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1957 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

The first elections for the Legislative Assembly of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir under its own Constitution were held in March–June 1957. Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad was appointed Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

1962 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held in the early months of 1962. Bakshi Ghulam Mohammad was appointed Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

1967 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held in February 1967. Ghulam Mohammed Sadiq was appointed Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

1972 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held over January 1972. Syed Mir Qasim was appointed Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir. For the first time women entered the Jammu and Kashmir assembly in 1972 assembly elections. That ye ...

1977 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held over June 1977, which are generally regarded as the first free and fair elections in the state.Jammu & Kashmir National Conference, newly revived from the former Plebiscite Front, won ...

1983 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held over October 1983. The Jammu & Kashmir National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah was appointed Chief Minister.

1996 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election

Elections for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir were held over September–October 1996. Farooq Abdullah became Chief Minister of Jammu Kashmir after the elections. The 1996 Lok Sabha elections and assembly elections in the state were possible ...

2009 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly election

The Jharkhand 2009 Assembly elections were seen as a contest between three forces: The Indian National Congress, The Bhartiya Janata Party and its major ally Janata Dal, and the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha. The poll result was a shock for the incumben ...

2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly election

Legislative Assembly elections were held in Jharkhand, India, from 30 November to 20 December 2019 to elect the 81 members of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly. Results were declared on 23 December 2019. The pre-election term of the Assembly was ...

1978 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1978 Karnataka State Legislative Assembly election was held in the Indian state of Karnataka to elect 224 members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. Riding on the popularity of the various social welfare measures initiated by Chief minist ...

1983 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1983 Karnataka State Legislative Assembly election was held in the Indian state of Karnataka to elect 224 members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. The elections resulted in a hung assembly with the Janata Party emerging as the single la ...

1985 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1985 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election was held in the Indian state of Karnataka to elect 224 members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. The elections resulted in a spectacular victory for the Janata Party, led by Chief minister Ram ...

1989 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1989 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election was held in the Indian state of Karnataka to elect 224 members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. The Indian National Congress rode back to power with a huge majority.

1994 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1994 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election took place in two phases on 26 November and 1 December 1994 in all the 224 legislative assembly constituencies in the Indian State of Karnataka. The Janata Dal emerged victorious winning 115 seats.

1999 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 1999 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election took place in October 1999 in 224 constituencies in Karnataka, India. The elections were conducted to elect the government in the state of Karnataka for the next five years. Indian national Congres ...

2004 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 2004 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election took place on 20 April and 26 April 2004 in 224 constituencies in Karnataka, India. The elections were conducted to elect the government in the state of Karnataka for the next five years. The votes ...

2008 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 2008 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election took place in three phases on 10, 16 and 22 May 2008 in all the 224 assembly constituencies in Karnataka, India. The elections were conducted to elect a Government in the state of Karnataka for the ...

2013 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election

The 2013 Karnataka Legislative Assembly election was held on 5 May 2013 to elect members from 223 constituencies in the Indian state of Karnataka. Five major political parties contested the election: Indian National Congress, Bharatiya Janata Par ...

1954 Travancore-Cochin Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Legislative Assembly of the Indian state of Travancore-Cochin were held on 15 February 1954. 265 candidates competed for the 106 constituencies in the Assembly. There were 11 two-member constituencies and 95 single-member constit ...

1957 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The Kerala Legislative Assembly election of 1957 was the first assembly election in the Indian state of Kerala. The Communist Party of India won the election with 60 seats. The election led to the formation of first democratically elected communi ...

1960 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The Kerala Legislative Assembly election of 1960 was the second assembly election in the Indian state of Kerala. The elections were held on 1 February 1960.

1965 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

Both Indian National Congress and Communist Party of India went through big changes during the period that preceded the elections in 1965. Congress was split and a new state party Kerala Congress was formed. Communist party of India also went thr ...

1967 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

In the 1965 elections, no party was able to form a government in Kerala. No viable coalition took shape, and Kerala went back to President Rule for another 2 years. Kerala returned to the polls in 1967. Both the Communist parties - m consumer pri ...

1996 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The 1996 Kerala Legislative Assembly election was held on May 1996 to elect members to the Kerala State Assembly. Polls were held simultaneously in all 140 seats and resulted in a voter turnout of 71.16%. 20 may 1996 14 members of the Cabinet of ...

