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General election 2014

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

However, the party lost deposits on 413 seats, surpassing the record of , which had lost deposit on 321 seats in 1991. It also secured 5 out of 9 such seats in Bihar. Key Leader's Constituencies Modi contested the election from in Uttar Pradesh and in Gujarat. Congress demanded re-polling at 1,344 polling stations in Nagaland. The Congress party has done badly. He also spearheaded the anti-Hindi movement in Tamil Nadu.

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Indian election result: 2014 is Modi's year as BJP secures victory

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee nearly cancelled the polls in her region after initially refusing to changes to the appointments of civil service departments, but was forced to constitutionally do so. Total number of votes polled in the constituency is 9,30,410. Price rise The price of onions, a staple in , faced a dramatic increase. He polled 2,55,826 votes followed by Narayanasamy with 1,94,972 votes. In both Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, the turnout was about 9% higher, while Uttar Pradesh saw a 13% increase. The average election turnout over all nine phases was around 66. Modi has attempted to improve efficiency in the bureaucracy, and centralised power through the abolition of the planning commission and he has begun a high-profile sanitation campaign, and weakened or abolished environmental and labour laws.

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Indian election result: 2014 is Modi's year as BJP secures victory

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

The party was established by. Similarly, the for a separate from Andhra Pradesh also continued with agitations, including the initial central government decision to grant statehood and then rescind it after counter-protests. They are just engaged in division of the country. But since 1967, Dravidian parties began to dominate state politics. Tamil Nadu set a new voter turnout record for Lok Sabha elections with 73%, while West Bengal experienced the highest voter turnout for the day at 82%. Modi had a gift for rhetoric in debates, and this was noted by his teachers. He also called the election a turning point.

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2014 Indian general election in West Bengal

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

The party promised to set up a Price Stabilization Fund and to evolve a single 'National Agriculture Market' to check price rise and go for e-Governance, policy-driven governance and simplification of the tax regime to prevent corruption. In his message, the Sultan wished Modi success and looked forward to working with him to strengthen long-standing ties of friendship and co-operation between Brunei and India, including through work in the and the Asean-India Dialogue. It caused self-censorship and editorial dismissals at certain media outlets. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee nearly cancelled the polls in her region after initially refusing to changes to the appointments of civil service departments, but was forced to constitutionally do so. He is also the great-grandson of Indias first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, Priyanka Vadra is his younger sister and Robert Vadra is his brother-in-law. Urban centres such as Mumbai and Chennai saw lower voter turnouts. In the lead up to the election, increased more than expected while, paradoxically, fell by more than expected causing a dilemma amid slowing growth.

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Tamil Nadu General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2014, Tamil Nadu Parliamentary Constituencies

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

He also highlighted the importance of diplomats discussing issues like trade facilitation and promoting Indian business abroad. Later in 1978 it was changed to the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, as the name Ceylon still appears in the names of a number of organisations, the Sri Lankan government announced in 2011 a plan to rename all those over which it has authority. There was clearly a Modi effect. Amongst the agenda in the final session was passing the in tackling corruption and the creation of Telangana. Hammer and sickle 9 2.

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General Elections 2014: Key States to Watch

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

Uttar Pradesh witnessed 57% turnout compared to 48% in 2009, while Bihar saw 60% compared to 52% in 2009. He also rejected a proposal to be appointed to the Rajya Sabha in favour of running in the election. It is not the advisors alone. If any of the two national parties want to form a government, it must learn to find inroads into these crucial states: Uttar Pradesh: This state sends 80 lawmakers to the lower house of Parliament, the largest batch in the country. The party was established by. The nation wanted a complete reversal of the Indian Governance.

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16th Lok Sabha Election Results 2014, States Wise and Party Wise

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

In the run-up to the election the was criticised for its establishment ties between family owners and political parties. The , to the , was conducted in April—May 2009, and its term would have naturally expired on 31 May 2014. Advani wanted to contest from but later agreed to contest again from his incumbent seat. We felt our voices don't matter. However, former party member Konda Surekha attacked the party and its leader saying that he had backtracked on plenary party meeting supporting the issue. On the other hand, Dr. The victory of Karandlaje in Udupi Chikamagalur, Nalin Kumar Kateel 1,43,709 margin in Dakshina Kannada and Ananth Kumar Hegde 1,40,700 margin in Uttara Kannada by massive margins in the range of one lakh stands testimony to the Modi wave in the coastal region of Karnataka.

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PAEDIA EXPRESS MULTIMEDIA : Indian general election, 2014

indian general election 2014 tamilnadu

Modi also brought up the issue of that resulted from high debt and poor yield on their crops. Amongst the agenda in the final session was passing the in tackling corruption and the creation of Telangana. Along with the general elections, polls were also held for the first Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh excluding Telangana region. The voter turnout in 2009 general elections was 58. Economy highlighted India's slowing economy amidst a record high deficit and a falling in summer 2013.


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