Kanara Constituency, Mysore Loksabha Election 1957 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Kanara

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

W i n n e r

INC

ALVA JOACHIM PIADAD

118550

Runner up

PSP

DIVEKAR MAHA BALESHWAR RUDRA

62783

MARGIN :

55767

( 22.96% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

25-02-1957

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I. CANDIDATES

1.

NOMINATED

2. REJECTED

3.

WITHDRAWN

4.

CONTESTED

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. TOTAL

431122

431122

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. TOTAL

242867

242867

IV. VOTES

1. POLLED              242867 56.33% of Total Electors

2. VALID              242867


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Kanara Constituency, Mysore Loksabha Election 1962 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Kanara

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

JOACHIM PIEDAD ALVA

132958

Runner up

:

IND

MANOHAR DATTATRAY MALGAONKAR

113089

MARGIN

:

19869

( 6.98% of Total Valid Votes )

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

19-02-1962

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                                                            AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

298758

( 61.18%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

284569

3. REJECTED

14189

( 4.75%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I.CANDIDATES

1.NOMINATED

2.REJECTED

3.WITHDRAWN

4.CONTESTED

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

488300

0

488300

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

488300

0

488300

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

298758

0

298758

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

298758

0

298758

 


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Kanara Constituency, Mysore Loksabha Election 1967 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Kanara

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

IND

D. D. DATTATRAYA

143287

Runner up

:

INC

N. G. VAMAN

115490

MARGIN

:

27797

( 9.93% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

15-02-1967

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                                   AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

297779

( 64.24%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

280032

3. REJECTED

17747

( 5.96%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I.CANDIDATES

1.NOMINATED

2.REJECTED

3.WITHDRAWN

4.CONTESTED

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

463555

0

463555

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

463555

0

463555

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

297779

0

297779

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

297779

0

297779

 


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Kanara Constituency, Mysore Loksabha Election 1971 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Kanara

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

NAIK BALAKRISHNA VENKANNA

161296

Runner up :

IND

DINKAR DESAI

64517

MARGIN

:

96779 ( 40.70% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

3/4/1971

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

247689

( 50.15% of Total Electors)

2. VALID

237771

3. REJECTED

9918

( 4.00% of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

I. CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

8

1

9

2. REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

4

1

5

4. CONTESTED

4

0

4

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

2

0

2

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

251350

242558

493908

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

251350

242558

493908

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

140579

107110

247689

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

140579

107110

247689

 


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Shri Balakrishna Venkanna Naik Member of Parliament (MP) from Kanara (Mysore) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Balakrishna Venkanna Naik

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: Kanara (Mysore)

Lok Sabha Experience: 5

Fifth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile 

NAIK, SHRI B. V., M.Sc., (Agr.) (Cong.) Mysore-Kanara—1971, Son of late Shri V. H. Naik; b. in Distt. North Kanara; September 20, 1929; ed. in Bombay University, Banaras Hindu University and Uppsala University; m. August 26, 1950; 2 s.; Politician; was Joint Registrar of C.S. (Audit), Bangalore, of Mysore State, on the eve of his resignation from service to join public life.

Travels abroad.—Sweden and Western Europe.

Permanent address.—406, IIIrd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-11.

 


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Shri Dinker Desai Member of Parliament (MP) from Kanara (Mysore) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Dinker Desai

Political Party: Independents

Constituency & State: Kanara (Mysore)

Lok Sabha Experience: 4

4th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

DESAI SHRI DINKER, M.A., LL.B., Ind., (Mysore-Kanara-1967):  s. of Shri Dattatraya Desai; b. Ankola, September 10, 1909; ed. at Maharaja College, Mysore, St. Xaviers College and Government Law College, Bombay; m. Shrimati Indira, July 1, 1937; 2 d.; wholetime public worker; Life Member of the Servants of India Society; General Secretary, (i) Hind Mazdoor Sabha, (ii) Bombay Provincial Trade Union Congress, (iii) Social Service League, Bombay; General Secretary and then President, National Union of Sea-farers, Bombay; Chairman, Kanara Welfare Trust, Ankola; Attended I.L.O. Conference as Indian Labour Representative held in Denmark, 1945 and at Seattle, U.S.A., 1946; Member, Bombay Municipal Corporation 1948—61; Trustee, Bombay Port Trust for 10 years.

Accomplishments in letters, art and science:  Published four Books of Poetry in Kannada, Two of these books received prizes from the State Government.

