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Biju Janata Dal president Naveen Patnaik greets Governor S.C. Jamir while staking claim to form the next government in Odisha, on Monday.
PTI Biju Janata Dal president Naveen Patnaik greets Governor S.C. Jamir while staking claim to form the next government in Odisha, on Monday.

Naveen to take oath as Odisha chief minister on Wednesday

Odisha Raj Bhavan is all set to conduct the swearing-in ceremony of the new council of ministers under the leadership of Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday, a Governor’s Secretariat release said.“... »
A group of JD(U) legislators demonstrate against the resignation of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at the latter's residence in Patna on Saturday. Photo: Ranjeet Kumar

Nitish quits as dissent brews in JD(U)

RJD could be part of new government: Sharad Yadav »
Trinamool Congress chief and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with the 34 elected MPs from her party from the State, in Kolkata on Saturday. Photo: Sushanta Patronobish

TMC will play big role in Lok Sabha: Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday asserted that Trinamool Congress’ 34-seat tally in the State was a massive triumph and said her party will play a big role in the 16th Lok Sa... »
File picture of Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Gogoi to submit resignation within a week

Owning responsibility for the party's poor showing in the Lok Sabha polls in the State, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Saturday said that he would tender his resignation within a week. »
Defying the Modi wave, the Biju Janata Dal headed by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is all set to sweep both Lok Sabha and Assembly polls in Odisha. File photo

Naveen defies Modi wave to sweep Assembly, LS polls in Odisha

BJD is on its way to significantly improve its performance in simultaneous polls in comparison to the 2009 elections. »
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In the 16th Lok Sabha Election 2014, West Bengal has witnessed some interesting trends. Apart from the debacle of the Left and the ascendance of the Trinamool Congress (AITC), the other somewhat s... »