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UP civic polls: BJP tampered with EVMs, alleges Mayawati

Uttar Pradesh, Dec 2 : Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Saturday alleged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) tampered with the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in the Uttar Pradesh civil body polls. “The BJP has tampered with the EVMs in the assembly elections of 2017, as they did back in 2014. Even in these

Civic poll results, an eye-opener for everyone: UP CM

Uttar Pradesh, Dec. 01, : The results of the Uttar Pradesh civic polls are an eye opener for everyone, according to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday. His statement comes after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was poised to shine in the civic polls after the initial results and trends. Addressing a press conference here,

BJP launches manifesto

BJP launches manifesto to woo voters ahead of civic polls

Lucknow, Nov 12, BJP launches manifesto to woo voters ahead of civic polls : Ahead of urban local body polls in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP today came out with its ‘Sankalp Patra’ or election manifesto, promising free WiFi at prominent public places and “pink toilets” for women. The Sankalp Patra was launched at the UP

Nepal-India Border seals ahead of civic polls

Nepal-India Border seals ahead of civic polls

In view of the first municipal elections in Nepal, India-Nepal border will be sealed for two days from tomorrow, so that no anti-social elements can cross the border and make any kind of rift in the elections.Maharajganj Deputy Commissioner VK Singh said that a decision has been taken to seal the boundary at a high

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Bengal civic polls, test for BJP and TMC today

Seven West Bengal municipalities will be voting in new representatives in local body polls scheduled for today. Polls will be held in four municipalities in the northern Bengal hills — Darjeeling, Kurseong and Mirik Notified Area Authority in Darjeeling district and Kalimpong in the newly formed Kalimpong district.In North Bengal, until now Trinamool has won only with

Captain Amarinder Singh

Congress president should be elected by consensus, opines Capt Amarinder

The new Congress president should be appointed through consensus and not election as it helps to bind the party and Rahul Gandhi is certainly up to it, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Sunday.He also said that it was up to Sonia Gandhi whether she will continue as party chief for another term