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    • Best election for me was 2014, learnt lots about what not to do, says Rahul Gandhi
    • We accept the people’s mandate with humility, says Modi
    • PM Modi congratulates Congress, KCR for thumbing win and calls MNF's win impressive
    • BJP\'s win in 2019 election is tough, as people are unhappy with unfulfilled promises: Rahul
    • Rahul Gandhi attributes the win to farmers, youth and Congress workers
    • Rahul Gandhi should get full credit of this win: Shashi Tharoor
    • Former Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah says that the wind is changing in the country
    • Mizoram CM Lal Thanhawla loses both Champhai South and Serchhip seats
    • BD Chakma becomes first BJP MLA to win a seat in Mizoram
    • MNF reaches majority mark in Mizoram, leading in 21 seats
    • MNF leading in 17 seats in Mizoram
    • Lal Thanhawla trailing in Mizoram
    • MNF is leading in two seats in Mizoram
    • Vasundhara Raje is ahead of Congress's Manavendra Singh from Jhalrapatan
    • KCR-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi is leading in Telangana
    • Congress is leading in one seat in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh
    • First-of-its-kind multistep verification process may delay results in all states
    • Counting of votes has begun in Chhattisgarh which voted under the cloud of Naxal violence.
    • Counting begins across five states
    • CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in a bid for fourth term in office
    • Exit polls have predicted a close race between the BJP and Congress in MP
    • Agrarian crisis, unemployment, anti-incumbency may effect Rajasthan results
    • Chhattisgarh: BJP has launched an aggressive campaign in Bastar’s tribal and Naxal-affected belt.
    • The result will decide whether CM Lal Thanhawla of the Congress will be able to return for a third consecutive term in Mizoram.
    • Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram will get new governments today
    • Counting to begin at 13 counting centres in the eight district headquarters in Mizoram.
    • Security arrangements have been tightened for counting with special arrangements made in Chhattisgarh
    • Polling was countermanded in one seat in Rajasthan due to death of a candidate
    • A total of 678 assembly seats across five states went for polls
    • In Mizoram, the ruling Congress is being challenged by its arch-rival in the state, Mizo National Front, while the BJP is also separately in fray
    • For Telangana, exit polls have been divided between the TRS and the Congress-led opposition alliance.
    • Many exit polls have given a clear majority to the Congress against the ruling BJP in Rajasthan
    • Exit polls have mostly forecast a tight-race between the ruling BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh
    • Counting of votes for the five state assemblies would begin at 8 am.
    • From Minority Tribes to Prohibition: Five Key Factors That Will Determine Fate of Mizoram
    • Confident of Winning Assembly Polls, CM Lal Thanhawla Says 'No Place for BJP's Communal Politics in Mizoram'
    • Exit Polls May Not Have Much to Cheer for BJP as Congress Appears to Gain Ground Ahead of 2019

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