WB post-poll violence: ‘More than 200 displaced’ and 74 complaints received

The Calcutta High Court heard a PIL calling for an investigation into the violence that happened after the declaration of assembly poll results on May 2, 2021.  Delhi: Over 200 people were displaced and are out of their homes during the pandemic in the violence that followed the declaration of assembly poll results in the […]

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Supreme Court hears pleas on post-poll violence in West Bengal and the Narada case

Petitioners ask for a Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe and humanitarian relief for the victims of post-poll violence that occurred after the election results were declared on May 2, 2021. DELHI- The Supreme Court’s (SC) Vacation Bench presided by Justice Vineet Saran and BR Gavai have sought a response from the West Bengal government on […]

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Twitter Removes Kangana

Twitter has said that violating its rules would mean indulging in violence, harassment and behavior that discourages people from expressing themselves, diminishing the value of global public conversation.  Bangalore: Twitter suspended actress Kangana Ranuat’s account, on Tuesday, May 4 morning stating the actor violated Twitter’s rules. The actress had tweeted on May 4 criticizing the […]

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BJP Spokesperson Makes Corruption Allegations

BJP Spokesperson for Bengaluru brings attention to corruption in city bureaucracy. Bengaluru, 11 April 2019 By Ajay Ramanathan The BJP spokesperson for Bengaluru City and Urban District, Ramesh NR accused the members of the Karnataka Road Development Corporation(KRDCL)  of corruption.  Ramesh noted that 13 officials including members of the Public Works Department had issued tenders […]

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Is Bangalore Central Ready for a ‘One Man Army’?

Prakash seeks no extra support by major political parties and says he’s ready for the elections. By Jignasa Sinha Bangalore, April 11, 2019 Prakash Raj, the actor turned politician contesting independently from the Bangalore Central constituency discussed his election campaign at Cubbon Park today. Recently, he filed his nomination for the current Lok Sabha Elections. […]

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Hakki Pikki Tribe Unhappy With the Present Government

Residents of the colony feel left out. By Saloni Arora Bengaluru, April 11, 2019: Residents of the  Hakki Pikki colony, an area situated in the outskirts of Bengaluru, are unhappy with the present government due to their unfulfilled promises. The 2019 Lok Sabha elections are scheduled to be held in seven phases starting April 11 […]

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Khushboo Calls Opposition “Bhartiya Jumla Party” 

Khushboo Sundar attacked the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in a press conference held by Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, April 10, 2019 The Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) held a press conference today at their office. Khushboo Sundar, the speaker and a Congress National speaker, spoke about the Congress Manifesto which was […]

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Small Political Parties Fail to Campaign Adequately

Small political parties have failed to campaign on a large scale when compared to that of the national party. By Rohit Chatterjee Bengaluru April 10, 2019 The election campaign for the first phase of the Lok Sabha poll has ended. National parties have campaigned to attract voters in every possible way. However, the small parties […]

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Bhartiya Janata Party is a School for Young Politicians

By Surbhi Jain Bengaluru, April 8, 2019 Former Deputy Chief Minister (CM) of Karnataka R Ashok, talked about why Tejasvi Surya has been taken as the major candidate for Bengaluru South for the Lok Sabha Elections of 2019. At the Press Meet at Bengaluru Press Club today R Ashok mentioned, “BJP is the youth school […]

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