19.06.2012 He said that the draconian Clinical Establishment Act which has been passed by Central Government was proposed to be adopted by Delhi Vidhansabha for its implementation in Delhi, in its present form is unwarranted as ...
10.10.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - Political analysts say there is a trend that whenever less polling is reported, its benefit goes to the ruling party, but if we go by the polling percentage on VidhanSabha constituencies' wise, then we get a different perspective. Going by the polling
13.10.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - Recently, Punjab Minister Gulzar Singh Ranike had to quit from the Cabinet when a similar scam came to the fore in his Attari VidhanSabha constituency. Bungling alleged. The funds were meant to build houses for the poor; The grants had to be deposited
19.09.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - Hundreds of BJP leaders including State president BS Chufal, State BJP in-charge Thawar Chand Gehlot, leader of Opposition in VidhanSabha Ajay Bhatt, and ex-Chief Ministers BS Koshyari, Maj Gen BC Khanduri and Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' gathered
07.10.2012 [Hill Post] - Shimla: Getting down to naming party candidates on the more contentious seats, BJP has denied VidhanSabha speaker Tulsi Ram a ticket from Bharmour tribal seat in Chamba district. Speaker Tulsi Ram. The ruling party declared Jiya Lal as its candidate
16.10.2012 [Daily News & Analysis] - Maharashtra has 366 legislators — 288 representatives elected to the VidhanSabha and 78 appointed to the Vidhan Parishad — but only a fraction has been writing the transfer requests. State Congress chief Manikrao Thakre, leader of the opposition in
16.10.2012 [Times of India] - Gurubal Pal Sandhu, a member of a delegation which presented the cheque of Rs100 crore to CM Gehlot on October 12 at VidhanSabha said, "The CM praised Agarwal for donating money for a noble cause. But, he did not accept it saying Agarwal should
16.10.2012 [Hindustan Times] - The chief minister was accompanied by chief parliamentary secretary Desh Raj Dhugga, BJP national executive member Swaran Salaria, former VidhanSabha speaker Nirmal Singh Kahlon and former MLAs Lakhbir Singh Lodhinangal and Capt BS Bath.
15.10.2012 [Daily Mail] - During the 1998 VidhanSabha elections, 72.3 per cent women had cast their votes, about two per cent higher than men. Despite these facts, political parties are hesitant to field women as candidates. 16Rakesh Singha.jpg. Vidya Stokes. Rakesh Singha