Election 2019

The assembly election results last year had been taken as a sign of revival for the Rahul Gandhi-led party.
The former law minister says the Election Commission is going easy on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Mamata Banerjee also said also said that Narendra Modi’s promise of bringing ‘achche din’ to the country was “fake and hollow”.
PM Modi's supporters never seem to want to take their masks off while cameras are rolling, writes Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi in a new book.
The Samajwadi Party founder has buried the hatchet with arch-rival Mayawati to try and keep the BJP from repeating its 2014 performance in Uttar Pradesh.
India's richest man's endorsement of Congress candidate Milind Deora is a significant development in the current political climate, say political observers.
Addressing a rally in Korba, Modi said it has become a fashion for the “naamdar” to speak in derogatory terms.
This was after a large sum of cash was allegedly seized from the DMK candidate’s office a few days ago.
The union minister reportedly said that development work in villages will be prioritised according to how many votes the BJP got from there.
Restrictions on sale of liquor and open air music have affected hotel bookings, says body of tourism industry in Goa.
As India votes, watch some of the best political films to emerge in recent times.
The film star-turned-politician just made a remark on the monkey menace in Vrindavan.
Ravikant's award in Hindi literature was cancelled because he criticized the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.
A new book has some key signals, indicators and trends to look out for while tracking this big election.
The convener of the Congress' manifesto committee explains in an interview how the party will keep its key promises, including NYAY, jobs, AFSPA and sedition law, if it comes to power.
At election rallies in recent weeks the BJP has played up the airstrikes and a subsequent anti-satellite missile test that Modi hailed as making India a military space power.
Vijay Shankar Pandey is contesting from the nerve centre of Ram Temple politics.
Maulana Syed Kalbe Jawad Naqvi says Yogi Adityanath's language is ticking off Shia Muslims.