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MonitorIndia : Political - Mayawati needs to win back non-Jatav voters to revive her party’s fortunes in Uttar Pradesh
Published by Live Mint on Sat, Jul 29 2017. 01 49 AM IST Read More 
BAHUJAN SAMAJ PARTY   BSP   BSP VOTERS   MAYAWATI   UTTAR PRADESH
 
 
MonitorIndia : Political - The BJP wasted no time on Wednesday to come to the support of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who resigned from the post citing certain ‘circumstances’ that prevailed in Bihar.“We are not in favour of mid-term elections,” Union minister JP Nadda had said after BJP’s parliamentary board meeting. “The BJP is committed to politics of development and stability. We welcome the fight against corruption in Bihar.”
Published by Hindustan Times on Jul 27, 2017 10:15 IST Read More 
BJP   JDU   Nitish Kumar   Sushil Kumar Modi
MonitorIndia : Political -The NDA's candidate for President, Ram Nath Kovind, will become India's 14th President, having obtained 65.65 percent of votes from the electoral college. His opponent, the joint Opposition candidate Meira Kumar, lags far behind with a mere 34.35 percent.Kovind got the votes of 522 Members of Parliament while Kumar bagged the votes of 225 MPs. As many 771 elected MPs were eligible to cast their ballot.
Published by Times of India on Jul 20, 2017, 08:27 PM IST Read More 
Amit Shah   Meira Kumar   Narendra Modi   NDA   Ram Nath Kovind
 
MonitorIndia : Political - The multiple fronts at which Madhur Bhandarkar is being attacked is a good pointer as to why seldom Indian filmmakers, especially mainstream filmmakers, venture into making biographies or historical drama in a serious manner
Published by Hindustan Times on Jul 17, 2017 21:17 IST Read More 
Central Board of Film Certification   Indira Gandhi   Indu Sarkar controversy

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MonitorIndia : Political -Non-resident Indians may be able to cast vote soon as the Supreme Court on Friday asked the Union government to take a decision within a week to give voting rights to NRIs either by amending Representation of the People Act or the Rules
Published by Times of India on Jul 15, 2017, 02:03 AM IST Read More 
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