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Raman wins from Rajnandgaon by over 32,000 votes

Rajnandgaon, December 8, 2008: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today defeated his nearest rival and Congress candidate by over 32,000 votes from Rajnandgaon constituency.

The BJP candidate Singh got 77230 votes when his nearest rival and Congress candidate Udai Mudliyar managed 44841 votes and the Election Commission has declared Singh elected by a margin of 32,389 votes.

Twelve other candidates were also in the fray and one of the candidates got the lowest 88 votes where as the highest got 2879 from the dozen aspirants, Election Officials said

EC declares Assembly polls in Tripura on Feb 16, Nagaland, Meghalaya Feb 27


New Delhi, January 18, 2023: The Election Commission of India today declared election schedule for three north eastern states namely Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya. The

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Congress retains Bhanupratappur seat


Kanker, December 08, 2022: Congress today retained the Bhanupratappur assembly segment by defeating the BJP with over 21 thousand votes. Savitri Mandavi of Congress defe

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