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FACTORS AT PLAY IN MAHARASHTRA AND HARYANA: RULING PARTY/ALLIANCE CORRUPTION

Though NCP has announced unconditional outside support to BJP for forming the government in Maharashtra, when Narendra Modi addressed NCP as ‘naturally corrupt party’ during campaigning in the run-up to the assembly polls, it was not without reasons. 393 more words

INDIAN POLITICS

BJP to focus on southern states after big gains in Maharashtra, Haryana

BJP to focus on southern states after big gains in Maharashtra, Haryana

#MODIfyingIndia : Indian across the country adopting Modi's Development Mantra

#MODIfyingIndia : Indian across the country adopting Modi’s Development Mantra

Winning election in two states, maybe a small step for BJP but its a huge step in the right direction, people across… 599 more words

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Maharastra and haryana Election Results

Bhartiya Janta Party again faces as a Big Political party after this Election Results and in haryana BJP will be Configure separate Government and in Maharastra BJP looking for alliance with SHIVSENA within some of the hours decision will be declares. 8 more words

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The Hindu - Did ‘deal’ with Dera help BJP in Haryana?

Chander Suta Dogra

Chandigarh, 19 October 2014. As the campaign for the Haryana Assembly election drew to a close, the BJP pulled a rabbit out of its hat in the form of support from the controversial Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda, which commands a huge following in at least six districts. 323 more words

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The Tribune - BJP sets the ball rolling for government formation in states

Vibha Sharma, Tribune News Service

New Delhi, October 19. The BJP’s top decision-making body — the Parliamentary Board — today appointed observers for consultations with the state leadership on government formation in Maharashtra and Haryana. 441 more words

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BBC News - India's BJP set to rule Maharashtra and Haryana

Mumbai/Chandigarh, 20 October 2014. India’s BJP is set to form governments in Maharashtra and Haryana, after the party won the elections in both states.

Last week’s elections were PM Narendra Modi’s first major test of popularity five months after he led his BJP to a landslide general election win. 231 more words

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