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Gujarat Polls: blame game begins as Hardik Patel meets Rahul Gandhi

Patidar leader blames BJP of offering a bribe to join the party, while BJP denying the allegations accuses Congress of doing media stunt.

Rahul begins with the 2nd leg of election campaign to poll...

Rahul Gandhi embarked on a 3-day tour to Gujarat on 9 Oct, this is the 2nd phase of the party's four-phase Gujarat tour prior to the polls.

Farmers protest in Jaipur’s Nindar village; The government doesn’t seem to...

In Nindar Village of Jaipur, Farmers have been staging a unique protest to oppose land acquisition by JDA by burying themselves in neck-deep pits.

Narendra Modi in Udaipur : We have a habit of challenging...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his Visit to Udaipur, laid the foundation for a number of road projects & inaugurated the hanging bridge.

Gujarat Congress: 14 rebel MLAs expelled from the party

Gujarat Congress taking strict action against 14 rebel MLAs expelled them from the party for 6 years for violating the party's whip.

Gujarat Congress faces another jolt as 3 of its MLAs join...

Congress suffered another setback in Gujarat on Thursday as three of its MLAs quit the party to join the BJP.

Gujarat Congress fields Ahmed Patel for 5th Rajya Sabha term

Political advisor to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Ahmed Patel files his nomination for his fifth term in Rajya Sabha from Gujarat.

Political parties gear up for Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat

Ahead of the 8 August Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat, BJP and Congress holds meetings to discuss the names for the candidates to be nominated.

Resignation of Shankersinh is his biggest blunder: Ashok Gehlot

Gujarat Congress general secretary, Ashok Gehlot said that Shankersinh Vaghela has committed the biggest blunder by quitting the party.
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Amarinder Singh to become Punjab CM on March 16

After registering an emphatic win in Punjab, Amarinder Singh will take oath as the chief minister on March 16th. Congress won 77 out of 117 seats in the state.