Bypolls to 51 Assembly seats, two Lok Sabha constituencies in 18 states record 57% turnout; heavy rains disrupt polling in Kerala
The overall voting percentage in the bypolls to 51 Assembly seats was nearly 56.84 per cent, the Election Commission said while releasing data available till 7 pm, adding that the polling passed off peacefully
By-election 2019 Voting Updates: Polling concludes in 51 seats across 18 states; Arunachal Pradesh's Khonsa West records highest turnout at 90.74%
By-election polling updates: Voting for bypolls in 51 Assembly constituencies across 18 states concluded at 6 pm. While Arunachal Pradesh's Khonsa West Assembly constituency recorded highest turnout at 90.74 percent, Uttar Pradesh recorded the lowest at 44.71 percent
Opposition's bid for impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra betrays its desperation, bodes ill for judiciary
The signature drive for impeaching CJI Dipak Misra may not have come as a shock. However, what is happening is regrettable for the judiciary and the country.
Uttar Pradesh, Bihar bypoll verdict can spell trouble for Congress as regional parties take upper hand
The results of bypolls in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar do not bode well for the Congress as the strengthening of regional outfits may weaken the grand old party's chances of leading a joint Opposition front for the 2019 general elections.
Sharad Yadav takes dig at Nitish Kumar, says those who 'trampled' people's mandate have been defeated in bypolls
Sharad Yadav, who had broken ranks with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over his decision to ally with the BJP, on Wednesday claimed vindication after the NDA suffered electoral losses in the bypolls in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
Bihar bypolls: 12% voter turnout recorded till 10 am in Araria LS seat and Jehanabad, Bhabhua Assembly constituencies
About 12 percent electorate cast their votes till 10 am in the bypolls for one Lok Sabha and two Assembly seats in Bihar on Sunday, where the ruling JD(U)-BJP combine and the opposition RJD-Congress alliance are locked in a battle.
RJD-Congress alliance in Bihar has reached an agreement over seat sharing in the bypolls for two Assembly segments and one Lok Sabha constituency
Bihar bypolls: JD(U) will not contest Araria, Jahanabad and Bhabhua seats in upcoming in March bye-elections
The ruling JD(U) in Bihar on Saturday announced that it would not field its candidates from any of the three seats where bypolls are scheduled to be held next month
The results of the recent bypolls in Punjab and Maharashtra, and the arithmetic-based "unity" of the Janata parivar will make anti-BJP politics the mainstay in the immediate future. This means PM Narendra Modi will have to share more power to move his agenda forward.
New JD(U) Legislature Party leader Nitish Kumar on Monday staked claim to form government before Governor Kesri Nath Tripathi, parading 130 MLAs in his support.
Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Sunday spoke in favour of the idea of RJD and Congress joining the JD(U) government.
BJP ally Shiv Sena on Tuesday said that the '<em>Mahayuti</em>' needs pull up its socks and refrain from gloating over the "Modi wave".
The results have given the Congress the feeling that not all is lost for it yet and there are openings for it to crawl back into political relevance.
The bypoll results have been a setback for the BJP, but too much should not be read into them. In fact, in Bihar, the real loser is not just the BJP, but Nitish Kumar.
The by-poll outcome in Bihar is a setback to the BJP, particularly so given that Amit Shah had said that the BJP should “get into the habit of winning”
Bihar Assembly elections will be held ion 2015. Today's bypolls are a semi-final of sorts.
Polling in the crucial bypolls for 10 Assembly seats in Bihar was peaceful today, but marked by low turnout, with average of 11.9 percent voter turnout by 10 AM.
Bypolls to ten Assembly seats in Bihar will take place today and it remains to be seen whether the Modi magic will continue or if Nitish and Lalu's alliance will be the winning formula.