Chief ministers by state
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  • 1. Chief Ministers by State<br />No'State & CapitalNameTook OfficePartyListAge1Andhra PradeshNallari Kiran Kumar Reddy2011-01-01Indian National Congressall502Arunachal PradeshJarbom Gamlin2011-05-05Indian National Congressall553AssamTarun Kumar Gogoi2001-05-17Indian National Congressall744BiharNitish Kumar*2005-10-24Janata Dal (United)all595ChhattisgarhRaman Singh2003-12-07Bharatiya Janata Partyall586National Capital Territory of Delhi†Sheila Dikshit1998-12-03Indian National Congressall727GoaDigambar Kamat2007-06-08Indian National Congressall568GujaratNarendra Modi2001-10-07Bharatiya Janata Partyall609HaryanaBhupinder Singh Hooda2005-03-05Indian National Congressall6310Himachal PradeshPrem Kumar Dhumal2008-01-01Bharatiya Janata Partyall6611Jammu & KashmirOmar Abdullah*2009-01-05Jammu & Kashmir National Conferenceall4012JharkhandArjun Munda *2010-09-11Bharatiya Janata Partyall4213KarnatakaDV Sadananda Gowda2011-08-03Bharatiya Janata Partyall5814KeralaOommen Chandy*2011-05-18Indian National Congressall6715Madhya PradeshShivraj Singh Chauhan2005-11-29Bharatiya Janata Partyall5116MaharashtraPrithviraj Chavan2010-11-11Indian National Congressall6417ManipurOkram Ibobi Singh2002-03-02Indian National Congressall6218MeghalayaMukul Sangma2010-04-20Indian National Congressall4519MizoramLal Thanhawla2008-12-07Indian National Congressall6820NagalandNeiphiu Rio*2008-03-12Nagaland People's Frontall6021OrissaNaveen Patnaik2000-03-05Biju Janata Dalall6422Puducherry†N. Rangaswamy2011-05-16All India NR Congressall6023PunjabParkash Singh Badal*2007-02-28Shiromani Akali Dalall8324RajasthanAshok Gehlot2008-12-12Indian National Congressall5925SikkimPawan Kumar Chamling1994-12-12Sikkim Democratic Frontall6026Tamil NaduJ. Jayalalitha2011-05-16All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagamall6327TripuraManik Sarkar1998-03-11Communist Party of India (Marxist)all6128UttarakhandB.C. Khanduri2011-09-11Bharatiya Janata Partyall7629Uttar PradeshMayawati2007-05-13Bahujan Samaj Partyall5530West BengalMamata Banerjee2011-05-20All India Trinamool Congressall56<br />† Union Territories * Coalition government<br />[edit]By party<br />Indian state governments led by various political parties as of May 2011<br />As of 2011, this is the current list of parties that hold power to the number of states.<br />PartyNumber of States/Territories wonStates/TerritoriesCurrent coalition (2011)Indian National Congress13Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam,Goa, Haryana, Maharastra, Manipur,Meghalaya, Mizoram, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Kerala, Delhi*United Progressive AllianceBharatiya Janata Party10Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh,Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh,  HYPERLINK "" o "Uttarakhand" Uttarakhand,Jharkhand, Nagaland, Bihar, PunjabNational Democratic AllianceCommunist Party of India (Marxist)1TripuraThird FrontBahujan Samaj Party1Uttar PradeshThird FrontBiju Janata Dal1OrissaThird FrontSikkim Democratic Front1SikkimAll India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam1Tamil NaduThird FrontAll India Trinamool Congress1West BengalUnited Progressive AllianceAll India N.R Congress1PondicherryThird Front<br />United Progressive Alliance is in power in 14 states, National Democratic Alliance is in power in 10 states, and the Third Front is in power in 5 states. The Sikkim Democratic Front, an unaligned political party, is in power in the tiny hill state of Sikkim.<br />