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Who wins in “Vijayanama”?

| April 3, 2013 | 2 Comments

(By V.Sai Vijay) Hyderabad, April 3 (TMS): Next Ugadi, the new Telugu New Year “Vijayanama Samvathsaram” ahead posed a million dollar question as who would be victorious in the coming three elections – Panchayatiraj, MPP and ZPP in a row and the massive Municipal elections including the 2014 race. If the Speaker N Manohar is […]

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Mody is campaign chief for 2014

| June 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

New Delhi, June 9 (TMS):  With the appointment of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi as the chairman of the all India publicity committee for the coming elections, it is now obvious that he would be the prime ministerial candidate. Bharatiya Janata Party working committee which met in Panaji, Goa, officially declared Mody as the chief […]

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Dilemma on Kiran Party’s symbol

| March 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad, March 11 (TMS): A dilemma is being continued on Kiran’s new party’s symbol in “Jai Samaikyandhra” camp. The party name “Jai Samaikyandhra” was already registered by the Ex-MP Chundru Sri Hari Rao and “Shoe” symbol was allotted to it by the Election Commission of India. Kiran Kumar Reddy is now would like to change […]

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Snap polls in Nov?

| March 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

(By Kamalapathi Rao Hindupuram) Hyderabad, March 23 (TMS): Will there be snap polls in the counrry. Going by the current political standards there were indications emanating from New Delhi that general elections may be held in November and the party chairperson Sonia Gandhi had the whole issue (grounds for mid-term elections and on the prospective candidates) […]

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Civic polls ahead of bye-polls?

| April 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad, April 12 (TMS): Ahead of bye-elections to the 18 Assembly constituencies, will the State Government rally its forces and recommend the long-pending elections to the Municipalities in the State is a debatable topic. The Municipal Administration Minister M Mahidhar Reddy informed media persons in Rahamundry today that the NKR government is keen on facing […]

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67 in bye poll race

| March 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad, March 3 (Crime News): In all 67 candidates are in the bye elections race for seven seats in seven assembly constituencies. Nine in Kamareddy in Nizamabad district, six in Adilabad district, five in Station Ghanapur in Warangal district, 11 in Nagar Kurnool, nine in Kollahpur, 13 in Mahaboobnagar district and 14 in Kovvur in […]

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Cong set to win in Karnataka polls: survey

| April 26, 2013 | 1 Comment

  Bengaluru, April 26 (TMS): According to a pre-poll survey the Congress party is likely to win back its mandate in Karnataka, which was captured by the saffron brigade.   Congress is projected to get a simple majority in the 224-member Karnataka Assembly in the May 5 elections, ousting the first BJP government in South India, according […]

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Curbs for by-polls

| March 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad, March 16 (Crime News): The Chief Elector Officer has said that no election campaign will be allowed from today after 5 pm. With the election campaign coming to an end today the Chief Electoral Officer Bhanwar Lal today briefed the media persons about the restrictions also placed in the seven constituencies where bye-elections would […]

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Arrangements ready for March 18, by-polls

| February 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad, Feb 29 (Crime News): State electoral officer Bhanwar Lal informed here today that arrangements have been made for seven by-polls scheduled for March 18. Each candidate will have to spend less than Rs 16 lakhs and the candidates are expected to file their accounts to the returning officers. A central observer will be appointed […]

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Social media may influence 160 Lok Sabha seats

| April 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Social media is likely to influence politics and elections in 160 of India’s 543 Parliament constituencies, making Facebook and Twitter users the nation’s newest voting bloc, a new study suggests.       Taking Social Media too seriously? In these mostly urbanizing constituencies, social-media usage is now “sufficiently widespread” to influence the outcome of […]

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