Friday, May 23, 2014

India - 2019 Parliament Elections

Already people are discussing 2019 parliament elections. One commentator writes, it will be difficult for BJP to repeat the performance of 2014 elections in the face of anti incumbency. Therefore, it is imperative for it to expand in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. It has to control rent seekers and deliver the performance to satisfy the exaggerated expectations of the people who voted for BJP.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Ruskin Bond - Biography



Ruskin Bond's parents were British. His birth was in India and stayed in India only and his profession is writing. His date of birth is 19 May 1934.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruskin_Bond


Ruskin Bond - He speaks in Hindi also in this video.

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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Mumbai North - Maharashtra


2014 - Gopal Chinayya Shetty - BJP

Candidates

BJP  Shri Gopal Shetti, Sitting MLA
Congress - Sanjay Nirupam

Mumbai North East - Maharashtra


2014

Winner Dr. Kirit Somaiya - BJP

Candidates

BJP  Dr. Kirit Somaiya, Ex-MP
Congress
NCP  Sanjay Patil  Sitting MP

AAP - Medha Patkar

Neelam Sanjiva Reddy - Biography

Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was born on 19 May 1913.

He had a long political career as member of Congress, held several key offices, that included the posts of Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Speaker of the Lok Sabha and President of India. He is also the only person to be elected to the office of the President of India unopposed.

Reddy was born in Illur village in the present day Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. He had his primary education at the High School run by Theosophical Society Adyar, Madras. He joined the Government Arts College at Anantapur, then an affiliate of the University of Madras for his higher studies.


Reddy joined the freedom struggle following Mahatma Gandhi's visit to Anantapur in July 1929. In 1931, Reddy gave up his studies to become an active participant in the nationalist struggle. He was closely associated with the Youth League and participated in a student satyagraha. In 1938, Reddy was elected Secretary of the Andhra Pradesh Provincial Congress Committee and he held that office for 10 years. During the Quit India Movement, he was imprisoned and he was in jail many times  between 1940 to 1945.


Reddy was elected to the Madras Legislative Assembly in 1946 and became the Secretary of the Madras Congress Legislature Party. He was also a Member of the Indian Constituent Assembly which framed the Constitution of India. From April 1949 till April 1951, he served as the Minister for Prohibition, Housing and Forests of the then Madras State.


In 1951 he was elected President of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee. When the Andhra State was formed the following year, T. Prakasam became its Chief Minister and Sanjeeva Reddy the Deputy Chief Minister. When the state of Andhra Pradesh came into being by incorporating Telengana with Andhra State, Sanjeeva Reddy became its first Chief Minister serving from November 1956 to January 1960. He was Chief Minister for a second time from March 1962 to February 1964.  Reddy was MLA from Sri Kalahasti and Dhone respectively during his stints as Chief Minister during this period.  The Nagarjuna Sagar and Srisailam multipurpose river valley projects were initiated during Reddy's tenure as Chief Minister. In 2005, the government of Andhra Pradesh  renamed the Srisailam project as the Neelam Sanjiva Reddy Sagar in his honour.  Reddy first term as Chief Minister ended in 1960 after he resigned as Chief Minister on being elected President of the Indian National Congress while in 1964 he resigned voluntarily following adverse remarks made against the Government of Andhra Pradesh by the Supreme Court in the Bus Routes Nationalisation case.


Reddy was elected President of the Indian National Congress thrice consecutively at its Bangalore, Bhavnagar and Patna sessions from 1960 to 1962. At the Congress session at Goa in 1962, Reddy's speech stating India's determination to end the Chinese occupation of Indian territory and the irrevocable nature of the liberation of Goa was enthusiastically received by attendees.As ar Rajya Sabha member, from June, 1964 Reddy became  Union Minister of Steel and Mines in the Lal Bahadur Shastri government. He also served  as Union Minister from January 1966 to March 1967 in Indira Gandhi's Cabinet.


In the general elections of 1967, Reddy was elected to the Lok Sabha from Hindupur in Andhra Pradesh. On 17 March 1967, Reddy was elected Speaker of the Fourth Lok Sabha.  Upon his election as the Speaker, he resigned from the Congress Party, to underline the independence of his office.


In 1969, following the death of President Zakir Hussain, Reddy was nominated as the official candidate of Congress party. In particular he was seen as the candidate of the old guard of the Congress. The Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, was opposed to Reddy's candidacy. She asked Congress legislators to "vote according to their conscience" rather than blindly toe the Party line, in effect giving a call to support the independent candidate V V Giri. In a tightly contested election held on 16 August 1969, V V Giri emerged victorious, winning 48.01 per cent of the first preference votes and subsequently getting a majority on counting the second preference votes. In the final tally, Giri had 4,20,077 votes against the quota of 4,18,169 votes required to be elected President and Reddy 4,05,427 votes.

Subsequently, Reddy retired from active politics and moved back to Anantapur where he took to farming.[


In response to Jayaprakash Narayan's call for a Total Revolution, Reddy emerged from his political exile in 1975. In January 1977 he was made a member of the Committee of the Janata Party and in March of that year, he fought the General Election from the Nandyal constituency in Andhra Pradesh as a Janata Party candidate. He was the only Janata Party candidate to be elected from Andhra Pradesh. Reddy was unanimously elected Speaker of the Sixth Lok Sabha on 26 March 1977.


The presidential election of 1977 was necessitated by the death in office of the incumbent Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed. Sanjiva Reddy was elected unopposed, the only President to be elected thus, after being unanimously supported by all political parties including the opposition Congress party. At 65, he became the youngest ever person to be elected President of India.




Barely a month into office Reddy announced, on the eve of India's thirtieth anniversary of Independence, that he would be moving out of the Rashtrapati Bhawan to a smaller accommodation and that he would be taking a 70% pay cut in solidarity with India's impoverished masses.


Following mass defections from the Janata Party and from the cabinet, Morarji Desai's 30-month old government ended in July 1979 after he handed in his resignation to President Reddy before a no-confidence motion could be tabled against his government in Parliament.


As President, Reddy appointed Charan Singh as Prime Minister following the fall of the Morarji Desai government with the condition that Singh prove his majority on the floor of the House before the end of August. Charan Singh was sworn in on 28 July 1979 but never faced Parliament to prove his majority when the President convened it on 20 August. This convention of appointing a Prime Minister in a hung House but with conditions on time to prove majority was later adopted by President R Venkataraman. After discussions,  he went along with Charan Singh's advice and dissolved Lok Sabha, calling for mid term polls with Charan Singh as the caretaker prime minister. Reddy's decision was met with angry denunciations and protests by members of the Janata Party who even threatened to have him impeached.


In the elections of 1980, Indira Gandhi's party the Indian National Congress (I) was returned to power winning 351 seats in the Lok Sabha.


After his presidential term, Reddy retired to his farm in Anantapur. He died of pneumonia in Bangalore in 1996 at the age of 83. His samadhi is at Kallahalli near Bangalore. Parliament mourned Reddy's death on 11 June 1996.

Reddy authored a book, Without Fear or Favour : Reminiscences and Reflections of a President, published in 1989. In 2004, a statue of his was erected at the Secretariat in Hyderabad. The character of chief minister Mahendranath in former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao's novel, The Insider, draws on Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy's career in Andhra Pradesh and his political rivalry with Kasu Brahmananda Reddy.

The Postal Department of India released a commemorative stamp and special cover in honour of Reddy on the occasion of his birth centenary. The Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy College Of Education in Hyderabad has been named after him. As part of the centenary celebrations of his birth, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has announced that it will rename the Andhra Pradesh State Revenue Academy, Reddy's alma mater the Government Arts College, Anantapur and the Government Medical College, Anantapur after the former president. (Were they done?)


Speech of the President Pranab Mukherjee on the occasion of Centenary Celebrations of Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
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Om Shanti Om - Hindi Film - Film Songs Videos - Shah Rukh Khan


Dastaan E Om - Shah Rukh Khan
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Jag Soona Soona - Shah Rukh Khan
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Karimnagar - Parliament Constituency - Telangana


Karimnagar Eenadu paper - Karimnagar Website

2014
Winner: Vinod K. Boinapally - TRS

Congress - Ponnala Prabhakar
BJP - Ch. Vidyasagara Rao



Karimnagar Lok Sabha seat consists of Karimnagar, Choppadandi (SC), Vemulawada, Sircilla, Manakondur (SC), Huzurabad and Husnabad Assembly segments.

The Parliamentary seat has 15,06,787 voters, including 7,51,256 women.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/lok-sabha-polls-2014-karimnagar-locked-in-close-fight-among-3-telangana-big-guns/articleshow/34248589.cms


In 2009, Prabhakar, who secured 3,17,927 votes, defeated Kumar by 50,243 votes.



2009 Lok Sabha Elections

Gen      Postal  Total
CONSTITUENCY : 3 . Karimnagar ( Total Electors 1496211 )
1 CHANDUPATLA JANGA REDDY M 75 GEN BJP 121527 810 122337 8.18 12.37


JNTUH College of Engineering, Karimnagar

Mumbai South Central -Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency

2014 - Winner - Shewale Rahul Ramesh - Shiv Sena

Mumbai North Central - Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency


2014  Winner - Smt. Poonam Mahajan - BJP

Congress - Priya Dutt

Latur - Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency

2014 Winner: Gaikwad Sunil Baliram

Sholapur - Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency

2014
Winner: Shard Bansode - BJP

Pune - Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency

2014

Winner: Anil Shirole - BJP

Visakhapatnam - Parliament Constituency



2014
Winner: Kambhampati Hari Babu  - BJP  (Same surname as mine)

Mumbai North West -Maharashtra - Parliament Constituency


2014 Winner Gajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar - Shiv Sena

Candidates

Shiv Sena
Congress - Gurudas Kamat
AAP - Mayank Gandhi

Anakapalli - Parliament Constituency

2014

Winner: Muttamsetti S. Rao - TDP

Rajahmundry - Parliament Constituency


2014

Winner: Maganti Murali Mohan

Machilipatnam - Parliament Constituency


2014

Winner: Konakalla Narayana Rao

Russi Mody - Biography

Russi was born on 17 January 1918 in Mumbai to a Parsi family. His father was Sir Homi Mody. Russi had two brothers, Kali Homi Mody and Piloo Mody (a politician).

His initial schooling was in India. Then,  he studied at Harrow School and later at Christ Church College, Oxford. On his return to India he joined Tata Steel as an office assistant in 1939. He was promoted to the position of Director of Personnel in 1953. He took up the position of the Director of Raw Materials in 1965. In 1970, he was appointed as Director of Operations and became Joint Managing Director in 1972. He became its MD and then CMD.

After his retirement from Tata Steel in March 1993, the then Prime Minister of India, Shri P V Narasimha Rao appointed Mody as Joint Chairman of Indian Airlines and Air India.

