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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 are supposed to be held in the year 2019 and might start from first week of April. There are 2 main alliances contesting Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - National Democratic Alliance which consists of BJP & Allies and the other one is the Grand Alliance which consists of Congress and all major regional parties. It is for the first time that their is a grand alliance has been formed with all regional parties uniting again BJP to dethrone them in 2019 elections.

 

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Indian General Election 2019 Important Updates

Indian General elections are due to be held in India by 2019 to constitute the seventeenth Lok Sabha.

Important Links
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Lok Sabha Election Schedule Date 2019
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Lok Sabha Election Exit Poll 2019
Lok Sabha Election Result 2019

The Lok Sabha Election Schedule likely to be announced in March first Week. 

 

  1. The 543 elected members of the Lok Sabha will be elected from single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting. The President of India nominates an additional two members.
  2. PM Narendra Modi has asked all BJP MPs to go to their constituencies and talk about govt’s development work, preparing the ground for 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

 

Latest news about Lok Sabha elections 2019 HERE

1. AIADMK Minister says in Poll Alliance, "Anything can happen in politics."

2. New Tamil Nadu Chief Congress Aims for all 39 Lok Sabha Seats in the state.

2. BJP will alone contest in 17 Lok Sabha Seats in Telangana.

 For more updates regarding Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Dates CLICK HERE


Lok Sabha Elections Schedule 2019

Sl No Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Schedule Date
1 Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Notification xx-xx-2019
2 The start date for submission of nominations xx-xx-2019
3 Last date for filing Nominations xx-xx-2019
4 Scrutiny of Nominations xx-xx-2019
5 Withdrawal of Nominations xx-xx-2019
6 Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Date of Polling xx-xx-2019
7 Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Hours of Polling xx to xx
8 Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Counting of Votes xx-xx-2019
9 Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Results
xx-xx-2019

 


Lok Sabha Election 2014 Results

 

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AAP

Others

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145

 

 Lok Saba Election Parliamentary Constituency List 2019

State wise parliament Constituency List
S.no State Capital
1 Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad
2 Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar
3 Assam Dispur
4 Bihar Patna
5 Chhattisgarh Raipur
6 Goa Panaji
7 Gujarat Gandhinagar
8 Haryana Chandigarh
9 Himachal Pradesh Shimla
10 Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar (summer), Jammu (winter)
11 Jharkhand Ranchi
12 Karnataka Bengaluru
13 Kerala Thiruvananthapuram
14 Madhya Pradesh Bhopal
15 Maharashtra Mumbai
16 Manipur Imphal
17 Meghalaya Shillong
18 Mizoram Aizawl
19 Nagaland Kohima
20 Orissa Bhubaneswar
 
21 Punjab Chandigarh
22 Rajasthan Jaipur
23 Sikkim Gangtok
24 Tamil Nadu Chennai
25 Tripura Agartala
26 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow
27 Uttarakhand Dehradun
28 West Bengal Kolkata
S.no Union Territories Capital
1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands Port Blair
2 Chandigarh Chandigarh
3 Dadar and Nagar Haveli Silvassa
4 Daman and Diu Daman
5 Delhi Delhi
6 Lakshadweep Kavaratti
7 Pondicherry Pondicherry

 

 

 

Rajya Sabha Elections 2018: State-Wise Scenario

Rajya Sabha Elections 2018

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Rajya Sabha Elections 2018: State-Wise Scenario 

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  1. In  the biennial elections for the 58 Rajya Sabha seats from sixteen states this year.
  2. 33 candidates from ten states have been unanimously elected, in the remaining six states.
  3. Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Telangana polling will be held on 23 March to elect 25 members for the Upper house.
  4. The ten states where candidates are unanimously elected are Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Odisha and Uttarakhand.
  5. the Six Union ministers including Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar Dharmendra Pradhan, J P Nadda, Purshottam Rupala, Thawar Chand Gehlot and Mansukh Mandavia were declared elected unopposed to the Rajya Sabha, whereas Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is in the contest from Uttar Pradesh. 

