05 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Millions voted today in Bihar's Assembly polls, bringing down the curtains on a staggered five-phase battle that pitted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP-led alliance against the Grand Alliance of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Here, we bring first picture of Bihar exit polls 2015.
15 Oct 2014
New Delhi: BJP was on Wednesday projected in exit polls to emerge as the largest party in both Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections stopping short of majority.
09 Nov 2015
New Delhi: As in the past, many of the exit polls gave a clear majority to the BJP-led NDA going way off the mark in ground realities while those that predicted victory for the 'grand alliance' did not anticipate the sweep.
17 Dec 2012
Voting for second and final phase of Gujarat assembly elections 2012 ended on Monday evening with millions casting their ballot at 23, 318 polling booths of the state. Elections in the second phase were held in 95 of the total of 182 constituencies.
19 May 2016
New Delhi: Fire crackers were burst and sweets distributed at the BJP headquarters here today as party supporters began celebrating its sure win in Assam and the party marking its maiden presence in West Bengal and Kerala assemblies.
07 Nov 2015
New Delhi: An exit poll on national channel yesterday predicted an edge for the BJP-led alliance in the Bihar Assembly elections giving it 120 to 130 seats in the 243 member House.
08 Nov 2015
Patna: Nitish Kumar, often referred to as Chanakya of Bihar politics, lived up to the moniker when he surprisingly joined hands with arch rival RJD boss Lalu Prasad to script a third consecutive term for himself as Chief Minister after being bruised and bloodied in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
19 May 2016
Thiruvananthapuram: The Left appeared set to stage a comeback in Kerala on Thursday, as it took winning leads in 87 of the 140 constituencies. The BJP was poised to enter the assembly for the first time.
19 May 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the winning candidates, where the BJP has stormed Assam unseating Congress which has also lost Kerela. TMC and AIADMK are cruising comfortably to retain power in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu.
05 Feb 2015
New Delhi: The BJP is projected to get absolute majority in Delhi and win between 41-45 seats and AAP is likely to secure the second place, according to a survey by Research and Development Initiative (RDI).