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Bengal folk dancers promote voting

Bengal folk dancers promote voting

23 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Five groups of Gambhira folk dancers clad in embellished psychedelic costumes and sporting giant masks are generating a buzz about voting in West Bengal's Malda district.

Gambhira folk dancers,   West Bengal,   Malda,   Election Commission's Systematic Voter Education and Electoral Participation,   Lok Sabha polls ,  
No foolproof method to avoid errors in <strong>electoral</strong> rolls, says Election Commission

No foolproof method to avoid errors in electoral rolls, says Election Commission

21 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Problems arising out of deletions in electoral rolls are inevitable as there is no foolproof measure against errors, Chief Electoral Officer Maharashtra Nitin Gadre said in Mumbai on Monday.

Election Commission,   electoral rolls,   Nitin Gadre,   ls polls 2014,   general elections,  
Interesting <strong>electoral</strong> battle in Darjeeling

Interesting electoral battle in Darjeeling

16 Apr 2014

Darjeeling: A proxy war between a chief minister determined to establish her writ and a regional satrap fighting for survival, the presence of high-profile candidates, fast-changing equations and the issue of a separate state have all together made the electoral battle for the Darjeeling Lok Sabha seat very interesting.

Darjeeling,   TMC,   Mamta Bannerjee,   Bimal Gurung,   BJP,   GJM,   Bhaichung Bhutia,  
Barack Obama urges Congress to pass immigration <strong>reforms</strong>

Barack Obama urges Congress to pass immigration reforms

18 Apr 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has urged the Republican leadership of the Congress to pass the comprehensive immigration reform, which he said would improve the national economy and strengthen the security as well.

Barack Obama,   Republican,   US Congress,   US economy,   US immigration reform,  
Candidates can e-file nominations in Lok Sabha polls

Candidates can e-file nominations in Lok Sabha polls

16 Feb 2014

Ranchi: Candidates for the Lok Sabha elections would be able to e-file their nominations and affidavits, in a move aimed to bring about faster dissemination of information about the candidates, Election Commissioner HS Brahma said on Saturday.

Lok Sabha polls,   e-filing of nominations,   Election Commission,   electoral reforms,  
LS polls: Path to <strong>electoral</strong> glory in Amroha no pushover for candidates

LS polls: Path to electoral glory in Amroha no pushover for candidates

16 Apr 2014

Amroha:  The Delhi-Lucknow National Highway-24 meanders through the Amroha Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh.  As you move out of Hapur, you enter into the Garhmukteshwar assembly seat, which is a part of the Amroha constituency. On moving forward you could sense the lack of election-hoopla in the area. Posters, banners and billboards are seen here few and far between.

Lok Sabha,   Amroha,   Gajraula,   BJP,   SP,   BSP,   Modi wave,  
No response from most parties on proposed <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>: Law Commission

No response from most parties on proposed electoral reforms: Law Commission

28 Jan 2014

New Delhi: The Law Commission on Tuesday has lamented over the ‘lukewarm’ response of political parties to its consultation paper, which was floated last year seeking stakeholders' views to enable it recommend reforms in the present electoral laws.

Law Commission,   electoral reforms,   political parties,   political parties in India,   Ajit Prakash Shah,  
Mauritian PM rejects <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong> suggested by UN

Mauritian PM rejects electoral reforms suggested by UN

02 Jan 2014

Port Louis: Mauritian Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam has virtually rejected the electoral system recommended by the UN, and said "reforms must unite, not divide" the people.

UNCHR,   Mauritius,   Navin Ramgoolam,   UN,   UN Commission on Human Rights,  
Rs 8.52 crore cash seized by <strong>electoral</strong> officials in Karnataka

Rs 8.52 crore cash seized by electoral officials in Karnataka

12 Apr 2014

Bellary: Cash amounting to Rs 8.52 crore supposed to be used to woo the voters was seized by officials of district administration, Income Tax Department and Election Commission from a private financier house on Saturday.

District Administration,   Income Tax Department,   Election Commission,  Karnataka,  electoralofficials ,  
G-20 pushes US to ratify IMF <strong>reforms</strong> by yearend

G-20 pushes US to ratify IMF reforms by yearend

12 Apr 2014

Washington: Expressing disappointment at the continued delay over International Monetary Fund's quota and governance reforms that would give emerging economies, including India, a greater voice, the G-20 has given US a yearend deadline to ratify them.

G-20,   G-20 countries,   IMF,   International Monetary Fund,   World economies,   G-20 economies,  

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