Congress chief Rahul Gandhi landed in Gujarat today where he will be meeting his state leaders to take stock of the party’s performance in
Vijay Rupani will remain the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Nitin Patel too will continue in his role as his deputy. Newly elected BJP MLAs of
Responding to Rahul Gandhi’s remarks that Gujarat poll results were a big jolt to the ruling party inspite of its victory, the BJP ridiculed him
Speaking for the first time on the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election results, Congress president Rahul Gandhi stated his inference of the
PM said that I assure Gujarat and Himachal that we will leave no stone unturned in furthering the development journey.
Nitish Kumar also took a dig at Congress saying that though the party aimed to win Gujarat from BJP but not only it failed in Gujarat but also
The stock market Monday inched closer to the all-time intra-day high as the BJP sniffed victory in Gujarat and also set to snatch Himachal from
With poll trends favouring the BJP in both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the results were an approval of
Gujarat Assembly Polls Total seats – 182 seats Haly-way mark – 91 Parties Results BJP 99 Congress+ 80 Others 03 The Big Winners
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The Supreme Court has refused to entertain a plea of the Gujarat Congress seeking counting of at least 20 per cent of the paper trail slips or
Almost all exit polls predicted more than 100 seats for the BJP in Gujarat where the party has been ensconced in power for close to two decades now.
Around 2.22 crore people were eligible to exercise their franchise to choose their representatives from among 851 candidates in the fray.
As Gujarat enters decisive second and final phase of polling, the ruling BJP and challenger Congress exchanged allegtaions over alleged violation