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StateConstituencyConstiuency NameLeading PartyCandidate Name
MaharashtraParliamentaryBhandara-GondiyaNCP(Won)KUKADE MADHUKRAO YASHAWANTRAO
MaharashtraParliamentaryPalgharBJP(Won)GAVIT RAJENDRA DHEDYA
NagalandParliamentaryNagalandNDPP(Won)TOKHEHO
Uttar PradeshParliamentaryKairanaRLD(Won)TABASSUM BEGUM
BiharAssemblyJokihatRJD(Won)Shahnawaz
JharkhandAssemblyGomiaJMM(Won)BABITA DEVI
JharkhandAssemblySilliJMM(Won)Seema Devi
KeralaAssemblyChengannurCPI(M) (Won)Saji Cheriyan
MaharashtraAssemblyPalus KadegaonCongress(Won)Kadam Vishwajeet Patangrao
MeghalayaAssemblyAmpti (ST)Congress(Won)MIANI D. SHIRA
PunjabAssemblyShahkotCongress(Won)HARDEV SINGH LADI
UttarakhandAssemblyTharaliBJP(Won)MUNNI DEVI SHAH
Uttar PradeshAssemblyNoorpurSamajwadi(Won)Naim Ul Hasan
West BengalAssemblyMaheshtalaTMC(Won)DULAL CHANDRA DAS
KarnatakaAssemblyRajarajeshwarinagarCongress(Won)Munirathna


KARNATAKA Bombay Karnataka Hyderabad Karnataka Coastal Karnataka Central Karnataka Southern Karnataka Bengaluru Karnataka

Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 222)*

2013 Results

Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP10400
INC8000
JD(S)3700
OTHERS300

Bombay Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 50)*

2013 Results

Bombay Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP3000
INC1700
JD(S)200
OTHERS100

Hyderabad Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 31)*

2013 Results

Hyderabad Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP1200
INC1500
JD(S)400
OTHERS000

Coastal Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 21)*

2013 Results

Coastal Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP1800
INC300
JD(S)000
OTHERS000

Central Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 36)*

2013 Results

Central Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP2400
INC1200
JD(S)000
OTHERS000

Southern Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 50)*

2013 Results

Southern Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP900
INC1500
JD(S)2400
OTHERS200

Bengaluru Karnataka Assembly Election Results ( Total Seats- 34)*

2013 Results

Bengaluru Karnataka Results 2018 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP1100
INC1800
JD(S)700
OTHERS000

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  • There has been an intriguing advertisement that is appearing in the local newspaper of Madhya Pradesh. Five Congressmen have offered to sell their shops and houses in order to collect money for buying Congress president Rahul Gandhi a modern plane. The ad states that since Modi gets to fly in the state of the art Air Force choppers and aircraft, the Gandhi scion, too, must have an aircraft. One of the 5 party workers, Ashok Jaiswal, has stated that “It was evident when the plane in which Gandhi was traveling had a close shave. This concerned us all and we decided to do something for ensuring his safety. If the government won’t listen, we all congressmen, if come together, could buy a plane for Rahul Gandhi in a blink of an eye.” 04:19:13 pm

  • The unending fast of Hardik Patel has entered the eleventh day today. He has been fasting to get his demands of farm loan waiver and Patidar reservation approved by the government. However, the ruling party BJP in the state hasn't acted on the issue. HD Deve Gowda, the JD(S) leader and the former prime minister, has come out in the support of Hardik. On Monday, he tweeted that “I request @narendramodi to intervene immediately and save the life of young Patidar leader in the interest of Backward Classes and community.” 04:26:20 pm

  • While China is trying to woo Nepal, India doesn't want to be left behind in the race either. The country has vowed to help the landlocked Himalayan nation in building a rail link that would connect Raxaul in Bihar and Nepal's capital Kathmandu. This would facilitate easier movement of both cargo and passengers. China, too, is working on a similar plan. An agreement has been signed between Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli and India PM Narendra Modi on Friday. Both the countries are looking forward to study the possibility of the rail link between them. 04:29:57 pm

  • After being aware of the RBI report, Rahul Gandhi has criticised Minister Narendra Modi for the whole demonetization exercise. He also called it a huge scam. He added that with demonetization, Modi promised the end of terror financing, fake currency, and black money and now all that has been failed. Speaking at party headquarters in a press conference, he stated that “The result has been that all the money came back to the RBI. The PM must answer for this. Why did you inflict such an injury on the nation, its youth, its shopkeepers and its small businesses?” 12:16:57 pm

