UP gets maximum berths in Modi 2.0 Cabinet

The second Narendra Modi-led government has the maximum representation of 10 faces from the politically crucial Uttar Pradesh, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi who represents Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, followed by seven from Maharashtra and six from Bihar. Continue Reading

2019 polls: SKM secures majority in Sikkim

SKM thus ended Chamling’s 25-year rule in the State. The 68-year-old outgoing chief minister won both Poklok-Kamrang and Namchi Singhithang seats. There were 11 candidates in the run for the seat.  Continue Reading

2019 general elections: DMK leads in Tamilnadu

At last, the DMK, which was facing back to back defeats, today posted its first major victory under the leadership of M K Stalin, as the party established clear leads in the Lok Sabha elections held in Tamilnadu. Continue Reading

2019 LS polls: TRS leading by 8 seats in Telangana

According to current trends, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) led by K Chandrashekar Rao is leading in only 8 of the 17 Lok Sabha seats in Telangana. This is seen as a major set back for TRS. BJP is ahead in 5 seats. Continue Reading

We don’t take exit polls seriously, will wait till 23 May: Stalin

DMK President M K Stalin said he did not take the exit polls seriously and would rather wait for 23 May to know people’s predictions. He further stated that his late father M Karunanidhi had taken the same stand in the past also. Continue Reading

NDA allies from TN to attend dinner meet with Modi today

Leaders of the NDA in Tamil Nadu, including Chief Minister K Palaniswami, will attend the dinner meeting of alliance partners in New Delhi on Tuesday, the BJP state unit said here Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah are expected to be present at the meet. Continue Reading

BJP will get more than 280 seats: Muralidhar Rao

Dismissing his colleague Ram Madhav’s assessment that the BJP will need the support of allies to form government, senior leader P Muralidhar Rao says his party will get more than 280 seats while the NDA’s tally will be 300 plus. Continue Reading

Amit Shah slams BJP leaders for supporting Godse

BJP president Amit Shah Friday came out strongly against the controversial remarks of his party leaders, including Pragya Singh Thakur, over Nathuram Godse, saying the BJP has taken serious note of their statements, which are against its ideology. Continue Reading