Election result highlights: List of key winners and losers

In a
historic win, Narendra Modi led-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) managed to bag
over 272 Lok Sabha seats on its own. Its alliance – National Democratic
Alliance (NDA) breached the 300 mark. On the other hand, election 2014 has been
worst ever performance of the Congress party.

Narendra Modi declared as the winner from Vadodara. He has also the won in Varanasi by 50,319 votes defeating AAP’s Kejriwal.
Lok Sabha
elections 2014 witnessed the highest-ever turnout with 66.38 percent of an
estimated 814 million voters exercising their franchise.


Outgoing
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh congratulated Narendra Modi over BJP’s victory in
elections. Manmohan Singh will tender resignation tomorrow at 12.30 pm.
Ten-year
tenure of UPA-II will formally end tomorrow. “India has won, good days are
coming”, Narendra Modi tweeted after the thumping Lok Sabha win.

Both
Sensex and Nifty opened at record highs. Within the first one hour of trade,
the Sensex crossed the 25,000 mark and the Nifty breached 7,500 levels. As many
as 220 stocks hit one-year highs on the BSE. Stocks of three listed firms of the
Gujarat-based Adani Group soared as much as 17 percent in early trade.


The Sensex
closed at 24121.74, up 216.14 points over its previous close and the Nifty
settled at 7203, up 79.85 points after making a new peak of 7563.50 intra-day.
Following
this majority win for BJP, Swiss brokerage firm UBS Securities upped it Nifty
target to 8,000 points mark for end-2014. Deutche Bank has also revised its
year-end 2014 Sensex target to 28,000.
Rupee hit
a fresh 10-month high, rising 41 paise to 58.88 against dollar.

As votes
are being counted today in the biggest elections that the world has ever seen,
there have been surprise winners and losers. Here is a list of prominent
candidates who lost or won.


List of Winners:
1.    Narendra Modi – Vadodara and Varanasi 
2.    Sonia Gandhi – Rae Bareli 
3.    Sakshi Maharaj – Unnao 
4.    Varun Gandhi – Sultanpur 
5.    BS Yeddyurappa – Shimoga 
6.    Mulayam Singh Yadav – Mainpuri 
7.    Harshvardhan – Chandni Chowk 
8.    Kirron Kher – Chandigarh 
9.    Bhagwant Mann – Sangrur 
10.  Sushma Swaraj – Vidisha 
11.  VK Singh – Ghaziabad 
12.  Nitin Gadkari – Nagpur 
13.  Paresh Rawal – Ahmedabad-East 
14.  Dinesh Trivedi – Barrackpur 
15.  Sumitra Mahajan – Indore 
16.  Prahlad Patel – Damoh
17.  Manohar Singh Utwal – Dewas 
18.  Meenakshi Lekhi – New Delhi 
19.  KV Thomas – Ernakulam 
20.  Asrarul Haque – Kisdhanganj 
21.  Arjunlal Meena – Udaipur 
22.  Kamal Nath – Chhindwara 
23.  LK Advani – Gandhinagar 
24.  Lalubhai Babubhai Patel – Daman and
Diu 
25.  Uma Bharti – Jhansi 
26.  Manoj Tiwari – Northeast Delhi 
27.  PP Mohammed Faisal – Lakshadweep 
28.  Shashi Tharoor – Thiravananthapuram 
29.  E Ahamed – Malappuram 
30.  Kodikunnil Suresh – Mavelikkara 
31.  KC Venugopal – Alappuzha 
32.  Narendra Keshav Sawaikar – South Goa 
33.  P Karunakaran – Kasargode 
34.  Tapas Pal – Krishnagar 
35.  Rajyavardhan Rathore – Jaipur Rural 
36.  Dushyant Singh – Jhalwada 
37.  Nalin Kumar Kateel – Dakshina Kannada 
38.  Anantkumar Hegde – Uttara Kannada 
39.  Ganesh Singh – Jabalpur 
40.  Nihal Chand – Ganganagar 
41.  A Sampath – Attingal
42.  Anto Antony – Pathanamthitta
43.  Ratna Dey Nag – Hooghly 
44.  Satabdi Roy – Birbhum 
45.  MI Shanawas – Wayanad 
46.  Jose K Mani – Kottayam 
47.  B Sreeramulu – Bellary 
48.  Sugata Bose – Jadavpore 
49.  Sunil Mondal – Bardhaman Purba 
50.  Ananth Kumar – Bangalore South 
51.  Jitendra Singh – Udhampur 
52.  Mehbooba Mufti – Anantnag 
53.  Shatrughan Sinha – Patna Sahib 
54.  Bishnu Pada Ray – Andaman and Nicobar 
55.  Bhagat Singh Koshiyari – Nainital 
56.  Mallikarjuna Kharge – Gulbarga 
57.  Mahesh Giri – East Delhi 
58.  Subhash Baheria – Bhilwara 
59.  CL Ruala – Mizoram 
60.  Vitthal Radadia – Porbandar 
61.  Shanta Kumar – Kangra 
62.  Virender Kashyap – Shimla 
63.  Udit Raj – North West Delhi 
64.  Ramesh Bidhuri – South Delhi 
65.  Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury – Baharampur 
66.  Savitri Thakur – Dhar 
67.  Harsimrat Kaur – Bathinda 
68.  Vinod Khanna – Gurdaspur 
69.  Sanjay Kaka Patil – Sangli 
70.  Charanjeet Singh Rori – Sirsa 
71.  Jadhav Prataprao Ganpatrao – Buldhana 
72.  Adsul Anandrao Vithoba – Amravati 
73.  Adsul Anandrao Vithoba – Amravati 
74.  Harinder Singh Khalsa – Fatehgarh
Sahib 
75.  Devji Patel – Jalore 
76.  Deepender Singh Hooda – Rohtak 
77.  K Gopal – Nagapattinam 
78.  Supriya Sule – Baramati 
79.  Abhishek Banerjee – Diamond Harbour 
80.  Natubhai Gomanbhai Patel – Dadar &
Nagar Haveli 
81.  Hema Malini – Mathura 

