It is 2-0 to the BJP, which has swept Himachal Pradesh and is also set to win Gujarat again, though by a decidedly lower margin of victory than last time. The party has crossed the 92 seats it needs for a majority in the 182-member Gujarat assembly, but is still struggling to make the psychological 100 mark. BJP leaders said the lower numbers in Gujarat are not a setback, what matters is winning. Party chief Amit Shah said an "eight per cent gap between the BJP and Congress' vote share cannot be scoffed at." Congress president Rahul Gandhi has conceded defeat saying his party "accepts the verdict."

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Ram Nath Kovind has been elected the next President of India. The government-backed candidate won two-third of the votes cast by an electoral college of MPs and state lawmakers.

In the final vote count, NDA nominee Kovind received 65.6 per cent votes translating into 702,044 electoral college votes, while UPA candidate Meira Kumar managed to get 34.35 per cent (367,314 votes).

Prime Minister NARENDRA MODI

Riding a nationwide wave created substantially by his campaign, Narendra Modi won an unprecedented victory for the BJP, matched in its intensity and sweep only by the crushing defeat of the Congress in the 16th general elections.
The BJP returns to power at the Centre after 10 years. Allies will also be part of the government, though the BJP is not dependent on any for numbers.
“Good days are ahead,” tweeted Mr. Modi as soon as trends became clear, reiterating the

words of his campaign jingle 'Acche din aanewale hain' that had inspired hope among people and created a hype around his persona.The BJP won a simple majority for the first time, only the second time a non-Congress party has done so. The BJP also became the first party since 1984 to get a majority on its own.


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Draft Guidelines For Election Manifesto 2014

1. No party or candidate shall indude in any activity which may aggravate existing differences or crea*e rnutual hatred or eruse tension between different castes and communities, religious or Iinguistic.
2. Giticisrn of other political parties, when made, shail be confined to their policies and programtne, past record and work. Partiesand Candidatesshall refrain frorn criticism of
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TOI Manifesto: An Agenda For The New Government

Government should be a force for good. Sadly, in India, it has become synonymous with corruption and intimidation, even as we as a society have become increasingly illiberal and fractious. What this nation desperately needs is a clean and caring, efficient and enlightened government.A government that serves the people instead of harassing them; that facilitates

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BJP Manifesto

Even after nearly seven decades of our independence, the country has not been able to discover its innate vitality, the sense of time and the will to act. As a result, in spite of being the oldest civilization and a young republic, we are engulfed by a multi-dimensional crisis. A crisis, which has encompassed all walks of life. The rising disparities, social and communal divide and terrorism leading to a fractured society, are worsening the situation rapidly. The present crisis is the result of this confusion and disconnect from the . Read Full Manifesto

Congress Manifesto

The Indian National Congress has made seminal contributions to India’s unity, integrity, secular polity and democratic federalism. We have championed the rights of the weaker sections, created conditions for faster economic growth and have been the principal instrument of social and economic change, the preferred political choice for crores of women and men.Our central values resonate the very idea of India, that has come to us over the centuries
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Trinamool Congress Manifesto

Trinamool Congress supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday and appealed the electorate to vote for change. Claiming that her party was pro-people, Mamata said that the past decade had see "rampant misrule" which has left the country weak, demoralised and divided, with inequity, injustice, falling economic growth and corruption all around.
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AAP Manifesto

Aam Aadmi Party has announced its manifesto for the 2014 Elections. It lays its foundation of the Manifesto on "Swaraj", or rule of the people. It talks about how swaraj can bring an end to corruption and ensure accessible justice for the people.
Here are some of the areas covered in detail in the Manifesto.
Education & Health
Economy & Ecology
Social Justice
Sports, Culture & Media
National Security
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CPI(M) Manifesto

The people of India are going to the polls to elect the 16th Lok Sabha. These elections are being held at a time when parliamentary democracy is under onslaught from various quarters. Increasingly democracy is being undermined by the power of big money in politics. Rampant corruption at the highest levels of government and public life is corroding the vitals of the democratic systemsystem.

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All India ANNA DMK Manifesto

The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam pays its grateful and deep obeisance to Puratchi Thalaivar M.G.R., a leader non-pareil of the Tamil people, a great soul whose memory reigns eternal long after his demise, eighth in the line of great immortal and munificent leaders, who resides to this day in the hearts of the poor, the very embodiment of humanism, a shining diamond amongst humans, the apotheoses of golden hearted generosity,
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BJD Manifesto

1. 1 Minimum Gurantee in every Locality: is is more than a promice, its a gurantee.
2. Agriculture and farmer welfare.
3. Shelter Security for all.Home is adream for everone and BJD wil make this dream a reality.
4. Health Security for all.
5. Food security for all.
6. Quality Education for all.
7. Youth Enpowermemt.
8. Women Empowerment.
9. Empowerment of Secheduled Caste and Tribes
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Samajwadi Party Manifesto

Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday unveiled election manifesto as it eyes Muslim vote bank for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Reiterating his party's commitment towards numerically-significant Muslims, Yadav said he would provide reservation in government jobs and educational institutions for the minority community.
Yadav also tried to woo the upper castes by promising to set up ..
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DMK Manifesto

DMK chief M Karunanidhi released the party manifesto and added that they were refraining from "the bashing of other parties" in the 2014 general elections.
DMK is a movement claiming historical tradition of more than a century. Statring in the beginning of twentieth century, with the Madras United league by Dr. C. Natesnar in 1912 to awaken the Dravidian people from their stupor and the 'Dravidian students' Hostel to enable the students to stay & study..
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The Delhi Womanifesto

Since Delhi rose up against rape and sexual assault last December, over 1300 rape cases and thousands of molestation cases have been reported. But, despite a round of reforms, lakhs of assaults remain invisible to the police and the judicial eye, and Delhi’s women still do not have the freedom that is every person’s birthright.
With this election Delhi’s citizens are demanding more action to stop these crimes against women. Slogans ..
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Social media Influence on 2014 Elections

As more and more young Indians go online, social media will strongly influence India’s 2014 general elections and may swing 3-4% votes, two new surveys have revealed.
In urban seats, social-media usage is now “sufficiently widespread” to influence politics, according to the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI). An offline study conducted by market research firm TNS and Google India suggested similar shifts.
The IAMAI’s I-Cube 2013 survey, conducted

in partnership with the Indian Market Research Bureau, said social media users in urban India would swell to 91 million (more than the UK’s population) by December 2013: A jump of 17% since June 2013.

Issues Of 2014 Elections

  • Corruption
  • secularism
  • Gorkhaland
  • Hindutva
  • Commonwealth Games Scandal
  • Bodoland
  • Vidharba
  • Price Rise
  • Unemployment
  • Poverty
  • Terrorism
  • Kashmir Issue
  • Indo-Pak | India China Border LOC Violations
  • Maoists
  • Falling Rupee
  • Growth & Infrastuucture


1. Swaraj By Arvind Kejriwal

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2. Convenient Action By Narendra Modi

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