  • Arun Jaitley in a recent statement has stated that NDA's (National Democratic Alliance) deal of 2016 to keep the Rafale jets' price down was better than UPA's (United Progressive Alliance) deal of 2007. He stated that NDA worked hard to keep the cost low by at least 20% on each aircraft. He stated that “If, in 2012, they had come to an agreement, the first (aircraft) would have been delivered in 2017. From 2007 to 2017, the escalations would have gone up, along with a foreign exchange variation... Is the Congress party aware that if you take the 2007 L1 offer and the escalation clause without the add-ons, the price negotiated in 2015-16 is cheaper?” 05:15:20 pm

  • The Congress has demanded an apology from the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the news emerged that all the scrapped notes of 500 and 1,000 are back in the system. The party has stated that the return of the junked notes amounts to the failure of the government to tackle the issue of black money as promised by Modi. Criticising the central government, Congress reminded of the huge price the country had to pay after the sudden decision of demonetisation announced on 8 November 2016. P Chidambaram, the former finance minister, stated that “The Indian economy lost 1.5 percent of GDP growth that accounted for a loss of Rs 2.25 lakh crore a year.” 05:13:48 pm

  • O P Rawat, the Chief Election Commissioner, has put an end to all the speculations regarding the simultaneous holding of Lok Sabha and state assembly poll, saying they can't be held together without a legal framework guiding it. He stated that "The lawmakers will take at least a year to frame a law that can be enforceable. This process takes time. As soon as the Bill to amend the Constitution is ready, we (the Election Commission) will know that things are now moving)." Commenting on the poll preparation, he said, “The Commission has a staff strength of just 400 but deploys 1.11 crore people on poll duty during elections.” 04:47:34 pm

  • Just after a week Ashutosh announced his resignation from the AAP (Aam Aadmi Party), there has come another setback for the party as the party leader Ashish Khetan has decided to leave. Both have cited personal reasons behind their decision. However, the two setbacks in a span of just a few days have raised questions about party's internal politics. Allegedly, Ashutosh didn't like the party's decision to give Rajya Sabha ticket to someone else over him. Many party leaders have been either sacked or left the party since it started its operation in 2012. 04:56:18 pm

  • Governors for the 7 states (Tripura, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Haryana, and Bihar) have been appointed by the President Ram Nath Kovind yesterday. NN Vohra in J&K is replaced by Governor Satya Pal Malik who is transferred from Bihar. For Bihar, BJP leader Lalji Tandon is the new governor. The new governor of Haryana is Narayan Arya, while for Uttarakhand, it is Baby Rani Maurya. For Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy will chair the position of the state's governor and Ganga Prasad will head Sikkim. Kaptan Singh Solanki will take the position of Tripura's governor. 04:41:45 pm

  • Praising the peace situation at the border, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that China and India are dealing with their differences with maturity and sensitivity. He also appreciated the increase in high-level contacts between the two Asian countries. He also accredited it to a major factor in maintaining world peace. Modi also remembered dearly his meeting with China President Xi Jinping in Johannesburg, Qingdao, and Wuhan Starting from today, the Chinese defence minister is on a 4-day visit to India. The visit is being considered a significant development for improving communication between the countries. 04:41:08 pm

  • P Chidambaram, the former finance minister, has claimed that Congress-led governments were very successful in delivering the economic growth. He also took a dig at the current government arrangement where currently three finance ministers are in charge of the economy. Chidambaram has backed up his claims with statistics, stating that during the time of UPA-1 government, the growth increased to 8.87% and even recorded a 2-digit growth of 10.08% over a year. He further added that during the rule of the UPA-2 government, there was a 7.39% growth. However, BJP has disapproved his claims, stating that years under UPA government were marked with current account deficits and rising inflation. The saffron party also stated that it was Modi government which turned the situation around. 04:26:41 pm

  • There has been a change in Congress president Rahul Gandhi's plans regarding his speech arrangements in the UK. The Gandhi scion is scheduled to arrive in London from Germany on August 24. However, the venue for his speech got changed after CF India (Conservative Friends of India) couldn't manage to confirm the room booking. The event was scheduled first at Houses of Parliament complex, but now it is changed to the House of Commons complex. CF India co-chairman, Rami Ranger, has clarified on the issue, stating that “Our event could not go ahead as we were unable to confirm the room booking in time, this being parliamentary recess period.” 02:51:42 pm

