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#Elections2019: Everything to know about Model Code of Conduct (MCC)
India

#Elections2019: Everything to know about Model Code of Conduct (MCC)

This year, India, the world's largest democracy, goes to polls to elect the 17th Lok Sabha. The General Election will be held from 11 April-19 May.
National-parties received over 50% funds from 'unknown' sources in 2017-18
India

National-parties received over 50% funds from 'unknown' sources in 2017-18

More than 50% of the funds national parties received during the financial year 2017-18 came from "unknown" sources that included donations through electoral bonds and voluntary contributions, according to election watchdog Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).
Report: BJP declares Rs. 1,027cr income; Congress data awaited
Politics

Report: BJP declares Rs. 1,027cr income; Congress data awaited

According to a report by watchdog Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), the ruling BJP's income for the financial year 2017-18 was Rs. 1,027.34cr - down by around Rs. 7cr from FY2016-17.
Political parties get relief from scrutiny of foreign funding
India

Political parties get relief from scrutiny of foreign funding

The Lok Sabha has recently passed a bill that will exempt political parties from scrutiny of funds they have received from abroad since 1976.
Samajwadi Party, AIADMK, Shiv Sena saw massive increase in assets
Politics

Samajwadi Party, AIADMK, Shiv Sena saw massive increase in assets

Between 2011-12 and 2015-16, the Samajwadi Party's total declared assets saw a 198% increase, while the AIADMK and the Shiv Sena saw 155% and 92% increase respectively.
Shiv Sena: Nirav Modi is BJP's "partner," funded their poll-campaign
Politics

Shiv Sena: Nirav Modi is BJP's "partner," funded their poll-campaign

Shiv Sena and BJP's rivalry continues to simmer even as they remain coalition partners.
Will electoral bonds help cleanse political funding like Jaitley says?
India

Will electoral bonds help cleanse political funding like Jaitley says?

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has reiterated that the government is committed to transparency in political funding.
FinMin Arun Jaitley unveils electoral bonds for political funding
Politics

FinMin Arun Jaitley unveils electoral bonds for political funding

All political parties have been slammed for their manner of raising money. With the aim of cleaning this system, FM Arun Jaitley has provided details regarding "electoral bonds." They can be brought from SBI's specified branches.
I-T department slaps Rs. 30cr notice on Kejriwal's AAP
Politics

I-T department slaps Rs. 30cr notice on Kejriwal's AAP

I-T department has served a Rs. 30cr notice to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's AAP.

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