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Gadkari, Fadnavis meet RSS chief ahead of Modi's arrival in Mumbai | Shashi Tharoor launches cleanliness drive | Modi praises media for writing about Clean India | Times have changed, says Modi addressing media persons | PM Modi meets journalists at BJP headquarters today | Modi breaks ice with media, poses for selfies | Gadkari, Fadnavis meet RSS chief ahead of Modi's arrival in Mumbai | Shashi Tharoor launches cleanliness drive | Times have changed, says Modi in media outreach | Sham Lal Sharma, Jammu and Kashmir minister for public health engineering, irrigation and flood control resigns | PM Modi to meet journalists at BJP headquarters today | Modi greets nation on Bhai Dooj | Telangana seeks PM's intervention over share of power from Andhra | Jethmalani attacks Jaitley on black money | Devendra Fadnavis is likely to be sworn in as the new CM of Maharashtra on October 28 | Centre turns down SSTL's FDI proposal | Three Union ministers' assets increase in five months | Mathur appointed BJP incharge of UP, Nadda of Maharashtra. | Manohar Lal Khattar is the new Chief Minister of Haryana | Devendra Fadnavis to be the Chief Minister of Maharashtra

Elections in India

Assembly Election Results

The results of the October 15 Assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana have made the Lotus bloom in the states that have been Congress bastions for long. Clearly, the Modi factor is intact in India politics long after the 2014 General Elections. In Maharashtra, the BJP has come a long way from becoming Shiv Sena’s junior partner to a Big Brother to all other parties after winning 123 out of 288 Assembly seats, while in Haryana, it has secured the mandate to form the government with 47 of 90 Assembly seats.

The BJP’s spectacular performance in both the states has proved that its strategy to go solo was highly effective. It is the first time in almost 25 years that any one party has won more than 100 seats, while the Shiv Sena could bag just 63 seats in Maharashtra. In Haryana’s caste-ridden political landscape, the BJP has won a clear majority while other hitherto strong political forces had to bite the dust. The results dashed the hopes of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) to encash the sympathy factor surrounding the 10-year jail sentence handed to former chief minister Om Pralash Chautala in a teacher’s recruitment scandal. The party managed to win only 20 seats in its stronghold of Haryana.
  • PartyWonLeadingTrailing
  • BJP12200
  • NCP4100
  • INC4200
  • SHS6300
  • OTHERS2000
  • Total288
  • PartyWonLeadingTrailing
  • BJP4700
  • INC1500
  • HJCBL200
  • INLD1900
  • OTHERS700
  • Total90
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 Fuelling fresh speculation in political circles, Union Minister for Shipping and Transport Nitin Gadkari called on Rashtriya Swayam Sevak (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat here on Saturday. Late Friday night, the Bharatiya Janata Party state president and prime contender for the post of the next Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis had met Bhagwat. In a related development, a large number of BJP activists in Jalgaon raised slogans in support of former Leader of Opposition and senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse saying that since northern Maharashtra region has never given a chief minister, he (Khadse) should be considered. With the Shiv Sena appearing keen to join a BJP-led coalition in the state, competition among various contenders within the BJP for the coveted post has intensified after a lull during Diwali. The BJP and the Sena are likely to initiate formal negotiations on the intricacies of forming the new government next week onwards and a decision is likely to be taken before the month-end. (IANS)  

Shashi Tharoor launches cleanliness drive

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Saturday launched a cleanliness drive, asking "why cede Gandhiji's sanitation drive to any party" even after losing the post of party spokesman for tagging along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Clean Indian Campaign. The Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha member launched the drive at the Kovalam beach. Tharoor and a few other Congress workers and representatives of local bodies held brooms and took to the job of cleaning streets. Tharoor said it was Mahatma Gandhi who said sanitation is more important than independence. "Cleanliness is a national programme... not the programme of any particular party," he added. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had nominated Tharoor to spread the message of a clean India.

Modi praises media for writing about Clean India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a brief media address on Saturday said the members of the fourth estate were doing a service to the nation by writing about a clean India. "I am reading so many articles on clean India. Electronic and social media are also doing a comprehensive debate on it. This is a service to the nation. This is a good example of how the media can play a constructive role," Modi said at a media meet at the BJP headquarters here. He said that by virtue of these writing, an environment was being created where citizens are coming together to work hand in hand with the government. "Since independence, it was beleived that the government would do everything. But media is encouraging people to work for the nation. There is now an environment where citizens are realising that all have to work together," Modi said. He said he has had a close association with the media and that he wants to strengthen it. (IANS)

Times have changed, says Modi addressing media persons

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday reached out to the media and said he was looking for ways to deepen his old ties with the fourth estate. Speaking at the Bharatiya Janata Party headquaters here, he said there was a time when he used to move chairs at the party office and used to freely interact with members of the press. Wishing the journalists a happy Diwali, he said the media can play a much larger role in shaping the future of the country. (IANS)

PM Modi meets journalists at BJP headquarters today

For the first time after assuming office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is meeting journalists and editors   at a Diwali Milan function, orgainised at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headquarters in Delhi today. The party president Amit Shah along with other senior leaders like Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Prakash Javadekar and Arun Jaitely are present on the occasion.    

