IND Vs BAN | 1st Test Nov 14, 2019
BAN 63/3 (26.1)
CHH Vs CHA | Round 5 - Match 79 Nov 14, 2019
CHA 132/3 (16.0)
GOA Vs SER | Round 5 - Match 74 Nov 14, 2019
GOA 168/8 (19.0)
PUD Vs HAR | Round 5 - Match 82 Nov 14, 2019
HAR 115/4 (15.1)
PUN Vs RLY | Round 5 - Match 80 Nov 14, 2019
PUN 0/0 (0.0)
KER Vs VID | Round 5 - Match 75 Nov 14, 2019
VID 50/4 (9.2)
RAJ Vs UP | Round 5 - Match 76 Nov 14, 2019
RAJ 82/2 (10.0)
GUJ Vs SIK | Round 5 - Match 77 Nov 14, 2019
GUJ 50/1 (4.2)
DEL Vs JK | Round 5 - Match 86 Nov 14, 2019
DEL 165/7 (20.0)
BEN Vs MUM | Round 5 - Match 81 Nov 14, 2019
MUM 44/0 (6.1)
Latest News on Odisha Elections
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May 24, 2019
Odisha Congress chief Niranjan Patnaik resigns, takes 'moral responsibility' for poor show in Lok Sabha, Assembly pollsOdisha Pradesh Congress Committee president Niranjan Patnaik on Friday announced his resignation from the post in the wake of the party's electoral debacle in the state.
Apr 29, 2019
Lok Sabha election 2019: 76.44% turnout in West Bengal despite incidents of violence; Congress worker stabbed in OdishaA polling percentage of around 66 percent was reported till 5 pm in Odisha, where the fourth phase of Lok Sabha election was held on Monday. In West Bengal, eight Lok Sabha constituencies saw a voter turnout of 76.44 percent
Apr 29, 2019
Lok Sabha polls Phase 4 today: Odisha's Kendrapara to witness prestige battle as BJP seeks to breach BJD bastionThe entire state of Odisha is keenly glued to the pulsating build-up in Kendrapara, where the BJP is taking on the BJP in a high-stakes battle.
Mar 05, 2019
Jay Panda joining BJP won't harm BJD, but MP can be one more saffron face in Odisha after Dharmendra PradhanAlthough Jay Panda joining the BJP is unlikely to make much impact on the BJD's prospects in Odisha, the saffron party and the businessman are more than likely of making use of each other for their own gains.
Apr 18, 2014
Is the BJD citadel in coastal Odisha fraying at the edges?While giving out the figure of 70% on Thursday evening, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Mona Sharma was at pains to emphasise that it was based on reports that had come in with an hour or so still to go for voting and thus was subject to upward revision.