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Nomination for Rajasthan Assembly by-polls to begin tomorrow

Nomination for Rajasthan Assembly by-polls to begin tomorrow

19 Aug 2014

Jaipur: The filing of nomination papers by candidates for the four Rajasthan Assembly constituencies going for by-poll on September 13 will begin on Wednesday, an official of Chief Electoral Office said.

Rajasthan Assembly elections,   Rajasthan by-polls,   Chief Electoral Office,   Election Commission,   Govind Sharma,  
Mayawati to test <strong>electoral</strong> fortunes in Haryana, Maharashtra

Mayawati to test electoral fortunes in Haryana, Maharashtra

17 Aug 2014

New Delhi: After failing to open an account in the Lok Sabha elections, Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party is testing waters in Haryana and Maharashtra where Assembly elections are due later this year.

Lok Sabha elections,   Mayawati,   Bahujan Samaj Party,   Haryana Assembly elections,   Maharashtra assembly polls,  
Modi must adopt painful <strong>reforms</strong> to push growth: Chinese daily

Modi must adopt painful reforms to push growth: Chinese daily

18 Aug 2014

Beijing: To maintain high growth rate in India in a sustainable way, Prime Minister Narendra Modi must adopt some painful reforms, such as the removal of wasteful subsidies to free up resources, a public policy expert said.

Narendra Modi,   Jawaharlal Nehru,   Economic power,   Indian economy ,  
Thousands join anti-Occupy rally in Hong Kong as democracy fight heats up

Thousands join anti-Occupy rally in Hong Kong as democracy fight heats up

18 Aug 2014

HONG KONG: Tens of thousands gathered in sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against a pro-democracy campaign that has threatened to shut down the city's financial district, exposing a deepening rift over political reforms in the former British colony.

anti-occupy rally,   Hong Kong,   democracy fight,   protest,   political reforms,   China,   peace,   democracy ,  
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,  
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,  
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,  
Rahul Gandhi should work on <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>: JD(U)

Rahul Gandhi should work on electoral reforms: JD(U)

29 Sep 2013

New Delhi: JD(U) on Saturday asked Rahul Gandhi to rally his party behind electoral reforms if he is "serious" about cleansing politics and said "revolutionarism" should be consistent not temporary.

Rahul Gandhi,   electoral reforms,   Election Commission,   Sharad Yadav,   Narendra Modi,   KC Tyagi said,  
India stresses on capital increase, <strong>reforms</strong> in World Bank

India stresses on capital increase, reforms in World Bank

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has stressed on capital increase and reforms in the World Bank to reflect the new world order and enhance the capacity of global institution to fund poverty alleviation programmes.

World Bank,   Jim Yong Kim,   Arun Jaitley,   Narendra Modi,   Indian economy ,  
Law Commission seeks public opinion on <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>

Law Commission seeks public opinion on electoral reforms

01 Jun 2013

Whether a people's representative should stand disqualified upon conviction in a case, or framing of charges in a court, or as soon as the investigation officer presents his report?

Law Commission,   Electoral reforms,   Public opinion,   Criminals in politics,   Political reforms,  

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