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Will Narendra Modi Be a Different Leader?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a subdued man when he made his victory speech at the BJP headquarters here Thursday evening. The fizz that was evident after his 2014 election win was missing. He was more sober, introspective, mellowed and showed signs of being accommodative.
Former Prime Minister Deve Gowda Loses for the Second Time
Deve Gowda lost from Tumakuru to the BJP. Bengaluru: Former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda lost the Tumakuru...
Why Congress Lost in Lok Sabha Election
Rahul Gandhi launched a vicious personal campaign against Prime Minister Narendra Modi New Delhi: One of the prime reasons...
Veteran Kharge Loses in Kalburgi After 11 Victories
In one of the biggest upsets, Opposition leader in the previous Lok Sabha and senior Congress party leader Mallikarjun Kharge lost from his traditional Kalburgi seats to his BJP’s Umesh Yadav by 37000 votes.
Exit Polls Indicate Big Sweep for BJP
Most exit polls held by various channels have given the BJP-led NDA a clear majority. If right, there seems to have been an undercurrent favouring the BJP...
Karnataka Exit Poll: BJP Set to Make a Clean Sweep
The BJP is expected to make a clean sweep in Karnataka. India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll predicts that the BJP will win between 21 and 25 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka.
Record Voter Turnout In Kerala Keeps all Fronts on Tenterhooks
The turnout was 76.50 per cent compared to 72.04 in the previous elections. What does this indicate? Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala...
EC’s ambassador Rahul Dravid’s name missing, CEC fumes
After CEC’s intervention, Dravid’s name was included in the electoral list. Bengaluru: The Election's Commission had to face an...
Congress Leaders in Kerala Abandon Shashi Tharoor
With defeat looming large on flamboyant Congress leader Shashi Tharoor from the Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha seat, senior party leaders have started abandoning him.
Modi Loses His Voice in Kerala, But Vows to Protect Faith
After hectic campaigning in the north for the Lok Sabha polls, the BJP’s mascot, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, lost his voice when he came to Kerala. He was not his fiery self as he launched a massive Vijay Sankalp rally in Kozhikode last night.