General Elections 2014 : RESULTS thread

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Postby Gus » 16 May 2014 23:25

pandyan wrote:Admk has a single leader and no backup. That is the weakness


that is the problem with the indian political system. inheritance is the only model that is working for all parties.

bjp seem to be the only exception where cadre can work to mid level and hope to the top from there.

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Postby krisna » 16 May 2014 23:28

Image

whoa who have we here.

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Postby brat » 16 May 2014 23:30

nageshks wrote:
brat wrote:this thread got to 72 in a day :shock:


Why not, saar? Congress is getting its 72 today, no?


:rotfl: :rotfl:

Rooting for cong Mukth Bharath, lot more anti jinx needed for that one.

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Postby Rohit_K » 16 May 2014 23:32

krisna wrote:https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bnxj0r1IcAA_JkA.jpg

whoa who have we here.


Fake/PS'd. KRK said that, not SRK.

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Postby vipins » 16 May 2014 23:33

krisna wrote:Image

whoa who have we here.

PSed..It was KRK not SRK.

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Postby JohnTitor » 16 May 2014 23:34

Rahul M wrote:
sum wrote:^^ I guess this should end all doubts on EVM manipulation etc?

the next person who talk of EVM magic on BRF is going to get a life-ban. :twisted:

It may be that there is no wholesale EVM magic. However, I still have this feeling that there is a low-level rigging. Perhaps that how RG won? Not easy to prove or disprove!

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Postby ShyamSP » 16 May 2014 23:35

bhavani wrote:Is Congress winning the Vizianagaram seat in Seemandhra? I thought they did not win anything. Ibnlive is now showing that Botsa jhansi is winning. whereas http://eciresults.nic.in/ is showing that TDp won in Viziangaram


From ECI site:


Vijayawada 29 KESINENI SRINIVAS Telugu Desam KONERU RAJENDRA PRASAD Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 74560 Counting In Progress
Visakhapatnam 21 KAMBHAMPATI HARI BABU Bharatiya Janata Party Y.S VIJAYAMMA Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 86972 Counting In Progress
Vizianagaram 20 ASHOK GAJAPATHI RAJU PUSAPATI Telugu Desam VENKATA SWETHA CHALAPATHI KUMARA KRISHNA RANGARAO RAVU Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 106911 Counting In Progress

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Postby Rahul M » 16 May 2014 23:37

Singha wrote:assam has delivered its message.
its upto all shubh chintak indics in west bengal to kick out that BD pasand Didi in next assembly elections.

last time I was in assam, on one hand cong had huge billboards with the clown prince's mug while bjp had crudely done wall graffitti like "join bjp save assam". agp lower and middle rung has moved on to bjp in a big way.
it was clear which one was the true people's movement and which one propped up with money power.

shonu, rigging is not same as EVM magic. I am not saying we shouldn't be vigilant but wasting 100's of pages on the topic is not worth it.

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Postby vipins » 16 May 2014 23:39

BJP crosses 272 officially!

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Postby vishvak » 16 May 2014 23:42

Abhinandan! :)

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Postby chaanakya » 16 May 2014 23:43

Bharatiya Janata Party: 274/ 8/ 282

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Postby SandeepA » 16 May 2014 23:43

MAJORITY!!!

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Postby VikramS » 16 May 2014 23:46

Rahul M wrote:
sum wrote:^^ I guess this should end all doubts on EVM manipulation etc?

the next person who talk of EVM magic on BRF is going to get a life-ban. :twisted:

With paper trails being made mandatory, hopefully the trust in the system will go up.

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Postby Nandu » 16 May 2014 23:50

Delicious whine from Panka Mishra. Just count each word as a drop of tear and enjoy. Don't try to read it.
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/m ... kaj-mishra

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Postby harbans » 16 May 2014 23:53

krisna wrote:Image

saved and distributed across SM :rotfl: :rotfl:


My reply to Sanjay Jha:


Image

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Postby Satya_anveshi » 17 May 2014 00:08

Jairam Ramesh - I am not sure what Congress will do to him or he does to himself. What an ignominy he faced as a "master strategist" for congis. So many INC mofossils should really reflect on whether they should continue with the same identity they developed all along or do a renunciation of everything and sit by the local masjid as bhkharis for the rest of their lives.

