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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 ...


INDIA ELECTION EYE


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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Gujarat assembly elections 2017: Controversial posters calling Rahul Gandhi 'Afzal ka yaar' spring up in Ahmedabad
Read in-depth stories, galleries, updates on Assembly Elections | Gujarat PollsAhmedabad: With the last phase of polling remaining in Gujarat Assembly elections, both the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party seem to be leaving no stone unturned to ensure their victory. The campaigning for the polls has witnessed several exchanges of jibes and allegations, and an equal share of controversies.The latest in the list of controversies is a poster of Rahul Gandhi with Salman Nizami, who BJP claims is a member of the Congress party.The poster carries a photograph of the Congress vice president with Nizami and the text on it says – “Afzal (Guru) ka jo yaar hai, woh desh ka gaddaar hai” (a friend of Afzal Guru is a traitor). It further claims that the photograph was taken when Nizami was campaigning for the Congress party in Gujarat.Posters seen in Ahmedabad #GujaratElection2017 pic.twitter.com/mikANGlENm— ANI (@ANI) December 10, 2017The posters, which have been put up in Ahmedabad,
Gujarat assembly elections 2017: 'Stop dragging us into India's elections' Pakistan charges
Read in-depth stories, galleries, updates on Assembly Elections | Gujarat PollsNew Delhi: Pakistan on Monday said India should “stop dragging” Islamabad into its electoral debates and termed PM Narendra Modi’s allegations of interference as “utterly baseless”.“India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on own strength rather than fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible,” Mohammad Faisal, spokesperson for Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said on Twitter.India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on own strength rather than fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible.— Dr Mohammad Faisal (@ForeignOfficePk) December 11, 2017Faisal’s tweet comes a day after Modi claimed at an election rally in Gujarat that Congress leaders held a “secret meeting” with current and former Pakistani officials following which Mani Shankar Aiyar's made
Gujarat assembly elections 2017: "Abhor outside interference," Govt responds to Pak tweet
Read in-depth stories, galleries, updates on Assembly Elections | Gujarat PollsNew Delhi: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on tweet by Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson: "Completely abhor outside interference in India's internal affairs. Pakistan's promotion of terrorism in India is well known but Pakistan must stop giving us lessons; we are proud of our democracy. Condemn this unwarranted statement."Pakistan's Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal had said on Twitter: India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on own strength rather than fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible." Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on Sunday claimed at an election rally that there was an attempt by Pakistan to interfere in the Gujarat polls. Modi also raised questions about the alleged appeal by former director general (DG) of the Pakistan Army Sardar Arshad Rafiq for making senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel chief mi
Gujarat assembly elections 2017: Modi, Rahul's Ahmedabad road shows cancelled after possible overlap
Read in-depth stories, galleries, updates on Assembly Elections | Gujarat PollsAhmedabad: Roadshows by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Ahmedabad on Tuesday cannot be held as the police has refused permission, citing security issues and public inconveniences, Anup Kumar Singh, Police Commissioner, Ahmedabad, said. There is a likelihood of an overlap in the road shows of PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi. Both roadshows would have passed crowded areas, which would have caused major inconveniences to people.Tuesday is the last day of campaigning for the second round of voting in Gujarat.The results will be announced on December 18.



 
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