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Pune Loksabha Elections – AAP Subhash Ware’s Interactions With DGPS & NSCC

On 17th March 2014, Deccan Gymkhana Parisar Samiti (DGPS) had invited Mr. Deepak Paigude (MNS) and Mr. Subhash Ware (AAP) for an interaction. Mr Paigude did not attend.

On 8th April 2014, National Society for Clean Cities (NSCC) had invited 4 candidates, Mr Vishwajeet Kadam (Congress ), Mr Anil Shirole (BJP), Mr. Subhash Ware (AAP) and Mr. Deepak Paigude (MNS) for an interaction. Mr Kadam, Mr. Shirole and Mr. Paigude did not attend.

So while the intent was to record & share videos of all candidates, because of the no-shows, ended up with only videos of Mr. Subhash Ware of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Loksabha Elections 2014 -> Pune votes on 17th April.

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Prabhag 36 (Deccan Gymkhana + Law College Ward) Candidates Debate | Pune Corporation Elections 2012

An open to all debate / interaction with candidates contesting the election from Prabhag 36 will be held on 10.15 am on Sunday the 5th of February 2012 at the Damle Hall on Law College Road. (Map) . Continue reading Prabhag 36 (Deccan Gymkhana + Law College Ward) Candidates Debate | Pune Corporation Elections 2012

Why Not Politics? asks Architect Anagha

Anagha Pranajape Purohit contesting from Prabhag 29 Pune

We often hear appeals from senior leaders & politicians that women & the educated youth of India should enter politics. We have with us Anagha Paranjape-Purohit who fulfills both  criteria and is contesting the Pune Corporation Elections from Prabhag 29 as an independent candidate.

With her education (Architect from Pune Univ. & Masters from Arizona, USA), profession (urban planner) and her ‘ordinary’ citizen / non-political background, she seems to have the right mix of things that the educated middle class looks for in a candidate. These elections are her foray into politics. Continue reading Why Not Politics? asks Architect Anagha

Pune Election Debate “Why vote for my party?”

Pune Election Debate titled “Why pick my party?” with representatives from representatives from various political parties will be held on 19th Jan, 6pm at the Bhave School, Peru Gate. The event has been organized by the Bharatiya Rajniti Abhyas Mandal.

Participating in the debate as senior leaders from all the major parties: Vikas Mathkari, Ankush Kakade, Satish Desai, Nana Wadekar, Ajay Shinde & A P Kulkarni.

src: maharashtra times & sakal