GK Updates May 18th 2014

Published on Sunday, May 18, 2014
Narendra Modi meets senior Party leaders in New Delhi on Government formation

With preparations for forming government at the Centre gaining momentum following a landslide victory in the just concluded Lok Sabha elections.

TRS President stakes his claim to form govt in Telangana

Telangana Rastra Samithi President K Chandrasekhar Rao called on Andhra Pradesh Governor E S L Narasimhan in Hyderabad this morning.

JDU legislative Party meeting in Patna this evening to elect new leader

In Bihar, after the resignation of chief minister Nitish Kuamr, Janta Dal United MLAs will meet in Patna this evening to choose their leader.

EC to submit list of newly elected MPs to President Today

The Election Commission is to call on President Pranab Mukherjee this evening to submit the list of new Lok Sabha members.The list containing the names of all the 543 members of the Lok Sabha will be handed over to the President by a three-member Election Commission team headed by Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath.

BJP's performance changes political contours of north, west India

The record performance of BJP in the Lok Sabha elections has changed the political contours of the northern and western regions of the country with parties such as Congress and regional players Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party, National Conference, JD (U) and NCP virtually mauled in these states. Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh and Farooq Abdullah's National Conference in Jammu and Kashmir have been literally wiped with the unprecedented saffron surge that has contributed to a great deal in catapulting BJP to power at the Centre.

African leaders vow to wage 'total war' against Boko Haram militants in Nigeria

African leaders Summit in Paris have agreed to wage a war against Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamic militants who had abducted 223 school girls in north-eastern Nigeria last month, where it is based.

Foreign Investors pour in Rs 1-lakh crore since Modi declared BJP PM candidate

Foreign investors have pumped in over one lakh crore rupees in the Indian securities market since Narendra Modi was announced as the prime ministerial candidate by Bhartiya Janta Party in September last year.

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