25 Aug 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from the Centre and the Election Commission on a PIL seeking a direction to them to frame of guidelines to ensure that more citizens cast their votes in the polls.
21 Aug 2014
Bhopal: Over 30 percent electorate exercised their franchise on Thursday for the three by-polls in Madhya Pradesh --Bahoriband, Vijayraghogarh and Agar assembly constituencies.
22 Aug 2014
Chandigarh: Bypolls to the Assembly seats of Talwandi Sabo and Patiala, where former Union minister Preneet Kaur is one of the contestants, were held peacefully with around 82.34 and 60 percent polling respectively.
21 Aug 2014
Patna: About 34 percent voting was recorded till 2 PM in the crucial bypolls being held in 10 Assembly seats in Bihar.
18 Aug 2014
Mumbai: Shares of Tata Motors DVR (Differential Voting Rights) jumped nearly 6 percent on Monday amid a media report saying leading bourses BSE and NSE are considering admitting the DVRs on their benchmark indices.
18 Jul 2014
Chennai: Tamil Nadu government on Thursday indicated there would be no change in Tamil being a compulsory language in the syllabus for all school students from Class I to X as mandated by a law.
11 Aug 2014
Ralegan-Siddhi (Maharashtra): Social activist Anna Hazare on Monday asked people to vote for ‘clean candidates’ in the coming assembly elections in Maharashtra to ensure all-round development.
25 Jul 2014
New Delhi: The government does not favour compulsory military training to youths because it could militarize an entire nation, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.
06 Oct 2013
New Delhi: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader LK Advani appeared to be on the same page as Narendra Modi, a rarity since the bitterness which apparently arose between them over the latter being named as PM candidate. The ex-deputy PM has thrown his weight behind the Gujarat Chief Minister's view that there that there should be compulsory voting along with the None-of-the-Above option.
13 Aug 2014
New Delhi: For the first time in 10 years, the Prime Minister voted in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Narendra Modi participated in the voting on the Constitution amendment bill to scrap the collegium system of judicial appointments.