Raman Singh was sworn-in as the chief minister of Chhattisgarh for the third consecutive time in Raipur on Thursday in the presence of senior BJP leaders, including party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. Ejaz Kaiser reports.
Jogi influenced the leadership to give tickets to his loyalists, preferred to campaign alone. Pradip Kumar Maitra reports.
Congress asked the EC to issue instructions to staff to count these ballots first as they can be used to alter results.
Mood in the four constituencies of Raipur city is a heady mix of suspense and elation. Pradip Kumar Maitra report.
Party strategists say Raman Singh will be back in power for a third term. Jaideep Sarin reports.
Second phase of campaigning ends.
Naresh Agarwal's remarks that a tea-seller can't make a good PM has invoked strong reaction from Modi and other BJP top guns. HT reports.
A divorce, a jail term, determined foes: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar fighting a lone battle?
The divorce between Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(U) and a few days of change in residence for Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Lalu Prasad – from 10, Circular Road in Patna to the Ranchi jail in Jharkhand – have totally changed the game that is played in Bihar.
Angry with the SP, convinced that the Congress is a losing proposition, unsure of AAP’s ability to win, and fearful that Mayawati may ally with the BJP in the future, Muslims have a difficult choice.