Sunday, May 31, 2009

TN Government Implements 6th Pay Commission

In one of the first major step after the Loksabha Elections, the Tamilnadu Government has issued orders to implement the 6th Pay Commission report.

This is a good news for about 12 lakh State Government Employee in Tamil Nadu, the hike in wages with the implementation of the 6th Pay Commission will be around 30%.

If you have the salary calculator for calculating new pay of TN Government employees, kindly post it here. It will be useful for many people who are willing to know their pay hike based on the sixth Pay Commission recommendations by TN Government.

Will have to see how this move by the ruling DMK will change the equations in the state assembly elections.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

BJP Parliamentary Party Meeting

BJP Parliamentary Party will meet today on Sunday to elect the leader of opposition of 15th Loksabha. LK Advani will be their leader of choice.

Latest:

Arun Jaitley has been elected as the BJP party president in Rajya Sabha

BJP will also select the leader of their party in Rajya Sabha - media circles are mentioning about Venkaiah Naidu or Arun Jaitley as the front runners for this post.

Will be of interest to see how long will Advani will continue as the leader of opposition in the 15th Lok Sabha. Party sources are indicating that he may serve this post till end of this year and then Sushma Swaraj may take over as the leader of BJP in the Lower house of Parliament.

More or less at the same time party has to look out for its National president as Rajnath Singh has expressed his desire to step down from the parties top position.

Orissa Council of Ministers

Here is the list of Orissa COUNCIL OF MINISTERS under the leadership of Naveen Patnaik

1 Shri Naveen Patnaik (Chief Minister)
Home
Works
Forest & Environment
General Administration
Water Resource

2 Shri Prasanna Acharya (Cabinet Minister)
Public Grievances & Pensions Administration
Health & Family Welfare

3 Shri Prafulla Chandra Ghadai (Cabinet Minister)
Finance
Excise

4 Shri Prafulla Samal (Cabinet Minister)
Panchayati Raj
Information & Public Relations

5 Smt. Pramila Mallik (Cabinet Minister)
Women And Child Development

6 Sri. Raghunath Mohanty (Cabinet Minister)
Parliamentary Affairs
Industries
Steel And Mines

7 Shri Surjya Narayan Patro (Cabinet Minister)
Revenue & Disaster Management

8 Shri Anang Uday Singh Deo (Cabinet Minister)
Public Enterprises
Planning & Co-Ordination

9 Shri Debi Prasad Mishra (Cabinet Minister)
Higher Education
Tourism & Culture (Culture)
Tourism and Culture (Tourism)

10 Shri Bikram Keshari Arukha (Cabinet Minister)
Rural Development
Law

11 Dr. Damodar Rout (Cabinet Minister)
Agriculture
Co-operation
Fisheries & Animal Resources Development

12 Shri Bijay Ranjan Singh Bariha (Cabinet Minister)
ST & SC. Development,
Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare Department

13 Shri Pratap Jena (Minister, State (Independent))
School And Mass Education

14 Shri Puspendra Singh Deo (Minister, State (Independent))
Labour & Employment

15 Shri Ramesh Chandra Majhi (Minister, State (Independent))
Information Technology
Science And Technology

16 Shri Sarada Prasad Nayak (Minister, State (Independent))
Food Supplies & Consumer Welfare

17 Shri Sanjeeb Kumar Sahoo (Minister, State (Independent))
Commerce & Transport

18 Shri Badrinarayan Patra (Minister, State (Independent))
Housing And Urban Development

19 Shri Prabin Chandra Bhanj Deo (Minister, State (Independent))
Sports And Youth Services

20 Smt. Anjali Behera (Minister, State (Independent))
Textiles & Handloom

21 Shri Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak (Minister, State (Independent))
Energy

22 Shri Prabin Chandra Bhanj Deo (Minister, State)
Revenue & Disaster Management

15th Loksabha Speaker

The speaker for the 15th Loksabha will be elected on the 3rd of June 2009.

Latest:
Meera Kumar D/o Babu Jag jivan Ram to be the first woman speaker of India

*Loksabha speaker post is getting more and more interesting as now the name of Girija is being floated.
*Some TV channels are reporting that Meera Kumar's name is finalized for the Speaker's Post,

Previous:

Some TV Channels are floating the name of Kishore Chandra Deo - KC Deo for this prestigious post in the Indian Parliament.

Now that UPA has comfortable majority in the parliament election of speaker should not be a problem.

In the 14th Loksabha Somnath Chaterjee of CPI(M) was the speaker, who did a great job of being neutral and respecting the proceedings of the Indian Lower house.

Need to see if the opposition fields any candidate for the speakers post.

