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Congress has sufficient numbers that are required to form the government. We have the sufficient numbers that are needed to form the government and we will stake the claim today," said Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee President Yashpal Arya. "
Khanduri asked to continue till the next Chief Minister is sworn in Wednesday witnessed hectic in-house consultations between the Uttarakhand leaders and top national leaderships of the Opposition Congress and ruling Bharatiya Janata Party camps...
BJP on Wednesday did not rule out its possibility of forming the government in Uttarakhand where it has got 31 seats, one less than the Congress, and five short of a majority in the 70-member Assembly. Senior leaders Rajnath Singh and Ananth Kumar,
The BJP national leaders were expected to reach the state capital here by tomorrow and hold discussions with legislators. According to state party spokesperson Jyoti Rautela BJP had gained immensely under Khanduri's leadership and his defeat in
The Bahujan Samaj Party was leading in 7 seats while the others were gaining in five seats. There was minor ruckus by BJP and Congress workers as one of the EVMs was reported faulty in the Dharampur seat of Dehradun district...The counting was
Counting of votes for Uttarakhand assembly elections will be held on March 6 amid tight security. The results of an election are being declared after a gap of more than one month. All arrangements of the counting of votes have been completed and the
Union Minister Harish Rawat today claimed that " Rahul magic" has worked wonders for Congress especially in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh and will yield positive results in Parliamentary elections in 2014. " Rahul magic has worked wonder for the
In Uttarakhand , where the campaigning is reaching a fever pitch for the January 30 Assembly elections , several politicians are facing the tag of "outsider" due to the change in their constituencies post delimitation. BJP leader and Chief Minister B
Articles Discontent among important leaders is set to undermine the prospects of both the BJP and the Congress in the Uttarakhand Assembly polls. The two rival parties have to contend with open revolts, following the distribution of tickets. The
Tiwari accompanied his nephew Manish Tiwari, who filed his nomination papers for the seat in Udhamsingh Nagar district. The former Uttarakhand chief minister was said to be instrumental in getting a Congress ticket for Manish despite opposition by a