- Tag results for Assembly polls
Working President of Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee, Dinesh Gundu Rao, indicated that party MLAs facing anti-incumbency in their constituencies, may not get tickets in polls, due in May.
The Congress said it was confident of retaining power in Meghalaya, and winning in Nagaland and Tripura as poll dates for the three northeastern states were announced.
Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan said had the NCP not withdrawn support and called off the tie-up, the alliance together would have got 35 per cent votes.
First time after donning the mantle of the party chief, Rahul Gandhi is all set to pay a two-day visit to his Lok Sabha constituency Amethi from tomorrow.
He alleged that instead of introspecting, the Congress was taking refuge in communalism and that it was hand in glove with Kerala's Popular Front of India, which he dubbed as a terror organisation.
Siddaramaiah claimed that there was no anti-incumbency feeling against his government and the Congress will win a comfortable majority in the Assembly elections due in a few months.
A total 3,27,595 new voters, including 88,412 first-timers between the age of 18 and 19, were registered in the rolls that showed an increase of 21.8 per cent.
The opposition Congress in Chhattisgarh has swung into election mode and invited suggestions from people to prepare its manifesto.
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike has extended the last date for revision of electoral rolls to January 12, ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections in the state.
Eight Meghalaya legislators, including five from Congress, who had quit the assembly, will be joining the NDA-affiliated National People's Party.
Ahead of key Madhya Pradesh assembly by-polls, Congress alleges misuse of government machinery by ruling BJP
A state Congress delegation alleged that BJP had on Monday held a meeting with government teachers at a private building in Mungawali assembly constituency of Ashok Nagar district of MP.
The five-year term of 75 municipalities, two district panchayats, 17 taluka panchayats and around 1,400-gram panchayats across Gujarat is ending in March, which would necessitate polls in February.
The Election Commission has asked CBDT to submit a report on a demand to re-evaluate Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat's immovable assets.
Alleging that the BJP won the Gujarat polls by "dividing" people and formed the government in Manipur and Goa by "resorting to unlawful means", he hoped that Tripura would be different.
The Left Front in the outgoing Tripura assembly has 51 seats in the 60-member House, with the dominant partner having 50 seats.