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2013 Election Results


2013 Delhi Assembly Election Results

Delhi, often called as the City of cities is the National Capital Territory of India. It is the world's second most populous city with a population of more than 16,753,235. The official language of this state is Hindi and the literacy level is 86.34%. Click to see result

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Delhi18.12.200817.12.2013


2013 Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election Results

Madhya Pradesh is a state in the central part of India. This was established in the year 1956 on 1st of November. There are 51 districts within this state. The capital city of Madhya Pradesh is Bhopal, also famous as the City of Lakes. The official language of this state is Hindi and the literacy level is 70.60%. The population of Madhya Pradesh is more than 75 million. Click to see result

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Madhya Pradesh13.12.200812.12.2013


2013 Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results

Chhattisgarh is a state in the central part of India. This was established in the year 2000 on 1 November. There are 27 districts within this state. The capital city of Chhattisgarh is Raipur. The population of Chhattisgarh is more than 25.5 million. The literacy level is 71%. Click to see result

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Chhattisgarh05.01.2009 04.01.2014


2013 Rajasthan Assembly Election Results

Rajasthan is a state in the western part of India. This was established in the year 1949 on 30 March. It is the largest state of the country in terms of area. The capital city of Rajasthan is Jaipur. The population of Rajasthan is more than 68,621,012. The official language of this state is Hindi and the literacy level is 68%.Click to see result

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Rajasthan01.01.2009 31.12.2013


2013 Mizoram Assembly Election Results

Mizoram, also famous as "land of the hill people" is a member of the Seven Sister States of the North Eastern India. This was established in the year 1987 on 20th of February. The capital city of Mizoram is Aizawl. The population of Mizoram is more than 1,091,014. The official language of this state is Mizo and the literacy level is 91.58%. Click to see result

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Mizoram16.12.2008 15.12.2013


2013 Karnataka Assembly Election Results

Karnataka is a state that belongs to the southern part of India. This was established in the year 1956 on 1st of November. Since then every year on this day, the people of this state have marked this day as Rajyotsava and celebrate throughout the state with pomp and splendor. There are 30 districts within this state. The capital city of Karnataka is Bangalore and is also the largest city of this state. Bangalore is also known as Silicon City. The official language of this state is Kannada and the literacy level is 75.6%. The population of Karnataka is more than 61,000,000. Elections of this state are conducted as per the Constitution of India. The assembly of this state makes the laws regarding the matters of conducting of the local body elections in a unilateral way. But if there are any changes to be made by the state legislature with respect to the conducting of state level elections it needs to be approved by the Parliament of our country. Click to see results.....

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KARNATAKA 29-05-201328-05-2018


2013 Meghalaya Assembly Election Results

Meghalaya, a landlocked hilly state in the north east was originally a part of the state of Assam, consisting of the Garo Hills district and the United Jaintia and Khasi Hill district in the state of Assam. In 1970, it became a state consisting of these districts within Assam after the Assam Reorganization act was passed in 1969. From the year 1957 to 1971, Meghalaya was represented in the Lok Sabha as an autonomous district of Assam. Meghalaya became a full-fledged state of the Indian union on 21st January 1972. The state has two divisions and seven districts. Click to see results.....

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MEGHALAYA 07.03.201306.03.2018


2013 Nagaland Assembly Election Results

Nagaland in the north east of India became the 16th state of the Indian Union on 1 December 1963. Earlier, in 1957, this state was an autonomous district in Assam consisting of Tuensang and Naga hills division of the Assam.

In 1961, following the Naga people's demand, the Indian Government agreed to the formation of a separate state of Nagaland. Before the first Assembly elections were held in the state, Nagaland constituted an Interim Body of 42 members with an interim executive council headed by a Chief Executive Officer. Dr Imkongliba Ao, the founder of the Naga People's Convention became the Chairman of the Interim Body. Mr P Shilo was appointed the first Executive Councilor and after the elections to the state assembly became the first chief minister of the state. Mr S C Jamir was the first member of the Parliament from the state. He was nominated to the third Lok Sabha by the Interim Body. Mr Melhupra Vero was the first Rajya Sabha MP from the state. Click to see results.....

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NAGALAND 14.03.201313.03.2018


2013 Tripura Assembly Election Results

Tripura in the northeast is one of the smallest states in India. After India's independence Tripura became a Union Territory of India in 1956. Elections were held for the first Territorial Council of 30 members of the Union Territory in 1957. On January 21, 1972, it became a full-fledged state of the country.

The state has a unicameral legislature with one house of the State Assembly also called the Vidhan Sabha. Tripura State Legislative Assembly has 60 directly elected members. The tenure of the Vidhan Sabha is five years unless it is dissolved. The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at Agartala, the capital of the state. The state has held regular elections since its formation. Click to see results.....

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TRIPURA 11.03.201310.03.2018


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