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Postby krisna » 17 May 2014 00:11

Image

all those who said will leave India.
actually Deve Gowda said he will leave karnataka-- NaMo took it to his heart and said - he is welcome to Gujarat-> will look after him in oldage as any parent would in all seriousness.
Lallu said he will chnage his name-- unfortunaelty his entire family lost face hence not needed. Mighty jhapad by Indian voters.
KRK quotes SRK as saying the same
KRK ‏@kamaalrkhan

So I am leaving India forever as I promised. I don't know if SRK n others will keep their promise but I will keep.

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Postby JohnTitor » 17 May 2014 00:14

^^

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Postby svenkat » 17 May 2014 00:16

Jairam Ramesh is a 'sophisticated' version of the mofo mani shankar.Why are they not coming to studios?What fun it would be.JR,MS cannot do anything else except sing bhajans about Raga.

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Postby nachiket » 17 May 2014 00:17

MSA should be thanked by all of us for his Chaiwallah comment. That was the 2014 version of "Maut ka Saudagar".

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Postby harbans » 17 May 2014 00:20

^Naresh Agarwal of SP started the ball rolling with the Chaiwala comment. MSA followed. Namo really milked that with style at numerous rallies..

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Postby chetak » 17 May 2014 00:22

krisna wrote:Image

whoa who have we here.


it may be a naqli account. the creep would not be able to survive anywhere else in the world.

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Postby chetak » 17 May 2014 00:26

harbans wrote:
krisna wrote:Image

saved and distributed across SM :rotfl: :rotfl:


My reply to Sanjay Jha:


Image



harbans ji, you called it right!! :D

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Postby vivek.rao » 17 May 2014 00:26

I tweeted Modi "I only sold tea not the nation" and he used it next day :D

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Postby SaiK » 17 May 2014 01:11

Om baba invites Modi to the khanlands.. automagic vijja!

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Postby Jarita » 17 May 2014 01:13

panduranghari wrote:
abhijitm wrote:Next few immediate important things to do

1) Win maharashtra. Send Amit Shah to manage and win the upcoming election
2) defeat that haramkhor nikku
3) replace congi planted governors
4) win Dilli

please add what you wish


Move dilli. A new planned capital city for 2019.



No - Dilli is the right capital for real India

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Postby Jarita » 17 May 2014 01:14

sum wrote:^^ NDTV ke bure din aanewaale hain! Thats what it seems from what Amit Shah is saying



A vendetta would be petty and wrong. Voices must not be stifled in the country however contrary

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Postby RamaY » 17 May 2014 01:16

Does anyone have a link to Amit Shaw talking to Burkha Dutt?

What a coincidence. Went to uNDTV and they were playing it live :mrgreen:
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Postby kapilrdave » 17 May 2014 01:20

SAVDHAN....

SANGH DAKSH...

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PRARTHNA....

नमस्ते सदा वत्सले मातृभूमे
(हे परम वत्सला मातृभूमि! तुझको प्रणाम शत कोटि बार।)

त्वया हिन्दुभूमे सुखं वर्धितोहम् ।
(तूने सब सुख दे मुझको बड़ा किया;)

महामङ्गले पुण्यभूमे त्वदर्थे, पतत्वेष कायो नमस्ते नमस्ते ।।१।।
(हे महा मंगला पुण्यभूमि ! तुझ पर न्योछावर तन हजार।।)


प्रभो शक्तिमन् हिन्दुराष्ट्राङ्गभूता
(हे सर्व शक्तिमय परमेश्वर! हम हिंदुराष्ट्र के सभी घटक,)

इमे सादरं त्वां नमामो वयम्
(तुझको सादर श्रद्धा समेत, कर रहे कोटिशः नमस्कार।।)

त्वदीयाय कार्याय बध्दा कटीयं
(तेरा ही है यह कार्य हम सभी, जिस निमित्त कटिबद्ध हुए;)