President address has been finalized and it will be delivered by the President Pratibha Patil when the first session of 15th Loksabha convenes in June

Thursday, May 28, 2009

15th Lok Sabha List of Central Ministers

Here is the complete list of council of ministers in the 15th Loksabha. This list has all the Central Cabinet Union Ministers and Ministers of State.
Latest:

Check out the latest list of Union Central ministers based on the cabinet expansion done on OCT 28th 2012

Cabinet Ministers 

Manmohan Singh: Prime Minister, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Ministry of Planning, Department of Atomic Energy, Department of Space

Sharad Pawar: Agriculture Minister, Minister of Food Processing Industries

Sushil Kumar Shinde: Minister of Home Affairs

P Chidambaram: Finance

Pawan Kumar Bansal: Railways

Salman Khurshid: External Affairs

Kapil Sibal: Minister of Communications and Information Technology

Jairam Ramesh: Rural Development

M Veerappa Moily: Petroleum & Natural Gas

AK Antony: Defence

Ghulam Nabi Azad: Minister of Health and Family Welfare

CP Joshi: Road Transport & Highways

Vayalar Ravi: Overseas Indian Affairs

Kamal Nath: Urban Development & Parliamentary Affairs

MM Pallam Raju: Human Resource Development

Ashwani Kumar: Law & Justice

S Jaipal Reddy: Science & Technology and Earth Sciences

K Rahman Khan: Minority Affairs

Dinsha J Patel: Mines

Ajay Maken: Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation

Harish Rawat: Water Resources

Chandresh Kumari Katoch: Culture

Kumari Selja: Social Justice & Empowerment

Dr. Farooq Abdullah: Minister of New and Renewable Energy

Ajit Singh: Civil Aviation

Mallikarjun Kharge: Minister of Labour and Employment

Anand Sharma: Minister of Commerce and Industry, Minister of Textiles

GK Vasan: Shipping

MK Alagiri: Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers

Praful Manoharbhai Patel: Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises

Sriprakash Jaiswal: Minister of Coal

V Kishore Chandra Deo: Minister of Tribal Affairs, Minister of Panchayati Raj

Beni Prasad Verma: Minister of Steel


Ministers of State (Independent Charge)
K Chiranjeevi: Tourism

Sachin Pilot: Corporate Affairs

Manish Tewari: Information & Broadcasting

Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia: Power

Jayanthi Natarajan: Ministry of Environment and Forests

KH Muniyappa: Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki: Drinking Water & Sanitation

Jitendra Singh: Youth Affairs Ministry, Sports Ministry and Defence Ministry

Krishna Tirath: Ministry of Women and Child Development

Kuruppassery Varkey Thomas: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution

Srikant Kumar Jena: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

Paban Singh Ghatowar: Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs

Ministers of state
KJ Surya Prakash Reddy: Railways

Shashi Tharoor: Human Resource Development

Sarvey Sathyanarayana: Road Transport & Highways

D Purandeswari: Commerce & Industry

Dr (Smt) Kruparani Killi: Communications & Information Technology

Porika Balram Naik: Social Justice & Empowerment

Kodikunnil Suresh: Labour & Employment

Tariq Anwar: Agriculture & Food Processing Industries

Ranee Narah: Tribal Affairs

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury: Railways

Milind Murli Deora: Ministry of Communications and Information Technology

AH Khan Choudhury: Health & Family Welfare

Ninong Ering: Minority Affairs

Deepa Dasmunsi: Urban Development

Lalchand Kataria: Defence

E Ahamed: External Affairs

Jitin Prasada: Human Resource Development

Dr S Jagathrakshakan: New & Renewable Energy

RPN Singh: Home

KC Venugopal: Civil Aviation

Rajeev Shukla: Parliamentary Affairs & Planning

V Narayanasamy: Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Prime Minister Office

Lakshmi Panabaka: Ministry of Textiles

Namo Narain Meena: Ministry of Finance

Pradeep Kumar Jain Aditya: Ministry of Rural Development

SS Palanimanickam: Ministry of Finance

Preneet Kaur: Ministry of External Affairs

Charan Das Mahant: Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Ministry of Food Processing Industries

D Napoleon: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

S Gandhiselvan: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Tushar Amarsinh Chaudhary: Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Pratik Prakashbapu Patil: Ministry of Coal

Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

AP Cabinet berths | AP Council of Ministers

Chief Minister YSR has announced the berths for the council of Ministers of AP Cabinet. He tried giving almost equal importance to the 3 regions of Andhra Pradesh.

Biggest surprise is Sabitha Indra Reddy becoming the first Woman Home Minister. She is wife of former Home Minister P Indra Reddy (from TDP).

Find here all the names of AP Cabinet Ministers along with the portfolios

Patlolla Sabitha Indra Reddy - Home Minister

Ministers who retained their portfolio's from the previous term

K. Rosaiah, Finance portfolio

Dr. YSR Reddy, Law & Order, General Administration, Public Enterprise and all other unallocated matters.

