Indian General Election

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List Of Elections In 2004 - Asia - India - Indian General
2004 Indian general election analysis India Shining Indian general election in Gujarat, 2004 Indian general election in Karnataka, 2004 Indian general election in National Capital Territory of Delhi, 2004 ...
Indian General Election, 1996 - Results - Support For Formation of United Front-led Government (under I.K. Gujral)
... Political Parties/Alliances supporting the government United Front (178) Indian National Congress (140) Total 318 votes (58.7%) ...
Lakhimpur Kheri District - Indian General Election, 2009
... In the 2009 Parliamentary Elections, Zafar Ali Naqvi of Indian National Congress has closely defeated Iliyas Azmi of Bahujan Samaj Party, with a margin of 8,780 securing a total of 1,84,980 votes from Kheri (Lok Sabha ... where he secured a historic win by a margin of 184,509 votes on the Indian National Congress ticket ...
List Of Elections In 2004 - Asia - India
... Indian general election in Arunachal Pradesh, 2004 Indian general election in Kerala, 2004 Indian general election in Madhya Pradesh, 2004 Indian general election in Sikkim, 2004 ...
Members Of The Lok Sabha - Previous Lok Sabha General Elections
... Lok Sabha is constituted after the general election as follows Lok Sabha General Election 1st Lok Sabha Indian general election, 1952 2nd Lok Sabha Indian general election, 1957 3rd Lok Sabha Indian general election ...

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