Navneet Kaur only actress to be MP from Maharashtra


Navneet Kaur R. Rana, who has worked in Telugu and Punjabi films, is the only actress to be elected MP from Maharashtra in the May 2019 elections.She won from the Amravati constituency as a Yuva Swabhiman Party (YSP) candidate, supported by the Opposition. Navneet scored a victory over veteran Shiv Sena leader Anandrao V. Adsul

Kin of victims of Bengal political violence invited to Modi’s swearing-in

Besides leaders from BIMSTEC countries and a host of celebrities and politicians, 54 special guests would be attending the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers on Thursday. The Prime Minister has specially invited family members of BJP workers who were killed in incidents of political violence in West Bengal

Punjab Congress chief resigns for losing election

Punjab Congress President Sunil Jakhar, who lost the Lok Sabha election from Gurdaspur to BJP candidate and actor Sunny Deol, on Monday sent his resignation from the post to party chief Rahul Gandhi.In the resignation, he took moral responsibility for losing his seat and party’s not so outstanding performance in the Congress-ruled state.The Congress has

May, Merkel, Saudi Crown Prince congratulate Modi

UK Prime Minister Theresa May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Sadi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his victory in the Lok Sabha elections, a statement said on Sunday.According to the statement, Modi received phone calls from May, Markel, Salman, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and former

Punjab CM thanks people for party victory

Two days after the Lok Sabha elections results, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday expressed his gratitude to the people of the state for reposing faith in the Congress party. Punjab CM thanks people for party victory in lok sabha elections.  “I express my gratitude to all workers for their support & hardwork which

AICC Secretary Kotli thanks voters for congress victory

DP Correspondent Ludhiana Congress victory: AICC Secretary and Himachal co-incharge Gurkirat Kotli, PPCC secretary Rajinder Singh Rauni, PPCC secretary Sukwant Singh Dugri thanked the voters of Punjab for showing faith in the ideology of Congress. He particularly thanked the voters of Ludhiana for respecting the legacy of Beant Singh and hard work of Ravneet Bittu

Ludhiana City Half Marathon to Run Against Pollution on May 26

The Ludhiana city, which is called the Manchester of the Punjab province of India, will be witnessing to the gathering of sports and environmental lovers on May 26, which will make people aware of the dangers of pollution along with the message of ‘Make Run, Make Health’. This year, Geo Sports and Keeper News Dot

In multi corner contest, Ravneet Bittu of Congress sweeps Ludhiana

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Sitting Member Parliament (MP) and Congress candidate from Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu sweep s Ludhiana seat in 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Bittu has defeated Simarjit Singh Bains of Lok Insaaf party, Maheshinder Singh Grewal of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Dr Tejpal Singh Gill of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Bittu has

Remained first runner up in 2014, AAP has close fight with NOTA in 2019 in Ludhiana

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana Remained as first runner up in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections with 2.80 lakh votes in Ludhiana, this time Aam Aadmi Party has close fight with NOTA. This time, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Dr. Tejpal Singh Gill has secured only 15945 votes which is just five thousand more than None of

YSR Congress polls nearly 50 per cent votes

The YSR Congress Party (YSRCP), which swept to power in Andhra Pradesh, polled nearly 50 percent votes in Andhra Pradesh, Election Commission data shows. YSRCP, which bagged 151 seats in the 175-member Assembly, polled 49.95 per cent of votes (1,56,83,592).  Its share was 10 per cent more than the votes polled by the dethroned Telugu

Resounding Modi wave as BJP secures 303

The BJP’s resounding victory in the Lok Sabha elections that saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi make headlines across national and international dailies and also paint a vast swath of the mainland saffron brought in its wake some outstanding results from a number of states.In the final tally that the Election Commission continues to update the

EVM means 'Everyone Voted Modi', cheers Twitterati
EVM means ‘Everyone Voted Modi’, cheers Twitterati

As the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) surged to power, a section of Twitteratti on Thursday created a new acronym for the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) — “Everyone Voted Modi” — and made it go viral. “EVM Everyone Voted Modi for Central and for YS Jagan in Andhra Pradesh,” tweeted one user. Another user tweeted:

Faridkot Congress candidate Mohammad Sadiq Lead
Faridkot Congress candidate Mohammad Sadiq Lead

Faridkot In the Punjab on May 19, 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections were completed, whose results are being announced today. A total of 278 candidates have been elected to 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab. Under which the trends of the first and second round have arrived, during which Congress party is leading with

Farooq won, Mehbooba likely to finish third
Farooq won, Mehbooba likely to finish third

National Conference President Farooq Abdullah appeared set to win the Lok Sabha election from Srinagar while former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti was trailing at the third spot in Anantnag constituency. As the counting of votes was completed for nearly 65 per cent of the votes in the six Lok

Congress candidate Urmila Matondkar alleges EVM change
Congress candidate Urmila Matondkar alleges EVM change

Actress Urmila Matondkar, who is the Congress candidate from Mumbai North parliamentary seat, on Thursday lodged a complaint with the Election Commission (EC) over an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) being substituted. “On the form of EVM 17C from Magathane, the signatures and the machine numbers are different. A complaint has been filed with the EC,”

Narendra Modi with big lead in Varanasi seat
Narendra Modi with big lead in Varanasi seat

The results of the concluding Lok Sabha elections in 7 states will be announced today. Under the Lok Sabha elections, the number of votes polled for 542 seats in the country has started this morning. The NDA is following in the initial trends. The matter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s seat is Varanasi, so here

Head to Head competition in Ludhiana, know who is going to be ahead
Head to Head competition in Ludhiana, know who is going to be ahead

The results of the Lok Sabha elections, which have been completed in 7 phases, will be declared today. The number of votes cast for 542 seats in the country under the Lok Sabha elections continues this morning. The NDA is following in the initial trends. Elections from Ludhiana Lok Sabha seat are coming to an

Its heavyweights trailing, Chhindwara only good news for Congress in MP
Its heavyweights trailing, Chhindwara only good news for Congress in MP

Congress candidates father and son Kamal Nath and Nakul Nath are leading the race in both the Assembly bypoll as well as the Lok Sabha election respectively for the Chhindwara constituency in Madhya Pradesh. Chhindwara is the only good news for the Congress in the state, from where all its heavyweight leaders, including Digvijaya Singh,

Election officer, agents of candidates inspects security at counting centers
Election officer, agents of candidates inspects security at counting centers

DP Correspondent Ludhiana In view of Lok Sabha elections 2019, the counting of votes for Ludhiana parliamentary constituency would be held at Punjab Agricultural University campus, here, on May 23, 2019. District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Kumar Agrawal today visited all the counting centres and inspected the preparations there. He was also accompanied by representatives

2019 LS polls saw dip in number of candidates
2019 LS polls saw dip in number of candidates

The just-held Lok Sabha elections saw a dip in the number of contestants as 8,040 people entered the poll fray, 211 less compared to 2014.The maximum number of people to try their electoral fortunes was in 1996 when 13,952 candidates contested the general elections. According to the Election Commission data, a total of 8,040 candidates