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NDA out, Sonia set to become PM
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. The electorate has decisively rejected the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led National Democratic Alliance and has voted in a Congress-led coalition spearheaded by Sonia Gandhi. A clean sweep by the Congress alliance in Tamil Nadu and ...

Vajpayee quits, offers cooperation to new government
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. The outgoing Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who submitted his resignation, today extended his "hand of cooperation" to the new government. The defeat of the ruling coalition, the National Democratic Alliance that he ...

Left hits a new high
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. The Left parties hit a new high with over 60 seats, their highest tally in the Lok Sabha so far. The previous high was 51 in 1971-72. The Left parties won 35 of the 42 seats in West Bengal. In Kerala, the CPI(M)-led LDF won 18 ...

Congress gains in Gujarat
AHMEDABAD, MAY 13. The Congress erased bitter memories of the 2002 Assembly elections in Gujarat, wresting 12 of the 26 seats. The BJP had to be content with 14. ...

SP on a roll
LUCKNOW, MAY 13. The ruling Samajwadi Party struck a purple patch in Uttar Pradesh, bagging 38 Lok Sabha seats. The BSP got 19, the BJP 10 and the Congress nine. ...

Majority for BJD-BJP
BHUBANESWAR, MAY 13. The BJD-BJP combine was inching towards securing a majority in the Orissa Assembly. According to results available at 8.30 p.m., the BJD had won 26 seats and the BJP 15. The Congress won 28 seats. ...

Sweet revenge for Congress
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. In sweet revenge for the 1999 saffron-wash, the Congress trounced the BJP in Delhi winning six of the seven Lok Sabha seats in the national capital, unseating three Union Ministers. ...

Another blow to TDP
HYDERABAD, MAY 13. The Congress-led alliance continued its winning streak from the Assembly elections by crushing the BJP-TDP combine in the Lok Sabha elections too. Along with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi with five seats and the CPI and the CPI ...

RJD-led alliance ahead in Bihar
PATNA, MAY 13. In Bihar, the RJD-led secular alliance raced ahead of the NDA. The RJD-led alliance won 24 seats and the BJP 12.



BJP does well in 3 States
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. The BJP put up an impressive show in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. The party improved on its 1999 tally of 21 in Madhya Pradesh, bagging 25 seats and relegated the Congress to a poor second with four seats. In ...

Largest party in Karnataka Assembly
BANGALORE, MAY 13. The Congress was ousted from power in Karnataka in the Assembly polls. The BJP bagged 79 seats, followed by the Congress with 65, the JD(S) with 58 and the JD(U) with five. The BJP also won 18 Lok Sabha seats in the State, ...



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