Narendra Modi to take oath as Prime Minister for third consecutive term on June 9
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Modi himself made the announcement in this regard after he came out of his meeting with President Droupadi Murmu at the Rashtrapati Bhawan.
Soundararajan Echoes AIADMK Leader's Forecast of Alliance Success: Potential for 35 Seats
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Soundararajan said, "the statement of S.P. Velumani was correct, and an alliance of AIADMK and BJP would have led to 35 seats".
Radical Candidates, Including Imprisoned Sikh Leader and Assassin's Son, Score Major Wins in Punjab
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In his inaugural electoral campaign, Sikh radical Amritpal Singh, leader of 'Waris Punjab De' and currently detained under the National Security Act, triumphed in the Khadoor Sahib constituency. He won with a comfortable margin of 197,120 votes against his nearest rival, Congress nominee Kulbir Singh Zira.
Congress Makes Gains in Northeast with 7 Seats; BJP Loses Ground, Secures 13
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In a significant departure, the grand old party won two seats in Manipur, in addition to one seat each in Nagaland and Meghalaya, thus winning three seats in Assam. This is in contrast to the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, in which the BJP won nine seats in Assam and lost two in Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh while ruling in these states and Manipur.
Jana Sena Triumphs: Pawan Kalyan Secures Victory After Years of Struggle
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Securing victory in the Pithapuram constituency within the Kakinada district, he defeated seasoned politician Vanga Geetha from the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) with a significant margin of 70,279 votes. Pawan Kalyan garnered 1,34,394 votes while Vanga Geetha, a former MP from Kakinada, managed 64,115 votes.
Bihar Election Results: NDA Secures 30 Lok Sabha Seats, INDIA Bloc Claims 9
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Of the NDA's 30 seats, BJP and JD-U won 12 seats each, the Chirag Paswan-led LJP-Ram Vilas (LJPRV) five, and Jitan Ram Manjhi's Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) coalition partner one. On the other hand, RJD was able to secure four seats for the INDIA bloc, Congress three, and CPI-ML two. Pappu Yadav, who contested as an Independent, emerged victorious in one seat.
World leaders Congratulate PM Modi for his third consecutive victory in parliamentary elections
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The Bharatiya Janata Party secured 240 out of the 543 Lok Sabha seats, while the Congress secured 99 seats, according to the results released by the Election Commission of India for all constituencies.  
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