Dharmana Prasada Rao (Revenue)

N. Raghuveera Reddy (Agriculture)

Ponnala Lakshmaiah (Major and Medium Irrigation),

Pilli Subash Chandra Bose (Social Welfare)

M. Mukesh Goud (BC Welfare)

Other Key Ministers

D. Sridhar Babu (Higher Education)

Jupally Krishna Rao (Civil Supplies)

R. Venkat Reddy (Cooperation)

S. Vijayarama Raju (Transport)

Vatti Vasant Kumar (Rural Development)

Kanna Lakshminarayana (Major Industries)

A. Ramnarayana Reddy (Municipal Administration)

Md. Ahmadullah Syed (Primary Education)

C. Shilpa Mohan Reddy (Housing)

Galla Aruna Kumari (Roads and Buildings).

J. Geeta Reddy Information & Public Relations and Tourism

G. Aruna Kumari (Roads & Buildings)

V. Sunitha Lakshma Reddy (Minor Irrigation)

D.K. Aruna (Small-Scale Industries)

Konda Surekha (Women & Child Welfare)

Health and Medical department will have three separate Ministers

- Danam Nagender Health and Family Welfare, APVVP and Hospital Services

- P. Sudarshan Reddy - Medical Education

- Pithani Satyanarayana - Arogyasri, 104, 108 and Medical Infrastructure

Gade Venkata Reddy Departments of Endowments and Stamps & Registration

Balineni Srinivas Reddy Mines and Geology

D. Manikya Varaprasada Rao - Secondary Education has been bifurcated from Education for the first time

Shilpa Mohan Reddy. - Housing, - Indiramma

Monday, May 25, 2009

List of AP Cabinet Ministers

Latest News :

Update on New Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh


Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YSR is killed in a chopper accident. The state is in a shock. Need to see how the political developments will take place in the state. Hope things will get back to normal and hope his soul will rest in peace.

YSR is one of the great chief minister the state had in recent times.

Previous

Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy today declared the first list of council of minister when he announced the 35 member strong minister names. Amongst these 35 there are 20 new faces - first time ministers.


AP Cabinet Ministers with Portfolios

YSR has dropped 4 key ministers from his previous term cabinet - they are K Jana Reddy, J C Diwakar Reddy, R Damodar Reddy, Kasu Venkata Krishna Reddy.

Here is the list of Cabinet Ministers in Andhra Pradesh Government

(1) Danam Nagendar - Hyderabad
(2) Mukesh Goud - Hyderabad
(3) Ponnala Laxmaiah - Warangal
(4) Konda Surekha - Warangal
(5) Sridhar babu - KarimNagar

(6) Komatireddy Venkata Reddy - Nalgonda
(7) D.K.Aruna - Mahaboobnagar
(8) Jupalli Krishna Rao - Mahaboobnagar
(9) Raghuveera Reddy - Anantapur
(10) Ahmadullah - Kadapa

(11) Shilpa Mohan Reddy - Kurnool
(12) Galla Aruna Kumari - Chittoor
(13) P.Rama Chandra Reddy - Chittoor
(14) Sudarshan Reddy - Nizamabad
(15) Sabitha Indra Reddy - Rangareddy

(16) Geetha Reddy - Medak
(17) Damodara Raja Narasimha - Medak
(18) Sunitha Lakshma Reddy - Medak
(19) Ramireddy Venkata Reddy - Khammam
(20) Anam Ramanarayana Reddy - Nellore

(21) Rosaiah - Prakasham
(22) Balineni Srinivasa Reddy - Prakasham
(23) Kanna Lakshmi Narayana - Guntur
(24) Gade Venkat Reddy - Guntur
(25) Dokka Manikya Vara Prasad - Guntur

(26) Mopidevi Venkataramana - Guntur
(27) Partha Saradhi - Krishna
(28) Pithani Satyanarayana - West Godavari
(29) Vatti Vasantha Kumar - West Godavari
(30) Pilli. Subhash Chandra Bose - East Godavari

(31) P.Vishwarup - East Godavari
(32) Pasupuleti Bala Raju - Visakhapatnam
(33) Botsa Satyanarayana - Vizianagaram
(34) Dharmana Prasada Rao - Srikakulam
(35) Shatrucharla Vijaya Rama Raju - Srikakulam

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Samajwadi Party expels Azam Khan

Mulayam Singh's Samajwadi Party has finally initiated action against senior party leader Azam Khan and expelled from the SP party for 6 years. According to party sources this action was taken on the grounds of disciplinary action.

Recently there was a lot of talk about the differences between SP party leaders - Amar Singh and Azam Khan. Movie Actress Jayaprada (Now an MP from Rampur, UP) also raised her concern about Azam Khan.

It will be interesting to see how this action will affect the party, since Azam Khan had a good hold on Muslim vote in UP.