Mody died during the night of 16 May 2014 at a private hospital in Kolkata. His death was condoled by many business leaders including former Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata and the incumbent Cyrus Mistry. Indian media covered his death news.


http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/indl-goods/svs/steel/former-tisco-chief-russi-mody-passes-away/articleshow/35259181.cms

Anant Kumar Hegde - Biography



Anant Kumar Hegde (born 20 May 1968) is a member of Indian parliament  and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) political party. He was born in Sirsi, Kanara. He was elected to the 11th Lok Sabha in 1996 from Kanara constituency (renamed Uttara Kannada in 2008) in Karnataka and re-elected to the Lok Sabha in 1998, 2004 ,2009 and 2014 from the same constituency.

Ananth Kumar - Biography


Ananth Kumar, an active political leader,  was born on (22 July 1959) in Bangalore, Karnataka.  He graduated in faculty of Arts (B.A) from K S Arts College, Hubli affiliated to the Karnatak University and later, completed his bachelors in law (L.L.B) from J.S.S. Law College affiliated to the Mysore University.

He is a member of  Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and  he was a member of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the student wing of the sangh parivar. During the Emergency, he was also put in jail. Susquently, he was elected as the State Secretary of the ABVP and later, became its National Secretary in 1985. Subsequently, he  joined BJP and was nominated as the State President of BJP Yuva Morcha. He was made National Secretary of the party in 1996.

He was elected from Bangalore South Lok Sabha constituency to the 11th Lok Sabha in 1996. In 1998 he was re elected and was inducted into the Union Cabinet headed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee as the Minister for Civil Aviation. In 1999, he was re elected to a 3rd Consecutive term and became a cabinet minister in the National Democratic Alliance government. He handled various ministries like Tourism, Sports & Youth Affairs, Culture, Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation. He became the President of the Karnataka state unit of BJP in 2003 and led the state unit which became the single largest party in the Legislative Assembly and won the highest number of Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka in 2004. In 2004, he was appointed as the National General Secretary of the BJP and has held that post ever since. He got reelected in 2009. In 2014 elections, he has to face a strong contender from Congress, Nandan Nilekani, when Congress is in power in the state. But still, he came out as a winner.


Ananth Kumar in Parliament in 2013
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http://164.100.47.132/lssnew/Members/Biography.aspx?mpsno=20

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ananth_Kumar




Magadheera - Full Length Telugu Movie - YouTube Video


Super Hit Movie of 2009
Video uploaded by Geeta Arts
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Chiranjeevi in guest appearance
Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal
2009 release
Superhit movie

H.D. Deve Gowda - Biography

Deve Gowda was born on 18 May 1933 in Haradanahalli village of Holenarasipura taluk, Hassan District, Karnataka.

He earned his Diploma in Civil Engineering from Smt.L.V. Polytechnic, Hassan, Karnataka.

He is from a middle class agricultural family and was exposed to the hardships of farmers, early in his life and therefore became a champion of the farmers cause in his political career.

Deve Gowda joined the Indian National Congress party in 1953 and was its member until 1962. During this period, h acted as  the President of Anjaneya Cooperative Society of Holenarasipura and a Member of the Taluk Development Board, Holenarasipura taluk, Hassan.

In 1962, Deve Gowda was elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly from Holenarasipura constituency as an independent candidate.  He was elected from the same constituency to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly for six consecutive terms from 1962 to 1989. He joined the Congress(O) during the Congress split and served as the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly from March 1972 to March 1976 and again fron November 1976 to December 1977. During the Emergency (1975–77), he was imprisoned in the Bangalore Central Jail. After emergency, he joined Janata Party. Deve Gowda was twice the President of state unit of the Janata Party. He served as a minister in the Janata Party Government in Karnataka headed by Shri Ramakrishna Hegde from 1983 to 1988. He became President of the state unit of Janata Dal in 1994 and led the party to victory in the 1994 State Assembly elections. He was elected from the Ramanagara constituency  and became  the 14th Chief Minister of Karnataka in December 1994.

In January 1995, Deve Gowda toured Switzerland and attended the Forum of International Economists. During his tour to Singapore, he was able to bring in the needed foreign investment to the State.

In the 1996 general elections, the Congress party headed by P.V. Narasimha Rao lost decisively but BJP could not form the government. Then  the United Front ( of non-Congress and non-BJP regional parties) decided to form the Government at the Centre with the support of the Congress, Deve Gowda was unexpectedly chosen to head the government and became the 11th Prime Minister of India. He took oath  as Prime Minister of India on 1 June 1996 and continued until 11 April 1997.

The Janata Dal split in 1999, when a faction led by then Chief Minister J.H. Patel lent support to BJP-led National Democratic Alliance leading to the formation of Janata Dal (Secular) under H. D. Deve Gowda. Presently is National President of Janata Dal (Secular)

Interview in 2013 - Completed 50 years as a legislator in India
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He was reelected to 16 Lok Sabha as a candidate of Janata Dal (Secular).



Positions

1962–89 : Member, Karnataka Legislative Assembly (seven terms)

1972–76 : Leader of Opposition, Karnataka Legislative Assembly

1983–88 : Minister for Public Works and Irrigation, Government of Karnataka

1991 : Elected to 10th Lok Sabha

1991–94 : Member, Committee on Commerce Member, Joint Parliamentary Committee on Fertilizers Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Agriculture

1994 : President, Janata Dal, Karnataka.

1994–96 : Chief Minister of Karnataka

Jun. 1996 – Apr. 1997 : Prime Minister of India and also in charge of Ministries/Departments of Petroleum and Chemicals, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Atomic Energy, Home Affairs, Agriculture, Food Processing Industries, Urban Affairs and Employment and Non-Conventional Energy Sources

1996–98 : Member, Rajya Sabha

Nov. 1996-Apr. 1997 : Leader of the House, Rajya Sabha

1998  : Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (2nd term). National President, Janata Dal (Secular)

2002 : Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha in a by-election (3rd term)

2004 : Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha (4th term)

2006–2008 : Member, Committee on Railways

2009 : Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (5th term)

31 Aug 2009 : Member, Committee on Defence

16 May 2014: Reelected to 16th Lok Sabha (6th term)


http://jds.ind.in/histor/

Bapatla - Parliament Constituency


2014

Winner: Malyadri Sriram - TDP

Narasaraopet - Parliament Constituency



2014
Winner: Rayapati Sambasiva Rao - TDP

Ongole



2014
Winner: Magunta Subbarami Reddy - TDP

Chittoor - Parliament Constituency



2014

Winner: Naramalli Sivaprasad - TDP

Srikakulam - Parliament Constituency



2014

Winner: Rammohan Naidu K. - TDP

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar - Biography



Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, was born on 13 May, 1956. He is a spiritual leader and founder of the Art of Living Foundation, which aims to relieve individual stress, societal problems, and violence.  In 2009, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar was named by Forbes Magazine as the fifth most powerful leader in India. It shows the contribution he has done in promoting solution to resolve the problems of many people in the country.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Bangalore University.

Ravi Shankar was a disciple of  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. He traveled with him a lot. He was invited by Maharishi to give talks on Vedic science, arrange conferences on the Vedas and science, and set up Ayurveda centers.He was with the Maharishi at the inauguration of the first of the Golden Domes at Maharishi International University. According to him, Sudarshan Kriya, a breathing technique  came to him in 1982 "like a poem, an inspiration" after a ten-day period of silence on the banks of the Bhadra River in Shimoga, state of Karnataka.

According to Ravi Shankar, every emotion has a corresponding rhythm in the breath and regulating breath could regulate emotions. After realizing Sudarshan Kriya, Ravi Shankar started sharing it with others through the Art of Living course, first held in Shimoga, Karnataka.

Shankar inspired his father and several other prominent citizens of Bangalore to found Ved Vignan Maha Vidya Peeth, an education and charitable trust, in 1981

In 1983, Shankar held the first Art of Living course in Europe in Switzerland. In 1986, he travelled to Apple Valley, California in the USA to conduct the first course to be held in North America. Shankar teaches that spirituality that he is promoting is that which enhances human values such as love, compassion and enthusiasm. It is not limited to followers of any one religion or culture. It is open to all people. He feels the spiritual bond we share as part of the human family is more important  than nationality, gender, religion, profession, or other identities that separate us. The idea that World is one family (Vasudha ek Kutumbham) is being promoted by him.

In Shankar's view, "Violence-free society, disease-free body, quiver-free breath, confusion-free mind, inhibition-free intellect, trauma-free memory, and sorrow-free soul are to be the objectives of the spirituality movement.

According to him, science and spirituality are linked and compatible, both springing from the urge to know. The question, "Who am I?" leads to spirituality; the question, "What is this?" leads to science. His stated vision is to create a world free of stress and violence so that people enjoy joy on earth in this life itself. His programs are said to offer practical tools to help accomplish this. He sees breath as the link between body and mind, and a tool to relax the mind, emphasizing the importance of both meditation/spiritual practice and service to others.

Sudarshan Kriya  involves "Ujjayi breathing" and "Bhastrika" in "Vajrasana" followed by rhythmic breathing in "Sukhasana". A number of medical studies on benefits of  Sudarshan Kriya  have been published in international peer-reviewed journals.  A range of mental and physical benefits are reported in these studies, including reduced levels of stress, improved immune system, relief from anxiety and depression (mild, moderate, and severe), increased antioxidant protection, and enhanced brain function (increased mental focus, calmness and recovery from stressful stimuli), among other findings. Practitioners of  Sudarshan Kriya report a state of deep relaxation while feeling rejuvenated and re-energized.


In the 1990s, Shankar initiated a number of humanitarian projects, which continue to this date under the auspices of the Art of Living Foundation and its numerous national organizations.

In 1992, he started a prison program to rehabilitate prison inmates and help them reintegrate into the mainstream. In 1997, he began the International Association for Human Values, a humanitarian organization, and its 5H program, which aims to bring sustainable development to rural areas and revive human values.[2

He is involved in interfaith dialogue and currently sits on the Board of World Religious Leaders for the Elijah Interfaith Institute.His volunteers assisted the 2004 tsunami victims, Hurricane Katrina victims, in Haiti, and many other regions of conflict and natural disaster. Through interfaith summits in 2008 and 2010, he has been engaging faith-based leaders for collective action against HIV.


The Art of Living Foundation along with UN Agencies, NGOs and civil society, launched Volunteer For a Better India (VFABI) on December 5, 2012. "Give one hour to the nation. The country has problems because good people are apathetic. Youth must take charge and Volunteer for a Better India", Shankar appealed. VFABI is involved in many activities, including protest against the 2012 Delhi gang rape case, free health camps, and voter awareness and registrations in India.


