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Face Off: Opposition Moves SC Again With 'Rigged Evms' Claim

Face Off: Opposition Moves SC Again With 'Rigged Evms' Claim

With 4 phases of polling still left, 21 opposition parties have moved the Supreme Court again claiming that EVMs are rigged and 50 percent of VVPAT slips must be counted in polling booths in all constituencies. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates if the opposition is already preparing for defeat.

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Election Epicentre: 2019 Mahayudh Season Of Turncoats

Election Epicentre: 2019 Mahayudh Season Of Turncoats

It is the season of turncoats in the 2019 mahayudh - with top leaders and spokespersons of parties jumping ship to the other side.Today - the BJP's dalit leader Udit Raj joined the Congress party - accusing the BJP of being an anti-Dalit party - this comes on the heels of BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha joining the Congress - while Priyanka Chaturvedi and Tom Vadakkan defected to the Shiv Sena and BJP respectively. In the Odisha battlefield - BJD's Jay Panda has joined the resurgent BJP along with other BJD and Congress leaders - In West Bengal - 18 TMC candidates are from the Left and Congress while 6 BJP candidates are from the TMC and Left - in Uttar Pradesh - it is RLD's Jaya Prada who is now contesting on a BJP ticket - while BJP MP Kirit Azad from Bihar has joined the Congress - is contesting from Dhanbad in Jharkhand- Dynamic political alignments in the election season - it is purely ideological or purely opportunistic - decoding that question on Election Epicentre.

The Right Stand: Is Rahul Losing People's 'Trust Vote' Due To His Gaffes?

The Right Stand: Is Rahul Losing People's 'Trust Vote' Due To His Gaffes?

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Rahul Gandhi's run-in with facts continues. On a day when Supreme court issued a contempt notice against Congress President for his 'Chowkidar Chor Hai' remark, Rahul Gandhi stirred another row by referring to BJP president as 'murder accused Amit Shah'. The Congress President forgot that Amit Shah was given a clean chit by the Top court & CBI. Tonight on The Right Stand, Anand Narasimhan asks, is Rahul losing people's 'trust vote' due to his gaffes?

Face Off: Rahul Gandhi Gets Contempt Notice From SC

Face Off: Rahul Gandhi Gets Contempt Notice From SC

The Supreme Court today issued a contempt notice to Rahul Gandhi for wrongly attributing his party's slogan - Chowkidar Chor Hai to the apex court. Has this effectively punctured his whole 2019 campaign? That's the debate tonight on Face Off with Zakka Jacob.

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Viewpoint: With One Strategic Error After Another, Is Modi vs Rahul In 2019 A No-Contest?

Viewpoint: With One Strategic Error After Another, Is Modi vs Rahul In 2019 A No-Contest?

Rahul Gandhi's Rafale misfire forces him to apologise to the apex court on the same day talks for an alliance between AAP and Congress completely fail. With one strategic error after another - is Modi vs Rahul in 2019 a no-contest?

The Right Stand: Will 'Political Will' Decide People's Mandate?

The Right Stand: Will 'Political Will' Decide People's Mandate?

PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti today decided to take on PM Modi on his calling Pakistan's nuclear bluff on the campaign trail yesterday. And despite no provocation she batted directly for Imran Khan saying Pakistan has its nukes ready too. In another incident at a public meeting in Bhopal national security took centre stage despite Digvijaya Singh not wishing it to. What these exchanges highlight is the importance of political will making a difference this time in how people vote. Tonight on The Right Stand, Anand Narasimhan asks, will 'political will' decide people's mandate?

Face Off: Rahul Admits SC Never Said Chowkidar Chor Hai

Face Off: Rahul Admits SC Never Said Chowkidar Chor Hai

Rahul Gandhi today admitted that he had wrongly attributed his party's slogan - Chowkidar Chor Hai to the Supreme Court. Tonight on Face Off, Zakka Jacob debates if this is a turning point in the 2019 campaign.

Election Epicentre: Political Pulse Of BJP Stronghold

Election Epicentre: Political Pulse Of BJP Stronghold

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This seat has been held by the BJP for 30 years - but the BJP's pick for the seat Sadhvi Pragya - who filed her nomination today - has become a controversial choice - not only is she a terror accused - out on bail in the Malegaon blast case - she insulted 26/11 hero Hemant Karkare - saying he died after she cursed him - she will take on Congress veteran and former Madhya Pradesh CM Digvijaya Singh - who has an uphill task to claim the seat the BJP has held since 1989. In this battle - will Pragya's curse backfire on the BJP - can Digvijaya end the BJP's reign in the seat - who do the voters trust in Epicentre Bhopal - lets decode the pulse of the aam aadmi - First - Sadhvi's curse on karkare scandal - and how it unfolded - In an election epicentre exclusive - Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath has dismissed Sadhvi Pragya's candidature as a bid to divide voters along communal lines as the BJP has failed on the Vikas front

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