2 edition of Indian elections, 1989. found in the catalog.
Indian elections, 1989.
|Series||South Asia ephemera collection., I-CLR-12.1|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche (o) 91/60339 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||91903624|
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Dates of elections / renewal (from/to): 22 November 26 November Purpose of elections: Elections were held for seats in the Lok Sabha on the normal expiry of the members’ term of office. Background and outcome of elections: 1989. book election dates were announced on 17 October The five-week campaign was marked by widespread Police and elections in India.
Trivandrum, Kerala, India: Indian Institute of Police Studies, (OCoLC) Online version: Alexander, P.J. Police and elections in India.
Trivandrum, Kerala, India: Indian Institute of Police Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P J Alexander It was the first ever election in the Indian Republic.
Elections were held for total number of eligible voters were about crore. The Indian National Congress (INC) won Only two other parties won double digit CPI with 16 seats and the Socialist Party with 12 seats. The Congress polled closed to 45% of the total - Buy An Undocumented Wonder: 1989.
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The Election Commission operates under the authority of Constitution per Articleand subsequently enacted Representation of Ratings and Ranking of indian constituencies, election results, comments and news?ID= Even if the state elections are ignored, the average swing for the BJP in – (weighted by size of the state electorate) was a large per cent; while for the Congress it was The Congress(I) is increasingly looking like a party without a leader and without a slogan.
Never has Rajiv Gandhi looked so alone, so lonely. He has lost his charismatic touch. His very voice, as it were. In contrast, Janata Dal's V.P. Singh, has proven to be a formidable campaigner.
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Elections have been rigged, puppet chief ministers have been installed by New Delhi and the might of the Indian state has been used to suppress a people. The jailing of Abdullah and the installation of Mohammad Bakshi is the first coup by India, as Mohammad Junaid points out, and the memories of that time were fresh in Elections were held to elect members from various states.
Members elected. The following members are elected in the elections held in They are members for the term and retire in yearexcept in case of the resignation or death before the ://.
(shelved 1 time as campaign-management-elections) avg rating — 20, ratings — published Indian General (Lok Sabha) Election Lok Sabha elections are held every five years in order to elect the next Prime Minister of India.
People vote for their preferred party and the candidate of the winning party goes on to represent the Prime Minister of our :// This book plays that role, and unwraps many a fascinating but hidden story behind the stale and often intimidating numbers and tables on Indian elections over decades.
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