शुभामाशिषं देहि तत्पूर्तये ।
(वह पूर्ण हो सके ऐसा दे, हम सबको शुभ आशीर्वाद।)

अजय्यां च विश्वस्य देहीश शक्तिं
(ऐसी अजेय दे शक्ति कि जिससे, हम समर्थ हों सब प्रकार।।)

सुशीलं जगद्येन नम्रं भवेत्
(दे ऐसा उत्तम शील कि जिसके, सम्मुख हो यह जग विनम्र;)

श्रुतं चैव यत्कण्टकाकीर्ण मार्गं
(दे ज्ञान जो कि कर सके सुगम)

स्वयं स्वीकृतं नः सुगं कारयेत्
(स्वीकृत कन्टक पथ दुर्निवार।)

समुत्कर्षनिःश्रेयस्यैकमुग्रं
परं साधनं नाम वीरव्रतम्

तदन्तः स्फुरत्वक्षया ध्येयनिष्ठा
हृदन्तः प्रजागर्तु तीव्रानिशम् ।

विजेत्री च नः संहता कार्यशक्तिर्
विधायास्य धर्मस्य संरक्षणम् ।

परं वैभवं नेतुमेतत् स्वराष्ट्रं
समर्था भवत्वाशिषा ते भृशम् ।।३

भारत माता की जय ।।

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Postby ShyamSP » 17 May 2014 01:21

SaiK wrote:Om baba invites Modi to the khanlands.. automagic vijja!


Modi is excited and rolled up lungi/dhoti/kakhi-short to catch next flight. :lol:
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Postby vivek.rao » 17 May 2014 01:21

I think the days of caste coalitions in UP,Bihar,RJ,GJ,HP,CGH,JKH,MP are over

Maya/Laloo/Mulyam kind of people are going to die. What is your vision og Governance?

We have to take it to east,NE and even J&K, South too.

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Postby jamwal » 17 May 2014 01:23

ShyamSP wrote:
SaiK wrote:Om baba invites Modi to the khanlands.. automagic vijja!


Modi is excited and rolled up lungi/dhoti/kakhi-short to catch next flight. :lol:



Adani's private jet actually. :P

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Postby yvijay » 17 May 2014 01:25

vivek.rao wrote:I think the days of caste coalitions in UP,Bihar,RJ,GJ,HP,CGH,JKH,MP are over

Maya/Laloo/Mulyam kind of people are going to die. What is your vision og Governance?

We have to take it to east,NE and even J&K, South too.

We still don't know. We'll have to see whether this can be repeated in assembly elections.

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Postby SaiK » 17 May 2014 01:26

he can do a humble personal sendoff to d4 at I-95-motel.com and return back.

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Postby James B » 17 May 2014 01:26

I feel that Mayawati or Mulayam will form an alliance with Congress in UP assembly elections.

BJP-Shiv Sena should be wary of MNS in MH elections. It will not be same ball game.

BJP should also be wary of Bihar assembly elections. People still support Nitish at state level. BJP should make some fast moves like announcing a financial package, infrastructure projects etc & claim the credit and then go for elections. Also turn off the money tap to JD (U) & RJD.

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Postby SaiK » 17 May 2014 01:27

+1

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Postby vivek.rao » 17 May 2014 01:28

Another thing

Not only our media is so crony and scummy, their basic level of IQ is so low.

The idiots create unnecessary controversies, debate useless topic for days and have low level of nationalism in their blood.

Examples:

1. Is Modi OBC?
2. Priyanka sarees,color and Indira's resemblance
3. Modi's wife
4. Daugther comment

what kind of nonsense they feed people with? Even it takes a second for them to watch and confirm what was said, these dumbos don't do that.

What a trash we have!

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Postby anishns » 17 May 2014 01:30

All these strategic experts now coming out of the wood works!!!
How the tables have turned.....but, even then the white man's burden is very apparent

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-27303557

Narendra Modi hails a "landmark" victory for his BJP party. Experts on US-India relations now predict big changes for how the two nations will get along.

Mr Modi has been a controversial figure in India and the US. Critics say he did little to stop the 2002 riots in Gujarat, in which at least 1,000 people died. He has denied these allegations, and he was never charged with wrongdoing.

