uttar pradesh elections

UP Polls: 5 Key Takeaways From The Results

New Delhi: As the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) swept the Uttar Pradesh polls, we look at 5 big takeaways from the result that will shape Indian politics in the days to come: 1) The triumph of ‘Rashan’ and ‘Sushasan’ (Ration and Good Governance): During the elections, two biggest factors for the people were law and order

We Crossed 200-Mark By 4th Phase Only: Akhilesh Yadav To The New Indian

Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Akhilesh Yadav, who was in Varanasi ahead of the seventh phase polls, spoke to The New Indian’s Executive Editor Rohan Dua on the prospects of his party in 2022 Vidhan Sabha elections, in which he has aligned with smaller parties like Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP), Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) and Apna

Shooter, No More, Don’s Boots To Fill? Bahubali’s Son Faces A Rajbhar On Rajbhar’s Ticket

MAU (UTTAR PRADESH): An international level shooter, Abbas Ansari easily gets lost in people in his assembly constituency that was once represented by his father Mukhtar Ansari, who is sitting inside a prison. Abbas, carrying on the tough countenance of his father, calls people of Mau his family and asks them to vote for change.

Shreya & Rajesh Verma: In SP Co-Founder Beni’s Kin, Akhilesh Eyes Non-Yadav OBCs

As the team of the New Indian’s Executive Editor Rohan Dua reaches Barabanki’s Kursi assembly constituency that goes to polls in the fifth phase, Shreya Verma, the Samajawadi Party’s National vice president of women wing bursts with dynamism and energy. An alumna of the prestigious Welham Girls School in Dehradun and Ramjas College, this economics

Kunda Will Nail SP, Uphold Tradition & Vote In My Favour: Raja Bhaiya

KUNDA(PRATAPGARH): The Kunda assembly constituency in Uttar Pradesh’s Pratapgarh is witnessing an electoral fight for the first time after a gap of 30 years as the six time sitting MLA Raghuraj Pratap Singh aka Raja Bhaiya is facing his friend turned foe in the form of Samajwadi Party’s candidate, Gulshan Yadav.Raja Bhaiya, who floated his Jansatta

UP polls: 57.45% voter turnout recorded till 5 pm in fourth phase

LUCKNOW: 57.45% voting was recorded till 5 pm in the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The highest average turnout was recorded at 62.42% in (Lakhimpur) Kheri, followed by 61.33% in Pilibhit. Voting is being held in 59 constituencies, including state capital Lucknow, spread across nine districts. The districts in which polling is

UP polls: 22.62% voter turnout recorded till 11 am in fourth phase

LUCKNOW: 22.62 % voting was recorded till 11 am in the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The highest average turnout was recorded at 27.44% in Pilibhit, followed by 26.28% in (Lakhimpur) Kheri. Voting is being held in 59 constituencies, including state capital Lucknow, spread across nine districts. The districts in which polling

Uttar Pradesh elections: 61.96% voter turnout recorded in the second phase

The second phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly polls saw 61.96% voter turnout . The nine districts voting in the second phase are Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Sambhal, Rampur, Amroha, Budaun, Bareilly and Shahjahanpur. The fate of 586 candidates will decided in this phase. The highest voting (67.52%) has taken place in Saharanpur district, while Shahjahanpur (55.20%)

60.17% Polling In UP First Phase, Marginally Lower Than 2017

Lucknow: The voter turn out in the first phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls till 6 pm on Thursday was recorded at 60.17 per cent, less than 2017 assembly polls where 63.5 per cent votes were polled, the Election Commission said. However, the final tally would differ as voting details of certain segments where voting

Over 7% in Western UP Cast Their Votes by 9 am as First Phase of UP Assembly Polls Begins

NEW DELHI: The first phase of polling of Uttar Pradesh (UP) Assembly elections began actively in Western UP on Thursday with several districts seeing more than 7% voting by 9 am already.  In the first phase, the people of 58 constituencies across 11 disticts of the Western UP are casting their votes. The two most prominent candidates