  • In an apparent setback to AAP (Aam Aadmi Party), Ashutosh, one of its top leaders, has resigned from the party, citing personal reasons. However, the party supremo Arvind Kejriwal has refused to accept his resignation, stating that he wouldn't accept it in his lifetime. Despite the reason stated by Ashutosh, party insiders believe the real reason is something else. Many claim that he was unhappy over not given a Rajya Sabha ticket and didn't like the party's decision to send a businessman to the upper house. However, Gopal Rai, the convenor of the AAP's Delhi unit, has denied such claims, stating that “Everyone has the right to take personal decisions.” 05:37:05 pm

  • BJP President Amit Shah while addressing a meeting in Meerut on Sunday, has stated that the illegal Bangladeshis would not be allowed to settle in the country. However, he assured to make efforts on giving citizenship to those who come to the country to seek shelter. BJP's UP unit chief Mehendra Nath Pandey and senior BJP leader Bhupendra Yadav, who attended the meeting, stated that Shah emphasised on the well-being of both Muslims and Hindus living in the country. In the meeting, Shah also expressed confidence that the saffron party would become victorious in the approaching general elections. He also asked the party workers to create awareness amongst the public about the development works of the Yogi and Modi governments. 03:18:11 pm

  • In a move to reach out to Indians living abroad ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2019, the Congress President Rahul Gandhi might take a tour to Britain and Germany. As the sources indicate, the Gandhi scion might visit Germany around August 22 and Britain around August 24. Besides addressing the Indian mass there, he is also likely to have meetings with Indian industrialists there. This would mark his first visit to foreign lands after being made the Congress president. In 2017, Gandhi addressed an Indian gathering in the US where he caused a row after talking on the issue of “problem of dynasts.” 03:30:55 pm

