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BJP, Congress, AIUDF win one seat each in Assam bypolls | Modi arrives in Ahmedabad | SP triumphs in UP, Congress wins in Rajasthan, BJP stuns Bengal | BJP wins Lucknow (East), Noida and Saharanpur seats in UP | SP's Tej Pratap Singh wins Mainpuri LS seat in UP | TRS retains Medak Lok Sabha seat | SP wins from Thakurdwara, Balha, Hamirpur, Sirathu, Nighasan and Charkhari seats in UP | BJP wins Basirhat (South), Trinamool retains Chowringhee in WB | BJP wins Vadodra LS seat | BJP wins 6 seats, Congress 3 in Gujarat | CPI-M candidate wins Tripura's Manu seat | Congress wins 3 out of 4 assembly seats in Rajasthan |
Lok Sabha By Election
  • Gujarat
  • Telangana
  • Uttar Pradesh
Vidhan Sabha By Election
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Gujarat
  • Rajasthan
  • Sikkim
  • Tripura
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • West Bengal
Total Seats-TDP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
NandigamaTangirala Sowmya(TDP)
Winner
Bodapati Babu Rao(INC)
Runnerup
Total Seats-AIUDF:1INC:1BJP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
SilcharDilip Kumar Paul(BJP)
Winner
Nur Ahmed Barbhuiya(AIUDF)
Runnerup
LakhipurRajdeep Goala(INC)
Winner
Mukesh Pandey(AIUDF)
Runnerup
JamunamukhAbdur Rahim Ajmal(AIUDF)
Winner
Not Available
Total Seats-BJP:6INC:3
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
DeesaGovabhai Hamirabhai Rabari(INC)
Winner
Parmar (Thakor) Lebabhai Chamnaji(BJP)
Runnerup
ManinagarPatel Sureshbhai Dhanjibhai (Suresh Patel)(BJP)
Winner
Jain (Kella) Jatin Vijay (Advocate)(INC)
Runnerup
TankaraMetaliya Bavanjibhai Hansrajbhai(BJP)
Winner
Kagathra Lalitbhai Karamashibhai(INC)
Runnerup
KhambhaliaAhir Meraman Markhibhai(INC)
Winner
Ayar Mulubhai Hardasbhai Bera(BJP)
Runnerup
MangrolVaja Babubhai Kalabhai (INC)
Winner
Yadav Laxmanbhai Ramabhai (BJP)
Runnerup
TalajaGohil Shivabhai Jerambhai(BJP)
Winner
Vala Pravinbhai Maganbhai(INC)
Runnerup
AnandRohit Patel (Milcent)(BJP)
Winner
Kantibhai (Bhagat)(INC)
Runnerup
MatarKesrisinh Jesangbhai Solanki(BJP)
Winner
Kalidas Hirabhai Paramar(INC)
Runnerup
LimkhedaBhuriya Vichhiyabhai Jokhnabhai(BJP)
Winner
Meda Chhatrasinhbhai Kalubhai(INC)
Runnerup
Total Seats-INC:3BJP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
SurajgarhSharwan Kumar (INC )
Winner
Dr. Digamber Singh (BJP )
Runnerup
WeirBhajanlal (INC )
Winner
Ganga Ram (BJP )
Runnerup
NasirabadRamnarayan (INC )
Winner
Sarita Devi Gena (BJP )
Runnerup
Kota SouthSandeep Sharma (BJP )
Winner
Shivkant Nandwana (INC )
Runnerup
Total Seats-IND:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
Rangang-YangangRup Narayan Chamling (IND )
Winner
Kumari Manger (SDF )
Runnerup
Total Seats-CPI(M):1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
ManuPravat Chowdhury (CPI(M) )
Winner
Mailafru Mog (INC )
Runnerup
Total Seats-SP:8BJP:3
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
Saharanpur NagarRajeev Gumber (BJP )
Winner
Sanjay Garg (SP )
Runnerup
BijnorRuchiveera (SP )
Winner
Hemendra Pal (BJP )
Runnerup
ThakurdwaraNavab Jan (SP )
Winner
Rajpal Chauhan (BJP )
Runnerup
NoidaVimla Batham (BJP )
Winner
Kajal Sharma (SP )
Runnerup
NighasanKrishana Gopal Patel (SP )
Winner
Ramkumar Verma (BJP )
Runnerup
Lucknow EastAshutosh Tandon (Gopalji) (BJP )
Winner
Juhie Singh (SP )
Runnerup
HamirpurShivcharan Prajapati (SP )
Winner
Jagdish Prasad (BJP )
Runnerup
CharkhariKaptan Singh (SP )
Winner
Ramjeevan (INC )
Runnerup
SirathuVachaspati (SP )
Winner
Santosh Singh Patel (BJP )
Runnerup
BalhaBanshidhar Bauddh (SP )
Winner
Akshaibar Lal (BJP )
Runnerup
RohaniyaMahendra Singh Patel (SP )
Winner
Krishna Patel (AD )
Runnerup
Total Seats-AITC:1BJP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
Basirhat DakshinSamik Bhattacharya(BJP)
Winner
Not Available
ChowrangeeNayna Bandyopadhyay(AITC)
Winner
Not Available
Total Seats-TRS:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
MedakKotha Prabhakar Reddy(TRS)
Winner
Vakiti Sunitha Laxma Reddy(INC)
Runnerup
Total Seats-BJP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
VadodaraRanjanaben Dhananjay Bhatt(BJP)
Winner
Narendra Ambalal Ravat(INC)
Runnerup
Total Seats-SP:1
ConstituencyWinnerRunnerUp
MainpuriTej Pratap Singh Yadav(SP)
Winner
Not Available
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ELECTIONS IN INDIA

Elections in India are considered to be the most vibrant festivals of democracy that bring out multiple hues of our Parliamentary system of government. Lying at the core of Indian democracy, elections broadly shape the contours of the government, the two houses of Parliament, the state and union territory legislative assemblies and the offices of the President and the Vice President.

