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Exit Poll Chintamani CHINTAMANI-5DOTS EXIT POLL cum POST-POLL 2019 LOK SABHA ELECTIONS

When we set out on the 2019 journey, the scenario was quite fuzzy. The opposition parties were resurgent after the 2018 Assembly Elections. Congress was brimming over with confidence, and Read More…

Exit Poll 2019 Lok Sabha Election Exit Poll 2019 Live Updates

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Phase 7 Live Updates Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Seventh Phase Live Updates

  Previous Phases Live Voter Turnout 2014 vs 2019 – Assembly Constituency Wise Phase 5 | Phase 6 |  Phase 7 Live Voter Turnout 2014 vs 2019  |  Phase 7 Read More…

Phase 7 Live Voter Turnout Phase 7 Live Voter Turnout – 2014 vs 2019 – Segement Wise

Seventh Phase Live Voter Turnout – 2014 vs 2019   Previous Phases Voter Tunrout –  Phase 5 | Phase 6 |   Total Turnout – Phase 7 – 65.06%   Read More…

Phase 7 Opinion Poll WILL BJP CREATE HISTORY AND BEAT THE 300 MARK? – Phase 7 Opinion Poll

PHASE 7 LIVE UDPATES – CLICK HERE    When we gave out our first opinion poll before the start of the Elections 2019, we had projected 271 seats for BJP. Read More…

WILL BENGAL TURN SAFFRON IN 2019 Will Bengal Turn Saffron in 2019?

The year was 2009. Elections to the 15th Lok Sabhā had taken place. CPM led Left Front had been ruling West Bengal since 1977, and nobody had quite figured out Read More…

*The elections will be held in 222 Assembly constituencies. Elections in RR Nagar constituency has been deferred to May 28, while the elections in Jayanagar constituency have been postponed due to death of BJP MLA and contestant B N Vijaykumar. The dates for Jayanagar polls will be updated as EC notification.

Bengaluru Karnataka Election Results 2018

Pie chart showing party wise 2018 election results for Bengaluru-karnataka. Also shown along are 2013 pie chart showing the number of seats won by BJP, INC, JD(S) and Others.
Bengaluru Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Party Wise Results
(Total Seats - 34)*
Bengaluru Karnataka Assembly Elections 2013 Party Wise Results
(Total Seats - 34)*
Constituency Wise Results
ConstituencyWinner/LeadingTrailing/Runnerup
Yelahanka S.R.Vishwanath (BJP )WinnerA M Hanumanthegowda (JD(S) )Runner-up
K.R.Pura B.A.Basavaraja (INC )WinnerN.S.Nandiesha Reddy (BJP )Runner-up
Byatarayanapura Krishna Byregowda (INC )WinnerA Ravi (BJP )Runner-up
Yeshvanthapura S.T Somashekhar (INC )WinnerT N Javarayi Gowda (JD(S) )Runner-up
Rajarajeshwarinagar Munirathna (INC )WinnerMuniraju Gowda P M (BJP )Runner-up
Dasarahalli R.Manjunatha (JD(S) )WinnerS Muniraju (BJP )Runner-up
Mahalakshmi Layout K. Gopalaiah (JD(S) )WinnerN.L. Narendra Babu (BJP )Runner-up
Malleshwaram Dr. Ashwath Narayan.C.N. (BJP )WinnerKengal Shreepadharenu (INC )Runner-up
Hebbal Suresh B S (INC )WinnerY A Narayanaswamy (BJP )Runner-up
Pulakeshinagar R. Akhanda Srinivasamurthy (INC )WinnerB. Prasannakumar (JD(S) )Runner-up
Sarvagnanagar Kelachandra Joseph George (INC )WinnerMuni Naga Reddy @ M N Reddy (BJP )Runner-up
C.V. Raman Nagar S. Raghu (BJP )WinnerR. Sampath Raj (INC )Runner-up
Shivajinagar R Roshan Baig (INC )WinnerKatta Subramanya Naidu (BJP )Runner-up
Shanti Nagar N A Haris (INC )WinnerK Vasudevamurthy (BJP )Runner-up
Gandhi Nagar Dinesh Gundu Rao (INC )WinnerA.R. Sapthagiri Gowda (BJP )Runner-up
Rajaji Nagar S Suresh Kumar (BJP )WinnerG Padmavathi (INC )Runner-up
Govindraj Nagar V Somanna (BJP )WinnerPriyakrishna (INC )Runner-up
Vijay Nagar M. Krishnappa (INC )WinnerH. Ravindra (BJP )Runner-up
Chamrajpet B.Z. Zameer Ahmed Khan (INC )WinnerM Lakshminarayana (BJP )Runner-up
Chickpet Uday B.Garudachar (BJP )WinnerR.V.Devraj (INC )Runner-up
Basavanagudi Ravisubramanya.L.A (BJP )WinnerK.Bagegowda (JD(S) )Runner-up
Padmanaba Nagar R Ashoka (BJP )WinnerV K Gopal (JD(S) )Runner-up
B.T.M layout Ramalinga Reddy (INC )WinnerLallesh Reddy (BJP )Runner-up
Jayanagar Sowmya R (INC )Winner (BJP)Runner-up
Mahadevapura Aravind Limbavali (BJP )WinnerA C Srinivasa (INC )Runner-up
Bommanahalli Sathish Reddy M (BJP )WinnerSushma Rajagopala Reddy (INC )Runner-up
Bangalore South M Krishnappa (BJP )WinnerR K Ramesh (INC )Runner-up
Anekal B.Shivanna (INC )WinnerA.Narayanaswamy (BJP )Runner-up
Hosakote N Nagaraju (M.T.B) (INC )WinnerSharath Kumar Bachegowda (BJP )Runner-up
Devanahalli Narayanaswamy L N (JD(S) )WinnerVenkataswamy (INC )Runner-up
Doddaballapur T Venkataramanaiah (INC )WinnerB Munegowda (JD(S) )Runner-up
Nelamangala Dr. K .Sreenivasamurthy (JD(S) )WinnerR Narayanaswamy (INC )Runner-up
Magadi A. Manjunath (JD(S) )WinnerH.C. Balakrishna (INC )Runner-up
Ramanagaram H.D.Kumaraswamy (JD(S) )WinnerIqbal Hussain.H.A (INC )Runner-up
Kanakapura D K Shivakumar (INC )WinnerNarayana Gowda (JD(S) )Runner-up
Channapatna H D Kumara Swamy (JD(S) )WinnerC P Yogeeshwara (BJP )Runner-up
Important Candidates of bengaluru-karnataka
CandidateConstituencyStatus
Priyakrishna (INC )Govindraj Nagar
K Devadas (JD(S))B.T.M layout --
Ramalinga Reddy (INC )B.T.M layout
Lallesh Reddy (BJP )B.T.M layout
H.D.Kumaraswamy (JD(S) )Ramanagaram
H D Kumara Swamy (JD(S) )Channapatna
C P Yogeeshwara (BJP )Channapatna
H M Revanna (INC)Channapatna --

