Riding on a massive Modi wave sweeping through most parts of India, the BJP was set to return to
BJP and JD(U) are leading on 16 and 15 seats respectively while LJP is ahead on six seats.
Polls were held for 17 Lok Sabha seats on April 11. Counting of votes began at 8 AM Thursday.
From the start of counting of votes at 8 am on Thursday, Deol has been maintaining a lead over
The NC is leading in Srinagar, Baramulla and Anantnag, while an Independent candidate is leading in
In Aska Lok Sabha seat BJD candidate Pramila Bisoi is leading against her nearest BJP rival Anita
In Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was leading by over 55,000 votes against his SP rival.
In politically volatile Vatakara constituency, the CPI(M) strongman P Jayarajan is trailing by
BJP's Pragya Singh Thakur was leading over Congress' Digvijay Singh by 44,222 votes in Bhopal.
The BJP is leading in 24 seats and its alliance partner RLP in one seat while the Congress is
The saffron party has conceded three seats to its allies this time - two to the AGP and one to the
Congress is ahead in three seats and JD(S) in one, with trends available so far indicating that the
Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju is leading by 30548 votes in Arunachal West against
Union ministers Giriraj Singh and Ravi Shankar Prasad are among the NDA candidates who are leading.
All parties fought the election on their own without any alliance, unlike in 2014 when the TDP-BJP
Television channels showed the BJP surging ahead with leads in more than 320 seats.
The by-polls and Parliamentary elections are crucial for both the ruling AIADMK and main opposition
State Chief Electoral Officer Sanjiv Kumar had earlier said the first set of results may start from
Elections in the state were held in seven-phases beginning April 11, with 466 candidates, including
The Assembly constituencies of Panaji, Mandrem and Mapusa fall under North Goa district and Shiroda