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Interpreting India's 2009 election

In chastising only the Hindu nationalist BJP, Haroon Siddiqui betrays his bias toward India's Islamist groups, the authoritarian mullahs and their pro-Iran agenda. These Islamists too were wiped out along with their Communist allies, particularly the CPM. The Communists made an electoral alliance with Islamic fundamentalists and the Jamaat-e-Islami. More than the BJP, it was the CPM-Islamist grouping that got trashed by voters.In Kerala, where the CP Front held 19 out of 20 seats going into the election, the Left Front was reduced to a mere five seats. In West Bengal, the other bastion of the ...

The mainstreaming of India’s Muslim population

It’s time Muslims – who comprise 13.4 per cent of India’s population – assert themselves as part of the national mainstream and its politics. As India goes to the polls, Sareshwala says, ‘Muslims’ victim-centric mentality must end.’ Indeed, he urges Muslims to be part of the fast-growing economy ‘I pray five times a day and sport a beard, but I will never vote for a candidate only because he is a Muslim — not even the most pious maulana,’ he asserts. Also, after the November 26, 2008, attacks in Mumbai, people understand that not ...


The following is a snapshot of recent developments in India's general election campaign. Nitish Kumar, a key ally of the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party in Bihar state, denied speculation he is open to joining a Congress-led coalition after the election. Kumar, who heads Bihar's ruling Janata Dal (United) party, said: "It's both unfounded and without any basis." Bihar is a possible swing state in the general election and counts for 40 seats in parliament. (Times of India)Congress may ask its foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee to broker an alliance with the ruling party's former leftist ...

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Turf war with Delhi L-G continues, Kejriwal to meet President today
There is no end to tussle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Dr Najeeb Jung continue over the appointment of acting Delhi Chief Secretary Shakuntala Gamlin. Kejriwal is scheduled to meet President Pranab Mukherjee at 6 PM on Tuesday over the issue.
State-of-the-art swanky T2 opens at Mumbai airport
International operations from T2 will commence February 12, 2014.
BJP routed in Meerut Cantonment Board elections
BJP has suffered a major drubbing in the recently held Meerut Cantonment Board elections, with the party winning only 2 of the total of 8 seats.
Next move for the Sidhu couple after BJP exit still in limbo
Chandigarh: So the Sidhu couple -- cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu and his doctor-turned-politician wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu -- have finally exited the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).The party that brought them into politics one by one is not regretting it. At least, not at present.With Navjot Kaur sending her on-line resignation from the party on Saturday, following in her husband's footsteps who quit last month, the couple's exit which looked imminent has finally come. It took Punjab BJP president and Union minister Vijay Sampla just a few minutes to accept Kaur's resignation and end the association."The party made her an MLA and even CPS (Chief Parliamentary Secretary), made him (Navjot Singh Sidhu) a Rajya Sabha member. The party gave them maximum respect and accommodated them. Their ambitions and expectations may have been more," Sampla said, taking a dig at the Sidhus.Kaur is the BJP legislator from the Amritsar-East assembly seat. Her husband had earlier remained Lok

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