Newstrack Belgaum

Delhi MCD Exit Poll Results 2022: AAP Set To Get Absolute Majority With 149-171 Wards

Delhi MCD Election Exit Poll Results 2022: The BJP  is expected to remain at the second spot. While the AAP is predicted to win 149-171 wards of the total 250, the BJP might get 61-91 wards, followed by Congress which may get 3-7 wards.

Updated: December 5, 2022 6:35 PM IST

Delhi MCD Election Exit Poll Results 2022: AAP Set to Get Absolute Majority With 149-171 Wards, Predicts India Today-Axis My India

Delhi MCD Election Exit Poll Results: The India Today-Axis My India exit poll announced on Monday has predicted a clear majority for Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the recently concluded MCD Election 2022. The BJP  is expected to remain at the second spot. While the AAP is predicted to win 149-171 wards of the total 250, the BJP might get 61-91 wards, followed by Congress which may get 3-7 wards. In terms of vote share, BJP is expected to get 35 per cent, while Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party may secure 43 per cent share. Apart from this, Congress is likely to get 10 per cent votes. The India Today-Axis My India exit poll also showed that 51 per cent voters from Scheduled Caste (SC), 36 per cent from Upper Caste and 40 per cent from Other Backward Caste vote for the Aam Aadmi Party in December 4 election. For the unversed, voting for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) election took place on December 4, Sunday. While the Aam Aadmi Party is looking to gain greater control over the national capital with the civic body polls, the BJP has put in all efforts to continue its reign. Over 1,300 candidates from different political parties were in the contest for the Civic body polls in Delhi. The AAP and BJP fought on all seats. The Congress, on the other hand, fielded candidates on 247 seats as nominations of three of its candidates were rejected over technical issues. The BJP has been ruling over the municipal bodies of Delhi for the last 15 years. The saffron party in the last MCD election in 2017, got a massive two-thirds majority. This will be the first civic body polls in Delhi after the delimitation of wards. The Centre had sent the final delimitation order in October this year. Earlier, there were a total of 272 wards comprising the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation and East Delhi Municipal Corporation.

Cristiano Ronaldo Looks To Shine Like Kylian Mbappé And Messi At FIFA World Cup 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022,FIFA World Cup 2022 news, FIFA World Cup 2022 updates, FIFA World Cup 2022 fixtures, Cristiano Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo news, Cristiano Ronaldo updates, Cristiano Ronaldo in FIFA World Cup, Ronaldo in FIFA world Cup,Kylian Mbappé news, Kylian Mbappé updates, Kylian Mbappé in World Cup, Kylian Mbappé in Qatar

DOHA, Qatar: Kylian Mbappé is the top scorer. Lionel Messi has been thrilling fans with his goals and dribbles. So what about Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the other superstars at the World Cup? OK, he’s broken a tournament record by becoming the first player to score a goal at five World Cups, but since converting that penalty in Portugal’s opening game, Ronaldo has had a rather quiet time of it. Maybe he’s about to burst into life in the knockout stage — and erase a blemish in his glittering career: None of Ronaldo’s eight World Cup goals have come in the knockout stage. The five-time world player of the year heads into the round of 16 in likely his final World Cup facing Switzerland, which hasn’t advanced beyond this stage since 1954. Don’t be fooled, though: This is the same Switzerland that eliminated France in the last 16 at the European Championship last year and has become one of its continent’s most consistent teams. Portugal might need Ronaldo to start delivering. And the player himself will surely want to put himself back in the spotlight, having seen Messi — his great rival — perform so well for Argentina in its win over Australia in the last 16 and Mbappé — the man who is fast establishing himself as the sport’s new superstar — already rack up five goals for France on its path to the quarterfinals. Still oozing self-confidence at the age of 37, Ronaldo continues to back himself to perform at the highest level, yet his last two performances in the group stage were underwhelming. His only goal so far has come from the penalty spot in Portugal’s opening victory over Ghana. Portugal won its first two group games to advance and little should be read into the loss to South Korea, given coach Fernando Santos rotated heavily — even if Ronaldo started for the third straight game. He’ll be playing for the fourth time in 13 days and that’s quite the workload these days for Ronaldo, whose game time has been managed for the past year and a half at Manchester United. The other Ronaldo subplot is that he is still trying to convince potential suitors he is worth investing in when the World Cup is over, now he is a free agent after leaving United in contentious circumstances. Scoring goals in the World Cup knockout stage would go a long way to securing himself one last big move. Portugal will welcome back its leading players rested against South Korea, like Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva and Ruben Dias. Joao Felix should also return up front to play alongside Ronaldo, whose tally of international goals stands at 118. Santos must decide whether to play Raphael Guerreiro at left back, and return Joao Cancelo to right back, or leave Cancelo in that position to accommodate Diogo Dalot at right back. Portugal hasn’t got past the last 16 since making the semifinals in 2006 — and that was the only time Ronaldo has advanced beyond the quarterfinals. As for Switzerland, the danger man is Breel Embolo, who scored twice in the group stage and four times in his last five games for his country. It is one of two all-European matchups in the last 16 and the winner will play either Spain or Morocco in the quarterfinals.