The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) was riding the Modi wave and thus, could cash in votes from National Capital Territory in the Lok Sabha elections in 2014. The Union Territory of Delhi consists of seven Lok Sabha seats. The BJP managed to sweep all the seats from here in 2014. But it seems that it is not going to be a cake's walk for the saffron party this time. Certainly, Arvind Kejriwal is the biggest ...Read More

Unlike Uttar Pradesh, all is well for the Congress and Mahagathbandhan in Bihar and Jharkhand. The confusion in the non-BJP camp is partly due to the lack of appreciation at this time, while the contrasting picture of synergy among them in Bihar and Jharkhand is driven by an acknowledgement of each other’s mutual interests. There is no denying the fact that state-level alliances will hold the key in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. In Uttar ...Read More

BJP and Congress two main National parties are always in fight for victory in each election. But this time in Telangana Elections 2018 it is TRS. Both National parties are unable to mark their significant presence in the state as per majority exit and opinion polls. On the other hand, elections coming closer bookies have started putting their money on Congress, TDP collation. BJP is also trying hard by conducting the rallies through its main ...Read More

The BJP arrived in 2014 with a consolidated Hindu vote riding on the call for a development-driven and corruption-free model of governance that appealed to all sections of society alike. On record, this government has seen lesser communal disturbances in its present tenure. Yet a section of civil society and public intellectuals have again been explicitly critical of the BJP’s policies and may have created a chink in BJP’s consolidated Hindu vote armor. Two Bharat ...Read More

Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018 - Vasundhara Raje, the chief minister of Rajasthan, on Saturday said the Congress fielded former BJP leader Jaswant Singh's son Manvendra Singh from her Jhalrapatan constituency in the upcoming Assembly polls as it could not find any other candidate. "The Congress could not find any candidate and he (Manvendra Singh) was to be given ticket from somewhere and therefore, he was sent here (Jhalrapatan)," Raje said addressing the public. Her remark ...Read More

Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 : Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi on Saturday released his party's manifesto on stamp paper for the state Assembly polls and challenged the ruling BJP, and the Congress to do the same. Jogi said he had released the 14-point manifesto of Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) on the stamp paper and therefore was committed to fulfilling the promises mentioned in it. "If I don't fulfil promises made in it, I can ...Read More

  Telangana Assembly Elections 2018 - The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) released its first list of nine candidates for the December 7 Legislative Assembly elections in Telangana. The total number of assembly segments in the state is 119. The TDP announced the list after its alliance partner Congress released its first list of 65 candidates. The candidates announced by the TDP are — Erra Sekhar (Mahabubnagar), T Veerender Goud (Uppal), Bhavya Anand Prasad (Serilingampalli), Revuri ...Read More

Telangana Assembly Elections 2018 - On Monday, the Congress released its first list of 65 candidates for the December 7 Telangana Assembly polls, with state party chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy to contest from the Huzurnagar constituency. The list was declared after a marathon meeting of the party's Central Election Committee (CEC) chaired by party president Rahul Gandhi. All Telangana state Congress leaders were present at the meeting. The list was released late at night ...Read More