 

 Rajya Sabha Election Result 2018            

   

 

Name of Winning Candidate Party State
Narayan Rane BJP Maharashtra
Kumar Ketkar Congress Maharashtra
Prakash Javadekar BJP Maharashtra
V Muralidharan BJP Maharashtra
Anil Desai Shiv Sena Maharashtra
Vandana Chauhan NCP Maharashtra
Saroj Pandey BJP Chhattisgarh
Abir Ranjan Biswas TMC West Bengal
CM Ramesh TDP Andhra Pradesh
Subhasish Chakraborty TMC West Bengal
Abhishek Manu Singhvi Congress West Bengal
Nadimul Haque TMC West Bengal
Santunu Sen TMC West Bengal
B. Prakash TRS Telangana
J. Santosh Kumar TRS Telangana
AB. Lingaiah Yadav TRS Telangana
Anil Jain BJP Uttar Pradesh
Dr L Hanumanthaiah Congress Karnataka
Dr Syed Naseer Hussain Congress Karnataka
G C Chandrasekhar Congress Karnataka
Rajeev Chandrashekar BJP Karnataka
Arun Jaitley BJP Uttar Pradesh
GVL Narasimha Rao BJP Uttar Pradesh
Anil Agarwal BJP Uttar Pradesh
Vijay Pal Tomar BJP Uttar Pradesh
Kanta Kardam BJP Uttar Pradesh
Ashok Bajpai BJP Uttar Pradesh
Harnath Yadav BJP Uttar Pradesh
Sakaldeep Rajbhar BJP Uttar Pradesh

 

                                                                                                                                           

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rajya Sabha Elections 2018: State-Wise            

Sn State Candidates Party
1  Karnataka L Hanumanthaiah Congress
Naseer Hussain 
GC Chandrashekar
 Rajeev Chandrashekar BJP
BM Farook JD(U)
     
2 West Bengal Nadimul Haque (renominated) TMC
Subhasish Chakraborty
 Abir Biswas
Santunu Sen
 Abhishek Manu Singhvi Congress
Rabin Deb CPI(M)
   
3 Uttar Pradesh Arun Jaitley BJP
 Ashok Bajpa
Vijay Pal Singh Tomar
Sakal Deep Rajbhar
Kanta Kardam
Anil Jain
Harnath Singh Yadav
GVL Narasimha Rao
Anil Kumar Agarwal
Jaya Bachchan SP
Bhimrao Ambedkar. BSP
     
4 Telangana J Santosh Kumar Telangana Rashtra Samiti
B Lingaiah Yadav
B Prakash
P Balaram Congress
     
5 Chhattisgarh Saroj Pandey BJP 
Lekhram Sahu Congress
     
6 Jharkhand Sameer Uranv BJP
Pradeep Kumar Sonthalia 
Dheeraj Sahu Congress

     

 

The complete list of those who have been elected unopposed: 

Andhra Pradesh
1. CM Ramesh – Telugu Desam Party
2. KR Kumar – Telugu Desam Party
3. VP Reddy – YSR Congress Party
Bihar
1. Ravi Shankar Prasad – BJP
2. Akhilesh Prasad Singh – Congress
3. Mahendra Prasad – Janata Dal (United)
4. BN Singh – Janata Dal (United)
5. Manoj Jha – RJD
6. Ashfaque karim – RJD
Gujarat
1. Parshottam Rupala – BJP
2. ML Mandaviya – BJP
3. Naranbhai Rathwa – Congress
4. Amee Yajnik – Congress
Haryana
1. Lt Gen DP vats – BJP
Himachal Pradesh
1. JP Nadda – BJP
Madhya Pradesh
1. Rajmani Patel – Congress
2. Dharmendra Pradhan – BJP
3. Kailash Soni – BJP
4. AP Singh – BJP
5. TC Gehlot – BJP
Maharashtra
1. Prakash Javadekar – BJP
2. Narayan Rane – BJP
3. V Muraleedharan – BJP
4. Anil Desai – Shiv Sena
5. Kumar Ketkar – Congress
6. Vandana Chavan – Nationalist Congress Party
Odisha
1. Prashanta Nanda – Biju Janata Dal
2. Achyuta Samanta – Biju Janata Dal
3. SR Patnaik – Biju Janata Dal
Rajasthan
1. Kirodi lal Meena – BJP
2. Madan Lal Saini – BJP
3. Bhupender Yadav – BJP
Uttarakhand
1. Anil Baluni – BJP

 

 

BJD Nominated Candidates For Rajya Sabha Elections

  1. BJD candidates Prashanta Nanda, Soumya Ranjan Patnaik and Achyuta Samanta filed their nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha elections from Odisha.

