President Barack Obama on Saturday congratulated Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by phone on his swearing in for a second term. Obama “also congratulated India on successfully completing the largest democratic exercise that the world has ever seen, calling it a testament to the strength of India’s democracy,” the White House said in a statement.
NEW DELHI: The excitement of the Indian elections has transferred online to one of its most popular social messaging sites – Twitter The Twitter tag “#indiavotes09” was the number one topic on the trends list of Twitter search, demonstrating once again the strength of Indians using these new technology tools.
Congress and Prime Minister must first explain, why it allowed economy to deteriorate for 1826 days before making false promise of reviving economy in 100 days. Slogan of 100 days is an admission of utter failure of the UPA Govt., on the economic front. The Govt. touted itself as having three economic wizards in Dr. Manmohan Singh, Dr. Chidambaram and Dr. Ahluwalia. Country witnessed all out failure...
The first phase of the 2009 Lok Sabha elections recorded 58-62 percent voter turnout but was marred by large-scale Maoist violence that claimed the lives of 19 people, including 10 police personnel, the Election Commission said Thursday.
India General Elections 2009 – Vote for your PM: Your Views Vote for your PM Elections 2009 Manmohan Singh (34%, 462 Votes) LK Advani (21%, 282 Votes) Rahul Gandhi (18%, 238 Votes) Narendra Modi (17%, 234 Votes) Mayavati (7%, 101 Votes) Sharad Pawar (4%, 49 Votes) Total Voters: 1,356 Loading ...
India is world’s largest democracy, which means that the citizens run the government. Since we all can’t make the rules, we elect representatives – ie. Parliamentarians— who make the laws and govern our country based on the beliefs of the people. These elected officials help pass laws that reflect the interests of their constituents — the people who live within the areas they represent.
BJP letter to the Election Commission of India on provocative and unbecoming statement by Shri Lalu Prasad Yadav
We wish to draw the kind attention of the Election Commission of India to an extremely provocative and unbecoming statement reportedly made of Shri Lalu Prasad Yadav of the RJD in KISHANGANJ/ARARIA (BIHAR) yesterday 6 April 2009.
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