NONVIO was launched as a nation-wide movement by Shankar's foundation in March 2013 with the aim of eliminating violence. It encourages individuals to pledge one act of non-violence through different social and online media and adopt nonviolent principles in government, public health, and media.

New Year Message for 2014
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Interview - Times Now Channel - 2013
Volunteer for a Better India
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http://hinduism.about.com/od/gurussaints/p/ravishankar.htm
http://www.artofliving.org/srisriravishankar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravi_Shankar_(spiritual_leader)


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sri-sri-ravi-shankar/inner-peace_b_2399040.html

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Narendra Modi - Shivaji of Modern India



Narendra Modi is the success man of Hindutva Brigade. While the credit of nurturing the party for many years goes to Vajpayee and Advani, and the credit for making the choice of a substantial majority of citizens of India goes to Narendra Modi. He brought together the existing resources of BJP into a winning combination through his performance in Gujarat. He created a hope in the people across India, that his rule will bring prosperity to India. Parama Vaibhav Bharat is the objective of RSS. Modi as an RSS member and pracharak sings this song every day. Parama Vaibhav Bharat is the mission of RSS.

Modi became the vehicle for the development of India, which is the mission of RSS. But Hindutva became an important milestone. RSS argued that if Bharat is to avoid foreign domination once again, it has to unite the Hindus and create a feeling of nationalism in  them. They chose cultural unity as an intermediate objective for it. There can be religious diversity but there has to be cultural unity.

Advani tried to explain the cultural unity to people. Modi has not spent much time in his political life as chief minister in the issues of Hindutva and cultural unity. He immersed himself in development of the state and in taking care of all Gujaratis irrespective of religion. He publicly boasted of 25% vote from Muslims in Gujarat. If he can achieve it at all-India level in the next election, Modi will be the first person from BJP to transcend the caste and religion differences in Indian elections.


Narendra Modi's Speech at Varanasi on 17 May 2014

Narendra Modi said he will concentrate on making Varanasi (Kashi) as the spiritual guru of India.  Unless Kashi becomes first the national spiritual guru, India cannot become the world guru. Then he said, whenever, India is on top of spiritual thinking, its economic progress was also at peak. Hence, his emphasis on Kashi as a spiritual center, also means economic progress of Kashi and India. Thus Modi connected, spiritual progress to economic progress of India. He used the term "vaibhav" in this context. Every RSS man sings that he will work for the param vaibhavam of Bharat Mata. Modi thus brought out his vision or dream for the param vaibhav Bharat through spiritual institution development of Varanasi. 

India Parliament - Lok Sabha Elections 2014 News, Views, Analysis and Results


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.


http://www.firstpost.com/election-results

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AAP - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign

BJP Mission 272+ State Targets and Campaign

Congress - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign


Candidate Lists

BJP    -   Congress

Political Leaders

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

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13. March 2014
Latest Opinion Poll by NDTV
NDA seems to getting closer to 272 mark
http://www.ndtv.com/elections/live-blog/show/the-final-word-india-s-biggest-opinion-poll-495290?pfrom=home-lateststories

5 March 2014



The Highlights of the Schedules are indicated below:

POLL DAYS – GENERAL ELECTIONS, 2014

POLL  DAYDATE OF POLL NUMBER OFSTATES &UNIONTERRITORIESNUMBER OF
PARLIAMENTARY
CONSTITUENCIES
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
TOTAL PARLIAMENTARY
CONSTITUENCIES
543


http://pib.nic.in/archieve/others/2014/mar/d2014030501.pdf

Statewise Schedule

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







16 Jan

Interview with Ram Madhav - RSS Spokesperson
http://www.indiatvnews.com/politics/national/modi-darling-of-rss-media-interpretation-ram-madhav-india-tv--12508.html


'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)
http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/interview-christophe-jaffrelot-kejriwal-will-force-modi-to-change-his-electoral-campaign/20140115.htm
http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/christophe-jaffrelot-congress-has-underestimated-the-resentment-of-the-people/20140116.htm

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.
http://www.abplive.in/india/2014/01/13/article111808.ece/ABP-News-Nielsen-Opinion-Poll-AAP-impacting-Congress-the-most-in-Delhi-NCR-advantage-BJP-in-Mumbai--Thane#.UtQRPtKBni6

The survey also says 48% want Modi as PM, 31% Arun Kejriwal and 16% Rahul Gandhi.
http://www.abplive.in/india/2014/01/13/article111805.ece/ABP-News-Nielsen-Opinion-Poll-Narendra-Modi-top-choice-for-PM-in-Delhi-NCR-and-Mumbai#.UtQpmtKBni4

11 January 2014
Congress has failed in safeguarding India's secular fabric, saysPresident of Jamiat-e-Ulema Hind, Arshad Madni
http://www.ummid.com/news/2014/January/11.01.2014/muslim-leaders-on-arrest.html

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
http://www.ummid.com/news/2014/January/06.01.2014/jamat-islami-on-aap.html#.Usy4UuH_VcI.twitter

3 January 2014 -

Press Conference of Prime Minister of Dr. Man Mohan Singh on 3 January 2014

In 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.


December 2013
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.
http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/mulayam-singh-yadav-mimics-lalu-prasad-calls-him-a-congress-stooge-465388
31 December - Mulayam Singh Yadav recognizes Modi Factor. Says BJP may get some more seats due to him.
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-mulayam-singh-yadav-takes-on-lalu-prasad-yadav-for-visiting-muzaffarnagar-camps-1943364


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
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-10-17/india/43142991_1_ysr-congress-seats-times-now-cvoter

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
http://www.rediff.com/news/report/opinion-polls-predict-bjp-win-in-mp-chhattisgarh-rajasthan/20130919.htm

13 September 2013
Narendra Modi  was declared  as the PM candidate of BJP
http://www.firstpost.com/politics/modi-is-bjps-pm-candidate-coronation-complete-1107229.html

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.
http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-its-final-bjp-to-declare-modi-as-pm-candidate-today/20130913.htm

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?

7 September
Opinion Poll - AC Nielsen - ABP
BJP will emerge as the single largest party in the coming parliamentary elections
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-07/india/41854335_1_narendra-modi-congress-and-bjp-single-largest-party

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.
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/national-interest-modihit/1150469/0

2 August 2013
How Modi won BJP primaries in American fashion?
http://www.firstpost.com/politics/how-modi-won-the-bjp-primaries-in-american-fashion-1004897.html

29 July 2013

Times Now Opinion Poll

37.7% vote for Narendra Modi
17.7% for Rahul Gandhi

Congress Clear Loser
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Congress-clear-loser-but-BJP-far-from-victory-opinion-poll-says/articleshow/21468590.cms


27 July 2013
CNN - IBN Opinion Poll

NDA to win 172-180 seats, UPA 149-157, others 147-155

http://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
http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/409633/cnnibn-election-tracker-how-big-states-will-vote-in-2014.html

How India will vote in 2014 Elections - Video
http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/409751/regional-parties-the-key-as-upa-nda-may-fall-short-of-majority-in-ls-polls.html

BJP will achieve better than what opinion poll predicted - Advani
Advani said so while addressing Schedule Caste Morcha
http://in.news.yahoo.com/bjp-achieve-record-breaking-result-advani-102406749.html

Can Narendra Modi win 2014 elections without a ‘united’ BJP?
http://zeenews.india.com/blog/can-narendra-modi-win-2014-elections-without-a-united-bjp_6538.html

24 July 2013
Modi's Mobile Campaign Strategy

23.July 2013
Economic Times
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."
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/narendra-modi-not-secular-enough-to-be-pm-says-amartya-sen/articleshow/21256176.cms


21 July 2013
Times of India
Mahatma versus Modi: Tale of Two Nationalists
M.J.Akbar
http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/TheSiegeWithin/entry/mahatma-versus-modi-tale-of-two-nationalists

Rediff
Should Modi be marketing his administrative model?
http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-should-modi-be-marketing-his-administrative-model/20130721.htm

'Vibrant Gujarat' a marketing gimmick, says Sachin Pilot
http://www.rediff.com/news/report/vibrant-gujarat-a-marketing-gimmick-says-sachin-pilot/20130721.htm

20 July 2013
BJP can get to 272 seats with NDA
Minhaz Merchant

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
Total 200
Shiva Sena + SAD - 25 seats
AIADMK 30
Independents 10
TRS 10   Total 275  - Good number's forecast by Minhaz Merchant
http://blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com/headon/entry/272-the-2-tier-strategy-to-get-there-part-ii

Edelweiss, a Mumbai based Brokerage company came out with a election survey.
It says BJP will win 145 - 155 seats and Congress will win
http://exitopinionpollsindia.blogspot.in/




19 July 2013
Poll team of BJP announced
http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/bjp-declares-poll-team-headed-by-narendra-modi-highlights-394364

18 July
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.

Rediff
Will  Modi's Star burnout by Winter - TVR Shenoy
http://www.rediff.com/news/column/will-modis-star-burn-out-by-winter/20130718.htm



Econonomic Times
Why Modi lifting his veil is high Risk of BJP
Anish Sharma



14 July 2013
Rural India has great expecations from Narendra Modi
Opinions of rural people of Rajastan
Tavleen Singh
http://www.niticentral.com/2013/07/14/here-is-what-rural-india-thinks-of-narendra-modi-103817.html


5 July 2013
Survey by magazine Week predicts 197 seats to NDA and 184 seats to UPA.
http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=178931

21 May 2013
Projecting Modi as PM will get NDA 220 seats. C-Voter survey.
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/narendra-modi-2014-lok-sabha-polls-headlines-today-c-voter-survey-nda-trump-card-india-today/1/272341.html

January 2013
Astrological Magazine
According to astrology, time bad for Congress and good for BJP.
http://www.journalofastrology.com/article.php?article_id=437

India - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Results


BJP emerged as a Victor . Big win for NDA

Narendra Modi's First Speech after the Historic Win in 16 Lok Sabha Elections

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NDA leading in 334 seats

BJP leading in  282
Congress Leading 46
AIADMK 37
Trinamool Congress 34
Biju Janata Dal 19
Shiv Sena 18
Telugu Desam Party 15
Telangana Rashtra Samiti 13
YSR Congress 8
LJP 6
NCP 6




Live Updates of Rediff  -  NDTV Winning Candidates -



Targets for BJP 272+ (in brackets) and seats won by BJP

Andhra Pradesh(5) -  3
 Arunachal Pradesh (1) - 1
Assam (5) - 7
Bihar (30) - 22  + 6 (LJP)
Chattisgarh (10) - 10
Delhi (5) - 7
Goa (2) - 2
Gujarat (26) - 26
Haryana (5) - 7
Himachal Pradesh (4) - 4
 Jammu and Kashmir (2) -
Jharkhand (10) - 12
 Karnataka (20) - 17
Kerala (1) -
Madhya Pradesh (25) - 27
 Maharashtra (20) - 23
Manipur -
Orissa (3) - 1
Punjab (3) -  2
Rajasthan (25) - 25
Tamil Nadu (5) -
Tripura -
 Uttara Khand (5) - 5
Uttara Pradesh (55) - 72+1 (Apna Dal)
West Bengal (5)  - 2  

Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands -
Chandigarh (1) -
 Daman and Diu (1) -
Puducherry


Source: http://www.firstpost.com/election-results/map/haryana-2014



Election Analysis

BJP Mission 272+ (Plus) Realistic  - Analysis


TV Channels are all ready with the teams of commentators and analysts.






