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  • durango
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    The Kashmiri party National Conference has decided to join NDA (National Democratic Alliance) . Atal Bihari Vjapayee will be sworn in as PM of India after being a caretaker PM for last 5 months.

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  • mundyaa
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    so many indians here.... man u guys dont have a home of ur own and r spreading ur filth here?

    now let me tell u little indians a secret, we only like to spank u. AND NOTHING ELSE.

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  • durango
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    Parties Won Leading Total
    BJP + Allies 62 193 255
    Cong + Allies 28 110 138
    Others 8 97 105
    Total 98 400 498



    News Updates Last Updated: Oct 6, 21:32 IST
    Position: All India 537 seats

    Results declared 98
    BJP-allies 62
    Cong-allies 28

    Left 3
    Others 5


    Punjab: Vinod Khanna, BJP wins from Gurdaspur

    Tamil Nadu: Subramanian Swamy, JP loses his deposit in Madurai. He was responsible for bringing down the government.

    Orissa: Navin Patnaik, BJD leading in Aska

    Bellary: Sonia Gandhi leading by over 25000 votes

    Bihar: Yashwant Sinha leading in Hazirbagh, Ram Vilas
    Paswan leading in Hajipur

    Meghalaya: PA Sangma, NCP leading in Tura

    Uttar Pradesh: BJP trailing

    Madhya Pradesh: BJP's Nitish Kumar Bhardwaj trailing

    West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee of Trinamool Congress wins

    Andhra Pradesh: TDP-BJP leading in 13 seats (+6)

    Maharashtra: BJP-Shiv Sena leading in 14, Cong-RPI in 3,
    NCP-allies 2, Others: 1

    Tamil Nadu: Vaiko of MDMK leads in Sivakasi

    Maneka Gandhi leading in Pilibhit by 15000 votes

    Punjab: Congress leading in 10 out of the 13 seats

    Maharashtra: Sharad Pawar leading in Baramati

    Uttar Pradesh: Kanpur Congress WINS

    BJP: Murali Manohar Joshi WINS from Allahabad

    Rajasthan: Pali - Congress loses it seat to BJP;
    in Kota, BJP is leading, in Jalore, Bhuta Singh of Congress trailing

    Andhra Pradesh: GMC Balayogi leads in Amalapuram

    Rajasthan: Rajesh Pilot leading in Dausa

    Madhya Pradesh: S Patwa, Congress leading

    Orissa: Bhubhneswar wins BJD wins

    Gujarat: Kashiram Rana of BJP leading in Surat

    Tamil Nadu: P Chidambaram trailing in Shivaganga

    TN: Vellore, PMK leading

    West Bengal: Siddharata Shankar Ray of Congress trailing

    In Mumbai South Jaywantiben Mehta of BJP wins

    BJP wins both seats in Goa

    BJP clean sweeps Delhi, wins all 7 seats

    DR MANMOHAN SINGH LOSES

    BJP: AB VAJPAYEE, LK Advani, Uma Bharati WIN

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  • mohabbat
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    Results are out in the next 24 hours.
    Three different surveys have given three
    different results.

    Doordarshan survey
    NDA - 287 Congress 174

    STAR TV
    NDA 295-305 Congress 155

    Lokmat(marathi)
    NDA 242 Congress 227


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  • durango
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    If Atal Bihari Vajpayee is the next Prime Minister of INdia then there are high chances of improved relations with Pakistan. Now we are not sure how long Nawaz Sharif stays as Paksitan's premier.

    Sonia Gandhi will be very tough on Pakistan. She has made an issue of importing Pakistani sugar. India-Italy relations would improve with Sonia as the prime minister.

    Looks like Benazir Bhutto will be the new prime minister after Nawaz Sharif is forced out of office.

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  • mohabbat
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    Mr. Xtreme. I read this piece in yesterday's Pakistani newspaper "The Nation". Check it out.

    [This message has been edited by sabah (edited September 22, 1999).]

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  • Mr Xtreme
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    Yeah, coming from you, Mr Anti-Pakistan it must be true. Maybe you think 90% of the people who demolished the Babri masjid under the supervision of the BJP were muslims too.

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  • mohabbat
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    90% of the Muslim population in India consider Atal Bihari Vajpayee to be the best candidate for the Prime Minister post. They consider Vajpayee to be the moderate person. They do object to some support received by BJP from parties which are more communal in nature.

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  • ehsan
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    Who cares, who wins, who gives a s*** anyway. They are all the same .

    [This message has been edited by sabah (edited September 22, 1999).]

