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All you need to know about the Manipur Council of Ministers

N. Biren Singh was sworn in as Chief Minister of Manipur in Imphal on March 15, 2017 along with eight other Ministers.



Short profiles of the nine Ministers in the Cabinet.

Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh is a politician who has donned many hats. A graduate from Manipur University in Arts, Mr. Singh hails from Luwangsangbam Mamang Leikai, a rural area in Imphal East district and has been representing Heingang Assembly constituency in the district since 2002. The 56-year-old politician, who has been a national-level footballer, served in the central paramilitary forces and also worked as an editor of a local newspaper.

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Thongam Biswajit Singh became an MLA in 2012 on a Trinamool Congres...

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Captain Amarinder Singh Chief Minister Punjab

Captain Amarinder Singh is the 26th chief minister of Punjab

Captain Amarinder Singh Badal is a famous Indian Politician who has served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from the year 2002 to 2007. Amarinder Singh was born on 11 March 1942 is also the head of the royal family of Patiala. He is the son of Maharaja Yadavindra Singh and Maharani Mohinder Kaur of Patiala. He has attended the Lawrence High School and Welham Boy’s School and later went to the Doon School, Dehradun. Amarinder Singh is married to Preneet Kaur who serves as the member of the Parliament and was also the minister of the state in Ministry of External Affairs from the year 2009 till 2014. The couple is blesses with two children...

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UP Elections: Congress Releases First List Of Candidates After Alliance With Samajwadi Party

NEW DELHI: Hours after the Congress and Samajwadi Party finalised their pre-poll alliance on Sunday, the Congress announced its first list of 43 candidates for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The list includes former Union minister Jitin Prasad and controversial leader Imran Masood. The party may come out with a second list soon.

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Out of 41 candidates on the Congress list, eight are Muslims, which translates roughly to 20 per cent. This is in direct contrast to the two BJP lists, which do not any Muslim candidate so far.

Imran Masood, who was in the eye of a storm during 2014 Lok Sabha elections when a video clip emerged that allegedly showed him saying he would cut Narendra Modi into pieces if he ever came to his const...

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Why 2016 Rajya Sabha elections will be dirty

Elections to Rajya Sabha have generally been controversial but this year it seems to be getting messier than ever. The ruling BJP is leaving no stone unturned to increase its numbers in the Upper House where it is in a minority. At the same time, the Opposition, led by the Congress, is using its might to stop the BJP from gaining strength.

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The biennial elections to be held on June 11 for 57 seats have all the ingredients of becoming controversial – India Today TV’s sting showing crores being offered and demanded for just one vote, polling necessitated by the number of candidates exceeding the number of seats in Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh, and a degree of cross-voting.

The BJP, which is in a majority in the Lok...

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