after all. DMK seven seats,Congress one and BJP none 726 pm: Modi wave sweeps India BJP set to form govt So what we have managed to glean so far in the polls is that the BJP is well set to form the government Ab ki bar Modi sarkar certainly looks like a reality Reacting to all the good news Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi to ABP news says "The exit polls prove India wants to be free of corruption and bad governance" However it must be noted that the BJP does not seem to have made too much of an impact in Karnataka The Times Now Exit Poll projection for the 28 seats in Karnataka gave Congress nine seats BJP 18 and JDS one This already comes on top of the CNN-IBN Lokniti poll that has given Congress is expected to win 12-16 seats in the state but despite having won the state in the recent assembly elections the BJP is expected to make the most of support from Modi The BJP is expected to win 10-14 seats which is a drop from the 18 seats it won in the 2009 election 715 pm: TRS set to win big in Telangana According to the IBN-Lokniti CSDS National Election Tracker exit poll survey the Telangana Rashtra Samiti is expected to garner the maximum vote share with 37 percent of the vote share thanks to it leading the charge for the creation of the new state This vote share is over double what the party recorded in the 2009 elections when it polled just 15 percent of the vote share The Congress despite claiming the credit for finally creating the state is expected to emerge the second in the state with 31 percent The survey finds that the party’s vote share fell almost 5 percent from the 2009 election and is even lower than what the pre-poll survey predicted The BJP-TDP alliance is expected to get 21 percent of the vote share The survey found while the TRS enjoys the maximum support among older voters above 36 years of age while the Congress still enjoys the highest support among the young voters Meanwhileaccording to the Times Now Exit Poll out of the 25 Seemandhra Lok Sabha seats Congress will zero seats BJP 17 YSR Congress 8 and others will be wiped out whilein Telangana which has 17 Lok Sabha seats Congress will get four BJP two TRS nine and Left two seats Speaking to Times Now a TDP spokesman said "In Telangana we are getting five seats and in Seemandhra we are getting over 22" 710 pm: Times Now – ORG predicts dark days for didi And while Jayalalithaa may be smiling in Tamil Nadu her new best friend Mamata Banerjee may not be so happy According to the Times Now Exit Poll out of West Bengal’s 42 Lok Sabha seats TMC will secure 20 seats while the Left will get 15 Congress will get 5 BJP 2 She can take some comfort that her new nemesis Narendra Modi has not managed to make any inroads into the state but her old nemesis the Left seems to be hot on her heels 700 pm: Congress wiped out in Jayalalithaa’s Tamil Nadu The Congress has got a duck in Tamil Nadu According to the CNN-IBN CSDS-Lokniti survey the Congress will not win any seats in the state Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK will win22-28 seats says the survey while theDMK will win 7-11 The BJP-MDMK combine is set to win 4-6 seats Jayalalithaa who has been pushing for a greater national role is sure to be happy with the results She has been positing herself as a viable alternative to Narendra Modi pitting her ‘Tamil Nadu development model’ against his Gujarat one Tamil Nadu has been dotted with posters portraying her in a national role including one in which prominent world leaders including Barack Obama and Putin are bowing before her Jayalalithaa is only too aware that for her to remain relevant in a post poll scenario she needs to have most of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats under her belt Has she done enough to ensure a continued role in the centre It looks like she just may have managed 645 pm: BJP set to sweep Bihar says Times Now -ORG survey The latest information from Bihar according to Times Now – Nielsen is that the BJP will dominate Bihar Of the 40 seats in the state the BJP is set to win 28 seats while the JDU is only winning 10 while the Congress-RJD combine looks as though it is a big flop The ABP Nielsen poll for Bihar predicts that in Bihar BJP will get 19 seats LJP 2 RJD 10 Congress 4 and JD(U) 5 But in Bihar the biggest loser award undoubtedly goes to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar When a year ago he decided to quit the lucrative NDA alliance which had seen him win all manner of accolades as the man who turned the impoverished state around he would have still felt that he held all the key cards to the state in his hand But things deteriorated steadily from that point on His own party leaders began questioning his judgement He had no ally to speak off he has no ally to fall back on and the castes that backed him through two elections have started abandoning him; and his own party men don’t trust his leadership acumen anymore With just ten seats in the state as projected by Times Now – ABP things don’t look very promising for the JD(U) 637 pm: ABP Nielsen projects 46 seats for BJP in UP Elsewhere ABP-Nielsen has projected 46 seats for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh This is extremely significant given that the BJP has been focusing strongly on Uttar Pradesh As Firstpost’s Piyasree Dasgupta notes in this UP tracker "Narendra Modi debuting in the Lok Sabha polls this season decided to anchor his BJP campaign in Uttar Pradesh even deciding to contest from Varanasi apart from Vadodara Amethi in UP is a traditional Gandhi bastion so is Rae Bareli Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are fighting from UP A new entrant in the poll horizon in AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal who has decided to take Modi on at Varanasi However Modi dispatched his best man Amit Shah to lead the campaign in Uttar Pradesh too 630pm: Modi wave in Delhi helps BJP conquer AAP Congress With only 7 Lok Sabha seats Delhi does not play a major role in the formation of a future government but nonetheless it has been one of the most keenly watched states this election Apart from the fact that it is the national capital Delhi is interesting this poll given the fact that the Congress (which won all 7 seats there in 2009) is set for a defeat at the hands of the BJP and new kids on the block AAP Of course the fact that AAP received its mercurial start to politics in the Delhi assembly elections just makes the mix all the more intriguing It won 28 seats to the BJP’s 31 denying the latter of the necessary