Why no one is bothered about migrants’ votes?
Though the candidates would want all communication and travel lines from Mumbai to Uttar Pradesh to remain open for the next few months to bring migrants home to cast their vote during the assembly elections, no effort is actually made by political parties or the Election Commission to engage them in the biggest democratic process in the country. Read more

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Chote Lal Chaurasia, a retired UP government official, walked into my room the other day. He was brimming with excitement. He giggled, he laughed as he shared his experience of meeting Rahul Gandhi in Delhi recently. Read more

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Ms Renu Narula , senior economics teacher at Loreto Convent School had following observations about the political system at a discussion held on the forthcoming elections in our office. Read more

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All of them had a personality and aura of their own. But somehow my vote went for the less sophisticated, less sung, Hindi speaking Raman Singh, chief minister of Chhattisgarh, as three chief ministers shared their vision at the HT Leadership Summit. Read more

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