At least 18 others were injured in the clashes that broke out on Saturday.
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Three BJP workers have been killed in clashes.
Markets have been jubilant over hopes that the prime minister will pursue business-friendly policies.
The Hindu said on Sunday that Mohammed Barkat was told to remove his cap and chant Jai Shri Ram.
Thousands of supporters of the Trinamool Congress party and the BJP throw rocks and attack each other with sticks.
PM Imran expresses desire for Pakistan and India to work together for betterment of their people.
Modi says India’s minorities have been used and abused by politicians, it is time to win their trust.
The party president offers to resign following a chastening poll defeat but his gesture is rejected.
A considerable to-do list includes addressing India's lacklustre economic growth and reducing unemployment.
Modi made big promises during the campaign for the weeks-long vote.
BJP has grabbed 303 seats out of 543, while Congress managed to win a mere 52.
Official data from the Election Commission shows Modi's BJP has won 296 of the 542 seats up for grabs.
Rahul loses Amethi, congratulates BJP on its victory.
The drubbing was so bad that Gandhi himself lost the traditional family seat in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
Pragya Thakur is accused of being involved in a terrorist attack against Muslims.
Modi responds, thanks PM Imran and says "I have always given primacy to peace and development in our region."
As BJP retains lead in vote count, Indian premier advises analysts to "change their 20th century mindset".
The benchmark BSE index, which reached an all-time high of 40,124.96, ended 0.76pc lower for the day at 38,811.
BSE Sensex index has risen by its biggest amount after exit polls showed that Modi-led party will retain power in India.
Polls projected Modi and his allies would return to power with 282-313 seats out of 543 in parliament.