Long-time Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activist Trivendra Singh Rawat will take oath as the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on Saturday afternoon.
Uttarakhand Election 2017: Swearing-in of new chief minister on Saturday, candidate yet to be announced
Hectic preparations are underway here for the swearing-in of the new government on Saturday, officials said.
Narendra Modi and Amit Shah are all set to attend the swearing-in ceremony in Uttarakhand on Saturday, and all preparations are in place. There is only one problem: There is no chief minister to be sworn in.
Some of his policies have presented challenges to the public but the public persona of him as a man who rose from poverty to become the PM has remained strong so far
Assembly Election Results 2017: Can Congress resurrect itself or is it on a path of irreversible decline?
The biggest takeaway from the election results of the five states is that Narendra Modi’s BJP continues to be on a roll and Rahul Gandhi’s Congress is on the verge of decimation, having been decisively routed in Uttar Pradesh, and in Uttarakhand.
The assembly election wins are giving confidence on continuing political stability in the next term of Lok Sabha also, say experts
Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2017: BJP must use its 'two engines' to quickly address the state's challenges
After the saffron splash all over the Uttarakhand, BJP is riding a wave of enthusiasm with overflowing confidence. The party is all set to form the government in the state.
The BJP on Monday hinted that it might pick a relative greenhorn, rather than a party stalwart, for the chief minister's post in Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand Election Result 2017: Can Harish Rawat, Congress revive themselves from ruins of defeat?
Uttarakhand election results raise a big question mark over the kind of politics Harish Rawat has been trying to promote in the state. It raises a question on Congress' political future as well
The map helps to locate the closely contested seats in all the five states that went for elections in February-March.
Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2017: BJP's win proves Harish Rawat must work his way to the top again
This time too, BJP has won the Gangorti seat while the loser Congress has managed to win from Ranikhet.
The message is loud and clear: The BJP juggernaut has moved into fifth gear. And what's more, there are no speed-breakers in sight, at least not till 2019, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks a second term.
Assembly Election 2017 Results: Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand victories strengthen Narendra Modi's hand
Having won a landslide majority in the new assemblies of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the BJP has established itself even more firmly as the pivotal party of current Indian politics. The Modi wave of 2014 seems to have held more than halfway through the Lok Sabha term.
The five state Assembly elections are more evidence of the great Indian divide. India is today split into two sharp camps: Pro-Narendra Modi and anti-Narendra Modi.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2017: The charge of the Modi Brigade is a prequel to a promising 2019
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), headed for a three-fourths majority in the Uttar Pradesh assembly underscores yet again the fact that the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah combine plays to win and win big.
BJP Parliamentary Board will meet in New Delhi on Sunday evening to discuss the probable names for the post of Chief Minister in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, where it has won comfortable majority in the assembly elections.
Uttarakhand Election 2017: Re-polling ordered in one booth in Lohaghat Assembly over EVM malfunctioning
The Election Commission has ordered repolling in one of the booths of Lohaghat Assembly seat in Uttarakhand where EVMs malfunctioned, forcing the counting to be stopped midway.
In the wake of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly election results declared on 11 March, a former Congress MP from East Delhi, Sandeep Dikshit, signalled signs of dissent
UP and Uttarakhand Assembly Election results are a repeat of 1994 Andhra Pradesh election: Here's why
The BJP’s four-fifths majority in both the Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Uttarakhand assembly elections brings to mind the similar landslide which the Telugu Desam Party, then led by the late NT Rama Rao, had won in 1994 in the then united Andhra Pradesh.
The biggest arena of action will be Uttar Pradesh itself, a state which is lagging in almost all development parameters