Will take everybody along, connect with common man: Lovely

Tasked to rejuvenate Congress after its worst ever drubbing in assembly polls, new DPCC chief Arvinder Singh Lovely vowed to bring all factions together.

Delhi, Chhattisgarh get new PCC chiefs; Congress gets into revamp mode

Congress appointed Arvinder Singh Lovely and Bhupesh Baghel as PCC chiefs of Delhi and Chhattisgarh signalling party`s intent to bring changes in state units after its loss in assembly elections.

AAP could form govt in Delhi; all options on table: Kumar Vishwas

In an interesting turn of events, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Friday indicated that it could form the government in Delhi even though it doesn’t have the required numbers.

Losing good for Congress, party should revamp itself: Mani Shankar Aiyar

Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Tuesday caused a flutter saying a spell in opposition would do the party good.

Congress leaders admit defeat but keen to shield Rahul Gandhi

Congress leaders admitted to defeat but were keen to shield their leader Rahul Gandhi against any criticism. The AAP breakthrough came in as a “big surprise” to them.

BJP leaders credit Narendra Modi for victory in state polls

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders participating in election coverage @ZeeNews were unanimous in crediting party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for performance in assembly polls.

Assembly results reflect anti-Cong mood: Venkaiah

Results of Assembly polls in four states reflect anti-Congress mood prevailing in the country and the stage is set for Congress party`s ouster at the Centre, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said on Sunday.

We will learn from AAP, transform ourselves: Rahul

After the Congress was served massive defeats in the Assembly elections, vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday concluded the results as a message of change from the people of the country.

Modi factor always there, big win for BJP: Sukhbir on polls

Rejoicing its ally BJP`s good showing in three of the four state assemblies, Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal today said that it will be tidal wave in favour of BJP in 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Folk dancers join BJP celebrations

Folk dancers from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh gave a colourful touch Sunday to victory celebrations in and outside the BJP headquarters here.

AAP`s rise, a matter of concern for both BJP, Cong: Rudy

BJP General Secretary Rajiv Pratap Rudy said his party could have done even better if it had taken certain timely steps.

Don`t blame Rahul Gandhi for Cong reverses: Jayanthi Natarajan

Do not blame Rahul Gandhi for the Congress reverses in the Assembly polls, Union Minister Jayanthi Natarajan suggested today maintaining that it was a "collective failure" and the party will introspect.

Assembly Elections 2013: Exit poll predictions correct this time

The Aam Admi Party (AAP) has made a stunning debut as predicted in Delhi, while the Congress was completely routed.

Narendra Modi lauds Vasundhara Raje, Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Chouhan is all set to become the chief minister for a third term.

Assembly Elections 2013 Results: ‘Congress disappointed’

The Congress admitted Sunday that it was disappointed with the assembly results from four states where it appeared to be headed for defeat.

BJP celebrates in Rajasthan

Bharatiya Janata Party activists burst firecrackers, beat drums and danced outside the party`s state headquarters in the Rajasthan capital.

Omar Abdullah glued to TV for election results with `morbid curiosity`

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Sunday he was glued to his TV, watching in "morbid curiosity" the trends emerging as counting of the votes cast in the assembly elections got underway.

Delhi Assembly Elections: Over 53% turn-out during re-polling at one booth

Delhi Assembly Elections: Over 53 per cent voter turn-out was recorded at one polling booth in Jangpura constituency here, where re-polling was held on Saturday.

Democracy must go beyond elections: Kapil Sibal

Stating that the people have not really understood the true meaning of democracy, Union Law Minister Kapil Sibal has said democracy needs to go beyond the electoral process.

Arrangements made for vote count in Chhattisgarh

All security arrangements have been made for smooth conduct of counting of votes on Sunday in Chhattisgarh, which went to polls last month.

Congress, BJP spar on issue of winning polls

In a fresh jibe, BJP on Thursday said that defeat was staring at Congress ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, a contention which the ruling party dismissed saying it will form the next coalition government even if it loses seats.

Assembly Elections 2013: Congress demoralised at prospect of losing polls, says BJP

BJP said the Congress is demoralised at the prospect of losing the Assembly elections and may fail to respond to this crisis as it continues to be dependent on one dynasty for its survival.

EC to keep watch on 630 critical booths through webcasting

In a first, the Delhi Chief Electoral Office will keep a "live watch" on 630 critical booths through web-casting to deter people from indulging in any nuisance on the polling day.

Assembly elections semi-final before LS polls: Bahuguna

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna on Friday said that assembly polls in five states would be a referendum ahead of next year`s Lok Sabha polls.

Social Media alien to many candidates in Delhi

Contrary to the claims of it being a political game changer, social media is yet to be fully embraced by politicians slugging it out for top honors in upcoming Delhi polls. The new kid on the block Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is no exception.

Shun activities that sabotage polls: EC tells parties

The Election Commission Monday appealed to all political parties contesting the Delhi Assembly elections to refrain from activities that sabotage the tranquillity of the poll campaign.

EC combative on `cooling off` clause for bureaucrats in polls

Election Commission has come out strongly against government`s rejection of its long pending proposal for cooling off period for bureaucrats joining any political party.

BJP to come back in Rajasthan: Survey

The BJP is likely to make a comeback in Rajasthan by winning 105 of the total 200 seats, said a survey on Thursday.

PM to address poll rally in Jaipur, security beefed up

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will address an election rally at Ramlila Maidan here on Thursday.

Modi lacks coordination, needs history lessons: Khurshid

Taking a jibe at BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Tuesday said he lacks proper coordination between his thoughts and statements and needs to take proper lessons in history before addressing rallies.