2014 Lok Sabha Election Results
BJP got a simple majority on its own winning 282 seats.
NDA got 334 seats
Congress got only 46 seats. Close to Congress is AIADMK with 37 seats.
AAP - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign
BJP Mission 272+ State Targets and Campaign
Congress - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign
BJP - Congress
Narendra Modi - Rahul Gandhi - Man Mohan Singh - Arvind Kejriwal
Statements and Regrets of Indian Politicians - Videos Related to 2014 India Parliament Elections
Modi's Mobile Campaign Strategy -
BJP's Mission 272 Constituencies and Prospects - BJP Mission 272+ State Targets and Campaign
IBN Live Narendra Modi News - IBN Live Rahul Gandhi News
IBN Live BJP News - IBN Live Congress News
BJP Mission 272+ (Plus) plan Realistic - State Leaders Committed to Targets
13. March 2014
Latest Opinion Poll by NDTV
NDA seems to getting closer to 272 mark
5 March 2014
The Highlights of the Schedules are indicated below:
POLL DAYS – GENERAL ELECTIONS, 2014
POLL DAYDATE OF POLL NUMBER OFSTATES &UNIONTERRITORIESNUMBER OF
1 07.04.2014 2 6
2 09.04.2014 5 7
3 10.04.2014 14 92
4 12.04.2014 3 5
5 17.04.2014 13 122
6 24.04.2014 12 117
7 30.04.2014 9 89
8 07.05.2014 7 64
9 12.05.2014 3 41
Andhra Pradesh - 30 April and 7 May Arunachal Pradesh - 9 April Assam - 7 april, 12 April and 24 April Bihar - 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May and 12 May Chhattisgarh - 10 April, 17 April and 24 April Goa - 17 April Gujarat - 30 April Haryana - 10 April Himachal Pradesh - 7 May Jammu Kashmir - 10 April, 17 April, 24 April 30 April and 7 May Jharkhand - 10 April, 17 April and 24 April Karnataka - 17 April Kerala: 10 April Madhya Pradesh: 10 April, 17 April and 24 April Maharashtra: 10 April, 17 April and 24 April Manipur : 9 April and 17 April Meghalaya : 9 April Mizoram: 9 April Nagaland: 9 April Odisha: 10 April and 17 April Punjab: 30 April Rajasthan: 17 April 24 April Sikkim: 12 April Tamil Nadu: 24 April Tripura: 7 April and 12 April Uttar Pradesh: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May, 12 May Uttarakhand: 7 May West Bengal: 17 April, 24 April, 30 April, 7 May and 12 May Andaman Nicobar Islands: 10 April Chandigarh: 10 April Dadra and Nagar Haveli: 30 April Daman and Diu: 30 April Lakshadweep: 10 April NCT Delhi: 10 April Puducherry: 24 April
Interview with Ram Madhav - RSS Spokesperson
'Kejriwal will force Modi to change his electoral campaign' - Part 1
Congress underestimated the resentment of people Part 2
Interview with Professor Jaffrelot, a senior research fellow at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and professor of South Asian politics and history at Sciences Po (Paris)
13 January 2014
Survey of 21 urban seats in Delhi, NCR and Mumbai Thane by ABP Nielsen
8 for AAP, 3 for Congress, 10 for BJP and Shivsena
6/7 in Delhi for AAP, One more in UP and One in Mumbai-Thane
3 for Congress in Mumbai and Thane area.
The survey also says 48% want Modi as PM, 31% Arun Kejriwal and 16% Rahul Gandhi.
11 January 2014
Congress has failed in safeguarding India's secular fabric, saysPresident of Jamiat-e-Ulema Hind, Arshad Madni
6 January 2014
The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind endorsed the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party and appealed the Muslims to support the newly-born party - Jamaat's secretary general Maulana Nusrat Ali
3 January 2014 -
Press Conference of Prime Minister of Dr. Man Mohan Singh on 3 January 2014In a few months time, after the general election, I will hand the baton over to a new Prime Minister. I hope it will be a UPA chosen Prime Minister and our party will work to that end in the campaign for the General Elections.
Surprising - Mulayam, even in Congress there is support for BJP. N.T. Rama Rao won in AP for the first time like that only. Even Congress Party Agents in the booth voting for NTR.