Opinion Polls


Probably the last opinion poll giving a complete all India result. Video uploaded 15 April 2014
Predicted 275 seats for NDA
226 seats for BJP alone.
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CNN-IBN 2014 Lok Sabha Election Tracker - April 2014

Nellore - Parliament Constituency



2014

Winner: M. Rajmohan Reddy - YSRC

Contesting

TDP - Adala Prabhakar Reddy
YSRC - Mekapati Rajmohan Reddy
Congress - Vakati Narayana Reddy
JSP - Syed Haneef (JSP - Jai Samaikhya Andhra Party)


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nellore_(Lok_Sabha_constituency)


Assembly Constituencies

Atmakur
Kandukur
Kavali
Kovuru
Nellore city
Nellore rural
Udayagiri

Narasapuram - Parliament Constituency



2014

Winner BJP

BJP Gokaraju Ganga Raju

Secunderabad - Parliament Constituency - Telangana





2014

Winner - Bandaru Dattatreya BJP

Candidate


BJP Bandaru Dattatreya

Modi Your Time Starts Now - You Have Five Years in this Game of National Development

17.5.2014
"Modi Your Time Starts Now" is the headline given by Shekhar Gupta for his article on Modi's victor in 16th Lok Sabha Elections in Indian Express.

Modi is possibly the most powerful self-made Indian leader ever. wrote, Shekhar Gupta

Of course Mahatma Gandhi was also a self made leader. But that was during the independence when leadership meant sacrifices and jails.

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/politics/modi-your-time-starts-now/

It is certainly an apt headline. Modi's real game starts now. Whether he will succeed or fail will be decided after 5 years. Indian citizens have reposed confidence in his abilities and promises and gave him a 5 year term. They will cheer him when he entertains them and shows progress and they may go on strikes when they are made unhappy but 5 years they are going be participants in this political theatre with Narendra Modi being given the role of main actor.

So, the India is eagerly awaiting the oath ceremony of Narendra Modi. It was announced that the BJP parliamentary party will meet on 20 May 2014. Then only, the date for oath taking will be announced.

NCT OF Delhi Lok Sabha Elections


17.5.2014
BJP won all the 7 seats in Delhi

BJP Mission 272+ - Delhi Target 5 Seats

State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets


Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry



Visit BJP Election Performance from 1998 - 2009 and Best Performance in each state  - The total of the best comes to 239 seats.
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10 Feb 2014
BJP Mission 272+ has 10 lakh members in Delhi.
http://www.organiser.org/Encyc/2014/2/10/Digital-power-for-Modi.aspx?NB=&lang=4&m1=&m2=&p1=&p2=&p3=&p4=&PageType=N
Total membership 1.5 crore.

6 Jan 2014
Delay in projecting Harshvardhan as CM has cost us the Delhi Assembly. L.K.Advani said in NRI friends of BJP meet. He said there is enthusiasm in the country for Narendra Modi.
http://twocircles.net/2014jan06/delay_projecting_delhi_cm_candidate_hurt_bjp_advani.html

5 January 2014
NCR volunteers of Mission 272+ are invited!
5th Jan at 11am.
Place: 11, Ashok Road, New Delhi.



December 2013

28 December 2013


AAP has formed government in New Delhi. How will it affect BJP's chance in Delhi?

During assembly elections, BJP was on a backfoot. Every body knows about it. Still they became number one party. The top BJP leaders today expressed confidence at the “Abhinandan Samroh” that the party will win all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi in the coming lok sabha polls. Leader of opposition in Lok Sabha Smt. Sushma Swaraj said that no one can defeat a united BJP and the party will have to turn the tables on its rivals in the coming Lok Sabha polls. She advised that the BJP ruled MCDs should project themselves as the best governed bodies and far ahead of the Delhi government. Arun Jaitley, Nitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel, and Harshvardhan were present in the meeting and spoke.

8 December 2013  Assembly Election Results
TOTAL SEATS:70          -         AAP:28            BJP+: 32           -CONG:8        -         OTHERS:2

1 December 2013
The NDA’s Prime Ministerial candidate Shri Narendra Modi addressed a massive public meeting in Delhi’s Ambedkar Nagar. This was Shri Modi’s final campaign rally for the 2013 Delhi Vidhan Sabha Elections.


November 30 at Delhi - Modi's Rallies

Shahdara Rally - India Today News Video

November 23 at Delhi Modi's Rally

At Dwaraka
http://www.narendramodi.in/except-safeguarding-the-chair-and-holding-power-the-congress-has-no-dreams-whereas-the-bjp-dreams-of-a-developed-india/

October 2013

2 October
Addressing a record number of youngsters at the finale of Manthan in Delhi, Shri Narendra Modi inspired the youngsters to believe in themselves and said that the only solution to all problems is development.
http://www.narendramodi.in/if-you-have-the-passion-to-work-then-just-get-up-and-set-forth-and-you-will-find-the-way/


September 2013

29 September - Vikas Rally - Japanese Park, New Delhi
http://www.narendramodi.in/images-of-vikas-rally-in-delhi/
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August  2013

17 and 18, August
BJP Election Campaign Committee Meeting
http://www.narendramodi.in/shri-modi-attends-meeting-with-top-bjp-leaders-in-delhi/

2 August - BJP Election Campaign Committee Meeting
http://www.narendramodi.in/shri-modi-attends-election-campaign-committee-meeting-at-delhi/

July 2013
8 July BJP Parliamentary Board Meeting
http://www.narendramodi.in/shri-modi-attends-bjp-parliamentary-board-meeting-in-delhi/

4 July BJP Parliamentary Board Meeting
http://www.narendramodi.in/shri-narendra-modi-attends-bjp-parliamentary-board-meeting-in-delhi/

2009 Lok Sabha Election Results

CONSTITUENCY : 1 . CHANDNI CHOWK ( Total Electors 1413535 )
1 KAPIL SIBAL M 60 GEN INC 465680 33 465713 32.95 59.67
2 MOHD. MUSTAQEEM (BALLO
BHAI)
M 47 GEN BSP 26484 2 26486 1.87 3.39
3 VIJENDER GUPTA M 45 GEN BJP 264976 27 265003 18.75 33.96

CONSTITUENCY : 2 . NORTH EAST DELHI ( Total Electors 1677058 )
1 JAI PRAKASH AGARWAL M 64 GEN INC 518180 11 518191 30.90 59.03
2 HAJI DILSHAD ALI M 36 GEN BSP 44111 0 44111 2.63 5.02
3 B.L.SHARMA PREM M 79 GEN BJP 295935 13 295948 17.65 33.71

CONSTITUENCY : 3 . EAST DELHI ( Total Electors 1604795 )
1 CHETAN CHAUHAN M 61 GEN BJP 276941 7 276948 17.26 32.30
2 MOHAMMAD YUNUS M 31 GEN BSP 45447 0 45447 2.83 5.30
3 SANDEEP DIKSHIT M 44 GEN INC 517992 9 518001 32.28 60.41

CONSTITUENCY : 4 . NEW DELHI ( Total Electors 1373146 )
1 AJAY MAKAN M 45 GEN INC 455783 84 455867 33.20 59.59
2 TRILOK CHAND SHARMA M 46 GEN BSP 22360 4 22364 1.63 2.92
3 VIJAY GOEL M 54 GEN BJP 267994 64 268058 19.52 35.04

CONSTITUENCY : 5 . NORTH WEST DELHI ( Total Electors 1798181 )
1 KRISHNA TIRATH F 54 SC INC 487390 14 487404 27.11 56.84
2 MEERA KANWARIA F 59 SC BJP 302965 6 302971 16.85 35.33

CONSTITUENCY : 6 . WEST DELHI ( Total Electors 1687727 )
1 PROF. JAGDISH MUKHI M 66 GEN BJP 350823 66 350889 20.79 39.72
2 DEEPAK BHARDWAJ M 58 GEN BSP 36087 2 36089 2.14 4.09
3 MAHABAL MISHRA M 54 GEN INC 479856 43 479899 28.43 54.32

CONSTITUENCY : 7 . SOUTH DELHI ( Total Electors 1542412 )
1 KANWAR SINGH TANWAR M 47 GEN BSP 88116 4 88120 5.71 12.05
2 RAMESH KUMAR M 53 GEN INC 360264 14 360278 23.36 49.27
3 RAMESH BIDHURI M 47 GEN BJP 267040 19 267059 17.31 36.52

Welcome to Narendra Modi - The New Prime Minister of India - Print and Digital Media - 16 and 17 May 2014




17 May 2014

The Times of India

India places its faith in Moditva
TNN | May 17, 2014, 03.03 AM IST

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/Election-results-2014-India-places-its-faith-in-Moditva/articleshow/35224486.cms

Election results 2014: How SuperModi pulled BJP back from the brink
Diwakar,TNN | May 17, 2014, 04.14 am

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/Election-results-2014-How-SuperModi-pulled-BJP-back-from-the-brink/articleshow/35227008.cms



Indian Express

Modi: Your time starts now
He delivers first single-party majority in 30 years, shatters age-old assumptions. Tweet This
Written by Shekhar Gupta | May 17, 2014 4:55 am
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/politics/modi-your-time-starts-now/


Modi has chance to redefine Indian politics: US think tanks
Press Trust of India | Washington | May 17, 2014 11:16 am
http://indianexpress.com/article/world/americas/modi-has-chance-to-redefine-indian-politics-us-think-tanks/


Hindustan Times

It's time for BJP to give back to the people
Hindustan Times
May 17, 2014 -
http://www.hindustantimes.com/comment/it-s-time-for-bjp-to-give-back-to-the-people/article1-1220070.aspx

Taking everyone along is the way to go forward for man of the moment Modi
Sushil Aaron, Hindustan Times   May 16, 2014
First Published: 16:15 IST(16/5/2014) |
http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/allaboutnarendramodi/the-known-unknowns-of-narendra-modi/article1-1219884.aspx

Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha Elections



2014

BJP got 3 seats in Andhra Pradesh,
Narsapuram, Secunderabad, and Visakhapatnam

BJP Mission 272+  - Andhra Pradesh Target 5 seats


State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets


Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

Visit BJP Election Performance from 1998 - 2009 and Best Performance in each state  - The total of the best comes to 239 seats.

http://ap.bjp.org/


Andhra Pradesh - BJP Influence Constituencies (5)

2009 Lok Sabha Elections

Gen      Postal  Total
CONSTITUENCY : 3 . Karimnagar ( Total Electors 1496211 )
 1 CHANDUPATLA JANGA REDDY M 75 GEN BJP 121527 810 122337 8.18 12.37

CONSTITUENCY : 4 . Nizamabad ( Total Electors 1333271 )
 1 DR. BAPU REDDY M 59 GEN BJP 113131 625 113756 8.53 12.79

CONSTITUENCY : 7 . Malkajgiri ( Total Electors 2343050 )
 1 INDRASENA REDDY NALLU M 56 GEN BJP 130045 161 130206 5.56 10.80


CONSTITUENCY : 8 . Secunderabad ( Total Electors 1574818 )
 1 ANJAN KUMAR YADAV M M 47 GEN INC 340286 263 340549 21.62 39.37
 2 BANDARU DATTATREYA M 61 GEN BJP 170144 238 170382 10.82 19.70

CONSTITUENCY : 10 . CHELVELLA ( Total Electors 1681664 )
3 BADDAM BAL REDDY M 64 GEN BJP 112417 284 112701 6.70 10.39

2004 Elections


Rajahmundry
INC ARUNA KUMAR VUNDAVALLI 413927
BJP KANTIPUDI SARVARAYUDU 265107 (2)

Narasapur
INC CHEGONDI VENKATA HARIRAMA JOGAIAH 402761
BJP UPPALAPATI VENKATAKRISHNAM RAJU 338349

Nellore (Sc)
INC PANABAKA LAKSHMI 450129
BJP BALAKONDAIAH KARUPOTALA 321905

Tirupati (SC)
INC  CHINTA MOHAN 510961
BJP DR. N. VENKATA SWAMY 311633

Hyderabad
AIMIM  ASADUDDIN OWAISI 378854
BJP G.SUBASH CHANDERJI 278709

Medak
TRS  A. NARENDRA 453738
BJP P RAMACHANDRA REDDY 329972

Nalgonda
CPI SURAVARAM SUDHAKAR REDDY 479511
BJP NALLU INDRASENA REDDY 423360


BJP Lok Sabha 2014 Campaign News in Andhra Pradesh

January 2014

15 BJP not anti muslim - Kishan Reddy
http://www.siasat.com/english/news/bjp-not-anti-muslim-says-kishan-reddy

9 Jan
Former Union Minister UV Krishnam Raju rejoins BJP
http://www.niticentral.com/2014/01/09/u-v-krishnam-raju-rejoins-bjp-177242.html

December 2013

30 December
BJP AP Mahila Morcha to launch Kamal Mehendi visit programme to various houses and involve ladies in learning about Lok Sabha elections and BJP Party's role.
http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/BJP-to-Launch-Kamal-Mehndi-on-Jan-1/2013/12/30/article1972770.ece


9 December 2013
BJP members in Guntur took out a procession to celebrate victory of BJP in four assembly elections
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/andhra-pradesh/bjp-will-put-up-good-show-in-ap-also-says-party-leader/article5439106.ece

August 2013

20 August: BJP to field muslim candidates in Assembly and Lok Sabha Elections in Andhra Pradesh
http://m.timesofindia.com/india/BJP-set-to-field-Muslim-candidates-in-Andhra-Pradesh/articleshow/21936420.cms

11 August

Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) national election campaign chief Narendra Modi started the party's campaign for the Lok Sabha elections with a youth rally in Hyderabad on August 11, 2013

Narendra Modi Speech at Yuva Bheri Rally
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Narendra Modi at Hyderabad - Yuva Bheri Rally - Full Programme
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The stadium was full on 11 August rally.
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-08-11/news/41295790_1_film-industry-narendra-modi-mohan-babu




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Friday, May 16, 2014

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2014
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Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections


2014

BJP leading in 73 seats

Earlier title: BJP Mission 272+ - Uttar Pradesh Target and Campaign Activities News

BJP Mission 272+ target for UP 55 seats



State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets


Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

Is BJP's Mission 272+ realistic?

BJP Mission 272+ (Plus) Realistic - State Leaders Committed to Targets
Various poll survey are indicating that BJP is likely to get target given above.


For Mission 272+ to succeed BJP has to get 55 seats from UP.
To get 55 seats from Uttara Pradesh BJP's vote share has to up to 30%. Is it possible?

Favourable News Items

9 May 2014
Modi will get 56% vote in Varanasi. Will get votes from all the communities including Muslims in good number. India Today Opinion Poll
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/india-today-group-cicero-political-stock-exchange-narendra-modi-varanasi/1/359784.html

NDTV further opinion poll also confirms that BJP may get up to 2/3 of UP seats 23 out of 33 still to go for polls.

4 April 2014

NDTV Opinion poll predicts 53 seats for BJP in UP


25.Feb 2014

Yogi Adityanath, BJP MP, Gorakhpur

BJP will win 55-60 of the 80 seats in UP
Interview in Economic Times, 25 Feb, 2014
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/opinion/interviews/bjp-will-win-55-60-of-the-80-seats-in-uttar-pradesh-yogi-adityanath/articleshow/30960834.cms

11 Jan 2014
IIFL brokerage analysts predicted 50 seats for BJP in UP.

Kalyan Singh predicted that this time BJP will win 50 seats in UP.

31 October - Mulayam Singh Yadav said due to Modi factor, BJP will get 30 to 40 seats. He said even in Congress there is support for Modi.

18 October
According to the Economic Times survey, half of Uttar Pradesh's (UP) voters prefer Modi as prime minister. and 28% intend to vote the BJP.
http://www.business-standard.com/article/politics/how-politics-of-religion-caste-may-help-modi-to-win-up-bihar-113101800451_1.html

3 October BJP may win 90+ from UP, Bihar and Jharkhand
http://thenewdelhipost.com/high-hopes-for-bjp-in-bihar-up-jharkhand-may-clinch-90-seats-in-2014-lok-sabha-polls-035710.html

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http://bjpup.in/

http://bjpup.in/office-bearers/state-office-bearers-2/

BJP State Incharge & Co Charge Incharges

Shri Amit Shah
11, Ashok Road, New Delhi, E-mail : amitshah.bjp@gmail.com

Co InCharges
Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat
C-130, Sector - 3, Defence Colony, Dehradoon, Uttarakhand

Shri Rameshwer Chaurasiya,MLA
25, M. Strand Road, Patna-800 001, Email : rpcnokha@gmail.com

Shri Satyendra Kushwaha
Narwas Mangal Akhada, Post. Begumpur, Patna City, Bihar
http://bjpup.in/office-bearers/pradesh-karyasamiti-sadasya/

BJP State Leaders
   Kalyan Singh - Murli Manohar Joshi -  Uma Bharati -  Vinay Katiyar


To get 50 seats from Uttara Pradesh BJP's vote share has to go up to 38%+. Is it possible?
CNN-IBN survey finds that the vote share has gone up.

BJP attracting people from other parties and people who left it earlier due to its good prospects.

Amrit Lal Bharti, an ex-MP from Kaushambi, took formal entry into the BJP in the presence of Dr Laxmi Kant Vajpayee.
Vijay Bahadur Singh, a BSP MP from Hamirpur,  was the first leader with a mass base and substance to antagonise his party’s leadership with an eye on the BJP. Leaders like Sanjay Singh, who is an MP from Amethi, Brij Bhushan Singh from Gonda, Ganga Charan Rajput and Ajay Pratap Singh are toying with an idea to join the BJP. These political leaders with a mass base behind them will help BJP.  It is said that the State BJP leadership has given the responsibility Shiv Pratap Shukla, a former Uttar Pradesh Minister, to recommend party leadership the new people to enter the party at higher levels.

http://bjpawadh.org/bjp-it-cell/

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BJP Uttar Pradesh - Campaign Activities


8 March 2014
Modi Azamgarh Rally
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2 March 2014

Narendra Modi's address in Lucknow Rally
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BSP national gen secy joins BJP
Rajya Sabha member and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national general secretary S P Singh Baghel joined BJP in presence of BJP state in-charge Amit Shah in Lucknow on 1 March 2014
http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/lucknow/bsp-national-gen-secy-joins-bjp/

February 2014
A Dalit leader Udit Raj, joined BJP. He promised to answer the campaigns of Mayawati and Kerjriwal against BJP.

January 2014

30 Jan
Modi Look-alike person from Saharanpur on nation-wide cycle yatra.
http://www.news18.com/videos/modis-look-alike-on-nationwide-cycle-tour-to-garner-support-for-bjp-346793.html

27 Jan
Joined BJP
Former Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Rajesh Verma, who was a member of the 14th Lok Sabha.
Former Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Kaushal Kishore, who later joined the Rashtravadi Communist Party, Kishore is a prominent Dalit leader in Uttar Pradesh.
Dharmendra Singh, grandson of socialist leader Raj Narain. Singh holds an MBA degree and was working in the insurance sector.


14 Jan
BJP problem of plenty. The ticket seekers are increasing and bickering for seats.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Ahead-of-Lok-Sabha-polls-UP-BJP-faces-problem-of-plenty/articleshow/28765259.cms


11 January
One lakh booth committees will be set up in 80 constituencies
http://www.firstpost.com/politics/post-aap-jolt-amit-shah-turns-to-rss-for-up-roadmap-1334645.html

9 January
Poll coordinators appointed in UP. Normally it is done after candidates are selected. Now it is done very early.

