Elections 2018

crorepati Candidates 2018

PARTY
CANDIDATES
TOTAL
% RATE
BJP
184
225
81.78%
BSP
53
215
24.65%
INC
176
226
77.88%
IND
94
1015
9.26%
OTHERS
158
1044
15.13%

Candidates With Criminal Records 2018

PARTY
CANDIDATES
TOTAL
% RATE
BJP
67
225
29.78%
BSP
38
215
17.67%
INC
110
226
48.67%
IND
91
1015
8.97%
OTHERS
163
1044
15.61%

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Rahul Gandhi writes to Mamata: ‘Hope rally will send message of a united India’

"The entire opposition is united in our belief that true nationalism and development can only be defended on the tested pillars of democracy, social justice and secularism, ideas that the BJP and Mr Modi are intent on destroying," Rahul Gandhi said.

Akhilesh Yadav will have to bow down before Mayawati for alliance to work, says SP MLA

On Saturday, Akhilesh had claimed that he was ready to take the back seat for the sake of the alliance, but that “Behenji” had given him equal space. 

SP, BSP contesting 2019 polls together for survival, not for Uttar Pradesh: BJP

BSP chief Mayawati and SP leader Akhilesh Yadav today announced the two parties will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha polls together to defeat the BJP. The parties agreed on contesting 38 seats each in the 80-seat assembly. 

SP-BSP announce tie-up for 2019 Lok Sabha polls: Top developments

The SP-BSP tie-up could prove to be a deterrent for the incumbent BJP in the state. 

Here’s why SP-BSP left the Congress out of its alliance for 2019 Lok Sabha polls

The SP and BSP have decided to contest 38 seats each of the 80 seats in the Uttar Pradesh for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Congress plans Rahul Gandhi’s rallies in UP; PCC chiefs told to send list of candidates

The Congress is still hopeful that it would be part of the grand alliance but a significant section of the party believes it should contest alone and not settle for a few seats.

Andhra Pradesh: Chandrababu Naidu doubles pension amount to Rs 2,000

With an eye on polls in Andhra Pradesh that are likely to coincide with the Lok Sabha polls, Naidu doubled the monthly pension given to old age people, widows and others.

Ready for Assembly polls in J-K: Governor Satya Pal Malik

For Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, the state requires nearly 11,000 polling stations each time. In November last year, the EC had said that fresh elections to the state Assembly would be held within six months.

Congress demands legalising coal mining in Meghalaya

The demand comes following the coal mine disaster in Meghalaya in which 15 people are still trapped in a flooded illegal rat-hole mine at Lumthari village in East Jaintia Hills district since December 13.

Kerala: CPM-led LDF brings four parties into its fold, expects gains in Malabar

The Loktantric Janata Dal, Kerala Congress (B), Indian National League (INL) and the Janathipathya Kerala Congress are the four parties which have been made a part of the wider LDF coalition.

ZPM’s Lalduhoma vacates Aizawl West-I seat in Mizoram

The bypoll to the seat is likely to be held with the parliamentary election next year, official sources said.

Amit Shah says it’s crucial for country that BJP wins 2019 elections in Hindi heartland

Amit Shah said the recent results were not favourable for the party but they do not set a precedent for the general elections.

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