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Amid Chants Of ‘Cycle Todi 2022 Mein, Phir Todenge 2027 Mein’, It’s Early Holi For BJP In UP

LUCKNOW: As the results indicative of victory for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh started rolling out, the mood at the state party headquarters turned festive with the supporters playing holi. As soon as definitive trends emerged suggesting a second consecutive term for the BJP in the state, hundreds of party workers

People Voted For Nationalism, Good Governance; Rejected Dynastic Politics: Yogi Adityanath

LUCKNOW: After leading the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to a comfortable majority for the second time, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday asserted that the people voted for nationalism and good governance in this election, and called on the party workers to stay focused and accountable. The chief minister visited the party office

Opposition Failed To Read Pulse Of People: UP Minister Brajesh Pathak After BJP’s Big Win

LUCKNOW: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was confident of securing another term in Uttar Pradesh, State Law Minister Brajesh Pathak said on Thursday, adding that Opposition parties failed to read the pulse of the people in India’s most populous state. Pathak, who won the election from Lucknow Cantt seat, said that the Yogi Adityanath government

Akhilesh Pedals To Cross SP’s 2017 Tally, But Cycle Fails To Lift His Chopper Rallies

LUCKNOW (UTTAR PRADESH): Even as trends of the assembly election results showed BJP retaining power in Uttar Pradesh with a comfortable majority, former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party seemed to have improved its performance. Congress, however, put up one of its worst showing. Yadav was leading with a comfortable margin in his family pocket

Akhilesh Yadav Alleges EVM ‘Theft’, EC Refutes Charge

LUCKNOW: A day before counting of votes for the crucial Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, Samajwadi Party (SP) president and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has provided fresh fodder to the political rivalry with allegations of electronic voting machines (EVMs) fraud in the state. He claimed that EVMs had been transported in Varanasi without information to

Disillusioned Carpet Industry Of Bhadohi Wants A Supportive Govt

BHADOHI (UTTAR PRADESH): India’s Uttar Pradesh may be one of the largest states in the country in terms land area, but few know that it is also a hub of complex handcrafts industry. Sixteen kilometres from Varanasi is situated a small town called Bhadohi. As you drive closer, a prominent board reads: “Kaalin Nagri me

‘Once Mukhtar Roamed Freely, Now Confined To Wheelchair Due To Yogi’s Action Against Mafias’

MAU (UTTAR PRADESH): Once known for notoriety and mafia, Mau in Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh is all set for a triangular contest this time. People of the area credit Yogi Adityanath and his government for putting an end to an era of terror in the state post coming to power in 2017. As they

Double-Engine Govt To Return: UP Deputy CM Maurya Confident Of BJP Winning 300 Seats

VARANASI (UTTAR PRADESH): Reiterating his claim, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Saturday said that ruling BJP will return to power by winning more than 300 seats in the assembly elections. Speaking to The New Indian here, Maurya said that the “double-engine government”, a reference to BJP governments in the state as well as at the Centre,

EC Bars Don Mukhtar’s Son Abbas From Campaigning For 24 Hours For ‘Hisab-Kitab’ Remark

MAU (UTTAR PRADESH): Taking a strong note of the threatening remarks aimed at local government officials, the Election Commission of India (ECI) on Friday banned Abbas Ansari, son of jailed don-politician Mukhtar Ansari, from campaigning for 24 hours in the ensuing assembly elections. Abbas is contesting the assembly poll from Mau seat on the ticket

Shooter, No More, Don’s Boots To Fill? Bahubali’s Son Faces A Rajbhar On Rajbhar’s Ticket

MAU (UTTAR PRADESH): An international level shooter, Abbas Ansari easily gets lost in people in his assembly constituency that was once represented by his father Mukhtar Ansari, who is sitting inside a prison. Abbas, carrying on the tough countenance of his father, calls people of Mau his family and asks them to vote for change.

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