Milind Ghatwai The Indian Express Group
Thursday 21 November '13BJP had allocated each difficult seat to a senior leader and Bhopal North had come Chouhan's way.
Wednesday 20 November '13Of the 686 candidates of major political parties, 206, or 30 per cent, have declared criminal cases in their affidavits.
Wednesday20 November '13On the campaign trail with Jai Vardhan Singh, Cong candidate in Raghogarh
Tuesday19 November '13Gujarat CM insisted that BJP maintains political decorum & abides by boundaries of democracy.
Sunday17 November '13The BJP made some last minute changes to dole out more promises but stopped short of outdoing the Opposition.
Friday15 November '13Rao Udaypratap Singh, MP from Hoshangabad, defected to the ruling BJP Thursday.
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Tuesday12 November '13The Congress manifesto in Madhya Pradesh includes loan waivers and two-wheelers for students.
Monday11 November '13The veteran wields a clout in Vidhsha, part of the Lok Sabha constituency, a BJP pocket borough once represented by Atal Behari Vajpayee.
Monday11 November '13The party had issued form ‘B’ in favour of Kamal Parmar.
Friday8 November '13The list released Wednesday has 64 names, including that of Ishwardas's son Ashok.
Friday8 November '13Dhruvnarayan was replaced with Surendranath Singh in Bhopal.
Friday8 November '13A study by Election Commission has found that religion is the main reason for left-wing extremism affected areas to decide their votes.
Thursday7 November '13The threat of rebellion forced the party to ask the candidates not to file their nominations.
Thursday7 November '13Former MP Hemant Khandelwal will contest from Betul, and controversial former MLA Jalam Singh Patel from Narsinghpur.
Wednesday6 November '13The Congress leads from the front, having complained to the Election Commission over ‘diyas’, around Diwali.
Wednesday6 November '13The party has still not announced candidates for 33 seats, including three in Bhopal.
Saturday2 November '13Rahul Gandhi’s formula had been followed and no tainted legislator or candidate had been fielded.
Saturday2 November '13Says took permission from PCC to file papers on ‘auspicious’ day.
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