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Vote counting: Latest updates

india Updated: May 16, 2009 17:52 IST
Hindustan Times

Jayaprada wins, retains Rampur seat

Jotirmoyee Sikdar loses

Mallikarjun Kharge from Congress wins

Virbhadra Singh wins

Akhilesh Yadav wins

Agatha Sangma wins

Aslam Sher Khan of Congress loses from Sagar

Chetan Chauhan loses from East Delhi

Kumaraswamy wins

Praful Patel wins

Priya Dutt wins

Margaret Alva loses

Meira Kumar wins

Farooq Abdullah wins

Girija Vyas wins

Manvendra Singh loses

* Renuka Chaudhary loses from Khammam, Andhra Pradesh

* Farooq Abdullah willing to take up role in UPA Govt

* Sandeep Dikshit wins from East Delhi.

* Congress candidate Kapil Sibal wins. The ruling party is heading for a complete sweep in Delhi.

* Shekar Suman loses to Shatrughan Sinha of BJP in Bihar's Patna Saheb constituency.

* Chiranjeevi wins

* Margaret Alva loses

* Chidambaram loses from Sivaganga constituency

* Kamal Nath wins from Chindwara

* Kapil Sibal wins Chandni Chowk seat

* Sonia and Rahul Gandhi call and congratulate Manmohan Singh

* Paswan trailing

* P Chidambaram trailing in Sivaganga, TN

* Yashwant Sinha leads in Hazaribagh

* Renuka Chaudhary trailing from Khammam, Andhra Pradesh


Congress' Vipin Kumar wins Delhi bypolls

* Shekhar Suman trails

* Former UN undersecretary general and Congress party's Shashi Tharoor won the Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha seat by over 80,000 votes.

* Maneka Gandhi trails

* BJP candidate J Shanta wins Bellary Lok Sabha seat, defeating Congress' NY Hanumanthappa by a margin of 2,243 votes.

* CPI's Gurudas Dasgupta leads by 40,000 votes over Trinamool Congress candidate Nure Alam Chowdhury in Ghatal.

* Murli Manohar Joshi trailing behind BSP candidate in Varanasi

* BJP Parliamentary Board to meet today evening to discuss the Lok Sabha poll outcome

* UPA and Fourth Front together cross 272

* Andhra headed for hung Assembly

* Lalu reduced to 2 seats in Bihar

* Mamata, Congress set to sweep WB

* Left, Third Front fall behind in race

* Renuka Chaudhary trails

* BJP marching ahead in Karnataka

* BJP leader LK Advani is leading by 35,000 votes against Congress' Suresh Patel in Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency.

* Francisco Sardinha of Congress is leading by 1,095 votes over his nearest rival Narendra Savaikar of BJP in South Goa

* Sonam Gyatso Bhutia (SDF) leads over his nearest rival Lobzang Bhutia in Barfung (BL) assembly constituency in Sikkim.

* Cong leads in three Assam LS seats

* BJP wins Daman LS seat

* BJP candidate CR Patil leading by 16,843 against Congress candidate Dhahsukh Rajput in Navsari

* BJP candidate Balu Shukla leads in Vadodara by 52,000 votes against Congress's Satyajit Gaekwad.

* NCP President Sharad Pawar is leading over Subhash Deshmukh (BJP) by around 20,000 votes in Maadha

* In Baramati, Supriya Sule (NCP) is leading over Kanta Nalwade (BJP) by over 18,000 votes.

* Congress set to win Andhra Lok Sabha, Kerala, Rajasthan, Delhi, UP, West Bengal

* Left's nationwide tally might be reduced to 25, scripts worst performance in West Bengal

* Fourth front leading in 30 seats

* Lok Janshakti Party supremo and Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan trails behind nearest ruling JD(U) rival and former chief minister Ramsunder Das by over 9,500 votes in Bihar's Hajipur.

* UPA ahead of Maya, Mulayam in UP

* UPA set to return to power, Congress set to come back

* Manmohan set to be PM again!

* BJP leading in Himachal

* BJP candidate Sushma Swaraj is leading by over 18,000 votes in Vidisha Lok Sabha seat.

* Shibu Soren trailing in Jharkhand

* Left heading for worst performance in West Bengal

* UPA ahead in Vidarbha, Kalyan-Thane

* Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee is leading over CPI(M)'s Robin Deb by 2,804 votes in the Kolkata South constituency.* Chiranjeevi leading in Tirupati

* Rahul Gandhi leading in Amethi

* Cong leading in Delhi

*BJP-Cong neck-to-neck in UP

*Sonia Gandhi leads in Rae Bareilly

*Naveen Jindal ahead in Kurukshetra

* S Bangarappa trails in Shimoga (Karnataka)

* PM to resign on Monday

* Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Charanjit Singh Atwal of SAD is trailing by over 2207 votes from Congress nominee Sukhdev Singh Libra from Fatehgarh Sabha Lok Sabha constituency.


Former Union Minister Digvijay Singh (IND) is leading by a margin of over 2,000 votes over his nearest RJD rival and Union Minister of State for Water Resources Jaiprakash Narain Yadav in Banka Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar.


BJP's Prime Ministerial LK Advani is leading by about 3,800 votes against Congress' Suresh Patel in Gandhinagar parliamentary seat.

* Nitish heading for clean sweep in Bihar


UPA leading in Assam, Haryana, West Bengal, Gujarat,

* TDP-TRS leading in Andhra Pradesh

* BJP leading in UP


Dawcho Lepcha (SDF) leads over Aden Tshering Lepcha (Congress) from Yoksam-Tashiding (BL) assembly seat in Sikkim.

* V Narayanasamy(Cong) is leading by 9116 votes against his immediate rival M Ramadoss (PMK) in Puducherry Lok Sabha constituency.

* SAD nominee Hans Raj Hans is leading by 1947 votes over his nearest rival Mohinder Singh Kaypee of Congress from Jalandhar Lok Sabha Constituency.

* Shashi Tharoor leads P Ramachandran Nair (CPI) by 781 votes in Thiruvananthapuram.

* P Karunakaran (CPI-M) leads Shahida Kamal INC by over 20,000 votes in Kasargode.

* Sindhu Joy (CPI-M) leads K V Thomas of INC by over 3000 votes in Ernakulam.

* Congress candidate and Union minister Bijoy Krishna Handique is leading over his BJP rival Kamakhya Tasa in Jorhat Lok Sabha seat.

First Published: May 16, 2009 09:19 IST