The Parliament of India consists of the President, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. The President is the head of state, while the Prime Minister is the head of government. The PM is appointed by the President in accordance with possible permutations of government formation in Lok Sabha post-elections. The power of decision-making rests with the PM and his council of ministers comprising the Union Cabinet.

Elections are a mammoth exercise in India as they decide the fate of the largest democracy of the world, an influential nation in South Asia and an emerging superpower.
UPCOMING ELECTIONS IN INDIA No. of assemblies - 87, Ruling party - JKNC, Chief Minister - Omar Abdullah No. of assemblies - 90, Polling date - 15th October, 2014 Results date - 19th October, 2014, Ruling party - INC, Chief Minister - Bhupinder Singh Hooda No. of assemblies - 70, Ruling party - President's rule, Chief Minister - Vacant No. of pcs - 1, Name of pcs - Beed, No. of assemblies - 288, Polling date - 15th October, 2014 Results date - 19th October, 2014, Ruling party - INC, Chief Minister - Prithviraj Chavan No. of assemblies - 81, Ruling party - JMM, Chief Minister - Hemant Soren Punjab Himachal Pradesh Uttrakhand No of assemblies - 1, Name of assemblies -Kairana, Polling date - 15th October, 2014 Results date - 19th October, 2014 Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan No of assembliess - 1, Name of assemblies - Rajkot West, Polling date - 15th October, 2014 Results date - 19th October, 2014 Chhattisgarh No of Pcs - 1, Name of Pcs - Kandhama,Polling date - 15th October, 2014, Counting date - 19th October, 2014 Telangana Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Goa Kerala Puducherry Tamilnadu Bihar Sikkim West Bengal No of assemblies - 1, Name of assemblies - Kanubari (ST), Polling date - 15th October, 2014, Counting date - 19th October, 2014 Assam Meghalaya tripura mizoram No of assemblies - 1, Name of assemblies - Hiyanglam, Polling date - 15th October, 2014, Counting date - 19th October, 2014 No of assemblies - 1, Name of assemblies - Northern Angami-II (ST), Polling date - 15th October, 2014, Counting date - 19th October, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 87
Ruling party: JKNC
Chief Minister: Omar Abdullah
No. of assembly seats: 90
Ruling party: INC
Chief Minister: Bhupinder Singh Hooda
No. of assembly seats: 70
Ruling party: President's rule
Chief Minister: Vacant
No. of assembly seats: 81
Ruling party: JMM
Chief Minister: Hemant Soren
No. of assembly seats: 288
No. of Parliamentary seats: 1
Parliamentary Constituency: Beed
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Kandhamal
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Kanubari (ST)-58
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Hiyanglam-38
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Northern Angami-II (ST)-11
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Rajkot West-69
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
No. of assembly seats: 1
Constituency: Kairana-08
Polling Date: Oct 15, 2014
Result Date: Oct 19, 2014
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ELECTIONS SYSTEM IN INDIA


Types of Elections in India


Following are the major types of elections in the country:
  1. Elections to Lok Sabha
  2. Elections to Rajya Sabha
  3. Elections to State Assemblies
  4. Elections to Legislative Council
  5. Elections to the posts of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister and Chief Minister
  6. Elections to Local Bodies
Right to Vote
The Constituent Assembly adopted the principle of universal adult franchise as the main method of democratic representation in the Lok Sabha and in the State Legislative Assemblies. The original Article 325, providing for adult suffrage fixed the age of eligibility to vote for elections to the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabhas, at 21 years, but by the 62nd Amendment to this clause passed in 1989, it has been reduced to 18 years.

Election Process in India
In an election, various candidates of different parties contest against each other, out of which the people elect their representative. The stages of the election process of India include delimitation of constituencies wherein the entire area (the whole country in the case of Lok Sabha elections and that particular state in the case of Legislative Assembly elections) is divided into constituencies. After the demarcation of constituency, the voters' list of each constituency is prepared and published and nomination papers are filed by the candidates. Thereafter, nomination papers are scrutinised. The next stage is the campaign by all the candidates and the parties. The election campaign ends 48 hours before the polling. The last step is the counting of votes and declaration of result.

Political Parties in India
A political party is a group of people who want to achieve common goals by contesting elections and exercising political power upon winning. India has a multi-party system. Some of the major political parties in India are: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress, Bahujan Samaj party (BSP), Samajwadi Party, Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), National Congress Party (NCP), Janata Dal United (JDU) and Shiv Sena. There are also various regional parties in India.

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Bihar Total Seats =10
Karnataka Total Seats =3
Madhya Pradesh Total Seats =3
Punjab Total Seats =2
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