 

BJP Nominated Candidates For Rajya Sabha Election

  1. BJP re-nominated all the eight Union ministers.
  2. Arun Jaitley has been nominated as a candidate for the Upper House from Uttar Pradesh.
  3. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has been shifted to Madhya Pradesh from Bihar.
  4. Javadekar has been shifted to his home state Maharashtra from Madhya Pradesh
  5. Empowerment Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot has been re-nominated from native Madhya Pradesh
  6. Health Minister J P Nadda has been re-nominated from Himachal Pradesh.
  7.  Agriculture Parshottam Rupala has been re-nominated from Gujarat.
  8. Chemicals and Fertilizers Mansukh Bhai Mandaviya has been re-nominated from Gujarat.
  9. Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has been re-nominated from Bihar
  10. All these eight ministers of the Modi Cabinet are retiring from the Rajya Sabha.

Important Dates      

Event Event Dates
Last date for making Nominations 12-Mar-18
 Last date for withdrawal of candidature 15-Mar-18
 Date of Poll 23-Mar-18

 

 

Advantage BJP in Lok Sabha 2019 polls, Congress might get a boost: ABP-CSDS survey.

In 2014, 51 percent voted for NDA, 28 percent for UPA while 21 percent opted for others

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The Karnataka elections are over but the implications of a decisive yet divisive mandate seem to be hitting the BJP hard in the state. The JD(S) and the Congress have stitched together a coalition and are likely to win the floor test convincingly — a sign of things to come for the BJP? Even in the Gujarat election, the Congress put up a good show, in fact scoring a moral victory over an electoral defeat.

If the minutes of a survey is to be considered, the time ahead will not be easy for the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A survey conducted by ABP-CSDS predicts losses for the BJP in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, both of which are scheduled to conduct assembly elections later this year.

Here are the numbers:

Madhya Pradesh: The Congress is likely to surprise the BJP. The Congress is likely to get 49 percent vote share, BJP just 34 percent and others 17% if Assembly elections are held in the state today. It is to be noted that the BJP has had three consecutive governments in Madhya Pradesh. Even in the Lok Sabha polls, the Congress with a 49% vote share is leading with a comfortable margin over the BJP with a 34% vote share.

Rajasthan: The ABP-CSDS survey predicts the Congress is likely to make huge gains in Rajasthan, another BJP-ruled state. If the state goes to polls today, the Congress may bag a 44 percent vote share as against the BJP with 39 percent. Interestingly, the BJP had a 45 percent vote share in 2013 assembly elections against the Congress' 33 percent.

Bihar: Comfort for the BJP-JD(U) combine. The Nitish Kumar-led government has been able to keep the state happy, the survey suggests, adding that the alliance will perform exceptionally well, pipping Congress-RJD should elections be called in Bihar today.

Uttar Pradesh: The NDA’s vote share has plummeted in the state to 35 per cent while the vote share of other regional parties has increased to 53 per cent. The UPA’s vote share has increased marginally to a meagre 12 per cent. This shows an advantage to the SP-BSP combine.

Maharashtra: The survey pegs the vote share for NDA at 48 percent, UPA at 40 percent and the rest at 21% if the state goes to polls today. There is a hurdle for the BJP though — it will have to fight the polls with Shiv Sena, an ally that isn’t inclined to join forces with the party at the moment.

Gujarat: The survey indicates a surge in support of the Congress party and a drop in figures for the BJP. The survey pointed out that even though the margin of vote share between the Congress and the BJP is decreasing, the BJP still maintains a lead in the state with 54 percent vote share against Congress 42 percent.

West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress (TMC) remains dominant with a possible 44 percent vote share, while the BJP may get just 24 percent in the eastern state, the survey suggests.

Eastern India: NDA continues to be people’s choice in eastern India. If Lok Sabha elections are held today, the NDA will likely get 86-94 out of 142 seats; UPA 22-26 and others 26-30, the survey suggests.

