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State NamePC No.PC. Name
West Bengal14Bangaon (SC)

Parliamentary By-Election Dates/Schedule 2015

Issue of NotificationJan 19, 2015
Last date of making NominationsJan 27, 2015
Scrutiny of NominationsJan 28, 2015
Last date for withdrawal of CandidaturesJan 30, 2015
Date of Poll Feb 13, 2015
Counting of VotesFeb 16, 2015
Date of Completion Feb 18, 2015

The Lok Sabha - House of the People

The supreme legislative body, the Parliament of India comprises of the President and the two Houses -Lok Sabha (House of the People) and Rajya Sabha (Council of States). The Lok Sabha is also known as the Lower House of the parliament of India. In Sanskrit, "Lok" signifies "people" and "Sabha" signifies "assembly".
The members of the Lok Sabha are the representatives of people who are elected directly by the people on the basis of Universal Adult Suffrage. The strength of the members can go maximum up to 552. 530 members represent the States, while 20 members represent the Union Territories. The President of the country nominates two members from the Anglo-Indian community. The Lok Sabha runs for a period of five years from the date of its first meeting. It ends in two cases only – if the tenure of the government gets completed after five years or if the Lok Sabha gets dissolved due to any political, economic or social issue.

How are the parliamentary constituencies formed in India

There are 543 constituencies in India. The size of the constituency is determined by the Delimitation Commission.
Click to see Results for 543 Parliamentary Constituencies of India

Map of General Elections 2014

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Live News & Updates Key Members of 16th Lok Sabha
Elections Result 2014 - state wise Cabinet Ministers of Modi Sarkar
List of Parliamentary Constituencies What Is General Election In India
Importance of 2014 General Elections India General Elections History
The commission aims at creating the constituencies on the basis of population, subject to the geographical considerations and the boundaries of the states and administrative areas. Under the provisions of the Delimitation Commission Act, the Delimitation Commission is established. The recent delimitation of the parliamentary constituencies was conducted after the census figures of 2001 which comes under the provisions of the Delimitation Act 2002. However, it is amended by the Constitution of India that no delimitation of constituencies shall take place till the 2026 first census.
Indian Lok Sabha

State-wise list of parliamentary constituencies (Lok Sabha seats) in India

The table shows the number of parliamenttary constituencies in each statae and the ruling party of each state :

StateNumber of Parliamentary Constituencies
Andhra Pradesh parliamentary constituencies42
Arunachal Pradesh parliamentary constituencies2
Assam parliamentary constituencies14
Bihar parliamentary constituencies40
Chhattisgarh parliamentary constituencies11
Goa parliamentary constituencies2
Gujarat parliamentary constituencies26
Haryana parliamentary constituencies10
Himachal Pradesh parliamentary constituencies4
Jammu Kashmir parliamentary constituencies6
Jharkhand parliamentary constituencies14
Karnataka parliamentary constituencies28
Kerala parliamentary constituencies20
Madhya Pradesh parliamentary constituencies29
Maharashtra parliamentary constituencies48
Manipur parliamentary constituencies2
Meghalaya parliamentary constituencies2
Mizoram parliamentary constituencies1
Nagaland parliamentary constituencies1
Orissa parliamentary constituencies21
Punjab parliamentary constituencies13
Rajasthan parliamentary constituencies25
Sikkim parliamentary constituencies1
Tamil Nadu parliamentary constituencies39
Tripura parliamentary constituencies2
Uttar pradesh parliamentary constituencies80
Uttarakhand parliamentary constituencies5
West Bengal parliamentary constituencies42
Union TerritoriesNumber of Parliamentary Constituencies
Andaman and Nicobar parliamentary constituencies1
Chandigarh parliamentary constituencies1
Dadar and Nagar Haveli parliamentary constituencies1
Daman and Diu parliamentary constituencies1
Delhi parliamentary constituencies7
Lakshadweep parliamentary constituencies1
Pondicherry parliamentary constituencies1

Key members of 16th Lok Sabha

Position Name
Protem Speaker Kamal Nath
Speaker Sumitra Mahajan
Deputy Speaker Kariya Munda
Leader of the HouseNarendra Modi
Leader of the Opposition Mapanna Mallikarjun Kharge
Secretary GeneralP. Sreedharan

What is General Election in India

The general election, considered to be the biggest exercise in Indian democracy, is held to form the central government. The election is conducted when the ruling government completes its five-year term or if the parliament is dissolved. It decides the fate of all the parties in the country and provides its citizens the chance to elect their representatives. The results of voting in all 543 constituencies of the Parliament of India contribute to the formation of the government. A party must secure at least 272 seats to form the government. The general elections are conducted and organised by the Election Commission of India (ECI).

