Monday, January 19, 2015

Election of 2015

Election of 2015
xc


xc
cx

cx
cx
cx

xc

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Political Parties

Indian National Congress party


Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum
 
Leader: Sonia Gandhi Founded: 1885
Main Office: 24, Akbar Road, New Delhi - 110011
Alliance: United Progressive
Alliance Ideology: Social Democratic/Populist, center-left
Publications: Congress Sandesh

Bharatiya Janata Party


Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum
 
Leader: Rajnath Singh
Founded: 1980
Main Office: 11, Ashoka Road, New Delhi - 110001
Alliance: National Democratic Alliance
Ideology: Hindutva (Hindu nationalism), Center-right, Conservatism

Nationalist Congress Party


Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum
 
Leader: Sharad Pawar
Founded: 1999
Main Office: 10, Bishambhar Das Marg, New Delhi - 110001
Alliance: United Progressive Alliance
Ideology: Populist

Shiv Sena


Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum
 
Leader: Bal Thackeray
Founded: 1966
Main Office: Sena Bhavan, Mumbai
Alliance: National Democratic Alliance
Ideology: Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) and Bhumiputra Publications: 'Saamnaa'

Political parties in Pune


Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum
 
Indian National Congress Party
Leader: Sonia Gandhi
Indian National Congress Party,
Bharatiya Janata Party
Leader: Rajnath Singh
Bharatiya Janata Party
Nationalist Congress Party
Leader: Sharad Pawar
Nationalist Congress Party
Shiv Sena
Leader: Bal Thackeray
Shiv Sena
Communist Party of India
Leader: A.B. Bardhan
Communist Party of India
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
Leader: Raj Thakare
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
Bahujan Samaj Party
Leader: Mayawati Kumari
Samajwadi Party
Leader: Mulayam Singh Yadav
 
Bhaa. Ri. Pa. Bahujan Mahasangh
Leader: Prakash Ambedkar



Political parties in Pune

Political parties in Pune
Find Location of the ward , Discuss issues in forum

 
Indian National Congress Party
Leader: Sonia Gandhi
Indian National Congress Party,
Bharatiya Janata Party
Leader: Rajnath Singh
Bharatiya Janata Party
Nationalist Congress Party
Leader: Sharad Pawar
Nationalist Congress Party
Shiv Sena
Leader: Bal Thackeray
Shiv Sena
Communist Party of India
Leader: A.B. Bardhan
Communist Party of India
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
Leader: Raj Thakare
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
Bahujan Samaj Party
Leader: Mayawati Kumari
Samajwadi Party
Leader: Mulayam Singh Yadav
 
Bhaa. Ri. Pa. Bahujan Mahasangh
Leader: Prakash Ambedkar

2007 Election Wards (Pune)

A B C
Agakhan Palace
Agam mandir katraj
Agriculture College
Anand nagar Hingane khurd
Aundh gaon
Aundh I. T. I.
Balaji nagar
Baner Balewadi
Bharati vidyapeeth
Bibwewadi gaon
Bopodi
Bundgarden
Central Office of state Government
Chaitanya nagar dhanakawadi
Chaturshringi Temple
Chavan nagar
Chhatrapati shivaji marketyard
City post
 

D E F G
DAD Colony
Dahanukar colony
Dandekar bridge - duttawadi
Deccan College
Deccan Gymkhana
Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital
Dhanakawadi Ambegaon Pathar
Dhankawadi gaon
Dhanori
Doke talim
Don Bosco High School
Dr. Homi Bhabha Hospital
Dr. Kotnis Dispensary
Dr. Naidu Hospital
Ekbote colony
Fergusson college
Ganesh Peth gurudwara
General arunkumar vaidya Stadium
Ghorpade udyan
Gliding centre
Gokhale Nagar
Gurunanak nagar
 
