Advertisement

RSSCategory: Politics

UP Assembly Elections – A Manifesto for Muslims

| October 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Uttar Pradesh has the largest chunk of Muslim population in India. The community should press parties to include plans for their betterment in their manifesto for the 2017 elections. By Syed Zafar Mahmood It is ten years since Sachar Committee presented its Report on the socio-economic and educational status of Muslims in India. It was […]

Continue Reading

Assembly Elections in Uttar Pradesh – Unifying Muslim Choices

Assembly Elections in Uttar Pradesh – Unifying Muslim Choices

| September 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nearly a fourth of the 403 Assembly seats could be considered low-hanging fruits for Muslim electorate only if they could devise ways to unify choices for candidates. By Syed Zafar Mahmood Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly has 403 seats. Muslims constitute 35 to 78% in 68 Assembly segments. Of these 8 seats are reserved for the […]

Continue Reading

Uttar Pradesh Elections – Time to Test Alliance Chemistry

Uttar Pradesh Elections – Time to Test Alliance Chemistry

| August 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Muslims and Dalits need an alternative alliance to tap their anti-incumbency votes. An alliance between Congress and BSP can possibly do this. By An Analyst India’s most populous State, Uttar Pradesh, is heading for Assembly elections early next year. Having cornered 71 of the 80 Lok Sabha seats, the BJP would be trying its utmost […]

Continue Reading

Muslim Representation in New Assemblies

| June 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

In the just concluded elections for Assemblies in four major states and a Union Territory, a total of 125 Muslim representatives could get elected among the total 824 members. Given the fact that three of the four states had Muslim population ranging between 25 and 36 per cent, the representation in those states comes to […]

Continue Reading

Assembly Elections 2016 – No Cakewalk for Trinamool

Assembly Elections 2016 – No Cakewalk for Trinamool

| May 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Congress-Marxist Mahajod giving restless nights to Didi By A Staff Writer The West Bengal election scene has suddenly captured everyone’s imagination. It’s no longer a cakewalk for the Mamata Banerjee’s (Didi) Trinamool Congress Party (TMC). She has been rattled by her two implacable foes—the Congress Party and the Communist Party of India (Marxist)—coming together to […]

Continue Reading

Poll Scene in Tamil Nadu – Welfare Economics Has Taken the Centrestage

Poll Scene in Tamil Nadu – Welfare Economics Has Taken the Centrestage

| May 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

With Manna raining ceaselessly from heavens, the people have forgotten the ruinous floods in Chennai. By A Staff Writer Ideology is yet again taking a back seat in Tamil Nadu where the election for the 234-seat Assembly will take place on May 16. The two major regional parties i.e., DMK and the AIADMK are face […]

Continue Reading

Kerala Poll Scene – Kerala Fronts in Neck-to-Neck Contest

Kerala Poll Scene – Kerala Fronts in Neck-to-Neck Contest

| May 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Kerala proving a psephologist’s nightmare By A Staff Writer Will Kerala maintain the tradition of rejecting the incumbents in power and handing it over to the rival Front? The question is uppermost even as the India’s most literate, and by far the most civilized state, goes to elect a new Assembly. A good many observers […]

Continue Reading

West Bengal Elections – Muslims Must Put their Act Together

West Bengal Elections – Muslims Must Put their Act Together

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The State will be going to the elections in the next two or three months. This offers the major opportunity for the community to assert its right as well as gather its numerical might to demand a change in their social, economic and educational condition. By Maqbool Ahmed Siraj The results of the SNAP-Guidance Guild […]

Continue Reading

West Bengal Assembly Elections 2016 – Need to Unify Choice for a Better Deal

| February 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

If Muslim voters could turn out in substantial numbers, they can greatly influence the outcome in these constituencies and facilitate the victory of candidates put up by secular parties. By Syed Zafar Mahmood Assembly elections will be held in West Bengal in 2016. The State Assembly has 294 constituencies, of which 68 are reserved for […]

Continue Reading

Bihar Verdict – Powerful Rebuff for Communal Forces

| December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sangh Parivar had tried to stoke communal embers during the last six months but people were deaf to their polarizing campaign. By Anish Ankur More than anything else, the Bihar verdict should be seen as a firm rejection of RSS brand of polarising politics. Perhaps no comment about the outcome was more befitting than the […]

Continue Reading