31 December - Mulayam Singh Yadav recognizes Modi Factor. Says BJP may get some more seats due to him.
Lok Sabha elections will give Rs. 1000 crore advertising revenue to Print and television.
Rahul Gandhi now taking interest in Lok Pal and Lok Ayukta Bills - Kejriwal Effect on Congress
BJP more confident after victories in Rajastan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh
17 October 2013
Times Now - C Voter Survey
BJP to be single largest party in 2014 Lok Sabha election: Survey - 162 seasts
Prime Minister Modi is no longer a distant possibility.
Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/politics/modi-on-the-verge-of-realising-pm-dreams-survey-1177197.html
18 September 2013
Opinion Polls Predicts success for BJP in State Assembly Elections.
Modi is the first choice for PM in the states
13 September 2013
Narendra Modi was declared as the PM candidate of BJP
Accepting the party decision, Modi gave a slogan "nayi soch, nayi ummeed" (new thinking, new hope) and said the BJP will go the 2014 polls with the plank of good governance and development while fighting against corruption and price rise.
Modi is only Prime Time Minister, Said Congress spokesman, Sanjay Jha in a discussion on a TV Channel
A tough election will be there between Congress and BJP in 2014. Was it a tough election in 2004?
Opinion Poll - AC Nielsen - ABP
BJP will emerge as the single largest party in the coming parliamentary elections
3 August 2013
Modi-Hit Chief Ministers - Akhilesh Yadav and Nitish Kumar
An article by Shekhar Gupta - The chief minister who came to power on the promise of good governance are losing their appeal because of chasing muslim vote now.
2 August 2013
How Modi won BJP primaries in American fashion?
29 July 2013
Times Now Opinion Poll
37.7% vote for Narendra Modi
17.7% for Rahul Gandhi
Congress Clear Loser
27 July 2013
CNN - IBN Opinion Poll
NDA to win 172-180 seats, UPA 149-157, others 147-155http://ibnlive.in.com/news/poll-tracker-nda-to-win-172180-seats-upa-149157-others-147155/409672-37-64.html
Gujarat and Maharashtra - UP, MP, Rajastan - Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu
How Big States will in 2014 Elections - Video
How India will vote in 2014 Elections - Video
BJP will achieve better than what opinion poll predicted - Advani
Advani said so while addressing Schedule Caste Morcha
Can Narendra Modi win 2014 elections without a ‘united’ BJP?
24 July 2013
Modi's Mobile Campaign Strategy
Amartya Sen: I would not like to see Narendra Modi as Prime Minister. I would not like a prime minister who generates concern and fear on the part of minorities. But he added, "that does not mean that I don't see what he has done and why people admire him."
21 July 2013
Times of India
Mahatma versus Modi: Tale of Two Nationalists
Should Modi be marketing his administrative model?
'Vibrant Gujarat' a marketing gimmick, says Sachin Pilot
20 July 2013
BJP can get to 272 seats with NDA
Hindi heartland total: 82 seats (Uttar Pradesh 35, Bihar 15, Rajasthan 19, Punjab 5, Haryana 3 and Delhi 5).
West 40 seats (Gujarat 22, Maharashtra 16, Goa 2)
Central 35 seats
South 18 seats (Karnataka 16, A.P. 2)
Rest 23 states and union territories 25 seats
Shiva Sena + SAD - 25 seats
TRS 10 Total 275 - Good number's forecast by Minhaz Merchant
Edelweiss, a Mumbai based Brokerage company came out with a election survey.
It says BJP will win 145 - 155 seats and Congress will win
19 July 2013
Poll team of BJP announced
Mint - Livemint.com
Bharatiy Janata Party's Lost Victories
The choice between Congress-sponsored voodoo economics and BJP-sponsored religious medievalism won't be much of a choice at all.
Will Modi's Star burnout by Winter - TVR Shenoy
Why Modi lifting his veil is high Risk of BJP
14 July 2013
Rural India has great expecations from Narendra Modi
Opinions of rural people of Rajastan
5 July 2013
Survey by magazine Week predicts 197 seats to NDA and 184 seats to UPA.
21 May 2013
Projecting Modi as PM will get NDA 220 seats. C-Voter survey.
According to astrology, time bad for Congress and good for BJP.