The Thursday's by-polls were a far cry from predictable and brought many new changes and faces into the political circle. While some parties managed to retain their seats, some faced a drastic defeat. Here is the break down of yesterday's by-polls.... Uttar Pradesh By-polls took place for the crucial Lok Sabha seat- Kairana and the Assembly seat- Noorpur. Tabassum Hasan from Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) has won the Kairana seat after defeating Mriganka Singh of ...Read More

By-polls for both Assembly and the Parliamentary constituencies will be held on May 28 as announced by the Election Commission of India. The results for the elections will be declared on May 31. The fight for both the Assembly as well as the Parliamentary seats is going to be really tough this time as these by-elections will be serving as a teaser to the big picture of the parties just ahead of the general elections of 2019. This ...Read More
Bengaluru Karnataka Region Map

Bengaluru Karnataka

Overview

Bangalore Karnataka was a part of the Princely State of Mysore under the Wodeyars during the British rule. Bengaluru region has been a Congress bastion since Independence, but in the recent years the people of the region have voted for candidates that can work for the development of the region and issues related to day-to-day life. Bengaluru Karnataka comprises the present day districts of Bengaluru Urban and Bengaluru Rural.

Historical Background

Bangalore Karnataka has a rich and complex history, while the Kempe Gowda I laid the foundation of western front of the city in 1537, the eastern front of present-day Bengaluru was built by the British administration in the beginning of the nineteenth century, after British forces moved to make the city a cantonment. The city developed parallel to each other, while British administration looked after the eastern city, the old city developed by Kempe Gowda I remained under the Princely State of Mysore and became its capital, after India gained Independence. Bengaluru was made the capital of the state of Mysore in 1956, when several other Kannada dominated regions were integrated to the Princely State of Mysore, with the passage of State Reorganisation Act. In 1986, Bangalore was divided into two parts: Bangalore Urban and Bangalore Rural for better administration. The development of Bengaluru has been on an upward trajectory ever since the time of IT-revolution in India, with the Government of India ushering in reforms in the telecom sector and pushed for development of IT sector in India. Bengaluru has since, gone onto achieve great success in the field of IT, thus, labelling the capital of Karnataka as "Silicon Valley of India".

Political Scenario

The Indian National Congress was the dominant party in the Bangalore Karnataka region till the beginning of 1980s, but since then, the people of Bangalore have elected their leaders wisely, based on their performance and what they have to offer to the urban population of the region. Since the rise of BJP in Karnataka, the Hindu majority population in the region has shown its support for the party for its "Hindutva brand" of politics. While Congress and JD(S) have a significant grip on the minority population of Bangalore region consisting of Muslims, Christians, and Jains.

Issues pertaining to the region

The rapid urbanisation and growing population due to workforce migration has seen Bengaluru face issues that are part of fast-growing cities in developing countries. Problems such as mass displacement, increasing slum settlements, health epidemics, and pollution, have become commonn for people living in the Bangalore Karnataka region. According to a recent report, Bengaluru is set to join Cape Town in terms of water shortage, as the city looks to be on the verge of "Day Zero", when the taps and other water sources in the city will run out of water. Sewage and drains are choked up in the region, as local authorities and government have time and again failed to restructure the water usage in the city and sewage management.

Assembly Constituencies and MLAs from Bengaluru Karnataka Region

AC. No. Constituency Current MLAParty
150YelahankaS. R. VishwanathBJP
151K.R. PuraB. A. BasavarajaINC
152ByatarayanapuraC. B. Krishna ByregowdaINC
153YeshvanthapuraS. T. SomashekarINC
154RajarajeshwarinagarMunirathnaINC
155DasarahalliS. MunirajuBJP
156Mahalakshmi LayoutK. GopalaiahJD(S)
157MalleshwaramDr. C. N. Ashwath NarayanaBJP
158HebbalY. A. Narayana SwamyBJP
159PulakeshinagarVacant
160SarvagnanagarK. J. GeorgeINC
161C.V Raman NagarS. RaghuBJP
162ShivajinagarR. Roshan BaigINC
163Shanti NagarN. A. HarisINC
164Gandhi NagarDinesh GunduraoINC
165Rajaji NagarS. Suresh KumarBJP
166Govindraj NagarPriyakrishnaINC
167Vijay NagarM.KrishnappaINC
168ChamrajpetVacant
169ChickpetR. V. DevarajINC
170BasavanagudiL. A. RavisubramanyaBJP
171Padmanaba NagarR. AshokaBJP
172B. T. M LayoutRamalinga ReddyINC
173JayanagarB. N. VijayakumarBJP
174MahadevapuraAravinda LimbavaliBJP
175BommanahalliM. Satish ReddyBJP
176Bangalore SouthM. KrishnappaBJP
177AnekalB. ShivannaINC
178HosakoteM. T. B. NagarajuINC
179DevanahalliPilla MunishamappaJD(S)
180DoddaballapurT. VenkataramanaiahINC
181NelamangalaDr. K. SrinivasamurthyJD(S)
182MagadiVacant
183RamanagaramH. D. KumaraswamyJD(S)
184KanakapuraD. K. ShivakumarINC
185ChannapatnaC. P. YogeeshwarINC


Last on April 23, 2018