Assembly Constituencies

Some articles on assembly constituencies, assembly, constituencies:

Kolkata District - Divisions - Previous Distribution of Assembly Constituencies
... Prior to the delimitation, the district was divided into 17 assembly constituencies Cossipur (assembly constituency no. 140), Shyampukur (assembly constituency no. 141), Jorabagan (assembly constituency no ...
West Godavari - Divisions - Constituencies
... Earlier there had been two Parliamentary Constituencies and 16 Assembly Constituencies ... The Constituencies Delimitation Committee has reduced that to 15 and now there are two parliamentary and 15 Assembly constituencies in West Godavari district ... The parliamentary constituencies are Eluru and Narsapur ...
South Dinajpur District - Divisions - Assembly Constituencies - Impact of Delimitation of Constituencies
... As per order of the Delimitation Commission in respect of the delimitation of constituencies in the West Bengal, the district will be divided into 6. 37), Kumarganj (assembly constituency no. 38), Balurghat (assembly constituency no ...
Srikakulam District - Revenue Divisions,mandals and Constituencies - Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies
... There are 3 Parliamentary Constituencies and 10 Assembly Constituencies in Srikakulam ... Palasa, Tekkali, Narasannapeta, Amadalavalasa and Srikakulam assembly constituencies ... The 10 Assembly Constituencies are Amadalavalasa, Rajam, Tekkali, Ichapuram, Palasa, Narasannapeta, Palakonda, Pathapatnam, Srikakulam Assembly Constituency, Etcherla ...
Haridwar (Lok Sabha Constituency) - Assembly Constituencies
... in 2012 Haridwar Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following Assembly Constituencies In District Haridwar (11 Constituencies) Roorkee (Assembly constituency no. 31) Manglaur (Assembly constituency no. 33) Piran Kaliyar (assembly constituency no ...

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