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ECI gives permission to various proposals

The Election Commission of India (ECI) today gave its nod for various proposals of Deputy Commissioner Officer, Jalandhar. Divulging further, the Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab Dr. S. Karuna Raju said that commission allowed award of purchase order for medicines/ consumables/ equipment etc. and continuance of procurement process for medicines/ consumables/ hospitals equipment etc. He further

ECI Gives Permission to forest clearance cases & cutting of trees

The Election Commission of India (ECI) today gave its permission for approval of forest clearance cases & cutting of trees of sanctioned National Highways, fixing of appointed date and start of work, float tenders, announcement of land acquisition award project sanctioned by Government of India. Disclosing this here today Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab Dr. S

ECI appoints Mr. Vikram Jeet Duggal as SSP Amritsar

Election Commissioner of India (ECI) today appoints Mr. Vikram Jeet Duggal, IPS as SSP Amritsar (Rural). Disclosing this here today Chief Electoral Officer Punjab Dr. S. Karuna Raju said that In compliance of the orders of Election Commission of India Mr. Mr. Vikram Jeet Duggal, IPS (Telangana- 2007 ) is posted as as SSP Amritsar

Distt administration starts special camp for 100 percent registration of new voters

Jalandhar, July 3 ( DP Correspondent) The Jalandhar district administration on Monday kicked off a month long special drive to ensure 100 percent registration of new voters, especially the youngsters between age group of 18-21 years.Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma said that during the previous revision of electoral rolls more than 45000 youngsters were left to

Jail-break effect: ECI to ensure fair polling

Jalandhar: Even as the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) took a serious note, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) V K Singh on Tuesday termed the Nabha jail-break incident as an ‘exceptional case’ and said that once elections were announced, all security measures would be in store for free-and-fair elections in Punjab. The CEO said that