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UPA now in govt formation mode

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While the Congress-led UPA is submerged in taking steps toward forming the new government, Bharatiya Janata Party's L K Advani has decided to quit the opposition. However BJP's board is not ready to accept this move, the media reports.

Manmohan Singh is all set to take up the office of Prime Minister for the second time. Expressing gratitude to the electorate of the country, Manmohan Singh says he wants Rahul Gandhi in his Cabinet.

UPA's win has taken the nation by a storm out performing in almost all the states with a heavy lead.

While some of the results have shocked the nations, other have only reassured their expectations. Mamata's victory over Left in West Bengal left the country wide eyed, Varun's win in Pilibhit was expected.

Counting Leads- 540/543

UPA 242

NDA 158

Third 78

Fourth 31

Others 29

11:38 AM 5/16/2009

Counting Leads- 538/543

UPA 241

NDA 158

Third 78

Fourth 33

Others 28

11:32 AM 5/16/2009

Counting Leads- 525/543

UPA 229

NDA 161

Third 75

Fourth 32

Others 28

11:21 AM 5/16/2009

Sriperumbur: T R Baalu trails

Nilgiris: A Raja leads

Bangalore South: Capt Gopinath Trails

Veerappa Moily (Congress) leading in Karnataka

Counting Leads- 523/543

UPA 229

NDA 159

Third 73

Fourth 32

Others 30

11:15 AM 5/16/2009

Murli Manohar Joshi trailing in Varanasi

Mamata (TC) ahead in West Bengal

Cong ally DMK still ahead of AIADMK

Counting leads 516/543

UPA 226

NDA 156

Third 72

Fourth 30

Others 32

11:05 AM 5/16/2009

Chiranjeevi trailing in Palakollu

Cong-led UPA leads proving exit polls right

SP emerging as the single largest party in UP

Congress leading in Rajasthan

Lalu Prasad now leads from Saran

Counting Leads- 509/542

UPA 225

NDA 154

Third 73

Fourth 28

Others 31

10:56 AM 5/16/2009

PM Hamdulla (Congress) wins in Lashadweep

Union Minister E Ahmed wins in Malappuram

AP: YSR set to win

AP: Chiru's PRP leading in Thirupathi

Jayapradha (SP) trailing in Rampur

Sachin Pilot (Congress) leading

Counting Leads-506/543

UPA 223

NDA 154

Third 72

Fourth 26

Others 31

10:50 AM 5/16/2009

H D Kumaraswamy, JDS, Karnataka leads

Sushma Swaraj leads

Rahul Gandhi leads in Amethi

Counting Leads 502/542

UPA 224

NDA 154

Third 69

Fourth 25

Others 30

10:45 AM 5/16/2009

Varun Gandhi continues to lead in Pilibhit

Cong sweeps Delhi

Cong ahead of Maya and Mulayam in UP

Counting leads- 497/543

UPA 223

NDA 154

Third 68

Fourth 24

Others 29

10:38 AM 5/16/2009

Congress leading in Kerala

HD Deve Gowda leads

Milind Deora leading in Mumbai South

Counting Leads 491/543

UPA 222

NDA 150

Third 68

Fourth 24

Others 27

10:33 AM 5/16/2009

AP heads for a hung assembly: Cong 119, TDP 136

K Sudhakaran, Cong wins in Kannur(Kerala)

Counting Leads 485/543

UPA 220

NDA 149

Third 63

Fourth 26

Others 28

10:27 AM 5/16/2009

Alazhi leading in Madhurai

Lead Positions of Parties

Cong+ 182

BJP+ 126

Left+ 28

BSP 47

SP 20

RJD 5

JDS 5

UPA clear advantage, may be returning to power

Navjodh SIngh Siddhu, BJP leads

DMK leads with 26 while AIADMK has 14

LK Advani leads in Gandhinagar

Mani Shankar Aiyer trailing

Counting Leads 470/543

UPA 215

NDA 145

Third 59

Fourth 24

Others 28

Counting Leads 462/543

UPA 214

NDA 136

Third 58

Fourth 24

Others 28

10:11 AM 5/16/2009

Mohammad Azharuddin, Congress leading

Counting leads-448/543

UPA 210

NDA 133

Third 57

Fourht 23

Others 28

10:06 AM 5/16/2009

Mamata Banerjee leading by 7,000 votes

Chidambaram trails in Sivaganga

Counting leads- 429/543

UPA 201

NDA 127

Third 54

Fourth 21

Others 26

10:01 AM 5/16/2009

Cong seems to be leading at this stage

UPA ahead in Maharastra

Counting Leads- 422/543

UPA 194

NDA 126

Third 54

Fourth 19

Others 27

Counting Leads- 416/543

UPA 190

NDA 122

Third 55

Fourth 18

Others 26

Controversial figure of the 26/11 A R Antulay trails from Raigad

Counting Leads- 389/543

UPA 177

NDA 117

Third 53

Fourth 17

Others 25

9:48 AM 5/16/2009

Left heading for worst ever performance in Bengal

Congress-led UDF leads in 16 seats in Kerala

Congress leading 6 seats in Delhi

DMK alliance leading in 24 seats and AIADMK in 16

BJP and Cong neck to neck in Maharastra

Renuka Chowdhury trailing

Counting Leads- 380/543

UPA 174

NDA 114

Third 51

Fourth 17

Others 24

9:43 AM 5/16/2009

Mallikarjun Kharge, S Bangarappa Trail in Karnataka

Lalu Prasad leading by a margin of 400 votes

Counting Leads

UPA 163

NDA 110

Third 43

Fourth 16

Others 19

9:39 AM 5/16/2009

Sonia Gandhi leading in Rae Bareilly

Shashi Tharoor leading in Thiruvanathapuram

UPA 147

NDA 101

Third 43

Fourth 14

Others 16

9:32 AM 5/16/2009

Cong ahead of Left in Kerala

Naveen Jindal ahead in Kurukshetra

Mulayam Singh Yadav leading in Mainpuri

UPA 141

NDA 100

Third 38

Fourth 13

Others 15

9:28 AM 5/16/2009

Varun Gandhi ahead in Pilibhit

UPA ahead of NDA at the moment

UPA 125

NDA 91

Third 32

Fourth 11

Others 10

9:23 AM 5/16/2009

Nitish Kumar leading in Bihar

UPA 81

NDA 68

Third 30

Fourth 06

Others 14

9:12 AM 5/16/2009

Rudy leading over Lalu

9:07 AM

Early trends: BJP leading In Karnataka and Himachal

Tight race between NDA and UPA in Tamil Nadu

In Andhra Pradesh the TDp and TRS alliance going strong

NDA and UPA Neck-to-Neck in Maharasthra

UPA 53

NDA 46

Third 30

Fourth 05

Others 02

9:00 AM 5/16/2009

Congress leads in Patiala, Korba, Chhattisgarh, Kerala in early trends

UPA 32

NDA 27

Third 09

Fourth 02

Others 00

8:46 AM 5/16/2009

First lead from Andhra Pradesh

Deve Gowda leading from Bangalore Rural

First lead for CPM from Kasargod

Jyotiraditya Scindia leading in Guna

UPA 18

NDA 13

Third 6

Others 0

8:40 AM 5/16/2009

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