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  • durango
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    NEW DELHI: An Exit poll conducted for "Star News' on Tuesday predicted a big win for BJP and its allies giving them 213 of the 344 Lok Sabha seats where elections have been held in the three phases while Congress and its allies are likely to get a mere 90, reports PTI.
    Parties categorised as 'others' are likely to bag 30 seats.

    The poll, conducted by 'Insight' covering about 1.20-lakh voters in 127 constituencies, was held in Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh where polling has been fully completed and in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh where polling has been partially conducted.

    Eleven constituencies in various Union territories, Goa and Jammu and Kashmir have not been accounted for in the Exit poll.

    The Exit poll gives the BJP a clean sweep in Delhi with the party expected to bag six of the seven seats and impressive gains in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.

    In Tamil Nadu, DMK and its allies including BJP are set to get 26 of the 39 seats with AIADMK-Congress combine bagging the remaining seats. The Moopanar-led Tamil Maanila Congress is set to draw a blank.

    In neighbouring Andhra Pradesh, the TDP-BJP alliance is tipped to secure a massive victory getting 33 of the 42 seats while the Congress is predicted to lose heavily bagging only seven seats as against 22 in the last elections. 'Others' have been given two seats.

    Maharashtra, where Sharad Pawar's Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has almost riven the Congress vote bank, is expected to go the BJP-Shiv Sena way with the combine likely to get 31 of 48 seats, leaving ten for Congress and seven for 'others'.According to the Insight poll, the BJP is set to gain 49 additional seats at the cost of Congress which is losing an equal number of seats.

    The BJP-led alliance is also expected to do well surprisingly in Punjab, where the other Exit polls had said that the alliance was facing a rout. The Insight poll gives BJP-akali dal alliance eight of the 13 seats and congress 4 and 'others' one.

    In UP, where elections have been only for 30 seats so far, the Insight poll like other Exit polls predicts a setback for BJP giving it only 18 seats and three for Congress while 'others' are expected to bag nine seats.

    Likewise, in Bihar and MP where also polls are over only partially, the BJP is set to do well. In Bihar, the party in alliance with JD(U) is expected to get 16 seats, leaving the remaining three to Congress and its ally RJD.

    In MP, where there is a straight fight, the BJP is set to bag 21 of the 26 seats so far giving Congress five.

    The BJP-led allies is leading in Karnataka, Gujarat and Rajasthan. In Karnataka, it is securing 19 of the 28 seats while eight are expected to be bagged by Congress and its allies and 'others' Congress is set to bag the remaining 11 seats.

    In Rajasthan, Congress is likely to suffer as BJP is projected to win 14 of the 25 seats. Congress had won 20 seats in the previous elections. The Insight poll showed that Congress is set to get merely ten seats with one going to 'others'.

    In Kerala, the UDF led by Congress is projected to bag 11 of the 20 seats while the remaining going to the LDF led by the CPI(M).

    In Haryana, BJP and its ally INLD are set to gain six of the total ten seats with the remaining going into the Congress kitty.

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  • ZZ
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    Cronies like Thackrey would have failed to win if Pawar did not break away from congress. This elections, their vote share will decrease but seats will increase due to splitting of votes between pawar and sonia in maharashtra.

    anyway, no point explaining it to guys as ignorant as you are about indian politics for the simple reason that u do not even think u r ignorant. u believe u understand it.

    ABV has reason to win. Paki newspaper are still cribbing on the 'kargil debacle'.

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  • Mr Xtreme
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    With the rise of Hindu nationalism in India mushrooming it is difficult to see how the Hindutva government with it's cronies like Bal Thackaray can fail to win. Expect work to start on the new Temple which is being built on the site of the demolished Babri Masjid. I can't remember which God it is being built to honour; Ram or Krishna probably. Ore it might be Ganesh. Or it could be that one with a monkey's head and a man's body. I don't know to be honest.

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  • ZZ
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    BJP does not deliver. In almost every state it has been thrown out of power after 5 years. But I hope BJP comes to power in center so that ABV is back.

    If Congress is dead, the space for opposition of BJP will be cornered by third front which is a bunch of idiots. Let a two party system emerge slowly, BJP amnd Cong being two corners.

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  • Reagan
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    BJP will win. I think BJP is the only party that can deliver. Congress will be dead in another 10 years.

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  • sarwar
    started a topic Indian Elections - Thoughts and Predictions.

    Indian Elections - Thoughts and Predictions.

    With Indian elections in 2 days......


    Who will ne the next Prime Minister of India?

    Will any party get majority and would be able to form government? Or will it be again an hung parliament.

    What is the future of Sonia Gandhi. If Congress loses and wins?

    What government in India is best of improving relations with Pakistan.


    Any thoughts any predictions from Gupshup people.
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