Thursday, 20 January, 2022
TopicHaryana elections

Topic: Haryana elections

Dushyant Chautala to meet party MLAs, his father in Tihar to decide JJP’s next move

Dushyant Chautala has yet to announce whether his JJP party will support BJP or Congress, though party sources say he might meet Amit Shah soon.

Haryana shows BJP isn’t invincible in assembly polls. But here’s what saves it in the end

Haryana election result is a good reminder that under a slowing economy, parties with formidable state leaders can challenge Modi-Amit Shah's ambition.

5 seats to keep an eye on as counting for Haryana assembly elections begins

From CM Khattar’s Karnal to Congress leader Bhupinder Hooda’s Garhi Sampla-Kiloi, these 5 seats have star power or the potential for a close battle.

Has lack of strong opposition in Maharashtra and Haryana made the elections a no-contest?

As Maharashtra and Haryana go to the polls Monday, the BJP has been campaigning against an almost-absent opposition.

Campaigning ends in Maharashtra and Haryana, over to 10.81 crore voters now

Maharashtra and Haryana will vote on 21 October. BJP is seeking a second straight term in both. Verdict on 24 October.

On Camera

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How England’s dying industrial towns became the West’s largest jihad factory

Malik Faisal Akram had no known affiliation with jihadist groups. Ideas that led him to take hostages in a Texas synagogue seeped into his mind almost by osmosis.

NTPC looks to coal imports to avoid new power crunch

India’s largest electricity producer is aiming to secure cargoes starting from April, when power consumption in India typically surges on summer cooling demand.

Defence

File photo of IAF drone seen flying in Leh on 18 Nov 2020 | ANI

Indian firm gets foothold in prized global ‘kamikaze’ and armed drones market

Global demand for loitering munition & armed drones saw a jump after Azerbaijan was able to defeat superior Armenian armed forces in 2020 with the help of these systems.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US.
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