60-year-old Azam Khan, is the SP MLA from Rampur and a founder-member of the party. This action may bring in some relief to Amar Singh.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

15th Loksabha 1st Session from June 1

The newly formed 15th Loksabha will have the first session from June 1st to June 9th. A decision in this regard has been taken by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his first Cabinet meeting today.

The main agenda of this session will be to get on with the work and emphasis will be on the promises to keep which were made by the UPA coalition in their Common Minimum Program, Manifesto and election promises

Agenda and Schedule of the proceedings of the newly formed Loksabha -

As per the schedule for the 1st Session of 15th Loksabha, the first two days will be for the newly-elected members of Parliament to take oath. The Loksabha Speaker's election will take place on June 3rd and President Pratibha Patil will address the joint sitting of both Rajya Sabha and Loksabha on June 4th.

Discussion on the Motion of Thanks to the President will be taken up on June 5th, 8th and 9th.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Cabinet Ministers of India from cabsec.nic.in

We will get the list of Cabinet Ministers of India later today after the swearing in ceremony of the new UPA government ministers led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

You can get the list of Council of Ministers from this site
http://cabsec.nic.in/coumin.htm

Mostly the list will be completed after the oath taking process today. As you can see we are expecting quite a few changes in this list of Cabinet Ministers in the Indian Central Government

For a complete list of ministries and the departments to be handled within the ministry by central government see below, this list will be updated with all the new ministers of UPA Government:

Previous Cabinet Ministers before the reshuffle

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions;
Ministry of Planning;
Department of Atomic Energy;
Department of Space;
Ministry of Coal;
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
Minister of External Affairs
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Human Resource Development.
Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution.
Minister of Railways.
Minister of Defence
Minister of Minority Affairs.
Minister of Power
Minister of Chemicals & Fertilizers
Minister of Steel.
Minister of Urban Development.
Minister of Mines.
Minister of Home Affairs.
Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.
Minister of Tribal Affairs.
Minister of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways.
Minister of Textiles.
Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.
Minister of Commerce & Industry.
Minister of Law & Justice.
Minister of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises.
Minister of Water Resources.
Minister of Rural Development.
Minister of Panchayati Raj
Minister of Development of North Eastern Region. .
Minister of Social Justice & Empowerment.
Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas.
Minister of Tourism and Minister of Culture.
Minister of Communications and Information Technology.
Minister of Science & Technology
Minister of Earth Sciences.
Minister of Corporate Affairs.

MINISTERS OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE)

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Women & Child Development.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Food Processing Industries.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy .
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

MINISTERS OF STATE
Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers
Minister of State in the Ministry of Mines..
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs..
Minister of State in the Ministry of Defence.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Railways.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture
Minister of State in the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution.
Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture
Minister of State in the Ministry of Rural Development
Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment and Forests.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Law & Justice.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Textiles.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tourism
Minister of State in the Ministry of Culture..
Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment & Forests.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Water Resources.
Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs
Minister of State in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Urban Development.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas.
Minister of State in the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion
Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Rural Development.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Planning.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Coal.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tribal Affairs.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Steel.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

List of Cabinet Ministers in the UPA Government

Latest:
List of Ministers under Narendra Modi NDA Government

Previous:
 
Manmohan Singh is all set to take oath this evening as the Prime Minister for the second term. He will be the parliamentary party leader of the United Progressive Alliance - UPA Coalition.

Latest news on Central Cabinet portfolios:

Election of 15th Lok Sabha Speaker

Complete list of Central Ministers with allocated Portfolios
Cabinet Ministers of India

Previous Portfolio allocation details:
*P Chidambaram - Home
*AK Anonty - Defence
*Sharad Pawar - Agriculture
*Mamata Banerjee - Railways
*Pranab Mukerjee - Finance
* SM Krishna to be the new External Affairs Minister
*Arjun Singh after losing the Cabinet berth may be made the Governor of a state
*Prime Minister calling for the first Cabinet Meeting today

Previous Review:
We are expecting some Union Cabinet and Union State Ministers also take oath along with the Prime Minister as part of formation of the new Government.

As of now here is the list the Central Cabinet and State Ministers - only speculation, the list will updated once the ministers take oath.

Finance Minister - Pranab Mukherjee

Home Minister - P Chidambaram

Defence Minister - A K Antony

Foreign Minister - Salman Khursheed, Kamal Nath or SM Krishna

Railways Minister - Mamata Banerjee (TC))

HRD Minister - Kapil Sibal

Agriculture Minister - Sharad Pawar (NCP)

Parliamentary Affairs - Ghulam Nabi Azad

Petroleum Minister - Murli Deora

Commerce Minister - Kamal Nath or Jairam Ramesh

Health Minister - Kanimozhi (only if DMK joins)

Civil Aviation Ministry - Praful Patel (NCP)

Other Ministers - Azhagiri ( only if DMK joins), Dayanidhi Maran ( only if DMK joins), Ambika Soni, Girija Vyas, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Jitin Prasad, Sachin Pilot.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Percentage of votes polled for each political parties

Party wise percent of votes polled

Here is the percentage of votes polled for major political parties in 2009 Parliament elections.