The US denied him visas, however, and he became an international pariah.

As prime minister, he will be working closely with US officials. Here experts look at the implications of his election for the relationship between the US and India.
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Doing business with Mr Modi
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Lisa Curtis, Heritage Foundation

New Delhi and Washington share strategic objectives”

Lisa Curtis

The Obama administration must send a clear signal that it is ready to do business with Mr Modi and that it will not give him the cold shoulder over the issue of the Gujarat riots.

Mr Modi stayed away from communal politics and focused instead on the economy and good governance during the election campaign. Moreover, the sheer scale of the BJP win gives him a strong mandate.

New Delhi and Washington share strategic objectives, whether it involves fighting terrorism, maintaining open seaways or hedging against China's rise. Specifically, the BJP's interest in adopting a more assertive hedging strategy regarding China will give US officials a chance to engage closely with them.

A more assertive Indian foreign policy could pose challenges to the US, however.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's commitment to maintaining peaceful ties with Islamabad, despite attacks in India over the last several years that were often traced back to Pakistan-based groups, has kept bilateral ties in check. There are indications a BJP-led government would be less patient with Pakistan.

-Lisa Curtis, Heritage Foundation
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A new relationship with India
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Shamila Chaudhary

The Indian elections offer the US a chance for a fresh start”

Shamila Chaudhary

The Obama administration has no choice but to engage Mr Modi as the democratically elected leader of India. This kind of decision is not unprecedented. One only has to look next door to Pakistan to understand the ability of the US to support individuals in power despite of their unsavoury pasts.

Indeed the Indian elections offer the US a chance of a fresh start for the stalled India policy of the Obama administration.

US officials have faced significant obstacles with India in the past, ranging from disagreements over issues such as Libya, Crimea and Iran to an overly protectionist economic environment in India that dampened hopes of US businesses.

US officials now have a chance to develop a new relationship with India - and to change the playing field.

-Shamila Chaudhary, Johns Hopkins University
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Overcoming resentment
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Sumit Ganguly, Indiana University

Mr Modi is a pragmatist”

Sumit Ganguly

A range of differences has dogged the two nations. These include the arrest of an Indian diplomat, Devyani Khaobragade, in New York for her failure to pay adequate wages to a maid to issues of intellectual property pertaining to India's pharmaceutical industry.

Even worse, the US ambassador to India resigned in April, and the Obama administration has yet to appoint a replacement. Indeed the relationship seems to have lost much of the steam that it had during Mr Obama's visit to the country in 2010.

In addition any attempt to strengthen ties will need to overcome another hurdle - Mr Modi's resentment about the US decision to deny him a visa in 2005. Still Mr Modi is a pragmatist.

He has made it clear that he is intent on restoring economic growth, providing employment opportunities and providing good governance. If he wishes to remain true to these goals, he will need to find ways to work with the US.

-Sumit Ganguly, Indiana University, Bloomington
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Business relations hold the two nations together
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Richard Rossow

Mr Modi will focus his attention on ramping up economic growth”

Richard Rossow

US officials have avoided Mr Modi for the past decade, but nevertheless business relations have held the US and India together.

He is likely to focus his attention on increasing economic growth. This bodes well for business leaders in India, many of whom have withheld investments in recent years because they felt under attack by the government. Now they are more likely to invest.

Government ties between the US and India are likely to strengthen because of these reasons. In addition Mr Modi's party has historically engaged in a robust foreign policy and the strategic interests of both countries are well-aligned.

With his focus on economic development and their common strategic interests, Mr Modi has a foundation for success in his dealings with US officials.

-Richard Rossow, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Re: General Elections 2014 : RESULTS thread

Postby Rahul M » 17 May 2014 01:30

phew ! I can finally forget GDF and go back to my natural haunt in BRF - mil forum.

thank you narendra modi. :)

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Re: General Elections 2014 : RESULTS thread

Postby arminius » 17 May 2014 01:31

BSP was stripped off non-jatav votes and it came down to null. Her best bet is to ally with BJP.
On side note, just can't wait to read the next issue of outlook and frontline, should be pure delight.


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