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Gujarat AAP leaders in Delhi to add poll punch
With just a few days left for the Delhi assembly poll campaign to end, leaders and workers of the Aam Aadmi Party from Gujarat are camping in the national capital to aggressively canvass for the......
The Kolis are the 'new factor' in Saurashtra politics
In Saurashtra, a region that sends 7 MPs to Parliament, four Koli candidates have been fielded by the Congress and three by the BJP. These numbers offer clear indication of how the scales are......
'I could never become Modi's yes-man'
'Corruption is rampant in every office in the state from the villages right up to Gandhinagar. I have witnessed all these issues first hand.' 'Before Narendra Modi became chief minister Gujarat......
Can AAP stop Modi?
Even a 6 percent vote-share would make AAP an important player on the national scene. The key lies in strategically concentrating AAP's vote, especially in the cities, so that it can break......
Litmus test for BJP rebel in Bhavnagar
As a ruling party MLA, he led an agitation to oust a cement plant but will the rebel against his own party government win the electoral battle that he has jumped into? Dr Kanubhai Kalsaria, a......
It's poor farmers vs Gujarat government and Nirma!
Mahuva is not Singur, nor is Nirma like Posco or Vedanta. But the Gujarat government's deception in granting land to rich Indian companies at as cheap a price as possible and the people's struggle......
Nirma's 'controversial' project gets govt nod
The Gujarat government has given its green signal to Nirma Ltd's controversial cement plant in Mahuva. \nThe company has been aiming to foray into cement production by setting up a 2.4 million......
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