2006 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The 2006 Kerala Legislative Assembly election, part of a series of state assembly elections in 2006, was scheduled to occur in three phases. The first phase was held on 22 April 2006, when 59 out of the 140 constituencies in Kerala voted. The sec ...

2001 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The 2001 Kerala Legislative Assembly election was held on 10 May 2001 to elect members to the Kerala State Assembly. Polls were held simultaneously in all 140 seats and resulted in a voter turnout of 72.47%. The election saw a change of guard in ...

2011 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The thirteenth legislative assembly election was held on 13 April 2011 to elect members of the 140 constituencies in Kerala. Election results were released on 13 May 2011. The results proved to be one of the closest elections in Keralas history, ...

2016 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

The 2016 Kerala 16th Legislative Assembly election was held on 16 May 2016 to elect 140 MLAs to the Kerala Legislative Assembly. The voter turnout 77.53% from 75.12% in previous elections. The result was announced on 19 may 2016. Left Democratic ...

2021 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

In the previous elections in 2016, the Left Democratic Front LDF won the election, defeating the incumbent United Democratic Front UDF, led by the Indian National Congress INC, which could only win 47 seats in the election.

1980 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1962. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly with 288 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1972 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1972. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1967 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1967. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1977 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1977. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1985 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1985. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1990 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1990. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1993 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1993. It was elections to the Legislative Assembly, with 320 seats in undivided Madhya Pradesh.

1998 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held in 1998. It was the last Legislative Assembly elections, with 320 places, before Madhya Pradesh was divided into two parts. The 90 Seat Chhattisgarh & Madhya Pradesh, With 230 Seats.

2008 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

The 2008 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election was declared by the Election Commission of India on 14 October 2008. Elections for 230 seats took place on 27 November 2008, and counting started on 8 December.

2013 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

A Legislative Assembly election was held on 25 November 2013 in Madhya Pradesh, India, with the result announced on 8 December. Along with other provincial elections, these were the first five elections in which the Election Commission of India i ...

2018 Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Elections to the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly were held on 28 November 2018 to elect members of the 230 constituencies in Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that the election was a direct political battle between the BJP and the INC. While the ...

2004 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election

Assembly elections was held in Maharashtra, India on October 13, 2004. The major alliances were the Democratic Front and the Bharatiya Janata Party - Shiv Sena alliance. Other political parties contested were the Bahujan Samaj Party, the Samajwad ...

2009 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election

The 13th Assembly elections were held in Maharashtra, India on October 13, 2009. The ruling Democratic Front) contested the elections against the alliance of Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party and Against the Third Front Known as Republican Lef ...

2017 Manipur Legislative Assembly election

A Legislative Assembly election was held in Manipur on 4 March and 8 March 2017 to elect the 60 members of the Manipur Legislative Assembly, as the term of current Legislative Assembly ends on 18 March 2017. Voter-verified paper audit trail machi ...

2008 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election

The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election of 2008 took place in a single phase on 3 March 2008 to elect the Members of the Legislative Assembly from each of the 60 Assembly Constituencies in Meghalaya, India. Counting of votes happened on 7 Mar ...

2018 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election

The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election was held on February 27th, 2018 to elect 59 of 60 members to the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly, with the results declared on March 3rd. The scheduled election in Williamnagar constituency was delayed t ...

2018 Mizoram Legislative Assembly election

The legislative assembly election was held on 28 November 2018 to elect members of the 40 constituencies in Mizoram. Mizo National Front won 26 seats in the election. This was the first time that Congress does not have any government in any of th ...

2018 Nagaland Legislative Assembly election

The Nagaland Legislative Assembly election, 2018 was held on 27 February 2018 in 59 out of 60 constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Nagaland. The scheduled election in Northern Angami II constituency did not take place as only incumbent M ...

1957 Odisha Legislative Assembly election

The elections were held for 140 seats of 101 constituencies. 62 constituencies were single-member while 39 constituencies were two-member constituencies. Out of 101 constituencies, 25 were reserved for Scheduled Caste, while 18 were reserved for ...

1971 Odisha Legislative Assembly election

Three national parties, Communist Party of India, Indian National Congress and Swatantra Party along with the state party Utkal Congress took part in the assembly election. Congress party emerged again as the winner by winning 40% of the seats wi ...

1974 Odisha Legislative Assembly election

Three national parties, Communist Party of India, Indian National Congress and Swatantra Party along with the state party Utkal Congress took part in the assembly election. Congress party emerged again as the winner by winning 50% of the seats wi ...