All stories by Prashant Thakor
Has Modi ensured 16 seats in Ahmedabad with his mega roadshow?Rediff.com4 Dec 2022
Like other cities of Gujarat, voters of this bustling urban centre have been standing firmly behind the saffron party since the early 90s.
BJP's Solanki in fray despite ill-health, Congress hopes anti-incumbency will get himRediff.com28 Nov 2022
Five-time MLA Parshottam Solanki, who is also known as 'Bhai' among his followers, has been winning Bhavnagar-Rural with a comfortable margin.
Will poll equations change in Morbi after bridge tragedyRediff.com6 Nov 2022
Though the Patidar-dominated Morbi Assembly seat in Gujarat is considered a stronghold of the Bharatiya Janata Party, the poll equations this time may change due to many factors, including the recent bridge tragedy which claimed 135 lives, political observers say.
Crematoriums, graveyards in Morbi witness influx of dead bodiesRediff.com2 Nov 2022
Sajid Piludia of Morbi's biggest graveyard for Sunni Muslims said nearly 40 members of the Muslim community lost their lives in the incident.
Ahead of PM's visit, Morbi hospital gets a faceliftRediff.com1 Nov 2022
Workers were seen cleaning and painting a portion of the 300-bed hospital, which is a ground plus two-storey structure of three wings, ahead of Modi's visit later Tuesday.
Can Congress breach BJP stronghold of 'diamond city' Surat?Rediff.com7 Dec 2017
Surat -- Gujarat's diamond city and the epicentre of the Patidar quota movement -- is set for a tough assembly poll battle as the Congress has added the face of the Patidar agitation Hardik Patel to its arsenal this time.
Caste politics may be a game changer in Gujarat pollsRediff.com5 Dec 2017
While the Congress is elated to see the new caste dynamics coming to its rescue, the BJP still believes that no one is leaving its ship.
Lesser known parties bring out out-of-the-box manifestos in GujRediff.com15 Apr 2014
Armed with out-of-the box manifestos that promise abolition of income tax and unemployment allowance to educated youth, 48 Lok Sabha candidates of 21 lesser known parties have jumped in the poll fray in Gujarat.