NCP candidates list 2019: Sharad Pawar's party announces first list for Maharashtra Assembly polls; here's a look at candidates from Beed district
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Wednesday, (<strong>19 September</strong>) announced his party’s first list of five candidates — all from Beed district — for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly elections.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Poll timings of 51 seats that vote in Phase 5 today; guide to state-wise and constituency-wise list of candidates
Phase 5 of Lok Sabha election 2019 is set to take place today (Monday, 6 May), across seven states in 51 parliamentary constituencies. Some seats of Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal will vote in this phase.
Congress releases fourth list of 13 candidates for Telangana election, as 'grand alliance' remains split on seat sharing
The Congress is heading a four-party alliance in Telangana called the Mahakutami, and has left 24 seats for its three allies — Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) and Communist Party of India.
The "grand alliance" comprises the Congress, the TDP, the CPI and the Telangana Jana Samiti (TJS). The total number of assembly segments in the state is 119.
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Ahead of Narendra Modi's tour of state, BJP announces sixth candidate list
On Monday, the BJP released the sixth and final list for the Gujarat Assembly election that will take place in two phases next month
The Congress party on Sunday released its second list of seven candidates for the upcoming Goa Assembly polls, taking the number of candidates finalised so far to 34 of the 40 assembly seats.
The BJP on Thursday released its first list of 17 candidates for the Punjab Assembly elections on 4 February.
With just a little over a month left for the Assembly polls in Kerala, the election scene is heating up with Congress-led ruling UDF, CPM-headed LDF and BJP alliance declaring their candidates
There are just than three weeks to go for the Delhi polls, but the BJP is yet to come out with a list of candidates. This has left the party’s workers and local level leaders in a state of confusion.