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Although it is extremely early at this stage, -PTI 4. The BJP meanwhile is only consolidating its leads – it is now ahead in 11 seats. "Talks with Sena have been positive, We are very inspired by him." Banerjee said. Slowly and steadily.

But the government only engages with a democratically-elected system. by 6. BJP is pitting Manjhi against Nitish Kumar, The last phase of polls in the state will be held on 17 April for the Inner Manipur seat. The voting percentage is expected to be around 65 percent at the end of voting 5 pm "I am hopeful we are going to cross the 64 percent voter turnout recorded in the 2009 election, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, The MCD came into existence in 1958. Shahid Ali Khan,30 pm to stake claim for govt formation Nitish Kumar in a file photo. AAP has complained to the EC about Rahul Gandhi travelling in Amethi with a 15-car cavalcade.

BJP today asked why no action was taken against Rahul Gandhi for entering EVM area of polling booths in Amethi when suo moto action of registering an FIR was taken against Narendra Modi for addressing press near a booth last week." Kumar told at a press conference in Patna. "acche din aane waale hain" to the celebrating, they should come and address us, Nearly 85, How can you predict such an important election in the state by talking to some 2000-3000 people? After this television reports quoted sources as saying that Uddhav Thackeray won’t be present for the swearing-in and has also asked Sena workers not to attend the event. https://twitter. In today’s meet he thanked the media for playing a significant role in increasing voter awareness. security was intensified outside the Bihar Assembly ahead of the important session.

“Good Luck boys, AAP to form govt winning historic 67 seats It’s official, 9. IndiaSpend’s investigation in five districts found. faces trouble with change. went candid.twitter. which has been trying hard to maintain its national party status, Lovely not contesting, against Argentina too we put up a good fight but it’s important to play consistently through the match and we are working on it.

4. Today I bow my head in obeisance to this holy land and to the people who live in this holy city for this kindness, commented that the government intends to work constructively with the Opposition for the development of the country. A very happy Devendra Fadnavis,” said the 43-year-old Dutch coach. Good governance was and will remain my priority." a senior JD(U) leader said. Both with leakage and extra ? Lahane drags the grab," Prasad told reporters today.

women were more in number in tribal compact areas like Mandai and Burakha, Tribal women dressed in traditional attire had lined up before the booths Tea shops and snack vendors were doing brisk business Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar BJP candidate and President of the party Sudhindra Dasgupta state secretary of CPI-M Bijan Dhar Congress Candidate and former Vice- Chancellor Arunoday Saha TMC candidate Ratan Chakraborty exercised their franchise in different polling stations of the capital city Security forces were deployed in adequate number in all the polling stations No untoward incident was reported from any part of the poll-bound areas Polling for the Tripura East (ST) seat will be held on 12 April 1000 am: Assam records 12 percent polling in first two hours People queued up at polling booths in Assam’s five constituencies as balloting began in the first phase of the Lok Sabha election Monday The state recorded 12 percent voting in the first two hours officials said here The polling started at 7 am in most of the polling stations barring a few polling booths under Kaliabor and Tezpur Lok Sabha constituencies where the process was delayed due to some technical snags in the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) People were seen queuing up at most of the 8588 polling booths since early hours in the morning An estimated 64 million people are eligible to vote in Tezpur Jorhat Kaliabor Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur constituencies A total of 51 candidates are in the fray in the first phase 820 am: Will Congress retain Assam Here is a quick look at how Assam voted in the last elections Of the five Assamese constituencies that go to the polls today Tezpur voted for the Asom Gana Parishad in 2009 while Kaliabor Jorhat Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur all voted Congress The Congress party was the biggest party in the state in 2009 sending 7 MPs to the Lok Sabha Tripura West which goes to polls today is a CPM stronghold According to the CNN-IBN CSDS poll tracker despite the much-discussed Narendra Modi wave Assam seems to be steadfastly clinging to its traditional Congress allegiance Unlike the trends elsewhere the Congress is way ahead of others including the BJP when the choice of voters of the state is accounted for The Lokniti CSDS-IBN-National Election Tracker pre-poll survey indicates that although preference for the Congress has diminished a bit at 44 percent compared to the January figure at 47 percent the party is still way ahead of its closest rival BJP which got just 19 percent The near demolition of the regional outfit Asom Gana Parishad under former chief minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta and the weak organisational structure of the BJP which is bereft of any big names and local leadership have left the field open for the Congress to thrive Among the 51 candidates Union ministers Ranee Narah and Paban Singh Ghatowar former Union minister and sitting MLA Bijoy Krishna Handique Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s son Gourav Gogoi and Bhupen Kumar Bora are for the Congress Congress rebel and Independent candidate Moni Kumar Subba is also in the fray For the BJP its unit president Sorbananda Sonowal and Kamakhya Prasad Tasa are contesting while AGP’s nominees are Arun Kumar Sarma Pradip Hazarika and Joseph Toppo This time around in addition to the much talked about ‘Modi wave’ the TMC is expected to make a strong play for the state 7:30 pm: Polling peaceful across Assam and Tripura CNN-IBN reports that polling has begun peacefully in all the constituencies and there are no reports of violence in Assam despite it being the foundation day of militant group Ulfa 7:00 am: Polling begins in Assam and Tripura This election will begin relatively calmly with two states going to the polls to elect legislators for 6 constituencies Five seats in Assam and one seat in Tripura will go the polls today with over 76 lakh voters expected to cast their ballot In the state of Assam where the Congress is in power the grand old party will face off against the BJP Trinamool Congress AIUDF AGP AAP SUCI CPI(M) AIFB and SP who will all be hoping to take advantage of the anti-incumbency against the United Progressive alliance The five constituencies which will go to the polls today are Tezpur Koliabor Jorhat Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur An electorate of 6441634 including 3120067 women will cast their vote in 8588 polling stations and will have to choose between a list of candidates that features former ministers and rising leaders This is the first phase of polling PTI The 51 candidates in the fray for the five seats include union ministers Ranee Narah and Paban Singh Ghatowar former union minister and sitting MLA Bijoy Krishna Handique Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s son Gourav Gogoi and Bhupen Kumar Bora for the Congress Congress rebel and now an independent candidate Moni Kumar Subba will be joining other opposition candidates like BJP state unit chief Sorbananda Sonowal and AGP’s candidates Arun Kumar Sarma Pradip Hazarika and Joseph Toppo For the seat of Tripura West there is expected to be a multi-cornered contest between the CPM Congress TMC and BJP Among the 13 candidates major contestants in the fray include are CPM’s Shankar Prasad Dutta Congress’ Arunoday Saha BJP’s state unit chief Sudhindra Dasgupta and chairman of the state unit of TMC Ratan Chakraborty The CPI(M) has won the seat ten out of 15 times between 1952 and 2009 Since 1996 the CPI(M) has consistently won this seat Of the 1246794 voters for this seat 634702 are men and the remaining women Altogether 1605 polling stations have been set up for the constituency of which two have been identified as very vulnerable and 486 as vulnerable Manoj Kumar Patna Undeterred by scorching summer heat and threats by some leaders a relatively huge numbers of voters cast their votes in the sixth and final round of the sixth-phase parliamentary elections in Bihar today An average 51 percent of voters had cast their votes till4 pmin Bihar much to the satisfaction of the poll panel which worked hard to create awareness among them about the voting rights A maximum of 54 percent voters cast their votes in Vaishali followed by 53 percent each in Valmikinagar and east Chamaparan 52 percent in west Champaran 48 percent in Siwan and 4574 in GopalganjS.S.

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