 England’s Historic Win At Rawalpindi, Win Test In PAK After 17 Years

Needing 263 runs with eight wickets in hand on Day 5, Pakistan was dismissed for 268 against the reverse swing of James Anderson (4-36) and Ollie Robinson (4-50) — losing its last five wickets for just 11 runs after tea. Jack Leach had the last wicket of Naseem Shah, trapped leg before wicket, after England delayed the second new ball for well over an hour with Anderson and Robinson doing the damage with the old ball. Pakistan succumbed to the relentless attacking field settings of England captain Ben Stokes before Robinson and veteran Anderson sliced through the lower order after Pakistan was placed at 257-5 going into the final session. Robinson had earlier ended the nearly four-hour defiance of one of the four Pakistan debutants – Saud Shakeel – in the second session to a brilliant diving catch by Keaton Jennings as the lefthander top-scored with 76. England had posted an electrifying 657 and Pakistan responded with 579 to concede a 78-run lead on a grass-less wicket where seven batters from both sides scored centuries. England made a bold declaration with another rapid 264-7 in just 35.5 overs on Day 4 and set Pakistan a challenging target of 343 in four sessions. England leads its first test series in Pakistan in 17 years 1-0 with Multan and Karachi scheduled to host the remaining two games.


BJP likely to win Gujarat by a landslide; Himachal Pradesh could see hung Assembly

UPDATED: DEC 05 2022, 18:55 IST

As the second phase of polling in Gujarat ends on Monday, exit poll results will be out today evening. Voting in Himachal Pradesh for the Assembly elections were held on November 12, followed by voting in Gujarat on December 1 and December 5, and the MCD Polls in Delhi on December 4. While BJP hopes to retain power in the two states, AAP is expected to give a tough fight to the saffron party in Gujarat. The results for MCD will be declared on December 7, and for the state polls on December 8. Follow DH to get the live updates on today’s exit poll results.

India fined 80% of match fee for slow over-rate in first Bangladesh ODI

Rohit Sharma (R) speaks with teammate Shardul Thakur during the first one-day international (ODI) cricket match between Bangladesh and India. Credit: AFP Photo

India were on Monday penalised for slow over-rate in the first ODI against Bangladesh here, with the players coughing up 80 per cent of their match fee.India lost the opening game of the three-match series by one wicket on Sunday. ICC elite panel match referee Ranjan Madugalle imposed the sanction after India were ruled to be four overs short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration. In accordance with Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to minimum over-rate offences, players are fined 20 per cent of their match fee for every over their side fails to bowl in the allotted time. India captain Rohit Sharma pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the proposed sanction, so there was no need for a formal hearing, the ICC said in a statement.

Singer Lucky Ali claims Bengaluru property encroached upon with help from IAS officer

Madhusudhan Reddy, the brother-in-law of IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri, said the property was bought from Lucky Ali’s brother Mansoor Ali in 2012.

By: Express News Service

Lucky Ali

Singer Lucky Ali has alleged a property he owns in Bengaluru has been “encroached upon illegally” by the land mafia with help from IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri, a charge denied by her. In a series of tweets on Sunday, Ali said it was a “Trust Property” and is “being encroached on illegally by Sudhir Reddy (and Madhu Reddy) from the Bangalore Land Mafia. With the help of his wife who is an IAS Officer by the name of Rohini Sindhuri.” He also urged the Karnataka Director General of Police to “stop this illegal activity”. “They are misusing state resources for their personal gain. They are forcibly & illegally come inside my farm and refusing to show the relevant documents,” he said in one of his tweets. He also said he has filed a complaint with the Assistant Commissioner of Police concerned, but alleged there was no response and he was “getting no help from the local police.” On her part, Sindhuri said the dispute had nothing to do with her and that she would sue the singer for defamation. “Also, there is an injunction against him (over his claim to the property) and his statements are contemptuous,” Sindhuri told The Indian Express. “He is just trying to throw mud at me,” she added.

Delhi riots case: In order discharging ex-JNU student Umar Khalid, court points to similar charges in UAPA case

By: Express News Service

The court discharged Khalid and Saifi Saturday. The two will, however, continue to remain in judicial custody as they are yet to get bail in the UAPA case.

In its detailed order discharging former JNU student Umar Khalid and United Against Hate founder Khalid Saifi in the Northeast Delhi riots case, the Delhi court considered the fact that they were already facing similar allegations in a Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) case as a ground for their discharge. The case was registered based on a statement by a constable who was on duty when a mob gathered in the Chandbagh area on February 24, 2020. When the constable tried to save himself by seeking shelter at a local parking lot, the mob allegedly broke the shutter of the parking lot and assaulted the people inside and also set the vehicles on fire. The court discharged Khalid and Saifi Saturday. The two will, however, continue to remain in judicial custody as they are yet to get bail in the UAPA case. The prosecution had claimed that a building owned by former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councillor Tahir Hussain was used by the rioters for stone pelting purposes. Umar and Saifi were roped into this case allegedly because they were part of the criminal conspiracy, the prosecution had argued.



Related posts

Basavaraj Bommai will continue as CM: Arun Singh


Joe Root-Jonny Bairstow Centuries Propel England to a 7-Wicket Victory Over India; Series Shared


SRK fan in Egypt did booking without advance payment, says woman; tweet viral


Leave a Comment