H I J K
Hadapasar Industrial Estate
Hadapsar gaon
Happy colony
Harka nagar
Hingane stree shikshan sanstha
Ideal colony
Janta vasahat
Juna Bazar
Kalas - Vishrantwadi
kale padap - hadapsar
Kamal Nayan Bajaj Garden
Kamala Nehru Hospital
Kasba Ganpati
katraj gaon
Kharadi Gaon
Kharadi Infotech Park
Kirloskar Oil Engines
Kishkindha nagar
Kondhawa khurd
kondhwa budruk
Koregaon Park
Kothrud Gaon
 
L M
Law college
Lohiya nagar
Lohogaon Airport
Magarpatta Hadapsar
Mahadaji shinde chattri
Maharshi nagar
Maharshi karve nagar
Mahatma Phule Mandai
Mahatma Phule Smarak
( samata bhumi )

Mahatma Society Kothrud
Major Tathawade Udyan
Manikbaug
Mithanagar
Mitramandal colony
Model Colony
Modern College
Mohammad wadi
Mundhawa gaon

Wagholi gram panchayat Pune

Wife is gram panchayat chairperson, husband the deputy TOI 30 Dec 2012, 11:52 IST

For, in an unprecedented election, Vijayalakshmi has won the chairman’s post of Anandur Gram Panchayat in Mysore taluk, while her husband NB Manju has been picked as vice-chairman.
Crores siphoned under govt plans, report sought TOI 24 Jan 2013, 10:43 IST

Commissioner, Devipatan, has ordered the district magistrates of all the four districts in the division to initiate an inquiry into alleged bungling of crores of rupees under the Rashtriya Swaraj Yojna and Pichhda Kshetra Nidhi.
65 per cent gram panchayats in Bihar have no secondary schools TOI 27 Feb 2013, 15:33 IST


an indication of shortage of academic infrastructure in Bihar, about two-third of all gram panchayats did not have secondary schools, a minister admitted on Tuesday.

Maharashtra Election status of Year 2012

Pune (152)

Though NCP today suffered a big blow in Pune as its candidate and also the city mayor Mohansingh Rajpal lost to his BJP rival.

But despite the Congress and NCP contesting separately, the two together secured 79 seats in the 152-member corporation, two more than required for majority.

While NCP led the tally with 51 seats, Congress got 28. The BJP secured 26 seats and Shiv Sena 15. The MNS secured 29 seats.

Ganesh Bidkar (BJP), who was chairman of the standing committee in the outgoing house, defeated Rajpal by 1,264 votes.

In the last poll when Pune had a 144-member municipal body, NCP was the largest party with 48 seats, followed by Congress (42), BJP (24), Shiv Sena (21) and MNS just seven.



Mumbai (227)

The biggest triumph for the saffron alliance came in the cash-rich Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, which it has controlled since 1996, where it frustrated state's ruling Congress-NCP combine's efforts to wrest power.

The victory in the 227-member BMC, whose budget of 21,000 crore far exceeds that of many states, came despite Congress forging an alliance with NCP for the first time for the civic body election, in order to avoid a split in secular votes. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan had assiduously pursued an alliance with his party's fractious ally which at one stage threatened to walk out of alliance talks.

Though the magic figure of 114 eluded the saffron alliance--Shiv Sena 75 and BJP 32 -- in the 227-member Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, by just seven seats, it would hardly find it difficult to secure a majority with the help of independents and smaller parties which have secured 28 seats.

While the Congress secured 50 seats, NCP finished with just 14. Raj Thackeray's MNS did remarkably well with 28 seats, up 21 seats it got in 2007.

Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan called the result as "surprising" and conceded defeat. "The result is surprising...unexpected. We tried to consolidate secular votes but could not meet with desired outcome," Chavan told reporters.

In 2007 polls, Shiv Sena had won 84 seats and BJP 28, but obtained a majority with the help of four independents, taking their tally to 116.

