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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,  
<strong>Voting</strong> underway in Bahrain boycotted by Shiite opposition

Voting underway in Bahrain boycotted by Shiite opposition

22 Nov 2014

Manama: Bahrainis went to the polls on Saturday for the first legislative elections since a 2011 uprising, but the vote is being boycotted by the Shiite opposition that led Gulf kingdom's pro-democracy movement.

Bahrain polls,   Shiite protestors,   Gulf Kingdom,   pro-democracy movement,   Bahrainis,   Al-Wefaq,   ,  
Over 65 percent polling recorded in Rajasthan civic polls

Over 65 percent polling recorded in Rajasthan civic polls

22 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Over 65 per cent turnout was today recorded in Rajasthan civic elections, as voting passed off peacefully barring minor clashes including in Bikaner where a BJP candidate was taken ill after he was allegedly forced to drink thinner by rivals at a polling booth.

Voting begins,   46 civic bodies,   Rajasthan,   polling,   voting,   elections,  
<strong>Voting</strong> for 46 civic bodies in Rajasthan tomorrow

Voting for 46 civic bodies in Rajasthan tomorrow

21 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Forty six civic bodies, including six municipal corporations, in Rajasthan will go to polls on Friday, a State Election Commission (RSEC) official said on Friday.

46 civic bodies,   Rajasthan,   Vasundra raje,   BJP,  
Sri Lanka announces 2015 presidential election

Sri Lanka announces 2015 presidential election

20 Nov 2014

Colombo: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Thursday signed the proclamation declaring the presidential election next year, the president's office said.

Sri Lanka,   2015 presidential election,   Rajapaksha,   elections,   voting,   polling,  
I-T department keeps watch on use of black money in Jharkhand polls

I-T department keeps watch on use of black money in Jharkhand polls

18 Nov 2014

Patna: The Income Tax Department is keeping a close watch on the use of black money in Jharkhand Assemnbly polls to be held from November 25 to December 20 next, an official said.

IT department,   black money,   Jharkhand polls,   polling,   elections,   voting,  
Four Ministers, 18 Legislators, Ex-Ministers among 175 in fray for phase 2

Four Ministers, 18 Legislators, Ex-Ministers among 175 in fray for phase 2

18 Nov 2014

Jammu: Four ministers of the Congress-NC coalition government, 16 former ministers and sitting legislators are among the 175 candidates, who are in the fray for 18 Assembly constituencies going to polls in the second phase on December 2 in Jammu and Kashmir.

Four Ministers,   18 Legislators,   Ex-Ministers,   phase 2 elections,   polls,   voting,   polling,   J&K polls,  
Namibia to be Africa's first to use e-<strong>voting</strong>

Namibia to be Africa's first to use e-voting

15 Nov 2014

Windhoek: In a first for Africa, Namibians will cast their ballots electronically in this month's presidential and legislative polls, the election commission said on Saturday.

first for Africa,   Namibians,   cast their ballots electronically,   month's presidential,   legislative polls,   election commission,  
SC asks Centre to make stand clear on allowing NRIs to vote

SC asks Centre to make stand clear on allowing NRIs to vote

14 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to make its stand clear on the Election Commission's proposal for allowing NRIs to cast their votes through proxy voting and e-ballots in polls in India.

Supreme Court,   SC,   Centre,   Election Commission,   NRIs,   Voting,   E-ballots,  
People in preventive detention can't be barred from <strong>voting</strong>: Election Commission

People in preventive detention can't be barred from voting: Election Commission

12 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Amid allegations of misuse of police against political rivals during polls, Election Commission (EC) has said that people under preventive detention have the right to vote and warned against non-compliance of the directive during Jharkhand polls.

preventive detention,   vote,   Election Commission,   polls,   Jharkhand polls,   Jharkhand,   assembly election,   assembly polls,  

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