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वोट के लिए34वोट के खिलाफ   मैं भारत में राजनीतिक स्थिति के साथ संतुष्ट हूँ. संकोच के कारण. उदाहरण के लिए, यह क्योंकि ... (अगर मैं क्यों लिखना चाहता था, मैं इसे यहाँ लिखा है), positive
वोट के लिए1वोट के खिलाफ   Wieder so ein gelobtes Land der Industrie!Bis die religiösen Unruhen die Investitionen gefährden., SEPP
वोट के लिए1वोट के खिलाफ   Hier werden von den Heuschrecken die Arbeitsplätze aus der BRD hin exportiert., SEPP
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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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Sasikala case divides Bangalore police
After the death of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam essentially fractured into factions. Sasikala, a long time aide and confidant of the former CM, emerged as a leader of one of those factions. However, earlier this year, she along with her sister-in-law Elavarasi and nephew VK Sudhakaran, were found guilty in a two decade old disproportionate assets case and are serving a four-year sentence in a Bengaluru jail. The Supreme Court in February upheld the guilty verdict in by a trial court.Reports surfaced of her receiving special treatment inside the Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in Bengaluru. An IPS officer and Director inspector general (DIG) of prisons D Roopa submitted a report to Karnataka police Chief RK Dutta on Wednesday that alleged corruption and irregularities. The report mentioned Director General of Prisons HN Satyanarayana Rao as being aware of what was going on in the prison. An India Today video report on th
Let me speak or will resign, says Mayawati before walking out of Rajya Sabha
New Delhi: Huge drama was witnessed in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday when Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati said she would resign from the Upper House after accusing the chair of not allowing her to speak on issues related to Dalits.Mayawati first walked out of the chamber before formally announcing her decision to resign."Let me speak or I will resign," Mayawati had said.After saying so, she walked out of the House.Earlier, Mayawati hit out at the government for not doing enough to stop atrocities against Dalits and other backward and deprived classes."Since the time the BJP has come to power, there has been exploitation of the Dalits, poor, minority, and backward castes," she said.Mayawati further said that the BJP formed its government in Uttar Pradesh after distorting the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM)."The Dalits were suppressed in Saharanpur but the government did not do anything about it," she said."No community is safe in UP, but the condition of the Dalits is worse," sh
Trump agenda hitch weighs on dollar, Treasury yields
By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) - A fresh setback to U.S. President Donald Trump's domestic agenda on Tuesday wounded an already-limping U.S. dollar and deflated U.S. Treasury yields. The collapse of his fellow Republicans' push to overhaul or repeal Obamacare in the U.S. Senate again raised doubts in financial markets about Trump's ability to enact tax cuts and infrastructure spending. The dollar fell 0.51 percent against a basket of key currencies, setting a 10-month low and extending its 2017 decline to more than 7 percent. "The setback for Trump is a setback for the U.S. dollar," said Kathy Lien, managing director at BK Asset Management in New York. "I think that really casts doubt on the Trump administration's broader strategies." Wall Street ended mixed after a heavy dose of corporate earnings, with the Dow industrials sagging and the Nasdaq Composite hitting a record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 54.99 points, or 0.25 percent, to 21,574.73. But the
Venkaiah Naidu bids adieu to BJP, files nomination for Vice President
(Image tweeted by @MVenkaiahNaidu)New Delhi: National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Vice-Presidential nominee M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said his endeavour will be to further strengthen Parliamentary democratic system, which is India's strength and beauty.Earlier in the day, Naidu filed his nomination for the upcoming Vice-Presidential election in the Parliament.Being honoured to be a candidate for the Vice-President of India, Naidu said he has been actively engaged in public life for over four decades."On being elected I will uphold traditions, standards set by the worthy predecessors and maintain dignity of office," Naidu said."Office of Vice President is a different profile, has its functional norms. I hope I will be able to do justice," he added.Thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah, Naidu said he has always treated the party as his mother who brought him to this level, as he lost his own mother at a very young age.An emotional Nai

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