Chief Ministers of Arunachal Pradesh

1. Prem Khandu Thungan 13 August, 1975 to 18 September, 1979 Indian National Congress
2. Tomo Riba 18 September 1979 3 November 1979 People’s Party of Arunachal Pradesh
3. Gegong Apang 18 January, 1980 to 19 January, 1999 Indian National Congress,Arunachal Congress
4. Mukut Mithi 19 January, 1999 to 3 August, 2003 Arunachal Congress (Mithi), Indian National Congress
5. Gegong Apang 3 August 2003 to 9 April 2007 United Democratic Front, Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress
6. Dorjee Khandu 9 April 2007 to 25 October, 2009 Indian National Congress
7. Dorjee Khandu 25 October, 2009 to till date Indian National Congress

Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2009 : Congress set to retain power in Arunachal Pradesh

The ruling Congress party in Arunachal Pradesh will form the next government for the second straight term, having already won 38 of 60 assembly seats as counting of votes progressed on Thursday. The Congress is leading in two more seats, according...

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Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2009 : Congress won 11 seats in Arunachal Pradesh

The ruling Congress surged ahead in Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday winning 11 seats and leading in 10 others as counting of votes progressed to pick a new 60-member legislature....

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Counting for Assembly polls in 3 states to start tomorrow

Counting of votes in Assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will be taken up tomorrow. Considered the first crucial test of popularity for major political parties after the Lok Sabha polls, the elections in the three states were held...

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Congress ahead : According to Exit polls

Indians voted for state legislative assemblies Tuesday in what was seen as the first major test of the ruling alliance's popularity after the April-May general elections. An unexpectedly high 60% voter turnout in Maharashtra, a higher 68% turnout in Haryana and...

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EC directed the CEO of Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh

The Election Commission has directed the Chief Electoral Officers of Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh, where State Assembly elections will be held on October 13, to ensure compliance with its instructions that there would be no campaign within the constituency...

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Campaigning ends for Tuesday’s assembly polls

Campaigning ended on Sunday for the October 13 Assembly polls in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh, being seen as the first key test of popularity for major political parties after the Lok Sabha elections. The over four week-long canvassing saw top...

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Election Commission bans opinion and exit polls

Publication and dissemination of results of opinion and exit polls of assembly polls in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will be banned from tomorrow till the end of polling, the Election Commission said. The ban period would start from 3 PM...

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Campaigning for assembly polls on Oct 13 to end this evening

Campaigning will come to an end today evening for the assembly elections scheduled to be held on October 13 in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh. All parties have thrown their strength into election campaign. Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi will be addressing...

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India Elections : EC relaxed the model code in states where elections completed

The Election Commission Monday said it has partially relaxed the application of model code of conduct in the states where parliamentary elections have been completed. The relaxation would now enable ministers to review implementation of ongoing development programmes in the states...

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