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Rampur

Year Voter Turnout Percentage Winner Candidate Percentage Party Runnerup Candidate Percentage Party
2002 46.03 MOHD. AZAM KHAN 58.28 SP AFROZ ALI KHAN 28.33 INC 
1996 61.77 AFROZ ALI KHAN 43.08 INC MOHAMMAD AZAM KHAN 34.42 SP 
1993 62.6 M. AZAM KHAN 30.53 SP AFROZ ALI KHAN 30.08 JD 
1991 50.34 MOHAMMAD AZAM KHAN 27.85 JP JOGESH CHANDRA ARORA 25.16 BJP 
1989 50.42 MUHAMMAD AZAM KHAN 45.98 JD AFROZE ALI KHAN 42.94 INC 
1985 56.13 MOHAMMAD AZAM KHAN 40.3 LKD AFROZ ALI KHAN 19.76 INC 
1980 47.58 MOHD. AZAM KHAN 27.97 JNP(SC) MANZOOR ALI KHAN 26.19 IND 
1977 51.21 MANZOOR ALI KHAN ALIAS SHANNU KHAN 55.91 INC MOHAMMAD AZAM KHAN 42.93 JNP 


UP Elections: 52% polling recorded till 3pm

Seventh and final phase polling for Uttar Pradesh assembly elections covering 60 constituencies began today with 51.90 per cent of voters exercising their franchise till 3pm. The final phase today is in the western part and Terai region of the...

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Police raided on Jayaprada’s hotel, alleges conspiracy

The UP Police a raided on actress-turned-politician Jayaprada when she was at a hotel in Rampur on Thursday. The police claimed it was a routine check to see whether she and others like her had illegally stocked up cash. The...

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India Elections : BJP manifesto promises Income Tax exemption up to Rs 3 lakh

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its Lok Sabha election manifesto on Friday in New Delhi promising to deal with the scourge of terror with an iron hand and also announced a host of populist measures if voted to power. The Bharatiya...

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India Elections : Govinda not to contest Election

Congress MP and Bollywood actor Govinda is not seeking a ticket from Mumbai North constituency for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. The BJP has fielded former union minister Ram Naik from the same constituency. Bollywood actor-MP Govinda will not stand for...

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India Elections : Complete Schedule of Lok Sabha Elections 2009

The Election commission on Monday announced dates for the 15th Lok Sabha elections , which will be held in five phases from April 16 to May 13. Lok Sabha poll schedule: 1st phase: April 16, 2009 (124 seats) 2nd phase: April 23, 2009(141...

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