INC - 28.55%
BJP - 18.8%
BSP - 6.17%
CPM - 5.33%
NCP - 2.04%
CPI - 1.43%
RJD - 1.27%
Others - 36.42%

Others include state parties, regional parties. So by looking at these election statistics it is to be concluded that Congress party had a overall gain in the poll percentage while BJP has a marginal reduction. BSP is slowly and steadily increasing its poll percentage all over the country.

List of Winners in the 15th Loksabha from each party

Party Wise number of seats in the 15th Loksabha

Here is the list of Number of winners from each party in the just concluded Loksabha General Elections.

Bahujan Samaj Party 21
Bharatiya Janata Party 116
Communist Party of India 4
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 16
Indian National Congress 206
Nationalist Congress Party 9
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 9
All India Forward Bloc 2
All India Trinamool Congress 19
Asom Gana Parishad 1
Assam United Democratic Front 1
Biju Janata Dal 14
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 18
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 3
Janata Dal (Secular) 3
Janata Dal (United) 20
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 2
Kerala Congress (M) 1
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 1
Muslim League Kerala State Committee 2
Nagaland Peoples Front 1
Revolutionary Socialist Party 2
Samajwadi Party 23
Shiromani Akali Dal 4
Shivsena 11
Sikkim Democratic Front 1
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 2
Telugu Desam 6
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 1
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi 1
Bodaland Peoples Front 1
Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) 1
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) 1
Rashtriya Lok Dal 5
Swabhimani Paksha 1
Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katch 1
Independent 9

Friday, May 15, 2009

Election Results from Zee News, Star News, ETV Headlines today

You can get the latest election results, debates, possible post poll alliances and the performance of each party in the just concluded Elections.

2014 General Election results and party positions will be updated here.


2013 Karnataka Assembly Election Results

Breaking News Final Tally:
UPA 262 +80
NDA 157 -14
Third Front 67 -36
Other Parties 30 +7
Fourth Front 27 -37

 
*Major Gains for UPA all over;
Counting starts for 543 Parliament Seats

Election Results Analysis

All the TV Channels will be covering this action LIVE and you can get the state wise party positions, party wise performance when compared to the previous elections, trends in voting. Also expected are the vote swing in favor or against a political party.

All these can be viewed LIVE on Zee News, Star News, ETV Headlines today, Gemini TV, Sun TV, Tamil TV, Jaya news, ZEE Marathi, TV9 Kannada, TV5 Telugu.

Debates are scheduled in NDTV, Aajtak, CNN IBN, NDTV 24 X 7, DD News and DD National Channels.

Political Party Positions in the 15th Loksabha

Latest updates as on March 05th 2011 - News is coming from TN that DMK central ministers will quit the UPA cabinet and may give support from outside.

This will put pressure on Manmohan Singh's ministry. Let us see how the developments will be in the next few days.

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Here is the status of different parties performance in the 15th Loksabha along with their political alliances.

Tally Out of 543 Seats

UNITED PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE UPA - 262

Congress - 206

Trinamool Congress - 19

DMK - 18

Nationalist Congress Party - 9

National Conference - 3

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - 2

Muslim League Kerala State Committee - 2

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen - 1

Bodoland People’s Front - 1

Kerala Congress (Mani) - 1

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE - 159

Bharatiya Janata Party - 116

Janata Dal-United - 20

Shiv Sena - 11

Rashtriya Lok Dal - 5

Akali Dal - 4

Telangana Rashtra Samithi - 2

Asom Gana Parishad - 1

THIRD FRONT - 80

Bahujan Samaj Party - 21

CPI-M - 16

Biju Janata Dal - 14

AIADMK - 9

Telegu Desam Party - 6

CPI - 4

Janata Dal-Secular - 3

Forward Bloc - 2

Revolutionary Socialist Party - 2

MDMK - 1

Haryana Janhit Congress - 1

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) - 1

FOURTH FRONT - 27

Samajwadi Party - 23

Rashtriya Janata Dal - 4

OTHERS - 15

Independents - 9

Assam United Democratic Front - 1

Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi - 1

Swabhimani Paksha - 1

Nagaland People’s Front - 1

Sikkim Democratic Front - 1

VCK - 1


Preview:
For the Congress party position in the 15th Loksabha along with its alliances, check here once the election results start coming in. This coalition is referred as the United Progressive Alliance - UPA

Here are the list of political parties who can be part of this alliance, the list will be updates as and when we get the results