Latest News
Jolle Shashikala Annasaheb of BJP Wins from Nippani (Mumbai Karnataka )B Sreeramulu of BJP loses from Badami (Mumbai Karnataka )Siddaramaiah of INC Wins from Badami (Mumbai Karnataka )Priyank Kharge of INC Wins from Chittapur (Hyderabad Karnataka )
Hanamantagouda Krishnagouda Patil of INC Wins from Gadag (Mumbai Karnataka )Deshpande R.V of INC Wins from Haliyal (Coastal Karnataka )Sunil Hegade of BJP loses from Haliyal (Coastal Karnataka )B Nagendra of INC Wins from Bellary (Central Karnataka )
Sanna Pakkirappa of BJP loses from Bellary (Central Karnataka )Anil.H. Lad of INC loses from Bellary City (Central Karnataka )G. Somasekhara Reddy of BJP Wins from Bellary City (Central Karnataka )B. Sreeramulu of BJP Wins from Molakalmuru (Central Karnataka )
H.Anjaneya of INC loses from Holalkere (Central Karnataka )M. Chandrappa of BJP Wins from Holalkere (Central Karnataka )G Karunakara Reddy of BJP Wins from Harapanahalli (Central Karnataka )M P Ravindra of INC loses from Harapanahalli (Central Karnataka )
Goni Malatesha of INC loses from Shikaripura (Central Karnataka )B S Yadiyurappa of BJP Wins from Shikaripura (Central Karnataka )T B Jayachandra of INC loses from Sira (Southern Karnataka )B Sathyanarayana of JD(S) Wins from Sira (Southern Karnataka )
J K Krishna Reddy of JD(S) Wins from Chintamani (Southern Karnataka )K R Ramesh Kumar of INC Wins from Srinivaspur (Southern Karnataka )Priyakrishna of INC loses from Govindraj Nagar (Bengaluru Karnataka )Ramalinga Reddy of INC Wins from B.T.M layout (Bengaluru Karnataka )
Lallesh Reddy of BJP loses from B.T.M layout (Bengaluru Karnataka )H.D.Kumaraswamy of JD(S) Wins from Ramanagaram (Bengaluru Karnataka )H D Kumara Swamy of JD(S) Wins from Channapatna (Bengaluru Karnataka )C P Yogeeshwara of BJP loses from Channapatna (Bengaluru Karnataka )
H.K. Suresh of BJP loses from Belur (Southern Karnataka )B Ramanatha Rai of INC loses from Bantval (Coastal Karnataka )G.T.Devegowda of JD(S) Wins from Chamundeshwari (Southern Karnataka )Siddaramaiah of INC loses from Chamundeshwari (Southern Karnataka )
Results of Important Constituencies
ConstituencyWinner/LeadingTrailing/Runnerup
Nippani
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Jolle Shashikala Annasaheb (BJP )
Kakaso Pandurang Patil (INC )
Kagwad
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Shrimant Balasaheb Patil (INC )
Bharamagouda Alagouda Kage (BJP )
Belgaum Uttar
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Anil S Benake (BJP )
Fairoz Nuruddin Saith (INC )
Belgaum Dakshin
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Abhay Patil (BJP )
M D Lakshminarayan (Annayya) (INC )
Kittur
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Doddagoudar Mahantesh Basavantaray (BJP )
Inamdar Danappagouda Basanagouda (INC )
Terdal
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Siddu Savadi (BJP )
Umashree (INC )
Badami
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Siddaramaiah (INC )
B Sreeramulu (BJP )
Devar Hippargi
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Somanagouda B Patil (Sasanur) (BJP )
Bhimanagouda (Rajugouda) B Patil (JD(S) )
Bijapur City
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Basanagoud .R. Patil (Yatnal) (BJP )
Abdul Hameed Mushrif (INC )
Gadag
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Hanamantagouda Krishnagouda Patil (INC )
Anil Mensinakai (BJP )
Dharwad
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Amrut Ayyappa Desai (BJP )
Vinay Kulkarni (INC )
Hubli-dharwad-Central
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Jagadish Shettar (BJP )
Dr. Mahesh Nalwad (INC )
Kalghatgi
(Mumbai Karnataka)
C M Nimbannavar (BJP )
Santosh S Lad (INC )
Haveri
(Mumbai Karnataka)
Neharu Olekar (BJP )
Rudrappa Lamani (INC )
Chittapur
(Hyderabad Karnataka)
Priyank Kharge (INC )
Valmik Naik (BJP )
Gulbarga Uttar
(Hyderabad Karnataka)
Kaneez Fatima (INC )
Chandrakant B Patil (Chandu Patil) (BJP )
Basavakalyan
(Hyderabad Karnataka)
B. Narayanrao (INC )
Mallikarjun Son Of Sidramappa Khuba (BJP )
Raichur
(Hyderabad Karnataka)
Dr. Shivaraj Patil (BJP )
Syed Yaseen (INC )
Gangawati
(Hyderabad Karnataka)
Paranna Eshwarappa Munavalli (BJP )
Iqbal Ansari (INC )
