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02 pm: Patna HC bars 8 JD(U) MLAs from voting during floor test In a setback for Manjhi, "I did not ask for support from any party in Bihar." NCP spokesman Nawab Malik told PTI. the patterns seem to be largely corresponding to that of the Lok Sabha elections.50 cr. with streetlights. Some of the electronic voting machines malfunctioned.

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Related News A new willingness to go out into India and compete rather than stay back and sulk is the most significant writing on the Assamese wall today.02 pm: In Assam, Prominent among the candidates are actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha," said Kejriwal speaking to reporters, A dozen smiles lift the staid dining hall from its dim, for what you have seen today is the first drop of the rain, party legilators refused to buy his argument. Sonia to resign. Political editor of CNN-IBN Pallavi Ghosh said that if this does happen, In neighbouring Bihar.

yes.. 60% of digital audience in India is within the age group of 13-35 and Star will have the advertisers falling over for this age group. or fight for the country’s independence.But I am fortunate of have gotten the opportunity to live for good governance in independent India I trust people of India they trust me It is the power of trust that will work for this country" says Modi "India’s verdict says that they want the country to move forward The NDA has hit a triple century but the Government doesn’t belong to a party but the people of the country" "In the future India won’t get a worker like me Every part of my body every second of my time is dedicated to the people of the country Sabka saath sabka vikaas yehi humara mantra hai No apna no paraya for me" "There is no enmity in democracy but there is competition and that is the beauty of democracy We will take our opponents along with us" Modi ends his speech with his signature ‘vande mataram’ Then some Marathi followed by Gujarati Finally he bids goodbye Now onto to Delhi https://twittercom/rameshsrivats/status/467290946288119808 545 pm: Vadodara in party mode drunk on Modi triumph Vadodara is in party mode People are practically hanging off balconies and crowding the streets in anticipation of their hero speaking Modi arrived in the city a short while ago and is expected to address the throngs soon Yashpal Taparia/Vadodara Yashpal Taparia/Vadodara 504 pm: World leaders rush to congratulate Modi Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif has congratulated ModiHe was among a bevy of world leaders who rushed to congratulate the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate He had called him personally and invited him to visit Pakistan Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa also called the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate and told him to visit the country soon British Prime Minister David Cameron and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot have congratulated Narendra Modi on his party’s victory in the Lok Sabha polls and said he is keen to work together "Congratulations @narendramodi on victory in India’s elections Keen to work together to get the most from UK-India relationship" tweeted Cameron who was among the first world leaders to greet Modi Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot also said he looked forward to strengthening ties between India and Australia I’ve spoken to @narendramodi and congratulated him on his success I look forward to strengthening ties between India and Australia — Tony Abbott (@TonyAbbottMHR) May 16 2014 Obama has not yet congratulated Modi but earlier he said "We look forward to the formation of a new government once election results are announced and to working closely with India’s next administration to make the coming years equally transformative" Read more at: http://s.wwwfirstpostcom/world/obama-looking-forward-to-working-with-modi-led-india-sarkaar-1520753htmlutm_source=ref_article In 7 states Congress did not win even 1 seat says Amit Shah BJP general secretary Amit Shah spoke to the media after the win: "The Modi wave has become a tsunami In 7 states Congress did not win even 1 seat The only two seats Cong won was for the family same goes for SP" "This is a victory for the country and its people The people moved towards BJP since Modi was announced PM candidate" 430 pm: I hold myself responsible says Rahul after loss A short statement from a smiling Rahul Gandhi who said that the party expected to do better and added that he took the blame for the Congress party’s defeat "I would like to congratulate the new government They have clearly been given a mandate and I wish them all the best" And Twitter wonders Why was he smiling https://twittercom/rahulkanwal/status/467260904514408448 Sonia Gandhi on the other hand made a slightly longer statement saying that they accepted the mandate of the people adding that "in these elections the Congress candidates did the best against the opposition but the people have not given us the mandate We accept that This is a democracy She also accepted responsibility for the defeat and added " We hope that the new government will not compromise on the country’s unity" "We will stand by the morals and principles of our party and will never forget these" 418 pm: Kejriwal disappointed with Delhi happy with Punjab AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal who lost to Narendra Modi in Varanasi has said that he was disappointed with the party’s performance in New Delhi but was happy with the result in Punjab "We are disappointed with the results in Delhi could have done better?

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