UPA
Congress - Indian National Congress

DMK - Dravia Munethra Kazhagam

NCP - Nationalist Congress Party

TC - Trinamool Congress

JMM - Jharkhand Mukti Morcha

NC - National Conference

Others - RPI Athavale, IUML, Kerala Congress

NDA - National Democratic Alliance - BJP being the major party

BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party

JDU - Janata Dal United

SS - Shiv Sena

SAD - Shiromani Akali Dal

AGP - Assam Gano Parishad

INLD - Indian National Lokdal

RLD - Rashtriya Lokdal

Third Front - This is the front that can be expected to have too many floating parties - it highly unlikely that this party will form a government on its own

BSP - Bahujan Samaj Party

AIADMK - All India Anna DMK

TDP - Telugu Desam Party - also vying for the state assembly elections

JDS - Janata Dal Secular

TRS - Telangana Rashtriya Samithi

Left Parties - part of the third front as of now, but can do anything to ensure a non BJP government in the center.

CPI

CPM

RSP

AIFB

Other parties who may support the third front

PMK, MDMK, JVM, PDP

Fourth Front - this is a new front that is being coined just before the general elections, need to see the impact of this front on other alliances

SP - Samajwadi Party

RJD - Rashtriya Janata Dal

LJP - Lok Janashakti Party


Other Parties who have not yet decided to join a particular front or who are just waiting to be opportunistic

BJD - Biju Janata Dal - may bargain for a support for the regional assembly seats, was part of the NDA just before the elections

AUDF

SDF

HJC - Bhajan

PRP - Praja Rajyam Party formed by Actor Chiranjeevi, contesting for the first time, may throw a surprise to all

Independents

LIVE Election Results from www.eciresults.nic.in

2014 Maharashtra Assembly General Election Results - counting has started
* BJP Leading
BJP+     113     +66
SS     62     +18
Cong     48     -33
NCP     43     -19
Others     19     -32


2014 Haryana Assembly General Election Results
* BJP Leading
BJP     52     +48
INLD+     17     -15
Cong     12     -28
HJC+     1     -5
Others     8     0


2014 Loksabha General Election Results

Highlights: 543 / 543

NDA - 334
UPA - 63
AAP - 04
Others - 142

Party wise results:
BJP - 284
INC - 47
AIADMK - 35
Trinamool - 33
BJD - 18
Shivsena - 18
CPIM -8
TDP - 13
TRS - 10
YSR - 9
SP - 7
NCP - 5
SAD - 4 
LJP - 5
RJD - 4

UP Party positions

Andhra Pradesh Assembly Election Results


Narendra Modi's Swearing in Ceremony as Prime Minister

* Narendra Modi leading in Varanasi, all set to be the Prime Minister of India
* Sonia Gandhi leading in Rae Barelly 
* BJP achieves majority, NDA crossing 300+
* BJP on its own will hit 272 and more
* Landslide victory for BJP
* Major gains in Assam, WB for BJP
* Anantkumar leading in South Bangalore
* AAP doing well in Punjab
* Sweep for BJP in Delhi, Gujarat, MP etc.
* TDP all set to form government in Andhra
* TRS sweeping in Telangana 


Constituency wise trends: 
http://eciresults.nic.in/StatewiseU01.htm

http://www.eciresults.nic.in

Party Positions Status and Trends:
http://eciresults.nic.in/PartyWiseResult.htm

Constituency wise (for all candidates) - here is the status:
http://eciresults.nic.in/ConstituencyWiseU011.htm

Telangana and Andhra Pradesh (Seemandhra) Election Results available at:
http://eciresults.ap.nic.in/

Stay tuned for the upcoming 2014 Loksabha General Election Results to check the Latest Party positions, trends and leading status - counting start time is 8 AM IST

As May 16th is getting closer everyone is anxious about the respective party positions.
Let us see if this results will give a clear majority to NDA's prime minister candidate Narendra Modi.
Previous Election Results:

2013 Karnataka Assembly Election Results

Counting begins for the assembly election results in the 3 states of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura

Check out for the latest trends and results on Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Results.

2012 Gujarat Election Results

Narendra Modi wins by Two-Thirds majority

Previous updates on the 2012 Assembly Election results of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Punjab and Manipur.


The election process is complete and now the exit poll results of UP and the other above states started coming in. It will be a hung assembly in UP 2012 polls !

Please check here for latest updates on 2012 UP Assembly Election results.