Haliyal
(Coastal Karnataka)
Deshpande R.V (INC )
Sunil Hegade (BJP )
Udupi
(Coastal Karnataka)
K Raghupathi Bhat (BJP )
Pramod Madhwaraj (INC )
Mangalore
(Coastal Karnataka)
U.T.Abdul Khader (INC )
Santhosh Kumar Rai Boliyaru (BJP )
Bantval
(Coastal Karnataka)
Rajesh Naik U. (BJP )
B Ramanatha Rai (INC )
Bellary
(Central Karnataka)
B Nagendra (INC )
Sanna Pakkirappa (BJP )
Bellary City
(Central Karnataka)
G. Somasekhara Reddy (BJP )
Anil.H. Lad (INC )
Holalkere
(Central Karnataka)
M. Chandrappa (BJP )
H.Anjaneya (INC )
Harapanahalli
(Central Karnataka)
G Karunakara Reddy (BJP )
M P Ravindra (INC )
Davanagere South
(Central Karnataka)
Shamanur Shivashankarappa (INC )
Yashavantha Rao Jadhav (BJP )
Bhadravati
(Central Karnataka)
B.K.Sangameshwara. (INC )
Appaji.M.J. (JD(S) )
Shikaripura
(Central Karnataka)
B S Yadiyurappa (BJP )
Goni Malatesha (INC )
Sagar
(Central Karnataka)
H Halappa Harathalu (BJP )
Kagodu Thimmappa (INC )
Gubbi
(Southern Karnataka)
S R Srinivas (Vasu) (JD(S) )
G N Bettaswamy (BJP )
Sira
(Southern Karnataka)
B Sathyanarayana (JD(S) )
T B Jayachandra (INC )
Shrirangapattana
(Southern Karnataka)
Ravindra Srikantaiah (JD(S) )
A.B.Ramesha Bandisiddegowda (INC )
Belur
(Southern Karnataka)
Lingesha. K.S. (JD(S) )
H.K. Suresh (BJP )
Arkalgud
(Southern Karnataka)
A. T. Ramaswamy (JD(S) )
Manju .A (INC )
Chamundeshwari
(Southern Karnataka)
G.T.Devegowda (JD(S) )
Siddaramaiah (INC )
Chamaraja
(Southern Karnataka)
L. Nagendra (BJP )
Vasu (INC )
Narasimharaja
(Southern Karnataka)
Tanveer Sait (INC )
S.Satheesh (Sandesh Swamy) (BJP )
K.R.Pura
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
B.A.Basavaraja (INC )
N.S.Nandiesha Reddy (BJP )
Byatarayanapura
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Krishna Byregowda (INC )
A Ravi (BJP )
Yeshvanthapura
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
S.T Somashekhar (INC )
T N Javarayi Gowda (JD(S) )
Rajarajeshwarinagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Munirathna (INC )
Muniraju Gowda P M (BJP )
Malleshwaram
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Dr. Ashwath Narayan.C.N. (BJP )
Kengal Shreepadharenu (INC )
Hebbal
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Suresh B S (INC )
Y A Narayanaswamy (BJP )
Pulakeshinagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
R. Akhanda Srinivasamurthy (INC )
B. Prasannakumar (JD(S) )
Sarvagnanagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Kelachandra Joseph George (INC )
Muni Naga Reddy @ M N Reddy (BJP )
C.V. Raman Nagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
S. Raghu (BJP )
R. Sampath Raj (INC )
Shivajinagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
R Roshan Baig (INC )
Katta Subramanya Naidu (BJP )
Shanti Nagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
N A Haris (INC )
K Vasudevamurthy (BJP )
Gandhi Nagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Dinesh Gundu Rao (INC )
A.R. Sapthagiri Gowda (BJP )
Rajaji Nagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
S Suresh Kumar (BJP )
G Padmavathi (INC )
Govindraj Nagar
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
V Somanna (BJP )
Priyakrishna (INC )
Chickpet
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Uday B.Garudachar (BJP )
R.V.Devraj (INC )
Basavanagudi
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Ravisubramanya.L.A (BJP )
K.Bagegowda (JD(S) )
B.T.M layout
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Ramalinga Reddy (INC )
Lallesh Reddy (BJP )
Mahadevapura
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Aravind Limbavali (BJP )
A C Srinivasa (INC )
Bommanahalli
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
Sathish Reddy M (BJP )
Sushma Rajagopala Reddy (INC )
Bangalore South
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
M Krishnappa (BJP )
R K Ramesh (INC )
Anekal
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
B.Shivanna (INC )
A.Narayanaswamy (BJP )
Kanakapura
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
D K Shivakumar (INC )
Narayana Gowda (JD(S) )
Channapatna
(Bengaluru Karnataka)
H D Kumara Swamy (JD(S) )
C P Yogeeshwara (BJP )
*The elections were 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.

