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Gopinath Munde’s daughter Pritam Munde sets victory margin record

Mumbai : BJP’s Pritam Munde, contesting from the Beed Lok Sabha seat in Maharashtra in the by-election held on October 15, has won by nearly 7 lakh votes, setting a new record for highest ever margin of victory in India’s electoral history. The by-election was [Read More]

Assembly Elections 2014: BJP single largest party in Maharashtra; gets simple majority in Haryana

Assembly Elections 2014: BJP single largest party in Maharashtra; gets simple majority in Haryana

Mumbai: As almost all the results are out, the BJP is the single largest party in Maharashtra and got simple majority in Haryana Assembly Elections. In this historic election, for the first time, the Bharatiya Janata Party has got a clear mandate with 47 seats in 90-member [Read More]

Assembly Elections 2014: Counting starts in Maharashtra and Haryana

Mumbai: Counting of votes polled for Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Elections has been started from 8 am today. For updates on Trends and Results visit http://news.nwn.in/assembly-elections-2014/ [Read More]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election rally in Tuljapur and Pandharpur

Osmanabad: The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, today addressed an election rally in Tuljapur, Maharashtra. He said Tuljapur has been missing out on tourism due to poor connectivity. He asked the people what they had got from the Cong-NCP government in the last 15 years. He [Read More]

Assembly Elections 2014: Political Parties’ Campaigns in Maharashtra

Assembly Elections 2014: Political Parties’ Campaigns in Maharashtra

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Assembly election snapshots from Osmanabad and Tuljapur

Assembly election snapshots from Osmanabad and Tuljapur

Osmanabad : Rajenimbalkar Omprakash-Shiv Sena filed his nomination from Osmanabad-AC 242. Madukarrao Chavan – INC held a rally in Tuljapur-AC 241. [Read More]

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