Fighting separately, Congress had won 75 seats and NCP 14. Raj Thackeray's Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS) won 7 seats and Samajwadi Party 7

Nasik (122)

The 122-member Nashik corporation is all set to have a hung House with no party or combine near the 62 seats required for a majority. While the MNS has pocketed the largest number of 40 seats, The Congress-NCP combine has got 36 and Sena-BJP-RPI alliance 35.

It will be interesting to see if MNS supports any of the two major blocs in securing a majority or insists on having their backing for a majority of its own. The role of Independents and others who have bagged 11 seats will be crucial.

BJP candidate Dr Rahul Aher was declared elected. He defeated nearest rival, NCP's Gokul Pingle by a margin of 100 votes.

Sitting BJP corporator Seema Mahesh Hiray was also declared elected.

In 2007, when Nashik had a 108-member corporation, Shiv Sena had led the tally with 26 seats and ally BJP 14. The alliance had secured a majority with the help of independents and others who had 18 seats. Congress had 22, NCP 16 and MNS 12 in the outgoing House.

Pimpri-Chinchwad (128)

Sharad Pawar’s NCP today got a clear majority here by clinching as many as 84 seats whereas its alliance partner Congress won in 15. Shiv Sena won 13, BJP won in 3 seats while MNS tasted success in 4 seats.

Shiv Sena-BJP together bagged 26 seats and Independents and others 9 seats, in the 128-strong house.

Nagpur (145)

In a major setback for ruling BJP, its outgoing Mayor Archana Dehankar and Deputy Mayor Shekhar Sawarbandhe of Shiv Sena have lost to Congress nominees in their respective seats, as counting of votes for Nagpur Municipal Corporation is still underway.

Congress candidates Harshada Sabde and Prashant Dhawad defeated Dehankar and Sawarbandhe respectively.

In Nagpur, the Sena-BJP combine has emerged as the largest bloc with 68 seats but still five short of a simple majority. The Congress has won 41 seats and NCP 6, well behind the saffron alliance.

Nagpur, the RSS headquarters, had a 135-member corporation in 2007 with BJP the largest party with 55 seats and Shiv Sena 8. While Congress had 33 seats, NCP had 8. BSP had 4 seats, RJD 3, MNS 2, RPI 2 and independents and others 20. 

