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Congress' Schizophrenic Lok Sabha Election Campaign

Indians love slogans. Come elections and we eagerly wait for the political parties to give us memorable and catchy one liners as slogans so that we can chant them hysterically while participating in the biggest festival of democracy called Lok Sabha election. The BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has given his supporters powerful slogans like, "Vote for India", "Congress Mukt Bharat"...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines

Kejriwal: Politics not just about catchy slogans but grassroot issues

With just two days to go for the Delhi assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor,], he says that the response the party is receiving is over whelming and is increasing each day."Have you ever seen such kind of roadshow in the New Delhi constituency?" he asks. He will be contesting elections from the New Delhi constituency and will go in a neck-to-neck competition with Delhi CM Sheila...
Source : Oneindia |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

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boy plays with an inflatable beach toy on the beach...
Source : DNA |
Category : National | City : Mumbai

The not-so-subtle art of Tamil slogan writing

you thought you knew all about sloganeering, maybe you should take a trip to Tamil Nadu. Politicians in the southern Indian state have perfected the art of using catchy idioms and phrases to capture the public imagination, says David Gabrihe ruling All India Anna Dravida Munetra Kazhagam in Tamil Nadu has launched its campaign with the slogan of peace, prosperity and progress. After tasting success...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National

Street play on voter awareness

The people were urged not to vote for the candidates with criminal records.With slogan 'Gunda Aaya Vote Maangane', the nukkad natak attracted the passersby and shopkeepers of Naveen Market.Through catchy dialogues, the voters were asked their right to franchise judiciously. The actors motivated the people to gather information about the candidate whom they are going to vote.The play emphasized that...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Raipur

Poll panel unveils mascot to lure first-time voters in Bengal

woo as many as 20 lakh first-time voters in West Bengal, the Election Commission Thursday here unveiled its youthful mascot Ananya, armed with catchy slogans and creative taglines....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Battle for 'wall' shifts to Net

Fight over 'walls' ahead of elections have gone digital with posters and slogans mocking and attacking the opponent flooding social networking pages. Veterans, however, rue the extinction of the catchy limerick campaigns of the good old days."Sokhi, poriborton kare koy? Seki keboli jatonamoy (Beloved, what is change? Is it always so painful)," asks a poster, taking a dig at the word on which Mamata...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Kolkata

Poll panel unveils mascot to lure first-time voters in Bengal

Kolkata, March 20: In a bid to woo as many as 20 lakh first-time voters in West Bengal, the Election Commission Thursday here unveiled its youthful mascot "Ananya", armed with catchy slogans and creative taglines.Replacing the older mascot "Ananda Babu", the image of a yellow salwar-clad 'Ananya' will be seen across posters and hoardings, and her friendly voice saying "Our vote, our Right" will be...
Source : Oneindia |
Category : Headlines | City : Kolkata

Patiala voters get ‘wake-up call’ through ‘jaago’

PATIALA: Jagdish Singh Bhola might be a notorious drug trafficker for Punjab police and the entire political establishment of the state, but he is a protagonist of one of the several "boliyaan" (celebratory songs), which Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) members sing while organizing "jaago" in the areas of Patiala parliamentary constituency. After introducing "bhands" and drafting catchy slogans for its campaigns,...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patiala

‘Where have fiery discourses, speech-makers gone?’

Mumbai: As election fever grips Mu-mbai, old-timers recall the halcyon days when great speeches added fervour and flavour to the city's poll soap opera.Unspooling the sizzling 1960s, Prakash Paranjpe said catchy slogans and crisp speeches were the twin ar-m-o-urs of a poll candidate. "Barr-i-s-ter Nath Pai, George Fernandes and Acharya P K Atre were outstandi-ng speakers. People would flock to Sh-i-v-a-ji...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Mumbai