Amethi  -  Tejbhan Singh, former MLA from Gauriganj
Bareilly -  Sanjeev Agarwal
Bijnor -  Veerpal Nirwal
Etah -  Dinesh Vashisth
Ghaziabad - Baldev Raj Sharma
Gorakhpur - Sheetal Pandey
Hathras -  Mahendra Acharya,
Jhansi - Pradeep Saravagi, Subodh Gubrele
Mathura - Devendra Sharma

Saharanpur - Lajkrishna Gandhi and Jaswant Saini
Shahjahanpur - J P S Rathore
Sultanpur. - Sita Sharan Tripathi,

Ghaziabad, party president Rajnath Singh’s local representative Baldev Raj Sharma -
Gorakhpur, local MP Yogi Adtyanath’s representative Sheetal Pandey is the coordinator. -

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/politics/in-up-amit-shah-picks-rss-men-as-poll-coordinators/

5 January
Birthdays of Kalyan Singh and Murli Manohar Joshi celebrated

3 January
In the  campus of Allahabad University, due to  the call for Allahabad bandh given by Akhil Bhartiya Pratiyogi Chatra Morcha and Bhrashtachar Mukti Morcha, led to violence  arrest of more than a 100 students. Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yogesh Shukla, who had come to express solidarity with students in their indefinite fast for the last 14 days, was arrested too. Students were protesting against alleged discrepancies in the recently announced Lower Subordinate Services examination results, accusing Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) of irregularities in the selection process and a bias shown in favour of  students allegedly from a particular region/caste in large numbers.
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2014-01-03/allahabad/45834543_1_allahabad-university-uppsc-pradesh-public-service-commission

1 January 2014 News item
BJP UP is preparing for a big rally at Bareilly on 13 January.
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/bjp-prepares-for-modis-bareilly-rally-amit-shah-outlines-schedule/1214058/

December 2013


27 December
Senior BJP leader Yogesh Shukla has exhorted denizens of Allahabad to come onto the roads to protect industries of the city in Naini area  and prevent shrinking of job opportunities.He said Rozgar Andolan is being organized to restart the closed industrial units in Naini area and protest marches will be organized in the city.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/allahabad/Call-for-revival-of-Naini-industrial-area/articleshow/27992697.cms



20 December - Vijay Shankhnad Rally in Varanasi
On the afternoon of Friday 20th December 2013 Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Vijay Shankhnaad Rally in Varanasi. There was unprecedented enthusiasm among the people at the rally as lakhs of Karyakartas, supporters and people from all walks of life joined the Rally to hear Shri Modi and the other BJP leaders.
http://www.narendramodi.in/for-us-up-is-not-a-political-playground-but-an-important-land-for-india%E2%80%99s-development/

18 December
The BJP UP unit will prepare a database of those attending the party's PM candidate Narendra Modi's upcoming rallies in the state. The database will be used to appeal to the participants to vote for the BJP during the Lok Sabha elections and keep them aware of the party's programmes in the state. For the first time Varanasi rally participants' database will be prepared.
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/bjp-to-create-database-of-modi-rally-participants/1208999/

17 December - Amit Shah active in UP
Bharatiya Janata Party's Uttar Pradesh in-charge Amit Shah exhorted the party workers to work for winning 272 seats across the country in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Addressing about 250 party workers at the ABES Engineering College compound, Ghaziabad, Shah said booth management committees have to be strengthened for achieving the target.
http://www.youandi.com/BJP_eying_272_seats_in_general_polls_Amit_Shah_47458.aspx?NEWS

November 2013

8 November
Narendra Modi  addressed a rally at  Bahraich on the 8th of November.

Shri Modi said, “SP and BSP are supporting the Centre.  If they want they can make the Centre bend... If they ask for railways or airport the Centre will have to give but they are not asking only…they are only worried about their families and they want to save their seats.” Shri Modi affirmed that their names can be Congress, SP and BSP but their Gotra, DNA and character are one. “Never think they are separate,” the BJP’s PM candidate avowed . Contrasting the conduct of the SP and BSP with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Shri Modi stated, “Mamata Didi fights with Delhi for West Bengal but SP and BSP leaders protect Delhi and save them. They ask Delhi for help in CBI cases.”
http://www.narendramodi.in/sp-bsp-not-competing-to-provide-development-for-up-but-competing-on-which-party-has-more-criminals-does-more-corruption/
http://www.india272.com/2013/11/08/modi-frenzy-hits-bahraich-full-coverage/

October 2013

25 October
Rally of Narendra Modi in Jhansi
Modiji asked people to give a chance to BJP for only 60 months as compared to the 60 years that have been given to Congress. He ensured people that BJP will change the face and future of India.
http://www.narendramodi.in/up-ke-leaders-sabaka-lootate-hain-sa-for-samajwaadi-party-ba-for-bahujan-samaj-party-ka-for-congress-party-narendra-modi/
http://www.india272.com/2013/10/25/narendra-modi-jhansi-full-coverage/

21 Oct

Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Vijay Shankhnad Rally in Agra on the afternoon of Thursday 21st November 2013.
http://www.narendramodi.in/bjp-would-bring-a-change-in-lives-of-people-through-the-mantra-of-development-narendra-modi-in-agra/
http://www.narendramodi.in/glimpses-of-vijay-shankhnad-rally-in-agra-uttar-pradesh/


A BJP functionary sees the scope for winning 60 seats from UP.

19 October
Rally at Kanpur by Narendra Modi
http://www.narendramodi.in/kanpur-has-won-me-over/


September 2013

18 September 2013
BJP has prepared an elaborate roadmap for the 80 parliamentary seats in Uttar Pradesh.
U.P. is categorized into 8 zones or sectors and each zone will have a rally by Narendra Modi. The last rally will be in Lucknow.

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http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/bjp-prepares-roadmap-for-parliamentary-polls-in-up/article5140929.ece
http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/narendra-modi-aide-amit-shah-scripts-big-bjp-plan-for-uttar-pradesh-419943

July  2013

23 July - The BJP youth wing launched a membership drive in Uttar Pradesh with the aim of adding 20 lakh members with a reward for those who recruit more than 5,000. They will get to dine with Narendra Modi.
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/video/bjp-youth-wing-uttar-pradesh-narendra-modi-dine-with-modi/1/295967.html

6 July - Amit Shah Visited Ayodhyay
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/video/bjp-leader-amit-shah-visits-ayodhya-rakes-up-ram-temple-issue/1/287244.html

June 2013

12 June 2013
Amit Shah's visit to UP as General Secretary and  State-in-Charge for UP


April 2013
Varun Gandhi a Hit with his workers
http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/LS-polls-Rahul-Varun-to-lead-Congress-BJP-charge-in-UP/2013/04/20/article1553064.ece

2004
Vajpayee expected to win 60 seats in UP
http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/bjp-will-win-60-seats-in-up-pm-104022401079_1.html

2009 Lok Sabha Election Results and BJP Performance

CONSTITUENCY : 2 . Kairana ( Total Electors 1282551 )
1 TABASSUM BEGUM F 39 GEN BSP 283253 6 283259 22.09 39.05
2 SHAJAN MASOOD M 36 GEN SP 124802 0 124802 9.73 17.21
3 SURENDRA KUMAR M 45 GEN INC 37791 4 37795 2.95 5.21
4 HUKUM SINGH M 71 GEN BJP 260757 39 260796 20.33 35.96

CONSTITUENCY : 6 . Moradabad ( Total Electors 1388525 )

2 MOHAMMED AZHARUDDIN M 46 GEN INC 301199 84 301283 21.70 39.59
3 RAJIV CHANNA M 46 GEN BSP 147475 119 147594 10.63 19.40
4 KUNWAR SARVESH KUMAR ALIAS RAKESH M 57 GEN BJP 251857 319 252176 18.16 33.14

CONSTITUENCY : 8 . Sambhal ( Total Electors 1290810 )
1 IQBAL MEHMOOD M 58 GEN SP 193922 36 193958 15.03 28.44
2 CHANDRA PAL SINGH M 51 GEN BJP 123109 57 123166 9.54 18.06
3 CHANDRA VIJAY M 56 GEN INC 129197 31 129228 10.01 18.95
4 DR. SHAFIQUR RAHMAN
BARQ
M 76 GEN BSP 207333 89 207422 16.07 30.42

CONSTITUENCY : 10 . Meerut ( Total Electors 1508788 )
1 ARUN KUMAR JAIN M 57 GEN NCP 2503 2 2505 0.17 0.34
2 MALOOK NAGAR M 43 GEN BSP 184951 40 184991 12.26 25.42
3 MUGHIS AHMAD GILANI M 53 GEN CPI 3755 0 3755 0.25 0.52
4 RAJENDRA AGARWAL M 57 GEN BJP 232065 72 232137 15.39 31.90

CONSTITUENCY : 12 . Ghaziabad ( Total Electors 1831688 )
1 PT. AMAR PAL SHARMA M 37 GEN BSP 180241 44 180285 9.84 21.73
2 RAJNATH SINGH M 57 GEN BJP 359430 207 359637 19.63 43.34
3 SURENDRA PRAKASH GOEL M 58 GEN INC 268879 77 268956 14.68 32.41

CONSTITUENCY : 13 . Gautam buddh Nagar ( Total Electors 1522397 )
1 NARENDRA SINGH BHATI M 50 GEN SP 118584 0 118584 7.79 16.05
2 MAHESH KUMAR SHARMA M 48 GEN BJP 229704 5 229709 15.09 31.08
3 RAMESH CHANDRA TOMAR M 59 GEN INC 116228 2 116230 7.63 15.73
4 K.K SHARMA M 50 GEN NCP 2912 0 2912 0.19 0.39
5 SURENDRA SINGH NAGAR M 44 GEN BSP 245612 1 245613 16.13 33.24

CONSTITUENCY : 14 . Bulandshahr ( Total Electors 1482749 )
1 ASHOK KUMAR PRADHAN M 53 SC BJP 170132 60 170192 11.48 25.46
2 KAMLESH M 43 SC SP 236216 41 236257 15.93 35.34

CONSTITUENCY : 15 . Aligarh ( Total Electors 1345351 )
1 ZAFAR ALAM M 66 GEN SP 176548 339 176887 13.15 25.56
2 BIJENDRA SINGH M 52 GEN INC 165284 492 165776 12.32 23.95
3 RAJ KUMARI CHAUHAN F 46 GEN BSP 192961 483 193444 14.38 27.95
4 SHEELA GAUTAM F 77 GEN BJP 126251 737 126988 9.44 18.35

CONSTITUENCY : 18 . Agra ( Total Electors 1539683 )
1 KUNWAR CHAND (VAKIL) M 51 SC BSP 193533 449 193982 12.60 29.98
PRABHUDAYAL KATHERIA M 57 SC INC 93104 269 93373 6.06 14.43
3 RAMJI LAL SUMAN M 57 SC SP 141108 259 141367 9.18 21.85
4 DR. RAMSHANKAR M 43 SC BJP 202954 743 203697 13.23 31.48

CONSTITUENCY : 19 . Fatehpur sikri ( Total Electors 1345742 )
1 RAGHURAJ SINGH SHAKYA M 40 GEN SP 109138 102 109240 8.12 15.74
2 RAJ BABBAR M 58 GEN INC 198882 648 199530 14.83 28.75
3 RAJA MAHENDRA
ARIDAMAN SINGH
M 52 GEN BJP 153973 400 154373 11.47 22.25
4 SEEMA UPADHYAY F 44 GEN BSP 208972 494 209466 15.57 30.19

