My India My Vote covers myriad hues and high drama of the Lok Sabha elections 2009. It includes key election issues about which people feel strongly, hot statements of the leaders, political bickering and everything that depicts the nation's mood in this elections.

Delhi poll code adds to parents’ nursery admission worries

Parents of children who are about to enter school have double the worry this year — nursery admissions in the city are fiercely fought and the model code of conduct has added to their anxiety.

Uttarakhand: Congress wins all seats

In an unprecedented result, the Congress won all five seats of Uttarakhand with a sizeable margin on most. On May 13, the state had witnessed 53.96 per cent polling —was up by around 6 per cent from the 2004 Lok Sabha polls, reports HT Correspondent.

For poll panel, it’s a job well done

Five poll officers walked 40 km — the distance from Manesar in Haryana to Rajiv Chowk in Delhi — in the snow bound hills of Zanskar, Western Ladakh, on Tuesday to ensure that a total of 37 people got to cast their votes in the last phase on April 13.

For poll panel, it’s a job well done

Five poll officers walked 40 km — the distance from Manesar in Haryana to Rajiv Chowk in Delhi — in the snow bound hills of Zanskar, Western Ladakh, on Tuesday to ensure that a total of 37 people got to cast their votes in the last phase on April 13.

The Kingmakers

As V-Day nears, HT profiles 10 politicians who will rework the political math and decide who takes the Delhi throne.

Non-updating of voter list led to low turnout: BJP body survey

Around 45 per cent voters in Maharashtra did not exercise their franchsie as the Election Commission did not update voters' lists, a survey released by BJP's Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini has said.

Polls are sour grapes for 7,527 candidates!

543 candidates' happiness will be 7,527 candidates' misery! That's the number of people who would turn up losers in the elections to Lok Sabha. A total of 8,070 candidates were in the fray for the 543 Lok Sabha seats.

Confident Congress on why it’ll win

On the eve of counting, the Congress is exuding the quiet confidence of emerging the single largest party and combine to which other groups would throng after the results.

New player spoils Cong Assam show

The 25 Lok Sabha seats in the eight northeast states have usually gone the Congress’ way. This time, there was one irritant — a minority party United Democratic Front, in Assam gave it a drubbing, reports Rahul Karmakar.

In Kashmir, winter-time rivals sail through together

Months after the state was divided on religious and regional lines after the Amarnath clashes, voters punished the politicians who stoked the divide, reports Arun Joshi.

Saving grace for BJP from Gujarat

With bad news pouring in for it from across the country, there was a consolation prize coming in from Gujarat, the Bharatiya Janata Party marginally improved its tally. The party won 15 seats out of 26, reports Yogesh Joshi.

Voters stun Rajasthan royals

Turning all predictions on their heads, the Congress party swept Rajasthan, winning 20 out of 25 seats in the elections — from four the last time, reports KS Tomar.

YSR scores, Andhra votes Cong again

Andhra Pradesh gave a clear verdict allowing incumbent YS Rajasekhara Reddy to rule the state for another five years. As the results poured in, showing the Congress cross the magic figure of 148 seats required to form the government in the 294-member assembly, there was jubilation time for the Congress, reports Prasad Nichenametla.

No Opposition in Sikkim

The Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF), which had won 31 seats out of 32 in the last assembly elections did one better this time – it picked up all 32, reports Pramod Giri.

Uma Bharti meets Advani, persuades him to lead NDA

Former BJP leader and Bhartiya Janshakti Party president Uma Bharti met LK Advani and persuaded him to continue leading the alliance as there was no other person of his "stature and clean image" in the NDA.
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