Why was the 2014 general election so important?

The general election is a part of the constitutional process and takes place every five years to elect the new government of the country. In 2014, though, a lot more was at stake, in light of the following:
  • The anti-incumbency wave in India against the UPA which had ruled the nation for 10 years was growing stronger due to the scams and allegations of corruption against the UPA government.
  • Rise of Narendra Modi as the Prime Ministerial candidate from BJP due to the featuring of his successful Gujarat model. There was rapid increase in the 'Modi Wave' which attracted the people from every part of the country.
  • India was looking for a change from the current government, seeking an awakened India. The nation wanted a complete reversal of the Indian Governance.
  • The 2011 India Against Corruption movement led by Anna Hazare stimulated a new move of the common man into politics.
  • Emergence of the AAP as a promising party initiated a new drive in the nation, by bringing citizens to fight against corruption by changing the system itself.
  • Resignation of the three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit of the Indian National Congress (INC) from her post after a shameful defeat in the Delhi Legislative Assembly election 2013.
  • The BJP had won the Vidhan Sabha elections in Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Punjab.
  • Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi broke its alliance with the INC for the Lok Sabha elections.
  • The Congress is facing a leadership crisis, with Rahul Gandhi, arguably the strongest contender for the position of PM candidate, not viewed as a good choice by political leaders and analysts alike.

India General Elections History

The current Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian Parliament) is the 16th Lok Sabha, whose members were elected in the last general elections, held between 7 April 2014 and 12 May 2014. The current NDA government took office on 26th May 2014. The members of the Lok Sabha are elected for a term of five years, therefore, the term of the current Lok Sabha will officially end by May 2019. Elections for the next or 17th Lok Sabha will need to be held before May 2019 to enable a new government to be formed. The next elections for the Lok Sabha will held after five years in the year 2019 when NDA will complete its term as a government.

The Parliament of India comprises of two houses - the Lok Sabha (House of the People) or the Lower House and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) or the Upper House. The Lok Sabha is made up of a total of 552 Members of Parliament. Each of these 552 members represents a particular geographic region from across India. These geographic units are known as the Parliamentary Constituencies. In other words, these Parliamentary Constituencies constitute the number of seats in the Lok Sabha.

Out of these 552 MPs, upto 530 members can represent the states, upto 20 members can represent the Union Territories and 2 members can represent the Anglo-Indian community. Members from each of these Parliamentary Constituencies are elected directly by the voters of the particular constituency, according to the Universal Adult Franchise. The elections are held after a period of every 5 years, if the Lok Sabha is not dissolved sooner. Each state has a fixed number of Parliamentary Constituencies which are represented in the Lok Sabha.

The supervision and responsibility of the elections to these Parliamentary Constituencies is carried out by a centralized, independent statutory body called the Election Commission. The size and structure of each of these constituencies is outlined in Section 4 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950. The current 16th Lok Sabha session, which was formed in 2014, has 543 Parliamentary Constituencies. Uttar Pradesh has the maximum number of Parliamentary Constituencies allotted to it, numbering 80.

Political History of India

Ever since India adopted its constitution after its independence in 1947, it has been a sovereign democratic republic. India has a federal form of government where its central government has far greater powers than that of the states. Since India has a multi-party system, several national and regional parties operate on central and regional fronts. If a political party operates in more than 4 states, it becomes a national party.

For most of the democratic history, the central government in India has been led by the Indian National Congress (INC). The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) is another major political party in the country. The INC has in power for 54 out of 67 years of independence of India. Except for two short spells by the BJP, the INC led the nation from 1950 to 1990. The BJP ruled from 1977 to 1980. Then, in 1989, a National Front Coalition that had Janata Dal as the leading party and the Left Front as ally, ruled for only two years. Both these times, it was public discontent over political issues that threw the INC out of power.

The 1990s saw times of political unrest in India as no single party managed to get clear majority and coalitions were the order of the day. As a result of the 1991 general elections, the INC came to power to form a minority government.

