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Art auction party: AAP's new tool to raise money - Ritika Chopra, Economic Times
Art Auction Party - Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), something of a pioneer in innovative means of political funding, will now raise money via an online art auction. Falling majorly behind its target of raising. Rs 100 crore for the Lok Sabha election campaign, AAP is now thinking of new fund raising pitches - the art auction is one of them.
AAP and the burden of legacy - Rupa Subramanya, Business Standard
He came, he conquered and then, he retreated. The story of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s tumultuous 49 days in power in Delhi, under its mercurial leader Arvind Kejriwal, resonates through the unfolding election campaign.
AAP wages poster war on Modi Sarkar - Heena Kausar, Mail Today
The BJP's Lok Sabha election tagline, 'Abki Baar Modi Sarkar' can be seen and heard everywhere on TV, radio and billboards. But more heads have turned with the jokes and puns on the tagline going viral on social networking sites.
Confident BJP ventures into Kerala’s red pockets - Shaju Philip, Indian Express
The RSS’s legwork and a changing political culture in Kannur has encouraged the BJP to campaign in CPM strongholds that the Sangh Parivar had considered out of bounds until recently. Kannur district, which straddles the Kannur and Vatakara seats, has several red bastions where the BJP was not allowed to enter. Even on polling day, CPM musclemen would allow only its men as booth agents.
In Gopinath Munde’s Beed, the curious case of 39 candidates - Kavitha Iyer, FirstPost
Drive just 150 kilometres south of Aurangabad, one of Maharashtra's top five industrial districts, and you're in parched, scorching Beed. Outside the airconditioned refuge of the vehicle, it's 39 degrees Celsius well before noon, but it's not the heat that has election staff sweating.
76 lakh voters kick off India’s grand election - Arun George, FirstPost
Will any one party get a simple majority or will there be a hung Parliament? Will it be Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi or a regional satrap who will head the next government? In over a month from now, we will know the answers to these pressing questions, after India's 81 crore voters will decide which 545 candidates will go to the Lok Sabha.
A close battle for Cong despite an edge - Sushanta Talukdar, Hindu
The eight North-Eastern States together have just 25 Lok Sabha seats between them. However, in an era of coalition politics, the election results here matter for both the major players — the Congress and the BJP. With 14 seats, Assam accounts for the majority in this block. Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Tripura having two seats each and Nagaland, Mizoram and Sikkim just the one. The polling in the region is scheduled in four phases starting tomorrow and thereafter on April, 9, 12 and 24.
With no voter cards, Tibetans have to wait to cast their votes - Geeta Gupta, IE
It is after more than 50 years that the Indian government and the Tibetan government-in-exile have eased their stand on the future of over 1.5 lakh Tibetans living in-exile in India, finally giving them Indian citizenship and voting rights. What prevails on ground, however, is some happiness and cheer, a lot of confusion, and a fear of losing their dream of a free homeland.
Muslims wary of Congress, take hard look at AAP - Naveed Iqbal, IndianExpress
To Allah Rakha Khan, security means little more than being able to sell fruit at a street corner and be able to feed his family everyday. The 45-year-old fruit vendor from Jamia Nagar says he has never seen a politician come up to his door to ask for his vote. He has been to many political rallies where each time, he was reminded how important the Muslims are to the “secular fabric” of the country.
Bumpy ride for ajit singh in baghpat - Pioneer
The parliamentary constituency of Baghpat, popularly described as the Jat capital of Western Uttar Pradesh, may be the smallest constituency in terms of number of total voters in the State but the stakes are too high specially for political heavyweight Ajit Singh facing an uphill task to retain the seat.
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Election Calendar 2012

By-Elections   June 2

Assembly Constituencies

Neyyanttinkara

Kerala

Cortalim

Goa

By-Elections   June 12

Parliamentary Constituency

Nellore

Andhra Pradesh

Assembly Constituencies

Maheshwar (SC)

Madhya Pradesh

Nalchar (SC)

Tripura

Daspur

West Bengal

Bankura

West Bengal

Mant

Uttar Pradesh

Pudukkottai

Tamil Nadu

Tirupati

Andhra Pradesh

Allagadda

Andhra Pradesh

Rajampet

Andhra Pradesh

Rayachoti

Andhra Pradesh

Parkal

Andhra Pradesh

Ongole

Andhra Pradesh

Narasannapeta

Andhra Pradesh

Payakaraopet (SC)

Andhra Pradesh

Anantapur Urban

Andhra Pradesh

Yemmiganur

Andhra Pradesh

Rayadurg

Andhra Pradesh

Kodur (SC)

Andhra Pradesh

Udayagiri

Andhra Pradesh

Narasapuram

Andhra Pradesh

Prathipadu (SC)

Andhra Pradesh

Ramachandrapuram

Andhra Pradesh

Macherla

Andhra Pradesh

Polavaram (ST)

Andhra Pradesh

Kaij (SC)

Maharashtra

Hatia

Jharkhand

Presidential Election:

To be held before July 24

Vice- Presidential Election:

To be held before  August 10

International Elections

Egypt

Presidential 1st  Round

23-May

Presidential 2nd Round

16-Jun

Mexico

Presidential

1-Jul

Venezuela

Presidential

7-Oct

United States

Presidential

6-Nov

South Korea

Presidential

Dec

 
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