New Delhi: On the eve of counting of votes in Delhi, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Monday said if the exit polls are correct, it was "disastrous" for his party which is projected to get not more than five seats in the 70-member House. New Delhi: On the eve of counting of votes in Delhi, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Monday said if the exit polls are correct, it was "disastrous" for his party which is projected to get not more than five seats in the 70-member House.

Delhi Assembly Elections,   exit polls,   Congress,   Digvijay Singh,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi ,  
<strong>Exit</strong> <strong>polls</strong> predict clear majority for AAP in Delhi

Exit polls predict clear majority for AAP in Delhi

07 Feb 2015

New Delhi: All the exit polls on Saturday have predicted a majority for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Delhi Assembly elections with one of them giving it as high as 53 seats in the 70-member House.

Delhi exit polls,   Aam Aadmi Party,   AAP,   Delhi Assembly elections,   Delhi polls,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Kiran Bedi,   BJP,   Congress,  
BJP government in Delhi with 45 seats, AAP to get 25 seats: Survey

BJP government in Delhi with 45 seats, AAP to get 25 seats: Survey

05 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The BJP is projected to get absolute majority in Delhi and win between 41-45 seats and AAP is likely to secure the second place, according to a survey by Research and Development Initiative (RDI).

BJP,   Delhi polls,   AAP,   Delhi exit poll,   Election exit poll,  

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