From 1996 to 1998, the central government was ruled sixteenth by the BJP and then by a left-supporting United Front coalition. And then in 1998, the BJP led National Democratic Alliance became the sixteenth non-INC government which completed a full-term of 5 years. During this decade, several new regional players emerged, like Lok Dal, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and Janata Dal.

However, the 2004 general elections again brought the INC at the helm of political affairs as the party gained the maximum number of seats and formed the United Progressive Alliance with Left parties and many other regional parties. In the 2009 parliamentary elections, the INC won the largest number of seats and formed a government by leading a coalition with smaller parties, with the BJP in opposition.

Now, in 2014, BJP has come to power with their spectacular win. The party has won the clear majority and gained 282 seats. BJP has formed the NDA alliance to rule and power the government in India with Narendra Modi as its Prime Minister.

State Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014

The table below shows the number of Lok Sabha seats in each state along with the seats won by BJP, INC and all the other parties in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

StateTotal SeatsBJPINCOthers
Jammu And Kashmir Results630JKPDP (3)
Himachal Pradesh Results440
Punjab Results1323AAP (4)SAD (4)
Chandigarh Results110
Uttarakhand Results550
Haryana Results1071INLD (2)
Uttar Pradesh Results80712SP (5) AD (2)
Bihar Results40222JD(U) (2) LJP (6) RLSP(3) RJD (4) NCP (1)
Jharkhand Results14120JMM (2)
West Bengal Results4224AITC (34) CPM (2)
Assam Results1473AIUDF (3) IND (1)
Meghalaya Results201NPP (1)
Tripura Results200CPM (2)
Mizoram Results101
Manipur Results202
Nagaland Results100NPF (1)
Arunachal Pradesh211
Orissa Results2110BJD (20)
Karnataka Results28179JD(S) (2)
Kerala Results2008CPM (5) CPI (1) IUML (2) RSP (1) KEC(M) (1) IND (2)
Madhya Pradesh Results29272
Maharashtra Results48232NCP (4) SWP (1) SHS (18)
Rajasthan Results25250
Sikkim Results100SDF (1)
Tamil Nadu Results3910PMK (1) AIADMK (37)
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Results110
Dadra And Nagar Haveli Results110
Daman And Diu Results110
Delhi Results770
Lakshadweep Results100NCP (1)
Puducherry Results100AINRC (1)
Chhattisgarh Results11101
Goa Results220
Gujarat Results26260
Andhra Pradesh Results4232TDP (16) YSRCP (9) AIMIM (1) TRS (11)

Parliamentary Election 2014 Live News & Updates

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat' video crosses 1 mn hits on YouTube A music video dedicated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" (Clean India Campaign) has crossed one million hits on YouTube. Produced and sung by Ravindra Singh, managing director of R-Vision India, the video, titled “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat”, lays emphasis on making the country a clean place for its people. “We have tried to insert the vision and thoughts of our prime minister in this music video,” Singh told mediapersons in Mumbai. Source : IANS

2014-11-01 10:22:47 am

India to give Sri Lanka Rs.5 mn for mudslide disaster relief India on Friday pledged Sri Lankan Rs.5 million towards immediate relief to Sri Lankans affected by the mudslide that has claimed several lives and left over a 100 untraced in the island nation's Badulla district. The medium and long term assistance needs will be worked out in consultation with the government of Sri Lanka, external affairs ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said. A massive mudslide, triggered by torrential rains, swept away scores of homes on Wednesday at the Koslanda plantation in Badulla district, about 220 km east of Colombo. Source: IANS

2014-11-01 10:14:08 am

Russian deputy PM to visit India Nov 5 Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin will arrive in India on Nov 5 for an inter-governmental meet, ahead of Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to India in December. External affairs ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said at a media briefing that Rogozin was arriving to attend the Indo-Russia Inter-Governmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific, Technological and Cultural Cooperation, which is co-chaired by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Rogozin had visited India in June and also called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Source: IANS

2014-11-01 10:09:08 am

Indian Muslims will live and die for India : PM Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the Indian Muslims will live and die for India and the Al Qaeda is "delusional" if it thinks Indian Muslims will dance to its tunes. Source: IANS

2014-09-20 10:29:20 am

Modi to begin Japan visit from Kyoto Prime Minister Narendra Modi will fly to Kyoto on saturday at the start of his Aug 30 - Sep 3 Japan visit, it was announced on thursday. This will be Modi's first visit outside South Asia since he took office in May. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 05:57:49 pm

