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Hamro Sikkim Party

The Rise And Fall Of Pawan Chamling, India’s Longest Serving Chief Minister

Chamling’s “invincibility” was put to test on April 11, 2019 when the Himalayan state went for simultaneous Assembly and Lok Sabha polls.

24 May 2019

Jobs, Not Pakistan, Is The issue: Baichung Bhutia

Football icon-turned-politician Baichung Bhutia speaks to Outlook on his new party and electoral debut in upcoming Lok Sabha elections.


'Son Of The Soil' Baichung Bhutia Gets 70 Votes In Gangtok, Loses Both Seats In Sikkim

In April 2018, Baichung Bhutia had announced that he was forming his own party, Humro Sikkim Party (HSP).

24 May 2019

Pawan Chamling's 25-Year Reign As Sikkim CM Ends As SKM Gets Majority

After a very close battle, the SKM reached the magic figure of 17 in the 32-member House, with the SDF lagging behind with 14 seats. The result of the Tumen-Lingie constituency is awaited.

24 May 2019

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