Bihar Assembly By-Election Result 2018

AC.NoAssembly ConstituencyWinner CandidateWinning PartyVotes
216JehanabadKumar Krishna Mohan Alias Suday YadavRashtriya Janta Dal76598
205Bhabua Rinki Rani PandeyBharatiya Janta Party64413


Bihar Lok Sabha By-Election 2018

PC.NoParliamentary ConstituencyWinner CandidateWinning PartyVotes
9ArariaSarfaraz AlamRashtriya Janta Dal509334


Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha By-Election 2018

PC.NoParliamentary ConstituencyWinner CandidateWinning PartyVotes
51PhulpurNagendra Pratap Singh PatelSamajwadi Party 342922
64GorakhpurPravin Kumar NishadSamajwadi Party 456513



Madhya Pradesh Assembly Constituency By-Election Result

S.NoAssembly ConstituencyWinner CandidateWinner Party
1KolarasMahendra Singh YadavIndian National Congress
2MungaoliBrijendra Singh YadavIndian National Congress


Orissa By-Election Result

S.NoAssembly ConstituencyWinner Party Winner Candidate Votes
1BijepurBiju Janta DalRita Sahu102871


Ludhiana(Punjab) Municipal Corporation Election 2018 Result Live Updates:

S.NoPartyWards Won
1Congress61
2BJP-SAD22
3LIP-AAP8


Madhya Pradesh Civic Poll Result

PostsBJPCongressOthers
President Post991
Councilors19414513


Tamil Nadu By-Elections 2017 Results

AC NameWinnerPartyRunner-upPartyVotes Margin
Dr Radhakrishnan NagarDINAKARAN.KIndependentMadhusudhanan.EAIADMK31340


West Bengal By-Election Results 2017

AC NameWinnerPartyRunner-upPartyVotes Margin
Sabang GITA RANI BHUNIAAll India Trinamool CongressRITA MANDAL (JANA)Communist Party of India (Marxist)64196

Uttar Pradesh Bye-Election 2017 Result

AC NameWinnerPartyRunner-upPartyVotes Margin
Sikandra AJIT SINGH PALBharatiya Janata PartySEEMA SACHANSamajwadi Party11870


Arunachal Pradesh By-election 2017 Result

AC NameWinnerPartyRunner-upPartyVotes Margin
LikabaliKARDO NYIGYORBharatiya Janata PartyGUMKE RIBAPeople's Party of Arunachal296
Pakke KessangBIYURAM WAHGEBharatiya Janata PartyKAMENG DOLOIndian National Congress479


Madhya Pradesh Chitrakoot Assembly Constituency By-Election Result

Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Nilanshu ChaturvediCongress66810Winner
Shankar Dayal TripathiBJP52677Runner-Up


Punjab Parliamentary By-Election Result 2017- Gurdaspur (PC) Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Sunil Kumar JakharINC4,99,752Winner
Sawarn Singh SalariaBJP3,06,553 Runner Up
Suresh KhajuriaAAP235792nd Runner Up


Kerala Assembly By-Election Result 2017- Vengara Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
K.N.A KhaderIndian Union Muslim League65227Winner
P.P BasheerCommunist Party of India (Marxist)41917Runner Up
K.C NaseerSocial Democratic Party of India86482nd Runner Up


Delhi Assembly By-Election Result 2017- Bawana Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Ram ChanderAAP59,886Winner
Ved PrakashBhartiya Janta Party35,834Runner Up
Surender KumarIndian National Congress31,9192nd Runner Up


Goa Assembly By-Election Result 2017- Panaji Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Manohar ParrikarBhartiya Janta Party9862Winner
Girish ChodankarIndian National Congress5059Runner Up


Goa Assembly By-Election Result 2017 - Valpoi Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Vishwajit RaneBhartiya Janta Party16,167Winner
Roy NaikIndian National Congress6,101Runner Up


Andhra Pradesh Assembly By-Election Result 2017- Nandyal Constituency



Candidate NameParty NameVotesSatus
Bhuma Brahmananda ReddyTelugu Desam Party97,066Winner
Silpa Mohan ReddyYSR Congress69,610Runner Up
Abdul KhaderIndian National Congress1,3822nd Runner Up


MCD Election Results – Party Wise

Party NameLeading/Won
(2017)
2012 Results
AAP 47AAP did not contest in 2012.
BJP 184138
Congress 3077
Others 1057

MCD Election 2017 Results – Corporation Wise

Municipal Corporation BJP
(Leading/Won)
AAP
(Leading/Won)
Congress
(Leading/Won)
Others
(Leading/Won)
NDMC 6620152
SDMC 7016126
EDMC 481032

As the election process comes to an end, all eyes are on the results. The political pundits are already into the guessing game of who will win and by how much. The elections were held in the states of Goa, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Manipur. While the elections were held in a single phase in Goa, Uttarakhand and Punjab, they were held in two phases in Manipur and in seven phases in Uttar Pradesh.

The assembly election has become a prestige point for the ruling BJP and the prime minister Narendra Modi, as it is being said in the political circles that it would be a referendum on prime minister’s policies and will show if his charisma still holds good. Election Results 2017 would most certainly have a bearing on the general elections that would be held in 2019; that is the reason everyone is so keenly awaiting the Live Assembly Election 2017 Results that would be telecast on national television on March 11.

The media organisations and internet-based election portals have made elaborate arrangements for live update of the 2017 assembly election results. Your own trustworthy election portal, elections.in has made all the arrangements so that you have access to authentic election results as and when they are out. The live update of assembly election result 2017 would be available from the morning, when the counting begins, till the end of the day. Stay tuned!



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