The drums came out early at the BJP office. In fact, just after 10 am, when the trends started trickling in. By noon, the air was rent with slogans which said it all: “Gujarat toh jhaaki hein, Delhi abhi baaki hein", Prasad Nichenametla
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After winning Gujarat for a third time, Narendra Modi's agenda is clear. He will not seek to catapult himself into a central role and instead will take his time to move forward, Shekhar Iyer
The new-found momentum in the UPA establishment on pushing reforms will not be affected by the Congress' defeat in Gujarat assembly poll, party leaders claimed after the results came out on Thursday, HT
Gujarat experienced a surge of various emotions after the verdict — from jubilation among BJP supporters to disappointment in Muslim ghettos and indifference among some. HT reports.
Gujarat Assembly poll results have shown that former chief minister Keshubhai Patel, who formed a new political outfit (GPP) just before the elections to dislodge his bete noire Narendra Modi, has failed to inspire voters in his own Saurashtra region.
Fresh from the hat-trick in Assembly polls, which pitchforked him in the BJP's prime ministerial candidates' race, Gujarat CM Narendra Modi today said if he had committed any 'mistake', he seeks forgiveness from the people. Poll: Should BJP declare Modi as its PM candidate?
Gujarat chief minster Narendra Modi was heading for a landslide election win in Gujarat on Thursday, firming up his chances of being nominated by the BJP for running for prime minister in 2014. Modi today won by a huge margin from Maninagar as BJP bagged all four seats declared so far and led in 122 of state's 182 constituencies, with the chief minister set to score a hat-trick. Poll: Should BJP declare Modi as its prime ministerial candidate?
Chief minister Narendra Modi today called on Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP) president Keshubhai Patel and sought his blessings after BJP's victory in the assembly elections.
With the election results pointing towards a convincing victory for Narendra Modi in Gujarat, party president Nitin Gadkari today thanked the people of Gujarat for the success.
Former Gujarat minister Amit Shah, an accused in Soharabuddin Sheikh and Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter cases, has won Naranpura seat defeating his nearest Congress rival Jitu B Patel by a margin of 63,335 votes.
After being defeated by chief minister Narendra Modi, Shweta Bhatt, a Congress candidate in Gujarat assembly polls and wife of suspended police officer Sanjeev Bhatt, today said people of Gujarat "can't see the truth" and "deserve Modi."
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa Thursday greeted her Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi as the BJP was poised to retain power in the state.
Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan today greeted Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for securing a third consecutive win in the just concluded polls.
Gujarat Congress president Arjun Modhwadia, seeking third consecutive term from Porbandar constituency, was defeated by his BJP rival Babu Bokhiria by a margin of 17,146 votes.
Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP) leader and former chief minister Keshubhai Patel on Thursday won from Visavadar constituency in Saurashtra region, officials said.