Prabhag / Ward No. Pune

Prabhag / Ward No. 01 Rekha C. Tingare (NCP) Anil V. Tingare (NCP )
Prabhag / Ward No. 02 Mahindra Pathare (NCP) Sangita Pathare (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 03 Usha Kalamkar (NCP) Mahadev Pathare (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 04 Sunanda Devkar (RPI) Siddharth Dhende (RPI)
Prabhag / Ward No. 05 Sunita Salunke (MNS) Satish Mhaske (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 06 Archana Kambale (MNS) Prakash Dhore (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 07 Shashikala Gayakawad (INC) Kailaas Gayakawad (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 08 Chandrakant Urfa Sunny Nimhan (INC) Sangita Gayakawad (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 09 Ranjana Murkute (NCP) Baburao Chandere (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 10 Rohini Chimate (NCP) Sushama Nimhan (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 11 Sharada Orase (NCP) Dattatray Bahirat (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 12 Nilam Kulkarni (MNS) Dattatray Pawar (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 13 Aasha Sane (MNS) Reshma Bhosale (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 14 Bhagyashree Gawali (RPI) Sanjay Bhosale (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 15 Shashikala Aarade (INC) Kishor Vitkar (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 16 Sunil Gogale (NCP) Sheetal Sawant (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 17 Minal Sarwade (NCP) Bapurao Karne (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 18 Sunita Galade (INC) Yogesh Mulik (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 19 Sachin Bhagat (SS) Suman Pathare (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 20 Chanchala Kodre (NCP) Bandu Gayakwad (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 21 Rajendra Wagaskar (MNS) Vanita Wagaskar (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 22 Lata Rajguru (INC) Pradip Gaykwad (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 23 Ajay Tayade (MNS) Sangita Tikone (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 24 Nilima Dattatray Khade (BJP) Balasaheb Bodake (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 25 Nita Manjalkar (SS) Mukari Algude (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 26 Aswini Jadhav (INC) Dipak Mankar (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 27 Vaishali Marathe (INC) Adv. Ramchandra Kadam (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 28 Jayashri Marane (MNS) Kishor Shinde (MSN)
Prabhag / Ward No. 29 Shankar Kemse (NCP) Pushpa Kanojiya (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 30 Bhagyashree Dangat (MNS) Sachin Dodake (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 31 Dilip Barate (INC) Lakshmi Dudhane(NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 32 Surekha Makwan (MNS) Rajesh Barate (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 33 Yogesh Mokate (SS) Sangita Deshpande (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 34 Pruthviraj Sutar (SS) Monika Mohol (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 35 Prashant Badhe (SS) Medha Kulkarni (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 36 Anil Rane (MNS) Madhuri Sahastrabuddhe (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 37 Hemant Rasane (BJP) Mukta Tilak (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 38 Anita Dakhawe (MNS) Ravindra Dhangekar (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 39 Sonam Zende (SS) Ganesh Bidkar (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 40 Kalpana Bahirat (MNS) Arvind Shinde (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 41 Prashant Mhaske (INC) Surekha Kavade (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 42 Vijaya Kapre (NCP) Anand Alkunte (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 43 Chetan Tupe (NCP) Ranjana Pawar (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 44 Vaishali Bankar (NCP) Vijay Deshmukh (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 45 Pramod Bhangire (SS) Vijaya Wadkar (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 46 Satish Londhe (INC) Kavita Shivarkar (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 47 Sudhir Janjyot (INC) Jilehuma Khan (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 48 Rajashree Andekar (NCP) Udaykant Andekar (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 49 Sunanda Gadale (INC) Milind Kachi (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 50 Rupali Patil (MNS) Dilip Kalokhe (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 51 Dhanjay Jadhav (BJP) Manisha Ghate (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 52 Vinayak Hanamghar (NCP) Manisha Bodake (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 53 Manjusha Nagpure (BJP) Shrikant Jagtap (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 54 Yugandhara Chakankar (MNS) Rajulaaygude (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 55 Sangita Kudale (NCP) Vikas Dangat (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 56 Rahul Tupere (MNS) Priya Gadade (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 57 Smita Vaste (BJP) Ashok Haranaawal (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 58 Pratibha Dhamali (BJP) Ashok Yenpure (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 59 Sushila Netake (MNS) Vishnu Harihar (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 60 Hina Rafik Momin (NCP) Avinash Bagwe (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 61 Nanda Lonkar (NCP) Prashant Jagtap (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 62 Sangita Thosar (BJP) Yogesh Tilekar (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 63 Bharat Chaudhari (SS) Arti Babar (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 64 Shrinath Bhimale (BJP) Kavita Vairage (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 65 Pandurang Kambale (BJP) Kamal Vyavahare (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 66 Manisha Chorbele (BJP) Adv. Abhay Chajed (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 67 Ulhaasa Urfa Aba Bagul (INC) Ashwini Kadam (Other)
Prabhag / Ward No. 68 Usha Jagtap (NCP) Suhas Jagtap (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 69 Varsha Tapkir (BJP) Shivalal Bhosale (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 70 Rajendra Shilimkar (BJP) Asmita Shinde (MNS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 71 Sunil Kambale (BJP) Mansi Deshpande (BJP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 72 Dinesh Dhadave (NCP) Dipali Oswal (SS)
Prabhag / Ward No. 73 Dattatray Dhankavade (NCP) Suvarna Paygude (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 74 Mohini Devkar (NCP) Vishal Tambe (NCP)
Prabhag / Ward No. 75 Kalpana Thorwe (SS) Abhijit Kadam (INC)
Prabhag / Ward No. 76 Bharati Kadam (NCP) Vasant More (MNS)