There are over 100,000 bus drivers in the Indian city of Bangalore, but only one of them is a woman. Preema Nadapatti now wants to get other women to take to the roads.
The efforts of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Tripura paid off as it stormed to victory in the tiny state, ending the 25-year rule of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
Bengaluru: The Supreme Court directive to Karnataka to release 177.25 tmc ft of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu, which is 14.75 tmc ft less than the quantum awarded by Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal in 2007, drew mixed reactions in both the states. While the Siddaramaiah government in Karnataka is set to benefit from the order[…]
With the Assembly elections in Tripura just two days away (they’re scheduled for 18 February), incidents of poll-related violence are being reported almost every day from across the Left Front-ruled state. Allegations and counter allegations fly thick and fast, with both national and regional parties laying the blame for their cadres’ deaths on the CPM-led[…]
Agartala: Tripura’s tryst with bipolar political struggles continues as it goes to polls on 18 February, only difference being replacement of Congress by the BJP as the main Opposition to the Left Front government.
Mokokchung, Nagaland: Despite the hullabaloo around the poll boycott call by the Core Committee of Naga Tribal Hohos and Civil Organisations (CCNTHCO) and initially agreed to by eleven political parties, 257 candidates from all major parties ended up filing nominations for the Nagaland Assembly polls to be held on 27 February.