Here is the latest from the most common news and TV channels on 2012 Live election results:
http://www.ndtv.com/election/show/?q=uttar-pradesh-election-map-2012&pfrom=home-dtype
http://ibnlive.in.com/elections2012/

Previous updates related to the 2011 Assembly Elections for the states of Tamilnadu, Kerala, Assam, Pondicherry and West Bengal

2011 TN Assembly Election Results
 



Highlights
 
Tamilnadu - AIADMK wins, Jayalalitha all set to be the Chief Minister
Kerala - Congress led UDF manages to get a simple majority
Assam - Congress sweeps the elections
Pondicherry - DMK will form the government
West Bengal - Mamata Banerjee all set to be the first non-CPIM Chief minister of West Bengal in 3 decades. Trinamool Congress sweeps the Bengal polls
Andhra Bye Elections - Jagan Creates History winning by more than 5 Lakh majority, issues a warning to the ruling congress government.

Previous:India Parliament Election Results LIVE from http://www.eciresults.nic.in/. This is the official website of Election Commission of India.

Watch this space for Maharashtra Assembly Elections results and Haryana Assembly Elections results 2009

Previous:
Loksabha Results
UPA 262 80
NDA 157 -14
Third Front 67 -36
Other Parties 30 7
Fourth Front 27 -37


Party Wise
Indian National CONGRESS 206 61
BJP 116 -22
SP 23 -13
BSP 21 +2
JD(U) 20 +12

Highlights of the 2009 General Election Results
*UPA gains by huge margins - Major gains for Congress in UP as per initial trends
*AP -Congress doing ok; PRP is gaining; TRS losing; TDP not too far behind Congress
*Bihar - Nitesh is sweeping
*Delhi - Congress Leading
*Gujarat - BJP is holding on to its lead
*Shashi Tharror leading in Tiruvananthapuram
*Haryana - congress leading; BSP opening the account
*Maharashtra - Congress/NCP - BJP/SS sharing the seats
*Jharkhand - NDA, UPA sharing
*Karnataka - BJP leading in 16 seats; JDS slight gains
*Kerala - UPA major gains; Left major losses
*MP - BJP leads, but congress gaining; BSP leading in 1 seat for the first time
*Punjab - Congress doing better than expected
*West Bengal - TC leading; LEft major losses; BJP leading in 2
*Tamilnadu - 14 for AIADMK; 19 for DMK ; BJP leading in 1; MS Iyer and PC trailing
*UP - Major gains for Congress; BSP losing in many seats
*Rajasthan - Congress 15; BJP 5; Big wins for Congress
*Orissa - BJD sweeping;
*Counting Begins for Loksabha 543 Seats

Also Check:Congress UPA all set to form the Government in India for the 15th Loksabha

Previous:At Present the above website is showing the dummy data.It will become live with real data at 8.00 AM on 16th May 2009 once the ECI start declaring the actual results for the general elections 2009.

Along with these we are also going to have the assembly election results of AP, Orissa and Sikkim.

Watch all the LIVE action of trends, analysis and Election results starting tomorrow morning

For more information check:
http://www.eciresults.nic.in


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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Exit Poll Results and Analysis

Find here the latest related to the opinion poll and exit poll results and analysis of the recently concluded Loksabha general elections.

Exit Poll analysis by Main political parties
Find here the exit poll results of India General Elections - these are from the TV Channels of India. Looks like it will be a hung parliament with no single party emerging as a clear leader. All the suspense will end on the 16th of May when the most of counting of votes will take place.


Previous Results

Congress own exit poll analysis
UPA - 218
NDA - 194
Third Front - 101
Others - 30

BJP’s own Exit Poll analysis
UPA - 170
NDA - 215
Third Front - 125
Others - 33

Here are the exit poll results from different TV Channels in IndiaCNN IBNLIVE
Cong+: 185 to 205 seats
BJP+: likely to get 165 to 185 seats
Third Front: 110 to 130 seats
Fourth Front: 25 to 35 seats
Others: 20 to 30 seats


NDTV Exit Poll analysis
UPA - 205-215
NDA - 160 -170
Third Front - 120 -130
Fourth Front - 30 - 35
Others - 6-10

India TV
UPA - 195
NDA - 189
Third Front - 113
Other - 14

Headlines Today
UPA - 191
NDA - 180
Third Front - 134

News X
UPA - 199
NDA - 191
Third Front - 104
Others - 48

Times of India
UPA 201
NDA 195
3rd Front 82
Other 65

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

India Elections opinion Poll Results from CNNIBN NDTV Aajtak TV9 TV Channels

As the last phase of general elections are going to complete today, media is allowed to show their results of the opinion polls. Till today election commission has banned all opinion polls, exit polls, post poll surveys because these may influence the voting pattern of the forthcoming phase of elections.

ABP Live Election news and results:

http://www.abplive.in/

Flash News / Exit Poll Results:Detailed Exit Poll Results
 
Exit Poll Coverage by TV Channels

Most of the TV Channels will be covering this post poll proceedings from today evening till the government is formed. Exit Poll and Opinion Poll results will start coming from today evening after 5PM.