List of Losers:
1.    Arvind Kejriwal/ Ajay
Rai – Varanasi 
2.    Ajit Singh – Baghpat 
3.    Anu Tandon – Unnao 
4.    Kapil Sibal/Ashutosh
– Chandni Chowk 
5.    Gul Panag/Pawan
Bansal – Chandigarh 
6.    Shazia Ilmi/ Raj
Babbar – Ghaziabad 
7.    Bharatsinh Solanki –
Anand 
8.    Rahul Kashwan – Churu 
9.    Sachin Pilot – Ajmer 
10.  Girija Vyas –
Chittorgarh 
11.  Sushilkumar Shinde –
Solapur 
12.  Meira Kumar – Sasaram 
13.  PC Chacko –
Chalakkudi 
14.  Hamdulla Sayeed –
Lakshadweep 
15.  Nandan Nilekani –
Bangalore South 
16.  MA Baby – Kollam 
17.  Ghulam Nabi Azad –
Udhampur 
18.  Pratibha Singh –
Mandi 
19.  Yogendra Yadav –
Gurgaon 
20.  Changan Bhujbal –
Nashik 
21.  Salman Khurshid –
Farrukhabad 
22.  Sanjay Nirupam –
Mumbai North 
23.  Deepa Dasmunshi –
Raiganj 
24.  Prakash Jha – West
Champaran 
25.  A Raja – Nilgiris 
26.  Sunil Jakhar –
Ferozepur 
27.  Madan Lal Sharma –
Jammu 
28.  Milind Deora – Mumbai
South 
29.  Misa Yadav –
Patliputra 
30.  Rabri Devi – Saran 
31.  Girija Vyas –
Chittorgarh 
32.  Kuverji Bavalia –
Rajkot 
33.  Neeraj Shekhar –
Ballia 
34.  Murli Manohar Joshi –
Kanpur 
35.  Farooq Abdullah –
Srinagar 
36.  Naveen Jindal –
Kurukshetra 
37.  Beni Prasad Verma –
Gonda 
38.  K Sudhakaran – Kannur 
39.  Meenakshi Natarajan –
Mandsour 
40.  Ajay Maken – New
Delhi 
41.  V Kishore Chandra Deo
– Aruku 
42.  Sharief-ud-din Shariq
– Baramulla 
43.  Bappi Lahiri –
Srerampur