In 2014, NDA had won just 58 seats in eastern India, UPA 21 and others 63.

Western and Central India: NDA continues to maintain a lead over the UPA

In 2014, 51 percent supported NDA, 28 percent UPA while 21 percent others. According to the survey, 60 percent of people have supported NDA, while UPA is backed by just 34 percent citizens and 6 percent others. The overall numbers have projected that the NDA will win 274 seats, while the UPA will get a boost with 164 seats as against 60 in the 2014 general elections. Other parties should get around 105 seats, the survey has suggested.

Survey Stats: A total of 15,859 respondents participated in the survey conducted across 19 states between April 22 and May 17.

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North East Delhi is one of the nine administrative districts of Delhi, India. The District was established  in 1997. North East Delhi borders Yamuna River on the west, Ghaziabad District to the north and east, East Delhi to the south, and North Delhi to the west across the Yamuna. This area is densely populated with very slow development as compared to other districts. No development took place here even during common wealth games makeover of other districts of Delhi.

About Delhi MCD Elections

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) was a municipal corporation, an autonomous body that governs 8 of the 11 Districts of Delhi, in the state of Delhi, India. "The MCD was among the largest municipal bodies in the world providing civic services to more than estimated population of 11 million citizens in the capital city. The municipal corporation covers an area of 1,397.3 km² (539.5 mi²). 272 Seats/Wards are there - North and South civic bodies with 104 members each and the East civic body with 64 members.

 

Towns and villages

North East Delhi incorporates the following towns-

Town Town
Babar Pur Dilshad Garden
Dayal Pur Jaffrabad
Gokal Pur Jiwan Pur (Johri Pur)
Sonia Vihar Karawal Nagar
Mandoli Village Khajoori Khas
Saboli Mir Pur Turk
Nand Nagri Mustafabad
Sunder Nagri Sadat Pur Gujran
Seemapuri New Usmanpur
Ziauddin Pur Harsh Vihar

 Villages in North East Delhi are divided into three administrative villages: Shahdara with no sub-villages, Seema Purl with one sub village, Mandoli, and Seelam Pur with twelve sub-villages:

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Badar Pur Khadar Sadat Pur Musalmanan
Pur Delhi Bihari Pur
Pur Shahdara Sher Pur
Saba Pur Delhi Garhi Mendu
Saba Pur Shahdara Tukhmir Pur
Baqiabad Khan Pur Dhani


The region shares more than 4,500 kilometres (2,800 mi) of international border (about 90 per cent of its entire border area) with China (southern Tibet) in the north, Myanmar in the east, Bangladesh in the southwest, and Bhutan to the northwest.

The North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Ltd (NEDFi)was incorporated on 9 August 1995 and the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER)was set up in September 2001.

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BJP, IPFT to face each other in bypolls

BJP, IPFT to face each other in bypolls

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Agartala: Tripura’s ruling allies Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) are set to contest against each other in the bye-elections in the three-tier panchayats on September 30.

The BJP Panchayat Election Committee Chairman and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ratan Lal Nath announced on Thursday evening the first list of 3,155 candidates for the bye-elections. Of them, 2,980 candidates will contest the elections in Gram Panchayat seats, 157 in Panchayat Samitis seats and the remaining 18 candidates will contest the Zilla Parishad.

Reacting to the candidate list, IPFT general secretary Mangal Debbarma said his party will contest the panchayat bypolls separately.

"The BJP didn't advise us regarding alliance for panchayat bypolls. They discussed with our president N.C. Debbarma on Thursday. We have decided to contest separately and shall field candidates against each other," Mangal said.

Earlier on September 1, state election commissioner G. Kameswara Rao announced byelections in 3,207 seats of gram panchayats, 161 panchayat Samiti seats and 18 seats of Zilla parishads.

The Opposition Congress earlier said it would contest all seats of three-tier panchayats on September 30 and the CPM said it would try to contest in as many seats as possible.
BJP leader Pitambar Acharya slammed the ruling party saying there has been no official discussion on advancing Lok Sabha polls. “The ECI takes a call on election schedule keeping in mind a number of factors. I can’t understand the logic behind approaching the ECI with a memorandum,” said Acharya.

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