Vandita Mishra The Indian Express Group
Sunday 11 March '12Trinamool leader and Railways minister Dinesh Trivedi analyses the recent assembly election results, the rise of regional parties and his plan for the Railways.
Tuesday 6 March '12Following are the answers of the questions asked by readers on Assembly election results:
Sunday11 March '12As the election campaign raged in Uttar Pradesh, in one fraying home off a narrow lane in Badaun, a small town in the western part of the state, time appeared to stand still.
Tuesday6 March '12In case of debacle, Congress defence clear -- party and candidate (not Rahul) behind results.
Sunday4 March '12Claiming he feels ‘liberated, not lonely’, Singh has marched ‘1,080 km by foot’, held ‘270 rallies’, put up ‘379 candidates’.
Sunday4 March '12Singh claimed he has marched ‘1,080 km by foot’, held ‘270 rallies’, put up ‘379 candidates’.
Friday2 March '12Reports on the undercurrents from the villager’s home and how that is reflected on the campaigner’s stage
Wednesday29 February '12Close your eyes at a Rahul Gandhi rally in Shahbad, Rampur, and the resemblance is striking.
Tuesday28 February '12SP tries to convince voters goonda raj is behind it; BSP need not convince Dalits only one name matters.
Saturday25 February '12Far away from the UP heartland, in Noida the traffic ignores all red lights as it unseeingly races past parks and malls, half-built highrises loom like skeletons in states of undress — and the politic...
Saturday25 February '12What connects the two is that in both, political parties speak the language of aspiration.
Monday6 February '12Message from Punjab may echo in other states: can’t subvert state for the party
Monday30 January '12In the Punjabi kolaveri, the angsty male voice sings about “ik kudi, Pinky Moge-wali”
Friday27 January '12First time, a Hindu candidate in Tarn Taran but voters couldn’t care less
Thursday26 January '12First time, a Hindu candidate in Tarn Taran, but voters couldn't care.
Wednesday25 January '12Akalis have fought hard and fought dirty to win back the old bastion
Tuesday24 January '12Development and schemes replace panth-in-danger as keywords as parties seek to outdo each other with promises
Sunday8 January '12The Harit Bihar Abhiyan also requires them to send in photographic proof of the act.
Saturday7 January '12The Rajya Sabha MP, who is also party general secretary and a member of the SP’s parliamentary board, has been associated with “Netaji” (Mulayam Singh Yadav) since 1967.
Thursday29 December '11He is poised to go back to the Samajwadi Party, which he left in 2008.
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