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Delhi confidential: Changing Strategy

Many party leaders are surprised at this sudden change of strategy, and are wondering whether more names will be added to this list.

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DESPITE BEING known as a pro-Dalit party, the BSP rarely fields Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates from unreserved seats. This, however, seems set to change. Party chief Mayawati has already nominated at least one SC candidate from a general constituency for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections next year — Nandlal Kori from Sisamau seat in Kanpur. Many party leaders are surprised at this sudden change of strategy, and are wondering whether more names will be added to this list.

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THE LDF government in Kerala is working on a brand-building exercise. After a publicity blitz, the state government is holding a press conference in New Delhi this weekend to talk about its 100 days in power. The same evening, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, along with his ministers and Governor P Sathasivam, will attend Onam celebrations at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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US SECRETARY of State John Kerry may be in India for a couple of days, but he is not wasting any time. He used the opportunity to meet Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi who arrived here on Thursday. Kerry, who was scheduled to leave on Wednesday, is now expected to leave on Friday or Saturday. He will join US President Barack Obama in China for the G-20 summit.

First published on: 02-09-2016 at 12:52:24 am
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