Bengaluru, Jan 15: The drama in Karnataka will continue in Karnataka for a couple of days more. The resignation of two independent MLAs gave a minor jolt to the JD(S)-Congress coalition, but for the BJP to install its government the task ahead is huge.
Bengaluru, Jan 15: Karnataka never fails to be in the news. The BJP which fell short of the majority mark in the elections conducted last year has moved 104 of its MLAs to New Delhi, in a bid to avoid poaching by the JD(S).
New Delhi, Jan 6: The deal is done and it is now confirmed that the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party would fight the elections in 2019 together. While the two parties have decided to come together to take on the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, it is also confirmed that the Congress would not be part of the coalition.
New Delhi, Jan 5: An SP-BSP combine to take on the BJP in Uttar Pradesh is soon becoming a reality. Mayawati of the BSP and Akhilesh Yadav of the Samajwadi Party are said to have met in Delhi to discuss the alliance.
Bhopal, Dec 20: Madhya Pradesh saw a new government taking charge. The Congress handed the BJP a defeat and also denied Shivraj Singh Chouhan a fourth term.
Jaipur, Dec 15: After much deliberation a decision was made in Rajasthan. It is now Ashok Gehlot as Chief Minister and Sachin Pilot as deputy chief minister.
Jaipur, Dec 12: The Congress has won Rajasthan and now it is up to the party to decide on who the Chief Minister would be. In the race are AICC general secretary, Ashok Gehlot and PCC chief, Sachin Pilot.
Raipur, Dec 12: The Ajit Jogi factor was closely watched ahead of the elections in Chhattisgarh, which was ultimately won by the Congress. Many had stated that Jogi, the head of the JCC would have hurt his former party the Congress, but going by the numbers, he did not manage to do that.
Bhopal, Dec 12: It has been a nerve wrecking exercise in Madhya Pradesh. Counting has been on for over 21 hours and as things stand now, the Congress has 115 and the BJP, 108.
Bhopal, Dec 12: An official appointment would be given only after the situation in Madhya Pradesh is made clear by the Election Commission of India, the Governor’s office said after the Congress sought an appointment in Madhya Pradesh.