Who won 2010 election in India?
The Janata Dal (United) was the largest party in the assembly after the 2005 election, and co-ruled with the Bharatiya Janata Party as part of the National Democratic Alliance. The incumbent chief minister was Nitish Kumar.
Which party was in power in India in 2009?
The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) led by the Indian National Congress formed the government after winning a majority of seats, with strong results in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
Who was the ruling party in India in 2008?
|1||Indian National Congress||43|
|2||Bharatiya Janata Party||23|
|3||Bahujan Samaj Party||2|
Who won 2004 election in India?
2004 Indian general election
|Leader||Sonia Gandhi||Atal Bihari Vajpayee|
|Leader since||19 March 1998||16 May 1996|
Who was ruling India in 2012?
The counting was held on 20 December 2012. The BJP have held a majority in the state since 1995 and went to the election under the leadership of Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The Indian National Congress was the main opposition, but did not specified a chief ministerial candidate.
Who was ruling India in 2007?
The Indian National Congress won by a simple majority. A Congress-led coalition government was sworn in on 1 March 2007 with Okram Ibobi Singh as the Chief Minister.
Who ruled India in 2013?
The BJP emerged as the single-largest party, closely followed by the debutant Aam Aadmi Party. The Indian National Congress party, which governed the state for the last three consecutive terms, finished third.
Was launched in the year 2014?
A new state of Telangana was formed. Also in 2014, Mars Orbiter Mission of India successfully entered Mars orbit.
|2014 state elections in India||State||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Preceding Party||Indian National Congress|
|Preceding Chief Minister||Nabam Tuki|
|New elected party||Indian National Congress|
Who was in power in India 2006?
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M))-led Left Democratic Front beat the incumbent Indian National Congress-led United Democratic Front by a margin of 56 seats (out of a total of 140 seats).