PM Jan Dhan Yojana launched in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan YojanaA (PMJDY), the financial inclusion scheme of the Narendra Modi government, was on Thursday launched in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh by Union Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu respectively. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 05:44:30 pm

Time to rid politics of criminals : Trinamool's Dinesh Trivedi Welcoming the Supreme Court's opinion that lawmakers facing criminal charges should not be made ministers, Trinamool Congress MP Dinesh Trivedi on Thursday called for weeding out criminals from politics. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 05:41:43 pm

Ravi Shankar Prasad calls on Jayalalithaa Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday called on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. Speaking to reporters after the meeting, he said he called on Jayalalithaa as he holds her in high respect and the discussions were fruitful. "I explained to her the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana. It is a great exercise of financial inclusion," said Prasad, who also holds the communications and information technology portfolio. Source : IANS

2014-08-28 05:07:15 pm

UP by-polls : Yogi Adityanath to be BJP star campaigner The BJP on Thursday named Gorakhpur MP Yogi Adityanath as one of its star campaigners for the by-polls in Uttar Pradesh scheduled for Sep 13. Adityanath has been a vocal and firebrand Hindutva leader who courted controversy recently after video footage showed him daring people behind what the party calls 'Love Jihad'. He allegedly threatened to convert 100 Muslim girls to Hindusim for each Hindu converted to Islam. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 04:26:57 pm

Jaitley calls on Lalu Prasad in Mumbai hospital Union Defence and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday called on Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad who underwent heart surgeries on Wednesday, an official said. Jaitley arrived at the Asian Heart Institute (AHI) in Bandra-Kurla Complex on Thursday morning and visited Lalu Prasad. The senior BJP leader was accompanied by AHI chief and renowned heart surgeon Ramakanta Panda, hospital medical director Vijay D'Silva and other senior officials. The former Bihar CM underwent a marathon six-hour-15-minute-long surgery on Wednesday to treat his heart conditions. He is now reported to be fine. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 03:47:47 pm

Kuldeep Bishnoi acting as 'B' team of Congress : BJP The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday accused the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC), led by Kuldeep Bishnoi, of working as the 'B' team of the ruling Congress party in Haryana. HJC president Bishnoi was attempting to divide the anti-Congress votes in the upcoming state assembly election, BJP national spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain told media. Source: IANS

2014-08-28 03:15:29 pm

LS passes judicial appointments bill The Lok Sabha today passed the constitutional amendment bill to scrap the collegium system of appointing Supreme Court and high court judges.It also cleared the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2014 to regulate the procedure. Source:IANS

2014-08-13 03:48:37 pm

M. Thambidurai elected LS deputy speaker AIADMK leader M. Thambidurai was today unanimously elected as the deputy speaker of the Lok Sabha. The motion for his election was moved by Home Minister Rajnath Singh and seconded by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Almost all parties moved motions for his election, including the Congress. Source:IANS

2014-08-13 12:50:59 pm

President presents best parliamentarian awards President Pranab Mukherjee presented the outstanding parliamentarian awards to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Congress leader Karan Singh and JD-U president Sharad Yadav for 2010, 2011 and 2012, respectively. At a function organised by the Indian Parliamentary Group, Mukherjee said Jaitley, Karan Singh and Yadav were worthy successors of the illustrious lineage of parliamentarians who have received the award in the past. Source:IANS

2014-08-13 12:48:35 pm

Cabinet approves amendments to Juvenile Justice Act The union cabinet gave its nod to amend the Juvenile Justice Act that will pave the way for 16/18-year-olds to be treated as adults when involved in heinous crimes. The decision was taken at a meeting of the cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, informed sources said. The amended bill will now be sent to parliament for approval. Source: IANS

2014-08-07 09:47:45 am

Time for Congress to introspect: Jaitley The Congress party needs to introspect as it was under pressure and its own leaders were speaking out, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today. "A section of the leadership of the Congress party, because of its inability to lead, has been under pressure," Jaitley said following Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's aggressive behaviour in the Lok Sabha when he along with other party MPs advanced to the speaker's podium demanding a debate on the rising incidents of communal clashes in the country.   Source: IANS

