Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is not alone in pressing for special category status for his state.
It seems drumbeats and petals showering have become a regular fete at Rajasthan State Congress Committee office in Jaipur.
The iron law of democracy prevailed in Rajasthan. The law stipulates that ruling parties don’t lose elections during their honeymoon period.
Nagaur, the Marwar heartland, is more known for its firebrand Jat politics than the fabled Makrana marbles.
Ramkesh Meena, a small-time shopkeeper in Sawai Madhopur vows to vote in favour of Congress candidate Namonaraian Meena in Sawai Madhopur.
Scions of four royal families in Rajasthan are in the electoral fray this time.
Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot in talks with ET said providing social security to the people is his government’s priority.
The Congress will have to set its house in order first before casting the first stone against Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa.
It’s not so much that availability of water has become a poll issue as its distribution has in irrigated areas of Rajasthan.
Royal blood continues to have relevance in Rajasthan. It’s not just the Scindia scion Vasundhara Raje who is in the electoral fray.
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