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Sadhvi Pragya's victory over Digvijay Singh is particularly symbolic of the cultural shift in the country.
Modi 2.0 heralds a new beginning for India and her people. It must not be allowed to cultivate the habits of Modi 1.0.
History may remember the 23rd of May, 2019 as the day when the future of Bengal Politics changed forever. However, it was on the 5th of April, 2017, on the auspicious day of Ram Navami that the seeds of it were sown.
But now, on May 23, 2019, we have buried the ghost of 2004. It’s a pity that Atalji is not here to see this. He has become immortal.
Raj Babbar offers to resign from the post of UP Congress chief after the party won just one seat in the state
While Bengal is the land of Maa Durga and Maa Saraswati, 'Jai Shree Ram' soon became a symbol of political protest.
Prime Minister Modi is set to win and is set to win big. According to trends so far, BJP is set to clock a larger victory than in 2014.
Global leaders express their warm wishes to PM Modi on his electoral victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
With a landslide victory becoming clearer, NDA seems all set to get a second term. PM Modi tweets to express his gratitude.
The BJP's stellar performance in Assam isn't merely significant in terms of Narendra Modi's own electoral prospects but also for the cohesion between Bengalis and Assamese in the state.
Whatever the ultimate result may be, one thing is for certain, going into the 2021 Assembly Elections in the state, for the first time in history, West Bengal will have a party of saffron hue as the primary opposition.
Amit Shah is set for a massive victory in his first Lok Sabha election
Though the trends are still early, the Sensex, trusting the early trends have gone up by more than 600 points. 
Follow our live updates for West Bengal results and related news. 
MP Law Minister, P C Sharma, on Tuesday, said that the Congress-led Madhya Pradesh government will seek legal opinion of reopening the murder case of ex-RSS pracharak Sunil Joshi in which Pragya Singh was acquitted.
Unnerved by the exit poll predictions Opposition parties are not in the mood to refrain themselves from creating unnecessary controversy
Naveen Patnaik has maintained his equidistance policy since 2009 after breaking alliance with BJP and getting separated from NDA.
Though Congress has been outwardly disregarding the exit polls secretly they have resigned to the fact that Modi is coming back for another 5 years
Election commissioner Ashok Lavasa had kicked up a storm earlier after he alleged that he did not agree with the ECI decisions to clear PM Modi and Amit Shah of charges of violating the MCC
Rambachan, who wanted Neelam to vote for BSP had reportedly got into an argument with her on Monday as she chose to vote for BJP instead.
Congress concedes defeat after exit polls, claims moral victory by saying PM Modi will emerge 'weaker' and 'diminished'.
Most of the exit polls released yesterday have predicted a total rout for the Congress and the UPA coalition parties
NewsX Neta Exit Polls predicts the NDA to secure 242 seats, 30 short of the 272 required for a majority. The UPA is predicted to win 164 while Others are expected to win 136.
According to the Police, Arun Sharma, the accused, also hurled casteist slurs at the victim and accused his entire community of voting for the BJP.
While all other polls were giving a thumping majority to BJP and NDA, Nielsen chose to "customise" their survey and simply delete voter responses were overwhelmingly in favour of BJP.
As the final phase of 2019 elections come to an end and the Exit Polls are out, it is important to look at the changes that India’s society has undergone over the last couple of years.
There are at least five contenders for the Prime Minister's post in Opposition, Shiva Sena said mocking Chandrababu Naidu's effort to form an opposition alliance
The AAP leader was responding to West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee's Tweet, who also for obvious reasons, did not appear pleased after the exit polls predictions.
The BJP could very well be looking at 300 seats in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

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