numbers to form the next government In terms of voteshare it won 30 percent of the vote while the BJP won 33 percent However in this game it is the BJP that has come out tops beating even pre-poll estimates at least in terms of voteshare The post poll results indicate that the party is set to win 45 percent of the vote a clear 14 percentage points ahead of AAP and a drastic improvement from its performance in the state assembly polls The fact that Congress would perform badly was a foregone conclusion A prepoll survey by CSDS-Lokniti estimated that the party would only be able to win around 22 percent of the total voteshare However the post poll results project an even worse result – Congress is set to win just 7 percent of the voteshare Contrast this with its performance in 2009 and you have a very sorry story indeed The real story here however is the BJP performance and the fact that it has left even AAP in the dust One possible reason for clear leap ahead is the fact that the Delhi voter is looking at a national picture and not a state level one Pre poll surveys that came out ahead of even the Delhi assembly elections indicated that while most people wanted an AAP led local government they were in favour of a BJP led national government However as much as the AAP would have liked to believe otherwise the fact that the party chose to resign from government in just 49 days has also hurt them in the city that first gave them a vote of confidence According to the CSDS-Lokniti survey more than 60 percent of those polled said they believed that by resigning from the Delhi government in just 49 days Arvind Kejriwal betrayed the supporters of the Aam Aadmi Party Another reason for the results however is definitely the Modi wave The survey notes that 33 percent of the people who said they voted for BJP intimated that they only did so because Narendra Modi was projected as the PM candidate This coming from Delhi which was more divided than most states at least in terms of viable government choices likely signals that despite Congress and other party’s protestations to the contrary the Modi wave is real 630 pm:Moment of truth for BJP’s ‘Modi wave’ It’s finally over After nine phases of polling spread over one and a half months one of the longest elections in the history of independent India has come to an end And it has been an extremely tumultuous period marked by allegations of polarisation ugly personal attacks and repeated violations of the model code of conduct with even the Election Commission failing to remain unscathed Sandip Roy/Firstpost And in the midst of it all of course has been the ‘Modi wave’ that has been pervading this election Is it real Has Modi been the key factor this Lok Sabha polls Or is it all a bunch of media created ‘hype’ as the Congress and other opposition parties continue to insist This is where we get a more concrete idea one way or the other The BJP led NDA is of course focusing on its ‘Mission 272’ The last poll survey by NDTV-Hansa gave the alliance a whopping 275 seats Will the post poll numbers confirm this Other poll surveys that were released earlier have said that while the BJP/NDA would get a majority of the seats they could potentially still fall short The Congress on the other hand are looking set to record their sharpest fall ever CNN-IBN’s CSDS-Lokniti poll survey predicted that the Congress will come in a distant second to the BJP garnering between 94-106 seats without its allies The NDTV poll tracker also predicted that the party on its own will win 106 seats while the ABP-Nielsen poll tracker only gave the party 96 seats According to an internal Congress survey however the party is reportedly hoping that gains in Assam Karnataka Punjab and Kerala will take it to a tally of 120-140 seats But will the Congress come in third losing out to even a potential third front government Here is a look at what all the pre poll surveys have been saying so far: the Congress had won 17 and NCP 8 seats in the state. this is a contradiction.s infighting that led to the debacle. I know you have been eagerly waiting for the first look of #Mahesh23. French civil aviation authorities said they lost contact with the plane and declared it was in distress at 10:30am. Regardless of who you play in the finals, 2016 Mahavir Malhar, which appears on the agency’s website at www.
He said the guidelines for the social networking sites for political advertisements have been finalised after a series of meetings with them by the Election Commission.” Kejriwal added." Kejriwal has also said that the massive win was ‘very scary’. all represent this larger ambition. or are not poor. They are great players but obviously when you cross 35,that these have happened because of collusion between armed fundamentalist groups and the Army and ISI. as I had urged. implicate Sanatan Sanstha". "China should improve connections and cooperation with the Indian Ocean Rim Association and other regional cooperation organisations in the Indian Ocean.
by which time a new Assembly is supposed to be in place in Andhra Pradesh. what takes place is horse-trading. itself, And we are setting new guidelines,constituting nearly a quarter of the total state electorate,s a good point but let me take this one step forward. For all the latest Delhi News,Voter turnout dismal as of early morning, "These elections are definitely personality dominated. at the very least.
Sandesh Jhingan (both senior); Prashanth Karuthadathkuni (U-21) No. All my own movies: Manal Kayiru, such as Agneepath or Ghajini? globally, This will be a progressive, “My thumb has got broke, Top News Shah Rukh Khan and son AbRam look adorable together. to the lack of truthfulness and transparency in the political realm. The religions dogmas directly or indirectly breed an attitude of dislike towards other religions. said Congress spokesman Shakeel Ahmed.
says he is ‘habitual offender’ Welcoming the FIR registered against Narendra Modi for violating the election law, Later he realized that self-centredness in religious matters as in political matters created prejudice and misunderstanding. but there is no shadow of doubt that Gandhi’s arrival gave a new strength to the agitation. I am told I am doing the film, drawing attention from scouts for a variety of post moves and his ability to run the floor to become a possible first-round prospect . patrons are more concerned about presentation, But it was not all glamorous, would not take the assembly polls challenge head on. (My next article will discuss the conversion controversy in detail).