Indian General Elections: News

14 Jun 2022

Narendra Modi

Fill 10L vacancies in 1.5yrs: Modi to ministries, government departments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday ordered all the ministries and governmental departments to recruit people on a "mission mode" to fill up 10 lakh vacancies over the next year and a half.

28 Jul 2021

Narendra Modi

'Anybody can lead, wouldn't impose opinion': Mamata on Opposition coalition

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said that Opposition parties should unite against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in view of the 2024 Indian general elections.

26 Aug 2020

India

IPL 2020: Why spin will be pivotal in UAE

The Indian Premier League 2020 is all set to kick-off from September 19 in the United Arab Emirates.

16 Mar 2019

India

Unique and interesting facts and records of Lok Sabha elections

This year, India, the world's largest democracy, goes to polls to elect the 17th Lok Sabha. The General Election is scheduled to be held from 11 April-19 May.

06 Mar 2019

India

Voter ID: How to track your application status online

With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections just two months away, it's time to gear up.

08 Feb 2019

Lok Sabha

Here's how you can apply for a Voter ID online

With the Lok Sabha elections just three months away, it's time to gear up.

02 Feb 2019

Lok Sabha

Here's how you can apply for a Voter ID online

With the Lok Sabha elections just three months away, it's time to gear up.

IPL 2019: Which teams can win the IPL trophy?

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 will see the venues and dates being finalized, once the schedule of Indian General Elections is announced.

2019 IPL auction: Date, time, venue and key players

The Indian Premier League 2019 auction is scheduled to be held on December 18 in Jaipur.

Choose World Cup over IPL: Cricket Australia to players

Cricket Australia has been wary about the schedule of the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League.

Australia, England players won't be available for IPL from May

As per reports, Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board have made it clear to the BCCI that their players would not be available for the Indian Premier League 2019 after May 1.