2014-08-06 04:20:56 pm

Rahul takes lead in Lok Sabha, advances to speaker's podium Leading from the front, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today advanced to the Lok Sabha speaker's podium along with other party MPs demanding a debate on increasing incidents of communal clashes in the country. As soon as the house met, the opposition parties led by the Congress raised slogans demanding a debate on the communal riots in Uttar Pradesh and the introduction of the bill against communal violence. Source: IANS

2014-08-06 12:42:11 pm

Lok Sabha adjourned till noon The Lok Sabha was adjourned till noon today following a ruckus created by the opposition parties over communal riots in Uttar Pradesh. Raising slogans and demanding the introduction of the bill against communal violence, the Congress sought a debate on the issue. Amid the din, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the house till noon. Source: IANS

2014-08-06 11:57:21 am

Rajya Sabha disrupted over demands for debate on Gaza Rajya Sabha disrupted over demands for debate on Gaza The Rajya Sabha was disrupted again on Friday as the opposition continued to create an uproar demanding a discussion on the on-going conflict in the Gaza Strip. The house lost its question hour to disruptions, and saw as many as three adjournments before lunch. As soon as the upper house met, opposition members were on their feet demanding a debate on the issue to be taken up immediately. Responding to the opposition's demands, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Prakash Javadekar said the government is ready to discuss the matter on Monday and this has been conveyed to the Business Advisory Committee. Source : IANS

2014-07-18 01:01:07 pm

Government blocks Rajya Sabha discussion on Israel-Palestine row The government on  Wednesday refused to discuss the Israel-Palestine conflict in the Rajya Sabha, saying "no discourteous reference should be made to a friendly nation", adding "we have friendly relations with both the countries". A discussion on the violence in the Gaza Strip and West Bank areas of Palestine was listed in the upper house's list of business on Wednesday. According to members, it was agreed that the discussion would be taken up soon after the question hour. Source : IANS

2014-07-16 04:11:07 pm

Uproar in Tamil Nadu house over club barring judge Uproar in Tamil Nadu house over club barring judge The denial of entry to a sitting judge of the Madras High Court and two senior advocates by the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) Club for wearing a 'dhoti' was raised in the state assembly on Monday. Members across party lines condemned the incident and urged the government to take legal action against the club. Speaking on the issue, DMK's M.K.Stalin said such a practice is followed by many clubs like the Gymkhana Club, MCC Club and the Boat Club. Source : IANS

2014-07-14 04:55:54 pm

First train between Delhi, Katra starts Monday First train between Delhi, Katra starts Monday The first superfast New Delhi-Katra train called "Shri Shakti Express" will start from New Delhi and Katra railway stations on Monday evening. Indian railway sources told IANS that "Shri Shakti Express" will leave New Delhi railway station at 5.30 p.m. Monday and reach Mata Vaishno Devi railway station (Katra) at 5.10 a.m. Tuesday. Katra is the base camp town of the Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine which is visited by millions of devotees from all over the country each year. Source: IANS

2014-07-14 04:36:08 pm

Obama wants stronger economic ties with India, Modi told Obama wants stronger economic ties with India, Modi told US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, who called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, conveyed to him US President Barack Obama's desire to strengthen economic relations with India, and handed him Obama's letter inviting him to visit Washington in September. The Prime Minister's Office said Obama reiterated his invitation to Modi to visit Washington in September and to work closely to make India-US relations a defining partnership for the 21st century. Source : IANS  

2014-07-11 03:17:33 pm

Bill to amend TRAI Act introduced in Lok Sabha A bill to amend Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Act was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Friday amid ruckus. The Telecom Regulatory Authority Amendment Bill will pave way for the appointment of former TRAI chairman Nripendra Misra as principal secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The bill replaces an ordinance brought by the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, to amend the act which prohibited its chairman and members from taking up any other job in the central or state governments after demitting office. Source : IANS

2014-07-11 02:38:19 pm

Expenses for union ministers up 15.4 percent The sum for expenses of union ministers has been increased by 15.4 percent in the current fiscal. The union budget 2014-15, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in parliament  proposed Rs.433 crore for salaries, tour and other expenses for the union council of ministers as against Rs.375 crore provided for 2013-14. The allocation also include Rs.38.44 crore for Prime Minister's Office and Rs.271.80 crore for tour expenses of the union ministers, as well as provision for sumptuary and other allowances of the cabinet ministers and ministers of state. Source : IANS

2014-07-11 12:05:50 pm

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