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  • Mar 23, 2019 14:54
    Lok Sabha election 2019: Ajit Jogi, who left the Congress in 2015 to float his own party, is synonymous with Chhattisgarh politics as no election in the state is said to be complete without him. And his decision will also make it the first ever election... read more
  • Feb 04, 2019 23:19
    The Chhattisgarh police has registered an FIR against five people, including former chief minister Ajit Jogi, his son Amit Jogi and former PWD minister Rajesh Munat, in connection with the Antagarh tapes case. read more
  • Dec 27, 2018 08:12
    A group of Congress leaders involved in the election process in Chhattisgarh have prepared a report on the party’s success formula, which is likely to be replicated in other states. In the report, which HT has accessed, the leaders said the party implemented... read more
  • Dec 17, 2018 16:30
    Chhattisgarh Congress president Bhupesh Baghel, who has been named as the new chief minister, is credited with helping the party rise from the ashes of the deadly Maoist attack that wiped out the top party leadership of the state five years ago. read more
  • Dec 29, 2018 00:53
    Assembly elections 2018: At the aggregate level, the BSP has improved its performance by winning 10 seats across the three states, which is two more than what it won in 2013. However, this is still five seats fewer than what the party won in the 2008... read more
  • Dec 13, 2018 23:32
    K Chandrasekhar Rao took oath as the Chief Minister of Telangana on Thursday. The oath ceremony was held at Raj Bhavan in Hyderabad. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) headed by K Chandrasekhar Rao claimed 88 seats out of the total 119 Assembly seats. KCR became the first Chief Minister of Telangana when the state was formed in more
  • Dec 13, 2018 23:20
    Drama unfolds at the Congress headquarters of Madhya Pradesh as the name for the next chief minister is announced. State party chief Kamal Nath will be the next chief minister of the state. The Congress legislature party began its meeting at around 10.30 pm, many hours after Gandhi told reporters early on Thursday that a decision on the party’s three chief ministers would be taken soon. Congress has emerged as single largest party, ousting BJP in Rajasthan and emerged as the single largest party in Madhya more
  • Dec 16, 2018 14:13
    Assembly elections 2018: Baghel was entrusted with the task of reviving the Congress’ fortunes in the state after the party suffered a third consecutive defeat in Assembly polls in 2013. read more
  • Dec 12, 2018 19:51
    Jogi started Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (JCC) after quitting the Congress in June 2016. He tried to make the contest in the electorally bi-polar Chhattisgarh triangular and got into a pre-poll alliance with former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati’s... read more
  • Dec 12, 2018 19:23
    Raman Singh, who completed 5,000 days in August, is the only BJP CM after Modi to have won three assembly elections in a row. read more
  • Dec 12, 2018 10:25
    Because of Jogi’s historical association with the Congress, it was expected that the alliance would probably damage the Congress more than the BJP. But the reverse has happened. read more
  • Dec 13, 2018 12:09
    Chhattisgarh assembly election results 2018 LIVE : Chhattisgarh was the only state where voting was held in two phases. Congress won 68 seats in the 90-member assembly. read more
  • Dec 11, 2018 13:37
    Chhattisgarh elections results 2018: While exits polls had predicted a close contest between Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress, the Congress was way ahead of the ruling BJP as per early trends. read more
  • Dec 08, 2018 10:39
    Hindustan Times takes a look at what the exit polls predict for the two main parties in the fray in Chhattisgarh and whether Ajit Jogi will be able to play kingmaker in the state. The Chhattisgarh assembly has 90 seats, if you discount the one seat that goes to a nominee from the Anglo Indian community. In effect, 46 seats are needed to form the government. The 2013 assembly elections saw the BJP bagging 49 seats. The Congress won 39 seats. Mayawati’s BSP clinched one seat.The CSDS-ABP News poll suggests a fourth straight term for Raman Singh. It predicts a giant share of 52 seats in the 90 member assembly for the saffron party. In 2013, BJP had managed to grab 49 seats. The survey predicts 35 seats for Congress and 3 seats for others. India TV also predicts an edge for the BJP giving it 42-50 seats. The survey gives 32-28 seats to Congress, 6-8 seats for Jogi-BSP alliance and 1-3 seats to others. CVOTER-Republic TV however predicts a closer race. It gives the party 35-43 seats, 40-50 seats to the Congress and 3-7 seats to the Jogi-BSP alliance. However, Axis My India and India Today have stuck their neck out to predict a sweep for the Congress in Chhattisgarh, giving it 55-65 seats in the 90 member assembly. The survey gives 21-31 seats to BJP, a vastly reduced number from its 2013 seats. (Hindustan Times)read more
  • Dec 08, 2018 01:03
    Exit polls show a close contest between the ruling BJP and the Congress in Madhya Pradesh, with the surveys predicting starkly different results. Some exit polls show an edge for the ruling BJP in Madhya Pradesh while others predict a majority for the Congress. Cvoter-Republic TV has given an edge to the Congress in the state where Shivraj Singh Chouhan is seeking a 4th straight term. The survey gives the BJP 90-106 seats; to Congress it gives 110-126 seats and 6-22 seats to others. Madhya Pradesh has 230 seats and the majority mark for a party to win is 116. The Axis My India - India Today poll predicts a range of 102 to 120 seats for the BJP in the state. This survey gives 104 to 122 to the Congress indicating a tight race. ABP News- CSDS has predicted a win for Congress in Madhya Pradesh, giving 94 seats to the BJP, 126 to the Congress and 10 seats to others. However a Times NOW-CNX survey predicts a clear majority for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh with 126 seats. This one says that the Congress will win 89 seats, a marked improvement over its tally in the last election but still trailing the more