Tag: 2024 Loksabha Election

Why coalition politics is good for democracy

With the help of mainstream media, the Narendra Modi-led BJP spread one of the biggest propaganda campaigns in the electoral history of India, claiming that the Opposition was nowhere...

Ayodhya sends out message to those ‘playing politics’ in Lord Ram’s name

The people of Ayodhya have sent a resounding message...

Investigate suspicious stock market surge and fall: former Sec to the GOI

Former Secretary to the Government of India, EAS Sarma has raised sharp questions related to the questionable stock market surge and then collapse over the past week and demanded that ED, CBI and CBDT investigated the matter thoroughly

Against the tide: The women who fought and won in the 18th Lok Sabha against the ruling regime

From retention of seats by Mahua Moitra, Supriya Sule to the emergence of younger women, such as Iqra Hasan and Saroj, the 18th Lok Sabha saw many women succeeding

Former MP Kirit Somaiya labels Mumbai’s Muslim community as ‘Bangladeshi’

After BJP’s Mihir Kotecha lost in the Lok Sabha elections, BJP’s Somaiya has taken to blaming the loss on Muslims and has called Muslims from Mankhurd ‘Bangladeshi.’

What A Relief!

Several people phoned this morning to say that after...

In the seat of Lord Ram, real life issues win the day in 2024 LS polls, Awadesh Prasad wins by 54, 567 votes

SP Dalit leader who triumphed over BJP in Ayodhya a non-reserved constituency brought back memories of 1989 when a CPI candidate, Mitrasen Yadav had defied the polarised frenzy of the LK Advani-led rath yatra

Elections 2024: 23 Muslim Legislators represent 180 million Muslims in the 18th Lok Sabha

In 2019, General Lok Sabha witnessed the lowest Muslim Representation at only 22 MPs, while the Muslim community is second largest population of India; this number goes up by one in 2024

Unboxing the Inbox: Decoding the “Viksit Bharat Sampark” Controversy and its Shadow over Indian Elections

Mass WhatsApp campaign by Indian government raises questions about data privacy, ethics, and the fairness of elections.

ECI Press conference ahead of polling day, BJP puts its two bits in, concerns on counting of postal ballots etc. remain

In an unexpected press conference the day before counting day, June 4, CEC Kumar dismisses Opposition and independent citizens’ concerns over polling exercise, asks for proof of attempts to influence elections

Maharashtra State Committee of CPI (M) releases absolute figures of polled votes countrywide

CPI (M) also notes that the ECI has not provided the absolutes number of the seventh phase of polling, and has therefore taken the "absolute numbers" (not completely verified) based on the polled percentage from voter TurnOut App