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Bhupinder Singh Hooda

INC
Won ByN.AGarhi Sampla-Kiloi

Kiran Chaudhary

INC
Won ByN.ATosham

Renuka Bishnoi

HJC(BL)
Won ByN.AHansi

Captain Abhimanyu

BJP
Won ByN.ANarnaund

Abhay Singh Chautala

INLD
Won ByN.AEllenabad

Naina Singh Chautala

INLD
Won ByN.ADabwali

Mahender Partap Singh

INC
Lost ByN.ABadkhal

Ajay Singh

INC
Lost ByN.ARewari

Chander Mohan


Lost ByN.ANalwa

Savitri Jindal

INC
Lost ByN.AHisar

Dushyant Chautala

INLD
Lost ByN.AUchana Kalan

Big WinnersBig Losers
Naik Vaibhav Vijay

SHS
Won ByN.AKudal

Nitesh Narayan Rane

INC
Won ByN.AKankavli

Chavan Prithviraj Dajisaheb

INC
Won ByN.AKarad South

Shinde Praniti Sushilkumar

INC
Won ByN.ASolapur City Central

Amit Vilasrao Deshmukh

INC
Won ByN.ALatur City

Munde Pankaja Gopinnathrao

BJP
Won ByN.AParli

Ajit Anantrao Pawar

NCP
Won ByN.ABaramati

Devendra Gangadhar Fadnavis

BJP
Won ByN.ANagpur South West

Narayan Tatu Rane

INC
Lost ByN.AKudal

Chaturvedi Satish

INC
Lost ByN.ANagpur South

Baba Ziauddin Siddique

INC
Lost ByN.AVandre West

Moghe Shivajirao Shivramji

INC
Lost ByN.AArni

Prof.Vasant Chindhuji Purake

INC
Lost ByN.ARalegaon

Dr. Nitin Raut

INC
Lost ByN.ANagpur North

Anees Ahmed

INC
Lost ByN.ANagpur Central

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Election System in India

Types of Elections in India


Following are the major types of elections in the country:
  1. Elections to Lok Sabha
  2. Elections to Rajya Sabha
  3. Elections to State Assemblies
  4. Elections to Legislative Council
  5. Elections to the posts of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister and Chief Minister
  6. Elections to Local Bodies

Right to Vote
The Constituent Assembly adopted the principle of universal adult franchise as the main method of democratic representation in the Lok Sabha and in the State Legislative Assemblies. The original Article 325, providing for adult suffrage fixed the age of eligibility to vote for elections to the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabhas, at 21 years, but by the 62nd Amendment to this clause passed in 1989, it has been reduced to 18 years.

Election Process in India
In an election, various candidates of different parties contest against each other, out of which the people elect their representative. The stages of the election process of India include delimitation of constituencies wherein the entire area (the whole country in the case of Lok Sabha elections and that particular state in the case of Legislative Assembly elections) is divided into constituencies. After the demarcation of constituency, the voters' list of each constituency is prepared and published and nomination papers are filed by the candidates. Thereafter, nomination papers are scrutinised. The next stage is the campaign by all the candidates and the parties. The election campaign ends 48 hours before the polling. The last step is the counting of votes and declaration of result.

Political Parties in India
A political party is a group of people who want to achieve common goals by contesting elections and exercising political power upon winning. India has a multi-party system. Some of the major political parties in India are: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress, Bahujan Samaj party (BSP), Samajwadi Party, Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), National Congress Party (NCP), Janata Dal United (JDU) and Shiv Sena. There are also various regional parties in India.
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Election Results History

Having commenced in the year 1951, elections in India are held after every five years. The PM is elected by the LS members after each election. More...

Assembly Election Results

Held every five years, MLAs are chosen by the people in Assembly Elections in different states. The Chief Minister is selected by the MLAs thereupon.More...

Lok Sabha Election Results

The 16th Lok Sabha elections will take place in 543 constituencies in April-May. Major political parties like INC, BJP, and AAP will contest the elections. More...
  • NDAWon
  • BJP282
  • TDP16
  • SHS18
  • SAD4
  • PMK1
  • Others18
  • Total336
  • UPAWon
  • INC44
  • RJD4
  • NCP6
  • RLD0
  • JMM2
  • Others3
  • Total59
  • Third FrontWon
  • CPM9
  • CPI1
  • RSP(A)0
  • AIFB0
  • SP5
  • Others72
  • Total87
  • All OthersWon
  • AIADMK37
  • AITC34
  • TRS11
  • YSRCP9
  • AAP4
  • Others3
  • Total98
  • Odisha
  • PartyWon
  • BJP10
  • BJD116
  • INC15
  • Others4
  • Sikkim
  • PartyWon
  • BJP0
  • SDF22
  • INC0
  • Others10
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