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Assam Elections 2016: Real test for BJP starts now
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Assam Elections 2016: Real test for BJP starts now

There is a telling detail in the Assam assembly election result. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged the first-time victor with 60 seats in a House of 126 and its share of votes polled stood at 29.5 per cent, tantalisingly behind outgoing ... DNA India, 1 week ago

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Sonowal sworn in as Assam CM

A Bharatiya Janata Party government was installed for the first time in northeastern India yesterday when Sarbananda Sonowal was sworn in as chief minister of Assam state bordering Bangladesh. Sonowal, 53, and was sworn-in by Assam Governor ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago BJP's show of strength at Sonowal's swearing-in ceremony  Rediff.com1 week ago Governor invites Sonowal to form Govt  Assam Tribune1 week ago Sonowal's name to be formalised as chief minister of Assam on May 22  Times of Oman1 week ago

BJP upbeat over Malappuram result

Party's vote share in district goes up from 4.61% in 2011 to 7.39% The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made a huge stride in the Assembly election in the district. The party has nearly doubled its vote share, giving a clear message to the major ...
 The Hindu1 week ago BJP to field more than 6 Catholic candidates  Navhind Times1 week ago BJP wins three seats, overall vote share 10.2 per cent in Bengal  United News of India1 week ago BusinessLine Twenty Years Ago Today: BJP upbeat, stakes claim formally  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
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Live: Jayalalithaa, Mamata buck anti-incumbency; BJP wins in Assam

LDF heads for big win in Kerala, Congress takes Puducherry May 19, 2016: The Bharatiya Janata Party appears to have unseated the Congress in Assam . Grabbing power in the State will be a first for the BJP in India's volatile northeast, a sign ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Mamata, Jaya win big, BJP goes pan-India, Congress loses plot  Asian Age1 week ago Puducherry provides Congress a reason to smile  Rediff.com1 week ago
DNA India

Exit polls: Only Mamata to stay; ruling fronts in Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala to be ousted

If exit polls are to be believed, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to make history in Assam by forming a government for the first time, while Mamata Banerjee will stage a comeback in West Bengal despite a spirited fight by the Left ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago Exit polls: Mamata retains Bengal, big gain for BJP in Assam  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Charges baseless, a cheap publicity stunt: Khadse on Dawood links

After the Aam Aadmi Party leader Preeti Sharma Menon on Friday raised the issue of Maharashtra Bharatiya Janata Party minister Eknath Khadse was on the most dialled list of Mumbai underworld fugitive Dawood Ibrahim's international call list, Khadse on Saturday said the allegations levelled against him were baseless as he had made or received no international call in the past one year. "All allegations levelled against me are baseless. I have received or made no international call from my mobile ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago BSY to garland Ambedkar statue before assuming charge today  The Hindu1 month ago

Assam voted BJP for development, identity protection: Himanta Biswa Sarma

Considered a key man behind Bharatiya Janata Party's grand show in Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, a former Congress strongman and Tarun Gogoi-baiter, on Thursday said people of the state have voted for development and protection of their identity. Sarma, a protege-turned-rival of outgoing Chief Minister Gogoi, said the veteran Congressman was ruling "by default", but people have decisively voted in favour of Narendra Modi in the hope that he will resolve the issues of their identity and usher in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Old friend Sarma takes on Gogoi, says he was ruling by default  Millennium Post1 week ago

Exit polls predict Mamata win in Bengal, BJP in Assam

Exit polls have predicted a win for the Trinamool Congress in West Bengal and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led alliance in Assam. The ruling Trinamool Congress led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will retain power in West Bengal with a ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago Mamata magic to continue in Bengal  Millennium Post2 weeks ago BJP set to win in Assam, Mamata in WB: Exit polls  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Mahanta will be ideal Assam CM: Badruddin Ajmal

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) New Delhi, May 10 Assam's veteran Muslim politician Badruddin Ajmal wants to float a secular Third Front to keep the Bharatiya Janata Party away from forming the new government in the border state, but his ideal chief ...
 ProKerala.com3 weeks ago Assam: Veteran Muslim leader pitches for third Front to stop BJP  Sify2 weeks ago

Ksh Bhabananda Singh takes charge as Manipur BJP chief

Ksh Bhabananda Singh, who was recently appointed as Manipur's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president, today took charge at a ceremony held at the party head office in Nityaipat Chuthek. Bhabananda Singh was handed over the charge by outgoing president Th ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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