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2019 Election News India: Rahul Gandhi Banks On Big Data’s Analysis To Counter PM Modi

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2019 Election News India, In February this year, Congress President Rahul Gandhi was shown a startling statistic if the Congress party had just focused on effectively managing polling booths across the country, its vote share would have increased by 4 %. The 44 seats it won in 2014 would have been at least 90. The party had to move with the times, Gandhi was told, and use big data to identify problem areas. Numbers don’t lie and the writing was on the wall the Congress had become a top-heavy partyRead More

For 2019 Lok Sabha Election BJP Sets Up Poll War Room In Every State

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in the process of starting a ‘war room’ in each state to prepare for the 2019 Lok Sabha Election, and most of these became functional by August 15, according to three party leaders familiar with the matter.“The war rooms in each state will be of different scale,” said one of the BJP leaders cited above who asked not to be named. The chief minister of one of the BJP-ruled states said on condition of anonymity that the instruction was to make the war roomsRead More

Uk Visit Of Rahul Gandhi’s Under Cloud As Parliament Event Changes Hands

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Congress president Rahul Gandhi is set for a two-day UK visit next week but the tour has been overshadowed by behind the scenes developments around one of his planned speaking arrangements. Gandhi will arrive in London on August 24 from Germany and was scheduled to address an event in the Houses of Parliament complex hosted by the Conservative Friends of India (CF India), a membership-led group that promotes links between the UK’s ruling Conservative Party and India. However, the event has now changed hands to be held in a differentRead More

The Former Prime Minister: Atal Bihari Vajpayee Whose Stories Always Had A Sting In The Tail

Atal Bihari Vajpayee Whose Stories Always Had A Sting In The Tail

There are some impressions that persist. My abiding impression of Atal Bihari Vajpayee was that he was never in a hurry. The picture of him walking unhurriedly through the corridors of Parliament, lazily greeting admirers who rushed to him; ambling slowly to the microphone to address an election meeting in some distant small town in northern India.   Vajpayee’s speeches were legendary. A visit to Shahid Minar in Kolkata as a 15-year-old to hear him address a Jana Sangh meeting. Vajpayee was late and I had to return, bitterly disappointed.He was seekingRead More