Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh

1. Pt. Ravishankar Shukla 1 Nov 1956 to 31 Dec 1956 Indian National Congress
2. Bhagwantrao Mandloi 1 Jan 1957 to 30 Jan 1957 Indian National Congress
3. Kailash Nath Katju 31 Jan 1957 to 14 Mar 1957 Indian National Congress
4. Kailash Nath Katju 14 Mar 1957 to 11 Mar 1962 Indian National Congress
5. Bhagwantrao Mandloi 12 Mar 1962 to 29 Sep 1963 Indian National Congress
6. Dwarka Prasad Mishra 30 Sep 1963 to 8 Mar 1967 Indian National Congress
7. Dwarka Prasad Mishra 9 Mar 1967 to 29 Jul 1967 Indian National Congress
8. Govind Narayan Singh 30 Jul 1967 to 12 Mar 1969 Indian National Congress
9. Raja Nareshchandra Singh 13 Mar 1969 to 25 Mar 1969 Indian National Congress
10. Shyama Charan Shukla 26 Mar 1969 to 28 Jan 1972 Indian National Congress
11. Prakash Chandra Sethi 29 Jan 1972 to 22 Mar 1972 Indian National Congress
12. Prakash Chandra Sethi 23 Mar 1972 to 22 Dec 1975 Indian National Congress
13. Shyama Charan Shukla 23 Dec 1975 to 29 Apr 1977 Indian National Congress
14. Kailash Chandra Joshi 26 Jun 1977 to 17 Jan 1978 Janata Party
15. Virendra Kumar Saklecha 18 Jan 1978 to 19 Jan 1980 Janata Party
16. Sunderlal Patwa 20 Jan 1980 to 17 Feb 1980 Janata Party
17. Arjun Singh 8 Jun 1980 to 10 Mar 1985 Indian National Congress
18. Arjun Singh 11 Mar 1985 to 12 Mar 1985 Indian National Congress
19. Motilal Vora 13 Mar 1985 to 13 Feb 1988 Indian National Congress
20. Arjun Singh 14 Feb 1988 to 24 Jan 1989 Indian National Congress
21. Motilal Vora 25 Jan 1989 to 8 Dec 1989 Indian National Congress
22. Shyama Charan Shukla 9 Dec 1989 to 4 Mar 1990 Indian National Congress
23. Sunderlal Patwa 5 Mar 1990 to 15 Dec 1992 Bharatiya Janata Party
24. Jay Prakash Pandey 16 Dec 1992 to 6 Dec 1993
25. Digvijay Singh 7 Dec 1993 to 1 Dec 1998 Indian National Congress
26. Digvijay Singh 1 Dec 1998 8 Dec 2003 Indian National Congress
27. Uma Bharti 8 Dec 2003 to 23 Aug 2004 Bharatiya Janata Party
28. Babu Lal Gaur 23 Aug 2004 to 29 Nov 2005 Bharatiya Janata Party
29. Shivraj Singh Chouhan 23 Aug 2004 to 29 Nov 2005 November 29, 2005 to till date

India Elections : 55 percent polling in second phase

An estimated 55 percent of the 194 million electorate voted Thursday in the second phase of the Lok Sabha polls held across 12 states. The states which went to polls Thursday were Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka,...

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India Elections : Digvijay Singh warns BSP against harassing the Congress workers

Former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijay Singh sought to invoke the investigative agency’s fear to warn the ruling BSP against harassing his party’s workers in UP. The AICC general secretary’s threat, issued at an election rally held in Hardoi in central...

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India Elections : 2041 in fray for Phase II of LS polls

Duelling campaign for the April 23 round-two Lok Sabha elections in 141 constituencies ends today, leaving contestants including Rahul Gandhi, Sharad Pawar, Ramvilas Paswan and Sushma Swaraj to wait for voters to decide their fate. At the end of the second...

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NDA definitely cross the magic figure of 272 : Sushma Swaraj

BJP leader Sushma Swaraj on Monday expressed confidence that the NDA would definitely cross the magic figure of 272 in the Lok Sabha elections. Not only would the NDA get a majority on its own, the BJP would also emerge as...

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India Elections : List of BJP Candidates for Lok Sabha Election 2009

Sr No. State Constituency No. Constituency Candidate 1. Kerala 4 Wayanadu Shri C. Vasudevan Master 2. Kerala 9 Alathur (SC) Smt. M. Bindu 3. Kerala 13 Idukkin Shri Sreenagari Raja 4. Kerala 17 Pathanamthitta Shri B. Radhakrishna Menon 5. Kerala 18 Kollam Shri Vayakal Madhu 6. Orissa 2 Sundargarh (ST) Shri Jual Oram 7. Orissa 4 Keonjhar (ST) Shri Ananta Nayak 8. Orissa 5 Mayurbhanj (ST) Smt. Draupadi Murmu 9. Orissa 6 Balasore Shri M.A. Kharavel Swain 10. Orissa 10 Bolangir Smt. Sangeeta Singhdeo 11. Orissa 11 Kalahandi Shri Bikram Keshari Deo 12. Orissa 12 Nabarangpur (ST) Shri Parsuram Majhi 13. Andhra Pradesh 7 Malkajgiri Shri N. Indrasena Reddy 14. Andhra...

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BJP announces 46 more candidates for Lok Sabha Polls

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday finalised 46 seats from the four states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka. While the party fielded its senior leader Sushma Swaraj from Vidisha Lok Sabha seat from Madhya Pradesh, it nominated former...

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