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Nagaland By-Elections 2014



Assembly Consistuency No.Name of Assembly ConsistuencyPolling dateCounting of Votes Date
11Northern Angami-II (ST) Wednesday, 15th October 2014Sunday, 19th October 2014


Nagaland Result 2013
Status Known For 59 out of 60 Constituencies
PartyWonLeadingTotal
Bharatiya Janata Party101
Indian National Congress808
Nationalist Congress Party404
Janata Dal (United)101
Naga Peoples Front38038
Others707


 
List of the Constituencies in Nagaland
 
1. Dimapur-I
2. Dimapur-II
3. Dimapur-III
4. Ghaspani-I
5. Ghaspani-II
6. Tening
7. Peren
8. Western Angami
9. Kohima Town
10. Northern Angami-I
11. Northern Angami-II
12. Tseminyu
14. Southern Angami-I
15. Southern Angami-II
13. Pughoboto
16. Pfutsero
17. Chizami
18. Chazouba
19. Phek
20. Meluri
21. Tuli
22. Arkakong
23. Impur
24. Angetyongpang
25. Mongoya
26. Aonglenden
27. Mokokchung Town
28. Koridang
29. Jangpetkong
30. Alongtaki


 



     


     

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