Election 2019:Dates for creating history come out

Election Schedule:Long awaited dates, which will proliferate the rates of political pundits,astrologers,influential babas inter-alia others as election material dealers, slogan fabricators etc, have been announced by the EC of India. What auspicious parameters have been observed is best known to the EC. Leaving everything aside, enjoy religiously your right to exercise franchise that too is

Poll voters Poll aspirants begin to woo voters

HIMANI BAHUGUNA Chandigarh In a bid to scale up preparations for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP, Congress and AAP leaders in city have started organising public meetings in the colonies to woo large chunk of voters living in slums areas of the city. On Sunday, speaking at the public meetings as BJP city

Jind assembly Elections 100 years caste vote Jind assembly Elections: 100 years lady reach to caste vote among other voters, clash at Jalabad village

Ravinder Singh Malik Special Correspondent/Daily Post 110 years old lady ‘Sarifan’ reached to caste the vote at Jind assembly constituency elections in Haryana today morning. 31 percent voting took place in Jind till 11.30 am by the voters. Though up to 10:30am around 52 percent voters casted the vote. After the voting of elections today,

Karnataka Elections 2018 voting Karnataka Elections 2018 overview till 4:00pm

Picking up momentum, 37 percent voting was recorded in Karnataka up to 1 p.m. today in the 222 assembly constituencies. The Assembly polls, which began at 7 a.m. at 58,546 polling stations, each equipped with Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails (VVPATs), will conclude at 6 p.m. Earlier in the day, a faulty VVPAT machine was

Karnataka Polls 2018 votes K’taka polls: 10.6% voting recorded till 9 am

10.6 percent voting was recorded in two hours of polling in Karnataka, which began at 7 am on Saturday. The number of  bigwigs casted their votes in the morning hours only, while few others are still coming to cast their votes.  The polling, which began at 58,546 polling stations, each equipped with Electronic Voting Machines

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