Congress Party

Congress Party may refer to:

  • Botswana Congress Party, a political party in Botswana
  • Congress Party, a minor defunct political party in Barbados
  • Congress Party for the Independence of Madagascar, a communist political party in Madagascar
  • Indian National Congress, a major political party in India

Other articles related to "congress party, party, congress":

Politics Of Bihar - History - Bihar Movement & Aftermath: 1975-1990
... officially ended on March 23, 1977.The Congress Party, suffered a defeat at the hands of the Janata Party coalition of several small parties created in 1977 and the alliance came to power, headed by ... In Bihar, the Janata Party won all the fifty-four Lok Sabha seats in 1977 general elections under the mentorship of Jayaprakash Narayan and rose to power ... from time to time, viz, 1977 when a wave defeated the entrenched Congress Party and then again in 1989 when Janata Dal came to power on an anti corruption wave ...
Bhuma Nagi Reddy - Politics
... to contest as an MLA candidate from the then opposition Telugu Desam Party ... her wish as an MP candidate from Nandyal and lost to congress candidate SPY Reddy ... In the wake of the emergence of much publicised Praja Rajyam party by Cine hero Chiranjeevi they resigned from the TDP on 4 July 2008 and joined the newly created Praja Rajyam Party led ...
Henry Austin (politician)
... He was also a veteran leader in the Indian National Congress, which is also known simply as the Congress Party ... Austin served as the general secretary of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) in 1971 ... in his re-election bid in 1980 due to a dispute which split the Congress Party, to challenger, Xavier Arackal, a Congress Party member who was a supporter of Indira Gandhi ...
Ashta, Maharashtra - Elections
1)Nationalist Congress Party 2)Congress Party 3)Shivsena and among these 3 major parties NCP(Nationalist Congress Party) won all the seats of Municipality ...

Famous quotes containing the words party and/or congress:

    This Party is a moral crusade or it is nothing.
    Harold Wilson, Lord Riveaulx (1916–1995)

    It is the duty of the President to propose and it is the privilege of the Congress to dispose.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)