Special interests:  Writing   poetry.

Travels abroad:  Denmark, U.S.A., Canada, U.K., France and Holland.

Books published:  (i) Primary Education in India, (ii) Maritime Labour in India, and (iii) History of the Chalukyan Period.

Permanent address:  Servants of India Society, Girgaum, Bombay-4. 


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Shri Joachim Alva Member of Parliament (MP) from Kanara (Mysore) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Joachim Alva

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: Kanara (Mysore)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2,3

Third Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile

ALVA, SHRI JOACHIM, B.A., L.LB., Cong., (Mysore—Kanara—1962):  S. of late Shri Piedade Salvadore Alva; B. at Udipi, Mysore January 21, 1907; ed. at St. Alaysius College, Mangalore; St. Xavier’s College, Elphinstone College and Law College, Bombay; m. Shrimati Violet Hari, M.A., L.LB., November 20, 1937; 2 S. and 1 D.; Advocate and Journalist; Participated in the agitation launched by the Bombay Youth League during Bardoli No Tax Campaign and Boycott of Simon Commission; Secretary, Bombay Students’ Brotherhood; Joint founder, Nationalist Christian Party, 1930; President, Bombay Congress “War Council”; Suffered imprisonment (twice) in 1932-33 and 1941; Gave up practice and entered journalism by starting ‘Forum’, 1943; Had securities levied thrice for editorials in ‘Forum’ specially for editorial “Halt this march to the Gallows” urging the reprieval of Chimur and Ashti Villagers in Madhya Pradesh, sentenced to the gallows in Quit India campaign; Prosecuted for sedition for the ‘Forum’ editorial “Settling Accounts” (with the British); Ex-Member, Standing Committee, All India Newspaper Editors’ conference; Sheriff of Bombay, 1949; Intervened and settled the Favre Leuba Watchmakers’ Strike in Bombay, 1934 and the First Air India Strike in Bombay, 1949; Member, Consultative Committee on Defence, External Affairs, 1950 and Finance, 1956; Twice Member, Executive Committee, Congress Parliamentary Party and Associate Member, A.I.C.C., 1956-57 and 1953; Member, Parliamentary Consultative Committees of External Affairs, Defence, Finance and Atomic Energy, 1957—61; Offered services as a postman in Bombay during the National strike of postmen and served in the Bombay General Post Office, 1960; Member, Indian Editors’ Delegation to Czechoslovakia (Sokol), 1948; Member, Indian Parliamentary Delegation to Turkey, 1955; visited the British Farnborough Air Show and also a British Submarine S. S. Thiel at Portsmouth, 1957; later visited aeronautical and automobile factories in France; As guest of the German Federal Government witnessed the General Election, 1957; Twice visited Poland on the invitation of the Inter-Parliamentary Union and Polish Union of International Affairs (1957-58); Toured the Soviet Union on the invitation of the Oriental Institute of Moscow, 1958; Visited United States of America during the Presidential Election, 1960 and also the U.N. during its most historic period when world celebrities met there along with India’s Prime Minister; Addressed Labour rally in Wales in late Aneurin Bevan’s Constituency and witnessed the British, bye-election, 1960; Had special audiences with two Popes at the Vatican, 1948 and I960; Member, Provisional Parliament, 1950—52; Member, First Lok Sabha, 1952—57 and Second Lok Sabha, 1957—62.

Accomplishment in letters, art and science:

(1) Declared best speaker of the year, St. Xavier’s College, Bombay, 1927.

(2) First Prize Winner of the Bombay Law College Extempore Speaking contest, 1928.

(3) Gold medallist and First Prize Winner of All India Inter-Collegiate Oratorical           Competitions, Banaras University, 1934.

Sports:  Riding, Tennis and Swimming.

Travels abroad:  Czechoslovakia, Turkey, France, Germany, Poland, U.S.S.R., Burma, China, Mongolia, U.S.A., British East Africa, Ethiopia, United Arab Republic, Iraq and Australia.

Publications:  Men and Supermen of Hindustan (Thackers).

Permanent address:  “Forum”, Bombay.

[Voting results at the Election:

Electorate: 4,87,061

Shri Joachim Alva                                        . .                             1,32,958

Shri M. D. Malgankar                                   . .                             1,13,089

Shri S. S. Bhat                                             . .                                18,792

Shri D. S. Shridhar                                       . .                                13,132

Shri Y. S. Damle                                           . .                                  6,598].


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