You can view the details LIVE on TV on the following channels - see the links for more details:

The verdict - CNN IBN - IBN LIVE - http://ibnlive.in.com/politics/index.html

India Decides from NDTV - http://elections.ndtv.com/

AajTak - complete election results coverage in Hindi - http://aajtak.intoday.in/

Headlines Today - from India Today - http://election2009.intoday.in/

India Today Leadometer - http://election2009.intoday.in/lead4.shtml - complete tracking of trends and leads of 2009 General Elections

Star TV - http://www.startv.com/channels/IN

Zee News http://www.zeenews.com/election09

Sneha TV - for Election results coverage of AP Assembly and general elections - http://www.snehatv.com/snehabeta2/

TV9 Telugu, TV9 kannada, TV5 Telugu - will cover the elections in regional languages

Phase 5 final round Elections List of Constituencies

Today is the last day of the voting for the general elections, the Phase 5 will conclude the month long polling process in India. With this the action from campaigning etc will shift to the counting which will begin on the 16th of May 2009.

Here are the list of constituencies that are going for poll in Phase 5 - in total there are 86 seats at stake in today's voting.

Himachal Pradesh - 4 Seats
Kangra, Mandi, Hamirpur, Shimla (SC)

Jammu & Kashmit - 2 seats
Baramulla, Ladakh

Punjab - 9 seats
Jalandhar (SC), Hoshiarpur (SC), Faridkot (SC), Gurdaspur, Amritsar, Khadoor Sahib, Anandpur Sahib, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib (SC)

Tamilnadu - 39 seats - all the seats going for poll, very important for anyone to form the government
Dindigul, Karur, Tiruchirappalli, Perambalur, Cuddalore, Mayiladuthurai, Thanjavur, Sivaganga, Madurai, Theni, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thoothukkudi, Tirunelveli, Kanniyakumari, Tiruvallur (SC), Kancheepuram (SC), Viluppuram (SC), Salem, Namakkal,
Erode, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Pollachi, Chennai North, Chennai South, Chennai Central, Sriperumbudur, Arakkonam, Vellore, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Tiruvannamalai, Arani, Kallakurichi, Nilgiris (SC), Chidambaram (SC), Nagapattinam (SC), Tenkasi (SC)

Uttar Pradesh - 14 seats
Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Rampur, Sambhal, Amroha, Badaun, Aonla, Bareilly, Pilibhit, Kheri, Dhaurahra, Nagina (SC), Shahjahanpur (SC)

West Bengal - 11 Seats
Bangaon (SC), Mathurapur (SC), Barrackpur, Dum Dum, Barasat, Basirhat, Diamond Harbour, Jadavpur, Kolkata Dakshin, Kolkata Utttar, Jaynagar (SC)

Uttarakhand - 5 seats
Tehri Garhwal, Garhwal, Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar, Hardwar, Almora (SC)

Chandigarh - 1 seat - UT

Pondicherry - 1 seat

Monday, May 4, 2009

Phase 4 Constituencies going for poll on May 7th 2009

Here is the state wise list of Loksabha constituencies going for poll on Phase 4 of 2009 General Elections. The polling will take place on the 7th of May 2009. All the seats in Haryana, Rajasthan and Delhi will go for poll on this day only.

Bihar - 3 Seats
Nalanda, Patna Sahib, Pataliputra

Haryana - 10 seats
Rohtak, Bhiwani - Mahendragarh, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ambala (SC), Kurukshetra, Sirsa (SC), Hisar, Karnal, Sonipat

Jammu & Kashmir - 1 Seat - Srinagar

Punjab - 4 Seats
Firozpur, Bathinda, Sangrur, Patiala

Rajasthan - 25 Seats
Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Jaipur Rural, Jaipur, Alwar, Tonk - Sawai Madhopur, Ajmer, Nagaur, Pali, Jodhpur, Barmer, Jalore, Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Bhilwara, Kota, Jhalawar - baran, Ganganagar (SC), Bikaner (SC), Bharatpur (SC), Kharauli-Dholpur (SC), Dausa (ST), Udaipur (ST), Banswara (ST)

Uttar Pradesh - 18 seats
Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Gautam Budhha Nagar, Aligarh, Mathura, Fatehpur Sikri Firozabad, Etah, Farrukhabad, Kannauj, Mainpuri, Bulandshahr (SC), Hathras (SC), Agra (SC), Etawah (SC), Kairana

West Bengal - 17 Seats
Ranaghat (SC), Arambag (SC), Bardhaman Purba (SC), Bolpur (SC), Jangipur, Baharampur, Murshidabad, Krishnanagar, Howrah, Uluberia, Sreerampur, Hooghly, Tamluk, Kanthi, Budhaman - Durgapur, Asansol, Birbhum

National Capital Territory of Delhi - NCT of Delhi - 7 Seats
Chandni Chowk, North East Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi, West Delhi, South Delhi, North West Delhi (SC)