CONSTITUENCY : 20 . Firozabad ( Total Electors 1422243 )
1 AKHILESH YADAV M 35 GEN SP 287001 10 287011 20.18 41.91
2 PROF. S.P. SINGH BAGHEL M 46 GEN BSP 219710 0 219710 15.45 32.08
3 RAGHUVAR DAYAL VERMA M 70 GEN BJP 101555 6 101561 7.14 14.83

CONSTITUENCY : 24 . Aonla ( Total Electors 1310878 )
1 TIKA RAM SAHU M 35 GEN CPI 14072 0 14072 1.07 2.00
2 DHARMENDRA KUMAR M 44 GEN SP 208810 12 208822 15.93 29.64
3 MENKA GANDHI F 52 GEN BJP 216464 39 216503 16.52 30.73
4 KUNWAR SARVRAJ SINGH M 55 GEN BSP 174313 40 174353 13.30 24.75

CONSTITUENCY : 25 . Bareilly ( Total Electors 1401423 )
1 ISLAM SABIR ANSARI M 54 GEN BSP 181970 26 181996 12.99 25.79
2 PRAVEEN SINGH ARON M 50 GEN INC 220944 32 220976 15.77 31.31
3 BHAGWAT SARAN
GANGWAR
M 54 GEN SP 73528 21 73549 5.25 10.42
4 SANTOSH GANGWAR M 59 GEN BJP 211505 133 211638 15.10 29.99

CONSTITUENCY : 26 . Pilibhit ( Total Electors 1310007 )
1 GANGA CHARAN M 45 GEN BSP 112568 8 112576 8.59 13.44
2 MASTER CHOTEY LAL
GANGWAR
M 61 GEN NCP 4963 0 4963 0.38 0.59
3 FEROZE VARUN GANDHI M 29 GEN BJP 419489 50 419539 32.03 50.09

CONSTITUENCY : 27 . Shahjahanpur ( Total Electors 1627964 )
2 KRISHNA RAJ F 41 SC BJP 168432 2 168434 10.35 21.25
3 DR JAUHARI LAL M 66 SC NCP 11016 0 11016 0.68 1.39
4 MITHLESH M 48 SC SP 257030 3 257033 15.79 32.43
5 SUNITA SINGH F 40 SC BSP 186453 1 186454 11.45 23.53

CONSTITUENCY : 28 . Kheri ( Total Electors 1297088 )
1 AJAY KUMAR M 50 GEN BJP 162841 9 162850 12.56 23.00
2 ILIYAS AZMI M 68 GEN BSP 176200 5 176205 13.58 24.89
3 ZAFAR ALI NAQVI M 61 GEN INC 184980 2 184982 14.26 26.13
4 RAVI PRAKASH VERMA M 49 GEN SP 153484 7 153491 11.83 21.68

CONSTITUENCY : 35 . Lucknow ( Total Electors 1653123 )
1 DR. AKHILESH DAS GUPTA M 48 GEN BSP 133571 39 133610 8.08 22.88
2 NAFISA ALI SODHI F 52 GEN SP 61447 10 61457 3.72 10.52
3 RITA BAHUGUNA JOSHI F 59 GEN INC 163086 41 163127 9.87 27.93
4 LAL JI TANDON M 73 GEN BJP 203938 90 204028 12.34 34.93

CONSTITUENCY : 40 . Farrukhabad ( Total Electors 1306214 )
1 CHANDRA BHUSHAN SINGH
URF MUNNU BABU
M 65 GEN SP 127328 19 127347 9.75 20.84
2 NARESH CHANDRA
AGRAWAL
M 56 GEN BSP 142119 33 142152 10.88 23.26
3 MITHLESH KUMARI F 54 GEN BJP 117907 44 117951 9.03 19.30
4 SALMAN KHURSHEED M 56 GEN INC 169324 27 169351 12.97 27.72

CONSTITUENCY : 41 . Etawah ( Total Electors 1416867 )
1 KAMLESH VERMA F 40 SC BJP 105587 65 105652 7.46 16.56
2 GAURISHANKER M 63 SC BSP 231907 123 232030 16.38 36.37
3 PREMDAS M 49 SC SP 278689 87 278776 19.68 43.70

CONSTITUENCY : 42 . Kannauj ( Total Electors 1504276 )
1 AKHILESH YADAV M 35 GEN SP 337745 6 337751 22.45 45.52
2 DR. MAHESH CHANDRA
VERMA
M 53 GEN BSP 221882 5 221887 14.75 29.91
3 SUBRAT PATHAK M 29 GEN BJP 150861 11 150872 10.03 20.33

CONSTITUENCY : 43 . Kanpur ( Total Electors 1390055 )
1 SATISH MAHANA M 48 GEN BJP 196046 36 196082 14.11 38.23
2 SUKHDA MISHRA F 67 GEN BSP 48367 7 48374 3.48 9.43
3 SURENDRA MOHAN
AGRAWAL
M 65 GEN SP 34917 2 34919 2.51 6.81
4 SRI PRAKASH JAISWAL M 64 GEN INC 214954 34 214988 15.47 41.92

CONSTITUENCY : 44 . Akbarpur ( Total Electors 1461050 )
1 ANIL SHUKLA WARSI M 52 GEN BSP 160498 8 160506 10.99 25.19
2 ARUN KUMAR TIWARI BABA M 47 GEN BJP 136880 27 136907 9.37 21.48
3 KAMLESH KUMAR PATHAK M 53 GEN SP 114813 7 114820 7.86 18.02
4 RAJARAM PAL M 48 GEN INC 192525 24 192549 13.18 30.22

CONSTITUENCY : 45 . Jalaun ( Total Electors 1684988 )
1 GHANSYAM ANURAGI M 35 SC SP 283016 7 283023 16.80 35.49
2 TILAK CHANDRA AHIRWAR M 40 SC BSP 271610 4 271614 16.12 34.05
4 BHANU PRATAP SINGH VERMA M 50 SC BJP 131247 12 131259 7.79 16.46

CONSTITUENCY : 47 . Hamirpur ( Total Electors 1498840 )
1 ASHOK KUMAR SINGH
CHANDEL
M 49 GEN SP 165927 11 165938 11.07 22.87
2 PREETAM SINGH LODHI
"KISAAN"
M 39 GEN BJP 138681 11 138692 9.25 19.12
3 VIJAY BAHADUR SINGH M 65 GEN BSP 199142 1 199143 13.29 27.45
4 SIDDHA GOPAL SAHU M 43 GEN INC 173639 2 173641 11.59 23.93

CONSTITUENCY : 49 . Fatehpur ( Total Electors 1536621 )
1 JAGESHWAR PAL M 58 GEN NCP 10693 0 10693 0.70 1.54
2 MAHENDRA PRASAD
NISHAD
M 37 GEN BSP 166723 2 166725 10.85 24.01
3 RAKESH SACHAN M 53 GEN SP 218948 5 218953 14.25 31.53
4 RADHEY SHYAM GUPTA M 69 GEN BJP 115706 6 115712 7.53 16.66
5 VIBHAKAR SHASTRI M 44 GEN INC 101852 1 101853 6.63 14.67

CONSTITUENCY : 54 . Faizabad ( Total Electors 1500160 )
1 NIRMAL KHATRI M 58 GEN INC 211525 18 211543 14.10 28.24
2 BIMLENDRA MOHAN
PRATAP MISRA "PAPPU
BHAIYA"
M 48 GEN BSP 135694 15 135709 9.05 18.11
3 MITRASEN M 76 GEN SP 157296 19 157315 10.49 21.00
4 LALLU SINGH M 54 GEN BJP 151512 46 151558 10.10 20.23

CONSTITUENCY : 55 . Ambedkar Nagar ( Total Electors 1494838 )
1 RAKESH PANDEY M 55 GEN BSP 259391 96 259487 17.36 32.00
2 VINAY KATIYAR M 49 GEN BJP 225986 81 226067 15.12 27.88
3 SHANKHLAL MAJHI M 54 GEN SP 236719 32 236751 15.84 29.20

CONSTITUENCY : 57 . Kaiserganj ( Total Electors 1376267 )
1 MOHD ALEEM M 46 GEN INC 73140 0 73140 5.31 12.93
2 BRIJBHUSHAN SHARAN
SINGH
M 52 GEN SP 196054 9 196063 14.25 34.66
3 DR LALTA PRASAD MISHRA
ALIAS DR L P MISHRA
M 59 GEN BJP 120541 20 120561 8.76 21.31
4 SURENDRA NATH AWASTHI M 53 GEN BSP 123864 0 123864 9.00 21.90

CONSTITUENCY : 60 . Domariyaganj ( Total Electors 1499679 )
1 JAGDAMBIKA PAL M 59 GEN INC 229761 111 229872 15.33 31.24
2 JAI PRATAP SINGH M 55 GEN BJP 153204 102 153306 10.22 20.83
3 MATA PRASAD PANDEY M 72 GEN SP 60165 21 60186 4.01 8.18
4 MOHD. MUQUEEM M 59 GEN BSP 151715 72 151787 10.12 20.63

CONSTITUENCY : 61 . Basti ( Total Electors 1570657 )
1 ARVIND KUMAR
CHAUDHARY
M 43 GEN BSP 268568 98 268666 17.11 34.72
2 BASANT CHAUDHARY M 43 GEN INC 95213 22 95235 6.06 12.31
3 RAJ KISHOR SINGH M 38 GEN SP 163431 25 163456 10.41 21.12
4 DR. Y. D. SINGH M 64 GEN BJP 117206 53 117259 7.47 15.15

CONSTITUENCY : 62 . Sant kabir Nagar ( Total Electors 1694453 )
1 KAMLA KANT CHAUDHARY M 41 GEN CPI 11954 0 11954 0.71 1.49
2 FAZLEY MAHAMOOD M 41 GEN INC 33898 1 33899 2.00 4.23
3 BHAL CHANDRA YADAV M 42 GEN SP 171039 6 171045 10.09 21.36
4 BHISMA SHANKAR ALIAS
KUSHAL TIWARI
M 44 GEN BSP 211043 0 211043 12.45 26.35
5 SHARAD TRIPATHI M 35 GEN BJP 181541 6 181547 10.71 22.67

CONSTITUENCY : 63 . Maharajganj ( Total Electors 1509167 )
1 AJEET MANI M 41 GEN SP 106601 1 106602 7.06 12.70
2 GANESH SHANKER PANDEY M 51 GEN BSP 181846 0 181846 12.05 21.67
3 PANKAJ CHAUDHARY M 38 GEN BJP 173039 2 173041 11.47 20.62
4 HARSH VARDHAN M 61 GEN INC 305471 3 305474 20.24 36.40

