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May 19, 2019
Exit Poll General Elections 2019

India has voted, and this is who we believe they voted for and why. Seven rounds of voting saw India participate in the planet’s largest democratic exercise. So, whose fortune will shine and whose will fade is the big question. Let’s look at some of the big face-offs, the Exit Poll result of which may well influence the outcome and subsequent alliances. Arunachal Pradesh Constituency: Arunachal West, Arunachal Pradesh Candidate: Nabam Tuki (INC), Kiren Rijiju [...]Read More

April 23, 2019
General Elections 2019 - Day 43

India voted to elect candidates for 117 Lok Sabha seats spread over 13 states and 2 Union territories. The total number of candidates trying their luck in this phase is 1640. The polling is spread over 7 phases, and the final results will be released on 23 May 2019. Key seats with high political stakes in Phase III of polls Lok Sabha seat: Wayanad, Kerala Key candidates: Rahul Gandhi (Cong); PP Suneer (CPI); Usha K. [...]Read More

April 23, 2019
Polling Phase 3 - Lok Sabha Elections 2019

8.15 PM Voter Turnout by 7 PM The voting turnout has been disclosed until 7 PM. State Voter Turnout Assam 78.52% Bihar 59.97% Goa 71.26% Gujarat 60.48% Jammu and Kashmir 12.86% Karnataka 64.06% Kerala 70.21% Maharashtra 56.95% Odisha 58.18% Tripura 78.52% Uttar Pradesh 57.83% West Bengal 79.36% Chhattisgarh 66.37% Dadra and Nagar Haveli 71.43% Daman and Diu 65.34% **** 5.45 PM More Leader Have Cast Their Vote More political leaders have cast their vote. Goa [...]Read More

April 18, 2019
Lok Sabha Elections in India 2019 - Polling Phase 2

6.40 PM Phase 2 of voting has officially come to an end. Election Commission of India has declared final voter turnout numbers.West Bengal ranks No. 1 with 75.27% polling. Jammu and Kashmir, predictably, made for the bottom with 43.37% polling. All put together, voter turnout has been pegged at 67% Total Voter Turnout Declared State Voter Turnout (%) Assam 73.32 Bihar 58.14 Chhattisgarh 68.70 Jammu & Kashmir 43.37 Karnataka 61.80 Maharashtra 55.37 Manipur 74.69 Odisha [...]Read More

April 11, 2019
91 Parliamentry Seats Get Inked

7:49 PM Final Voter Turnout Disclosed: The final voter turnout has been disclosed for phase 1 of the polls. Chhattisgarh records 56%, Telangana 60%, Andaman and Nicobar 70.67, Sikkim 69%, Assam 68%, Tripura 81.8%, Nagaland 78%, Andhra Pradesh 66%, Manipur 78.2%, Uttarakhand 57.85%, Jammu and Kashmir 54.49%, Mizoram 66%. ***** 7:45 PM Polling Ended Unexpectedly in Some Constituencies in J&K: Polling in seats of Baramulla and Jammu ended unexpectedly due to the acts of violence, [...]Read More

April 1, 2019
General Elections 2019 - Day 21

62 percent jump in electoral bonds sales, says RTI An article carried by the lThe Times of India mentions government response to an RTI query confirming a rise in the sale of electoral bonds by 62 percent between April 2018 and March 2019. SBI sold bonds worth over Rs 1,700 crores between the financial year 2018-19. Transparency in political party funding is vital for a transparent and vibrant democracy but has remained a thorny issue [...]Read More

December 18, 2018
2019 Lok Sabha elections

Four years ago, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power with a thumping victory in the Lok Sabha elections. The “Modi wave” was unstoppable, reaching all the way from Gujarat to Parliament Road, New Delhi. And, as they say, empires fall and rise all the time; so, with the rise of BJP, also came the fall of another power dynamics – the Indian National Congress (INC). From running the government in the previous term to [...]Read More

December 12, 2018
Telangana voted decisively for K Chandrashekar Rao

Telangana has voted and decisively in favour of K Chandrashekar Rao of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) for the second term in office. The results haven’t come as a surprise despite the last-minute challenge mounted by the Chandrababu Naidu-led TDP and Congress alliance – the Mahakutami. The final results: Total Seats: 119 Party Seats Number of Votes Vote Share Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) 88 9,700,749 46.9% Indian National Congress (INC) 19  5,883,111 28.4% All India Council [...]Read More

December 12, 2018
Mizoram assembly elections

December 16th marks the one-year anniversary of Rahul Gandhi’s presidency of the Indian National Congress (INC). And, what a year it has been! From being called “Pappu” every other day, to becoming what many term as a “serious threat to Modi in 2019”, Gandhi has come a long way. On December 11th, results were declared for Legislative assembly elections of five states, and Congress came out as the obvious show-stealer. It managed to snatch 3 [...]Read More

December 12, 2018
Surprising defeat of the 15 year old government of BJP in Chhattisgarh

BJP’s surprising loss in three significant states has sounded the alarm bells for the party. While the Modi magic has been ruling the country since 2014, many believe the invincibility is now starting to wear off. With the 2019 General Elections just a few months away, it looks like Modi’s “good days” (Acche Din, in his words) might be coming to an end. The recent loss is like a trailer of the bigger picture. Dissatisfaction [...]Read More

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