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Politics | Lok Sabha 14

RSS-BJP survey predicts it'll win both Goa seats

A survey conducted by RSS-BJP workers at booth level has favoured both the seats of Goa for the BJP. READ

No Delhi, I'm fine in Goa: Parrikar

Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar has once again clarified that he is not at all interested in joining the union cabinet once NDA government comes to power. READ

How do I benefit with Mauvin in BJP, asks Parrikar

Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has ruled out the possibility of admitting Congress MLA Mauvin Godinho into the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. READ

John in Delhi to act against Babaush, Valanka & Mauvin

The Congress party in Goa will form a disciplinary action committee to probe the allegations of anti-party activities against some of its state leaders, including a senior legislator, during the Lok Sabha campaign. READ

Parrikar hits out at Rahul, says Goa standard better than Amethi

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar today said that standard of living in his state is far better than that of Uttar Pradesh, especially Amethi. READ

Parrikar infiltrated Cong, will act against them: John

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar infiltrated the Congress using disgruntled opposition politicians during the Lok Sabha campaign, a top Congress official said Wednesday. READ

Will Salcete-Bardez women decide the winners?

Perhaps for the first time, the Goa woman has puzzled all the political analysts, leaving them guessing till 16 May, whom she voted for in such a large number, especially in the Christian dominated talukas ... READ

Highest polling above 80% in the mining belt

Goa’s mining belt appeared to be most ‘active’ in today’s Lok Sabha election, polling above 80 per cent in almost all the Assembly segments. READ

Women overscore men in Goa's record LS polling of 77%

Goa witnessed record voting of 77 per cent, first time ever in the Lok Sabha election of Goa, perhaps on the lines of Assembly election held two years ago. READ

10 L Goan voters to decide 2 MPs tomorrow

The voting for the two parliamentary seats in Goa would be held tomorrow, wherein more than ten lakh voters will exercise their franchise in both the constituencies. READ

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