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Punjab Election 2017 Results: Congress Leading in Initial Trends; AAP & Badal-BJP fighting for 2nd place

At the time of writing this news, trends from 105 constituencies were available of which Congress was leading on 55 seats, while SAD (Badal)-BJP was leading on 26 seats (SAD Badal 21, BJP 5).

Complete List of Winners and Losing Candidates in Punjab Assembly Elections 2017

Polling for Punjab State Assembly elections were held on February 04, 2017. The counting of votes is being carried out on March 11, 2017.

Punjab Election Results 2017: Counting of Votes Punjab [Live Trends & Results]

Counting of votes for state assembly elections elections began this morning. Catch up live trends and results for Punjab Assembly Elections 2017 with Sikh Siyasat News today.

Counting of Votes For Punjab, UP, Goa, Manipur & Uttrakhand Today; Results expected by Evening

Counting of votes for state assembly elections held in five regions of the subcontinent namely- Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa will begin today at around 8 am.

Counting Of Votes For Punjab Assembly Election 2017 To Begin Tomorrow (11th March) Morning

With only few hours remaining the counting for the vote for Punjab state assembly election, 2017 that were contested on over 117 seats shall begin on 11th Mar

Punjab Assembly Elections 2017 Exit Poll Results: cVoter Predicts AAP; India Today-Axis predicts Congress

SAD (Badal)-BJP alliance in Punjab is facing a crushing defeat, two exit polls predicted on Thursday but were divided on whether the Congress or the Aam Aadmi Party would form the next government.

Capt Amarinder projects 65 (+/-) seats for Congress in Punjab polls

Exuding optimism of his party sweeping the Punjab assembly polls with around 65 seats, Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday claimed there had been a clear swing in favour of the Congress in the last 48 hours before poll.

AAP urges ECI to Restrict Activities within Voting Machines Storage Compunds

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday (Feb. 14) appealed to Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Punjab to completely restrict any sort of activity within the compound where Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are stored in the state.

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