CONSTITUENCY : 64 . Gorakhpur ( Total Electors 1696474 )
1 ADITYANATH M 36 GEN BJP 403143 13 403156 23.76 53.85
2 MANOJ TIWARI MRIDUL M 39 GEN SP 83059 0 83059 4.90 11.09
3 LALCHAND NISHAD M 67 GEN INC 30262 0 30262 1.78 4.04
4 VINAY SHANKAR TIWARI M 41 GEN BSP 182883 2 182885 10.78 24.43

CONSTITUENCY : 65 . Kushi Nagar ( Total Electors 1438263 )
1 BRAMHA SHANKER
TRIPATHI
M 56 GEN SP 55223 0 55223 3.84 7.55
2 KU. RATANJEET PRATAP
NARAYAN SINGH
M 45 GEN INC 223954 0 223954 15.57 30.63
3 VIJAY DUBEY M 41 GEN BJP 162189 0 162189 11.28 22.19
4 SWAMI PRASAD MAURYA M 54 GEN BSP 202860 0 202860 14.10 27.75

CONSTITUENCY : 66 . Deoria ( Total Electors 1580745 )
1 GORAKH PRASAD JAISWAL M 72 GEN BSP 219870 19 219889 13.91 30.73
2 BALESHWAR YADAV M 55 GEN INC 91478 10 91488 5.79 12.79
3 MOHAN SINGH M 58 GEN SP 151380 9 151389 9.58 21.16
4 SHRI PRAKASH MANI
TRIPATHI
M 64 GEN BJP 178087 23 178110 11.27 24.89

CONSTITUENCY : 67 . Bansgaon ( Total Electors 1663648 )
1 KAMLESH PASWAN M 33 SC BJP 223006 5 223011 13.40 34.35
2 MAHA BEER PRASAD M 66 SC INC 76430 2 76432 4.59 11.77
3 SHARADA DEVI F 59 SC SP 113168 2 113170 6.80 17.43
4 SHREE NATH JI M 58 SC BSP 170224 0 170224 10.23 26.22

CONSTITUENCY : 68 . Lalganj ( Total Electors 1509536 )
1 DAROGA PRASAD SAROJ M 60 SC SP 146997 185 147182 9.75 22.35
2 NEELAM SONKAR F 33 SC BJP 167842 208 168050 11.13 25.52
3 DR. BALIRAM M 56 SC BSP 207851 147 207998 13.78 31.59

CONSTITUENCY : 69 . Azamgarh ( Total Electors 1578854 )
1 AKBAR AHMAD DUMPY M 57 GEN BSP 198468 141 198609 12.58 28.18
2 ARUN KUMAR SINGH M 63 GEN CPM 7084 4 7088 0.45 1.01
3 DURGA PRASAD YADAV M 56 GEN SP 123744 100 123844 7.84 17.57
4 RAMAKANT YADAV M 49 GEN BJP 247300 348 247648 15.69 35.13

CONSTITUENCY : 72 . Ballia ( Total Electors 1679029 )
1 NEERAJ SHEKHAR M 40 GEN SP 276454 195 276649 16.48 40.82
2 MANOJ SINHA M 50 GEN BJP 137636 104 137740 8.20 20.32
3 SANGRAM SINGH YADAV M 48 GEN BSP 204025 69 204094 12.16 30.11

CONSTITUENCY : 73 . Jaunpur ( Total Electors 1662127 )
1 DHANANJAY SINGH M 33 GEN BSP 302599 19 302618 18.21 39.61
2 PARAS NATH YADAVA M 54 GEN SP 222233 34 222267 13.37 29.10
3 SEEMA F 37 GEN BJP 143351 26 143377 8.63 18.77


CONSTITUENCY : 74 . Machhlishahr ( Total Electors 1751074 )
1 KAMLA KANT GAUTAM (K.K.
GAUTAM)
M 66 SC BSP 198830 16 198846 11.36 27.70
2 TUFANI SAROJ M 48 SC SP 223125 27 223152 12.74 31.09
3 RAJ BAHADUR M 66 SC INC 33279 1 33280 1.90 4.64
4 VIDYASAGAR SONKER M 48 SC BJP 146009 22 146031 8.34 20.35

CONSTITUENCY : 77 . Varanasi ( Total Electors 1561854 )
1 AJAY RAI M 36 GEN SP 123826 48 123874 7.93 18.61
2 MUKHTAR ANSARI M 49 GEN BSP 185882 29 185911 11.90 27.94
3 DR. MURLI MANOHAR JOSHI M 73 GEN BJP 202969 153 203122 13.01 30.52

CONSTITUENCY : 79 . Mirzapur ( Total Electors 1405539 )
1 ANIL KUMAR MAURYA M 37 GEN BSP 199216 0 199216 14.17 27.18
2 ANURAG SINGH M 42 GEN BJP 139682 4 139686 9.94 19.06
3 BAL KUMAR PATEL M 48 GEN SP 218896 2 218898 15.57 29.87

CONSTITUENCY : 80 . Robertsganj ( Total Electors 1214735 )
1 PAKAURI LAL M 57 SC SP 216478 0 216478 17.82 36.36
2 RAM ADHAR JOSEPH M 43 SC INC 55809 0 55809 4.59 9.37
3 RAM CHANDRA TYAGI M 54 SC BSP 166219 0 166219 13.68 27.92
4 RAM SHAKAL M 47 SC BJP 104410 1 104411 8.60 17.54


2004 Election

Budaun
SP  SALEEM IQBAL SHERVANI 265713
BJP BRIJPAL SINGH SHAKYA 214391

Shahabad

BSP  ILIYAS AZMI 210171
BJP SATYA DEV SINGH 163802

Balarampur
BJP  BRIJ BHUSHAN SHARAN SINGH 270941
BSP RIZWAN ZAHEER ALIAS RIJJU BHAYA 218328

Gonda
SP  KIRTI VARDHAN SINGH ALIAS RAJA BHAIYA 251947
BJP GHAN SHYAM SHUKLA 214949

Ghazipur
SP AFAJAL ANSARI 415687
BJP MANOJ 188910

Jalesar
SP  PRO. S.P SINGH BAGHEL 287091
BJP PRATYENDRA PAL SINGH (PAPPU BHAIYA) 181023

Etah
SP KU. DEVENDRA SINGH YADAV 276156
BJP ASHOK RATAN SHAKYA 224821

Hathras
BJP  KISHAN LAL DILER 175049
BSP RAM VIR SINGH BHAIYAJI 152212

Khurja

BJP  ASHOK KUMAR PRADHAN 214701
BSP RAVI GAUTAM 173551

Hap
INC  SURENDRA PRAKASH GOYAL 235114
BJP RAMESH CHAND TOMAR 192751

Muzaffarnagar
SP  CH. MUNAWWAR HASAN 306225
BJP AMARPAL SINGH 237220


BJP - Seats won in 1998 Lok Sabha Elections
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No. Constituency Type Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Tehri Garhwal GEN Manabendra Shah Bharatiya Janata Party
2 Garhwal GEN B. C. Khanduri Bharatiya Janata Party
3 Almora GEN Bachi Singh Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
4 Nainital GEN Ila Pant Bharatiya Janata Party
5 Amroha GEN Chetan Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party
6 Rampur GEN Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Bharatiya Janata Party
7 Aonla GEN Rajveer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
8 Bareilly GEN Santosh Gangwar Bharatiya Janata Party
9 Pilibhit GEN Maneka Gandhi Independent
10 Shahjahanpur GEN Satyapal Singh Yadav Bharatiya Janata Party
11 Shahabad GEN Raghvendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
12 Sitapur GEN Janardan Prasad Mishra Bharatiya Janata Party
13 Lucknow GEN Atal Behari Vajpayee Bharatiya Janata Party
14 Unnao GEN Devi Bux Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
15 Rae Bareli GEN Ashok Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
16 Pratapgarh GEN Ram Vilas Vedanti Bharatiya Janata Party
17 Amethi GEN Sanjay Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
18 Sultanpur GEN Devendra Bahadur Roy Bharatiya Janata Party
19 Bara Banki SC Baijnath Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
20 Basti SC Shriram Chauhan Bharatiya Janata Party
21 Domariaganj GEN Rampal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
22 Khalilabad GEN Indrajeet Mishra Bharatiya Janata Party
23 Bansgaon SC Raj Narain Passi Bharatiya Janata Party
24 Gorakhpur GEN Adityanath Yogi Bharatiya Janata Party
25 Maharajganj GEN Pankaj Choudhary Bharatiya Janata Party
26 Padrauna GEN Ram Nagina Mishra Bharatiya Janata Party
27 Machhlishahr GEN Chinmayanand Bharatiya Janata Party
28 Saidpur SC Bizay Sonkar Shastri Bharatiya Janata Party
29 Chandauli GEN Ananda Ratna Maurya Bharatiya Janata Party
30 Varanasi GEN Shankar Prasad Jaiswal Bharatiya Janata Party
31 Robertsganj SC Ram Shakal Bharatiya Janata Party
32 Mirzapur GEN Virendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
33 Allahabad GEN Murli Manohar Joshi Bharatiya Janata Party
34 Fatehpur GEN Ashok Kumar Patel Bharatiya Janata Party
35 Banda GEN Ramesh Chandra Dwivedi Bharatiya Janata Party
36 Hamirpur GEN Ganga Charan Rajput Bharatiya Janata Party
37 Jhansi GEN Rajendra Agnihotri Bharatiya Janata Party
38 Jalaun SC Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma Bharatiya Janata Party
39 Ghatampur SC Kamal Rani Bharatiya Janata Party
40 Bilhaur GEN Shyam Bihari Misra Bharatiya Janata Party
41 Kanpur GEN Jagatvir Singh Drona Bharatiya Janata Party
42 Etawah GEN Sukhda Misra Bharatiya Janata Party
43 Farrukhabad GEN Swami Sachidanand Hari Sakshi Bharatiya Janata Party
44 Etah GEN Mahadeepak Singh Shakya Bharatiya Janata Party
45 Firozabad SC Prabhu Dayal Katheria Bharatiya Janata Party
46 Agra GEN Bhagwan Shankar Rawat Bharatiya Janata Party
47 Mathura GEN Chaudhary Tejveer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
48 Hathras SC Kishan Lal Diler Bharatiya Janata Party
49 Aligarh GEN Sheela Gautam Bharatiya Janata Party
50 Khurja SC Ashok Kumar Pradhan Bharatiya Janata Party
51 Bulandshahr GEN Chhatrapal Singh Lodha Bharatiya Janata Party
52 Hapur GEN Ramesh Chand Tomar Bharatiya Janata Party
53 Meerut GEN Amar Pal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
54 Baghpat GEN Som Pal Bharatiya Janata Party
55 Muzaffarnagar GEN Sohan Veer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
56 Kairana GEN Virendra Verma Bharatiya Janata Party
57 Saharanpur GEN Nakli Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
58 Hardwar SC Harpal Singh Sathi Bharatiya Janata Party

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