It tracks stories of people's endeavours directed towards seeking change in the system at the time of elections. Moreover, it will address the issues of Indian citizens - corruption, upliftment, securiy for women, general security - vital to bring the desired changes that will make India a nation of their dreams.
Though six children go missing from Delhi everyday on an average, not a single candidate has taken up the issue. Jaya Shroff Bhalla reports.
It's raining discounts and other offers this May in Delhi. And all you have to do to avail yourselves of them is to flaunt the "black-ink mark" - proof that you have exercised your right to vote. All those who would vote on May 7 could get designer clothes, books, mugs and wristbands.
After its bitter experience with the Congress over seat sharing in Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party is contesting on its own in Madhya Pradesh and has fielded candidates in 18 out of the total 29 Lok Sabha seats there for the ongoing general elections.
The system has failed to tackle the problem and, ironically, none of the political parties have been vocal about the issue during election campaigning. But a sliver of hope is offered by two cooperative housing societies in Indraprastha Extension in east Delhi. Nivedita Khandekar reports.
With increasing incidents of footwear missiles targeting politicians, a citizens' group in this city has asked voters not to "hurt" politicians by hurling shoes at them but to express their opposition by voting.
“You had contested the last Lok Sabha election on my behalf. You are contesting this election too,” said Sonia Gandhi at her only meeting in Rae Bareli.
As the megapolis of 19 million goes to poll, political strategists of mainstream parties will give an eye and more to get just a hint as to what direction the wind is blowing.
Netas doling out rash promises, watch out. A voter from Mumbai has knocked the doors of the Supreme Court to make it binding on political parties to fulfil promises made in their manifestos.
The stars trooped out and so did villagers on Thursday as millions of poor and the affluent voted in the third leg of India's general elections that even veteran politicians admitted was destined to give the country another coalition government.
Tens of thousands defied death threats from Pakistan-based terrorists to vote on Thursday in the Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency in the Kashmir Valley.
A group of academics have alleged that the HRD ministry’s appointment on Wednesday of Hamidullah Bhatt as director of National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language is in violation of the model code of conduct.
The opposition Congress on Saturday appealed to the Election Commission to deploy at least five personnel of the central security forces in each polling booth to ensure “free and fair polling.”
Several urban Indians across India and foreign shores have been making the journey to their hometown to vote. For Indians living abroad, voting is the only way to make a difference to the Govt. Ruchira Hoon
Age has not withered their spirit nor has it daunted their belief in the electoral process as senior citizens in the national capital seek to keep their tryst with democracy, even braving long queues at poll booths.
For politicians in Assam, it is now time to hone their arithmetic skills as leaders are busying themselves in trying to calculate the number of votes they have got in the recently concluded parliamentary polls.