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.
You are probably going to notice this in my writing as well, so let me point it out before you do. Don’t you think that there is a huge gulf between what we considered the issues of the election during the campaign and what we now regard as the issues that swung the election.
In the last five years, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has come full circle in Delhi politics — from a potential alternative to the Congress to a non-player, reports Atul Mathur.
After his elder brother, former Outer Delhi MP Sajjan Kumar (64), was removed as a candidate from South Delhi the mantle fell on Ramesh.
The women crying quietly outside AIADMK supremo J. Jayalalithaa’s Poes Garden residence in North Chennai after the sun had set — factually and literally — said it all, reports Nandini R Iyer.
The May 16 verdict is not a mandate for continuity; it is a vote for change. People never vote for the status quo. They vote in hope, they vote for better times, they vote for change. In this election, in substantial swathes of India, Rahul Gandhi came to represent change, writes Ashok Malik.
Jharkhand polled on expected lines. The JMM-Congress alliance caved in with the BJP winning eight out of the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand. The election results were a setback for the RJD as well. The party lost both the Palamu and Chatra seats it had won in 2004, reports Gautam Mazumdar.
Last June, as farmer suicides hit an average of three a day in eastern Maharashtra’s cotton belt of Vidarbha, over three crore letters signed ‘Manmohan Singh’ went out to farmers across India’s villages.
As the whole nation eagerly awaits the poll results, the Election Commission today promised to provide speedy and real-time results on its website on Saturday.
The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will do better this year than it did in 2004, when it won 19 of Uttar Pradesh’s 80 seats. But it is unlikely to live up to its own performance in the 2007 assembly polls. The 217 seats it won then translate into 43 of the state’s 80 Lok Sabha seats.
Polling began in Baramulla and Ladakh parliamentary constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir in the fifth and final phase amid tight security arrangements in view of the 50-hour strike and poll boycott call given by separatists.
Unprecedented security arrangements have been made for tomorrow's third and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal, with the Election Commission describing this leg as "a critical phase of the elections".
Women are driving the vote in Uttarakhand, home to 10 million people, and have made development issues central to the elections on May 13. Sanchita Sharma reports.
Will Manmohan Singh be able to repeat Atal Bihari Vajpayee's feat who came back for a second consecutive term as prime minister breaking a 20-year jinx.
All arrangements have been made to ensure peaceful, transparent and fair polls for the lone Lok Sabha seat in the union territory of Puducherry and its enclaves Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam on May 13, District Election Officer cum Returning Officer G Ragesh Chandra said on Saturday.
Pappu doesn’t live in a posh South Delhi colony anymore. Middle-class voters turned up in massive numbers at polling booths to exercise their franchise, reports Sidhartha Roy.