The exit poll results have been declared on 16 th May and there is a surprise consensus across states among agencies except for Tamil Nadu. While all incumbent governments are expected to be thrown out, Mamata in Bengal is expected to be back as CM ... Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
Exit poll results: How accurate were election surveys during the 2011 Assembly polls? - Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
15:52 (IST) BJP won in Assam because Congress contested alone: Nitish Kumar "There is not much reason to celebrate for BJP. They (BJP) won (in Assam) because Congress decided to contest alone," ANI quoted Bihar CM Nitish Kumar as saying. ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
09:56 (IST) The latest trends for BJP and Congress Times Now —BJP+: 55, Congress+:15 NDTV — BJP+: 67, Congress+: 25 India Today TV — BJP+: 55, Congress+: 15 CNN-News18: BJP+: 79, Congress+: 20 09:55 (IST) Prodyut Bordoloi ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam election results Live: Amit Shah thanks voters, promises development in state Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam election results Live: Tarun Gogoi accepts ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam election results Live: BJP headed for historic ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
08:03 (IST) And it begins... #Elections2016 : Counting begins in West Bengal,Assam,Tamil Nadu,Kerala and Puducherry. Postal ballots to be opened first — ANI (@ANI_news) May 19, 2016 07:27 (IST) Here's what the poll of polls says: ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam results live: Will BJP debut in power to end Tarun Gogoi's 15-year rule? Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam results Live: BJP leads in early trends, Ajmal trailing in South Salmara Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Assam results Live: Will the BJP debut in power to end Tarun Gogoi's 15-year rule? Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
Of all the four states and a Union Territory that have gone to polls in the last one month, Tamil Nadu will perhaps be the most interesting one to watch out for on May 19. Assembly Polls 2016 Coverage ; What May 16 exit polls said While all ...Oneindia, 2 months ago
01:20 am Thiruvananthapuram : Kerala may once again repeat the four decade-old history of throwing out incumbent governments if the exit poll findings released after the elections on Monday are any indication. Though the surveys predictions on the ...The Freepress Journal, 2 months ago
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