At a joint SP-RLD Parivartan Sandesh rally organised in Meerut on Tuesday, the leaders gave the call for 'change' in 2022 ousting the ruling BJP.
However, they remained tightlipped on the seat-sharing formula between the two parties as was expected.
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Classical Tamil Chairs in five SE Asian universities soon: CM
The State government will take steps to create Classical Tamil Chairs in five universities in South east Asian countries, Chief Minister MK Stalin said on Saturday.
Tribal women start co-op unit to market forest produce in Nilgiris
India seek to keep quarters hopes alive
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Disabled to get permanent ramp to hit sea at Marina
New 200-m long wooden ramp to cost ₹2.5 crore; activists want lifeguards and floating wheelchairs operated by trained swimmers
Aspirants driving growth & removing barriers: PM
In interaction with aspirational districts, Modi says 1 & 1 become 11
Utpal Parrikar quits BJP after denied Panaji seat
IN a big jolt to the ruling BJP in Goa, Utpal Parrikar, son of former Union minister late Manohar Parrikar, quit the party on Friday and announced his independent candidature from Panaji.
Jai Bhim officially eligible to compete at 94th Academy Awards
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Vaccines don't cause infertility: US study
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Now, CLAPP to help cops apply for leaves
CHIEF Minister MK Stalin on Friday launched the mobile application 'CLAPP (Complete Leave APP)' at an event held at the Secretariat.
Digital commerce platform next ‘UPI moment, says Goyal; bets on start-ups
THE Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) is the next 'UPI moment, as it will enable interoperability between e-commerce companies and will also provide new opportunities for start-ups to grow.
India Election Body Struggles With Scale Of Fake Information
When India’s Election Commission announced last month that its code of conduct would have to be followed by social media companies as well as political parties, some analysts scoffed, saying it lacked the capacity and speed required to check the spread of fake news ahead of a multi-phase general election that begins April 11.
India At A Crossroads
India is known as the land of contradictions, and recent events do little to undermine that reputation.
More than 300 seats, says Shah as he hits the ground running in Kairana
UNION Home Minister and senior BJP poll strategist Amit Shah on Saturday hit the ground in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh by launching a door-to-door campaign in Kairana. Canvassing votes for party candidate Mriganka Singh, Shah reiterated the slogan of ‘abki baar 300 paar’ (this time beyond 300 seats).
Shah visits Kairana
Amit Shah receives a flower from a child during his door-to-door campaign.
Amit Shah begins door-to-door campaign, meets exodus-affected families in Kairana
Previous govt tried to create Kashmir in UP, we stopped it: Yogi
IN AN interaction with a select few people and party workers here after a door-to-door campaign Saturday, CM Yogi Adityanath said those in power in UP in 2012 (Samajwadi Party) were trying to create a “Kashmir like" situation in the state, by“engineering an exodus in Kairana".
Nadda reviews election preparations in Bijnor
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda on Friday took stock of the preparations for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, in a meeting with party leaders in Bijnor district.
LS privileges panel summons CS, DGP over Bandi's plaint
Sanjay being taken to prison in Karimnagar
BJP-ruled MCD looting funds meant for school children: AAP
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IDEOLOGIES ARE DEAD, LONG LIVE INDIVIDUALS
In a democracy, a government is the product of ideological conflict resolution. But not anymore. In most democracies today, individuals are ideologies themselves and voters often ignore their political outlook.