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March 24, 2003

Following West Bengal, the Bihar assembly unanimously adopted a resolution against continuing US-led strikes on Iraq.
March 1, 2003

The Congress' Anita Verma wins from Hamirpur while Himachal Speaker Ghulab Singh Thakur of BJP lost in Joginder Nagar.
December 15, 2002

In spite of the saffron wave, at least nine senior BJP ministers, including former CM Suresh Mehta, and assembly Speaker ...
December 15, 2002

CM Narendra Modi won Maninagar seat, defeating his Cong rival Yatin Oza by a margin of 75,331 votes in the Gujarat Assem ...
December 7, 2003

Raman Singh today took oath as the new Chief Minister after his party's landslide victory in assembly polls.
March 9, 2004

The BJP on Tuesday said it would contest the ensuing Assembly and Lok Sabha elections jointly with the ruling Sikkim Dem ...
April 20, 2004

Yashwant Sinha became the first Union minister in Jharkhand to cast his vote in Hazaribag as soon as polling began this ...
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April 4, 2004

The Gujarat BJP today said the results of December 2002 assembly polls show that there is clean sway of voters towards t ...
April 20, 2004

Polling for the first phase of elections to 21 Lok Sabha and 147 assembly constituencies in AP began amidst tight securi ...
April 20, 2004

Orissa CM Naveen Patnaik has said his Govt's decision to recommend dissolution of the state Assembly for holding simulta ...
April 2, 2004

P.M.Sayeed, deputy speaker, had created history in the last General election when he was elected to the Lok Sabha for th ...
April 20, 2004

Amid tight security arrangements, polling began on a dull note for the 11 LS seats and two assembly by-polls.
April 20, 2004

Polling for the first phase of LS and assembly elections in Karnataka began on April 20 on a brisk note, with hundreds q ...
April 3, 2004

The BJP released a fresh list of three candidates for the coming Lok Sabha polls besides 19 nominees for the Karnataka A ...
April 18, 2004

In a scheme, 1.90 lakh poll personnel were covered by insurance with maximum amount of Rs ten lakh in the event of their ...
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