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<strong>Voting</strong> underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

Voting underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

22 May 2015

Dublin: Polls opened in Ireland on Friday for a historic referendum on allowing same-sex marriage that is backed by all the main political parties but opposed by the Catholic Church.

Ireland political parties,   Ireland voting,   Gay marriage referendum,   same sex marriage,   Catholic church,   Latest world news,  
JD(U) condemns Gujarat govt's move to make <strong>voting</strong> <strong>compulsory</strong>

JD(U) condemns Gujarat govt's move to make voting compulsory

13 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Strongly condemning the Gujarat government's move to make voting compulsory, Janata Dal (United) termed it as "undemocratic and infringement" in the liberty of the citizen.

JD(U),   Gujarat government,   make voting compulsory,   voting,   polling,   elections,  
Online <strong>voting</strong> comes a step closer to reality

Online voting comes a step closer to reality

01 May 2015

London: Even as voters gear up to stand in queue for Britain's upcoming general election this month, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a technique to allow people to vote online even if their home computers are suspected of being infected with viruses.

Online voting,   Britain general elections,   security devices,   University of Birmingham,   personal computers,   vote online ,   Latest world news,  
UK votes as Conservative, Labour in dead heat electoral battle

UK votes as Conservative, Labour in dead heat electoral battle

07 May 2015

London: The UK went to polls on Thursday with incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron's bid for a second term on knife-edge as his ruling Conservative Party was locked in a tense electoral battle with the opposition Labour in the country's closest election in decades.

United Kingdom,   Conservative Party,   Labour Party ,   Electoral Polls,   Prime Minister David Cameron,   Online Voting,   Latest World News ,  
Let people decide on <strong>compulsory</strong> screening of Marathi movies: Anupam Kher

Let people decide on compulsory screening of Marathi movies: Anupam Kher

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi; Veteran actor Anupam Kher on Sunday said the people of Maharashtra should decide whether screening of Marathi movies in the state should be made compulsory.

Marathi movies,   Maharashtra,   Anupam Kher,   BJP,   Devendra fadnavis,   ,  
69 percent <strong>voting</strong> in Bengal civic polls; one killed in violence

69 percent voting in Bengal civic polls; one killed in violence

25 Apr 2015

Kolkata:  Over 69 percent polling was recorded on Saturday in elections to 91 municipalities across West Bengal, which was marred by sporadic incidents of violence that left one dead and several injured including two policemen and a poll official.

Polls,   Shot dead,   Civic bodies,   West Bengal,   Security,   State Election Commissioner,   S R Upadhyay,   TMC,   CPIM,   Congress,   BJP,   Latest States News ,  
 Gujarat's mandatory <strong>voting</strong> law is unconstitutional: Congress

Gujarat's mandatory voting law is unconstitutional: Congress

18 Apr 2015

Ahmedabad: Opposition Congress has written to the Gujarat government-appointed committee that the state law providing for mandatory voting is unconstitutional and unclear, and it should not be enforced.

voting law,   Gujrat government,   unconstitutional law,   Governor O P Kohli,   Gujarat Local Authorities Laws,   Latest states news,   ,  
Shiv Sena calls for revoking <strong>voting</strong> rights of Muslims

Shiv Sena calls for revoking voting rights of Muslims

12 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Stoking a controversy, the Shiv Sena on Sunday demanded that voting rights of Muslims should be revoked as the community has often been used to play vote bank politics.

Maharashtra,   Shiv Sena,   Voting Rights of Muslims,   Vote Bank Politics,   AIMIM,   MP Asaduddin Owaisi,   Uddhav Thackeray,   Latest News,  
Muslims <strong>voting</strong> rights: Uddhav defends Raut on Saamana write-up

Muslims voting rights: Uddhav defends Raut on Saamana write-up

15 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Coming to the defence of party MP Sanjay Raut whose controversial write-up demanding disenfranchisement of Muslims to end vote bank politics drew flak from various quarters, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday sought to know why nobody reacted when MIM's Asaduddin Owaisi spoke of "finishing Hindus".

Sanjay Raut,   Shiv Sena,   Uddhav Thackeray,   MIM,   Asaduddin Owaisi,   Muslims ,  
What about <strong>voting</strong> rights of Kashmiri Pandits ? asks Shiv Sena

What about voting rights of Kashmiri Pandits ? asks Shiv Sena

14 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Even as its demand for disenfranchisement of Muslims community has evoked sharp reactions from political parties, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday sought to know why the issue of voting rights of Kashmiri Pandits has not been raised in the same manner.

Kashmiri Pandits,   Voting Right,   Shiv Sena,   Muslims,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Mufti Mohammed Sayeed,   AIMIM president,   Asaduddin Owaisi,   Sanjay Raut,   Latest State News ,  

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